Steel Club Arnie Press

Steel Club Arnie Press

Overview You might be familiar with this exercise using dumbbells. The Steel Club Arnie Press is a perfect example of how you can take a familiar exercise and make it a whole lot tougher using the uneven weight distribution of the club. It’s a lot more challenging than it looks, choke up (grip the club…

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Steel Club Barbarian Squat

Steel Club Barbarian Squat

Overview The steel club barbarian squat is a fantastic upper/lower body and core exercise. Be sure to have full control of the club throughout the movement and choke up if needed.  Teaching Points Stand with your feet shoulder width apart. Keep your core and glutes braced tight throughout the movement. Grip the club by the…

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Steel Club Swipes

Steel Club Swipes

Overview I like to do steel club swipes for high reps towards the end of my workout for metabolic conditioning. It combines the swing with the arm cast so hits a lot of muscles all at once. Teaching Points From the park position swing the clubs past the legs. Keep your chest up proud, your…

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Steel Club Flag Press

Steel Club Flag Press

Overview Pressing an unstable object like the clubbell far away from the body makes the steel club flag press a very challenging core exercise. Teaching Points Keep your core braced and quads and glutes tight throughout the movement. Ensure your shoulders stay packed down. Grip the club with your hands close to your naval. Activate…

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Steel Club Swing Squat

Steel Club Swing Squat

Overview Very similar to the swing except you’ll immediately drop into a squat at the top of the upswing. The steel club swing squat is an excellent leg builder with the hip hinge hitting the hip dominant muscles and the squat hitting the quad dominant muscles. Teaching Points Stand with your feet slightly wider than…

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Steel Club Two Handed Swing

Steel Club Two Handed Swing

Overview Similar to the kettlebell swing, the steel club swing can be used as a transitional exercise used within a complex or flow, or for strengthening the posterior chain. Teaching Points Stand with your feet slightly wider than shoulder width apart. Keep your spine neutral throughout the movement. Grip the neck with two hands close…

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