Train like a warrior with the ancient Indian club, originally used as a weapon and later for an Olympic sport
Broad range of weights to suit all levels of ability: 2kg, 4kg, 6kg, 8kg, 10kg, 12kg, 15kg, and 20kg
Unconventional training with clubbells develops insane levels of functional strength and mobility
Work your shoulders, core, grip-strength, and build full body coordination
Great for prehab and rehab work
Solid steel with matt black powder coating, built to survive the apocalypse!
Backed by the bulletproof Gravity Fitness Lifetime Warranty
No one does unconventional training equipment quite like Gravity, if we do say so ourselves. Our latest addition to the weird and wonderful world of underutilised but utterly badass fitness gear is the Gravity Fitness Indian Clubs AKA Clubbells.
Introduced to the UK in the 19th century, the ancient Indian club was originally used as a weapon and later transcended to being used as an Olympic sport.
The unique functional club design is a fantastic whole-body workout that provides unparalleled levels of adaptability. Adjust intensity easily by simply altering the position of your grip.
Train like a warrior and develop the functional strength and mobility of our ancestors. Fantastic full-body scorcher that’s especially effective for shoulders, core, grip-strength and overall coordination. A great solution for prehab and rehab too.
The rugged solid steel construction is black powder coated and designed to survive the apocalypse. We’re so confident of its robustness that it boasts the Gravity Fitness Lifetime Warranty.
Available in a broad range of weight increments to suit any level and ability: 2kg, 4kg, 6kg, 8kg, 10kg, 12kg, 15kg, and 20kg.
Free UK Mainland shipping No quibble returns policy If you are not 100% satisfied
Delivery – *Dispatched same day if ordered by 2pm GMT UK – Next working day Mainland Europe – 2-4 days Non-Mainland Europe – 4-7 days
Really prompt delivery once ordered, amazing quality..
This thing has got me working muscles I didn't know I had. Will definitely get a heavier one when I'm stronger. Would recommend, especially if you're already in to kettlebells.