Exercise 1: Single Arm Pike
Exercise 2: Wrist Rolls
Exercise 3: Single Arm Pendulum
Exercise 4: Forward Extensions
Exercise 5: Grip The Head
Exercise 6: Offset Hold
Exercise 7: Front Switch
The offset weight of The Steel Mace puts a lot of work on your hands, wrists, and forearms as you must fight to counterbalance it. This uneven weight displacement amplifies the difficulty of gripping the mace during typical movements. Your grip will be tested when performing almost every steel mace exercise.
Other steel mace exercises great for grip training:
Altering the difficulty of the steel mace
A wider grip on the handle will make it easier to perform most steel mace exercises.
With one hand close to the mace-head and the other hand close to the end of the handle, the movements/exercises are easier because it counterbalances the uneven weight distribution.
By gripping towards the end of the metal rod with BOTH hands closer together you will make exercises considerably more difficult, requiring more control and overall strength, as the uneven allocation of the mace’s weight will remain off balance.
The ability to change the difficulty of a movement by simply altering your hand placement makes the Steel Mace an extremely dynamic and versatile training tool.
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