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It's your body and your mind

WHY WAVE CHI CLUBS

WHY TRY INDIAN CLUB SWINGING?

There is a myriad of benefits attributed to Indian club swinging. That is perhaps the reason why it was so popular back in the old times. In the first place, it is a relaxing, fun sort of exercise, not too strenuous, and sometimes compared to yoga, tai chi, or dance moves. The clubs are also claimed to enhance balance and posture. Club swinging enhances joint mobility and bilateral coordination like few other forms of exercise. 

Most importantly, it improves shoulder, elbow, and wrist strength with fluid, full-range motions and helps prevent injuries. The shoulder, in particular, is the most mobile joint in the body and consequently the most susceptible to injuries, and the clubs are an excellent tool for shoulder rehabilitation.

MAJOR BENEFITS

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INCREASE SHOULDER MOBILITY

Shoulder problems? Our system specifically addresses it! Low-intensity exercise that will take you a couple of minutes a day will improve and might even eradicate the source of your pain. Club swinging has a proven track record of injury prevention, rehabilitation, and fixing shoulder issues via decompression and lubrication of the shoulder joints.

IMPROVE SPORTS PERFORMANCE

Shoulder strength and flexibility is perhaps the biggest benefit of Indian club training. The training ensures you work your shoulders using their full range of motion, thus providing more complete shoulder strength and flexibility. If you’re involved in any sport that requires strong, flexible shoulders and great coordination like golf, swimming, paddling, baseball, martial arts, and tennis, you’ll benefit from Indian club training. 

INCREASE BRAIN FUNCTION (FOCUS, CONCENTRATION)

Wave Chi club swinging is not your ordinary clubbing. It's a slow-motion exercise that might also enhance your brainpower. Indian club swinging may cause areas in your brain to grow, enhance connections, better concentration, and increase learning by causing a new way of thinking. Every move has an opposite or opposing move, increasing your neuroplasticity - the brain's ability to change, adapt, and even rewire.

DEVELOP AMBIDEXTERITY

As an ambidextrous activity, Indian club swinging forces a person to use both hands, thereby exercising both hemispheres of the brain and improving connections in the corpus callosum - the bundle of nerves between the two brain hemispheres that allows each side to know what the other side is doing.

INCREASE NEUROMUSCULAR EFFICIENCY (HAND-EYE COORDINATION)

Training your eyes is crucial for many athletes and people with certain health conditions, like Parkinson's disease. In the simplest terms, hand-eye coordination is the ability to process information received through the eyes into proper responsive movements of the hands. With Indian club training, you can reduce your body's response time to a fraction of a second, which will improve your game. 

IMPROVE POSTURE

The clubs are also claimed to enhance posture by working the back and shoulder muscles. Especially effective is our slow-motion heart shape frontal plane exercise, which opens up the chest and shoulders and strengthens the back. Performing 50 heart shape exercises every day for 30 days develops the muscle memory necessary for posture correction. And it only takes a few minutes a day!

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There is a myriad of benefits attributed to Indian club swinging. That is perhaps the reason why it was so popular back in the old times. In the first place, it is a relaxing, fun sort of exercise, not too strenuous, and sometimes compared to yoga, tai chi, or dance moves. The clubs are also claimed to enhance balance and posture. Club swinging enhances joint mobility and bilateral coordination like few other forms of exercise. 

Most importantly, it improves shoulder, elbow, and wrist strength with fluid, full-range motions and helps prevent injuries. The shoulder, in particular, is the most mobile joint in the body and consequently the most susceptible to injuries, and the clubs are an excellent tool for shoulder rehabilitation.

Here are some main benefits you can expect from Indian club swinging exercises.