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  • Onnit Steel Mace
Onnit's supreme quality Steel Mace is one of the most effective ways to train and condition your whole body while mimicking real world movement. Originally developed by the ancient Persian warrior elite, the Gada (heavy mace) style of training was d...

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Onnit Steel Mace

Onnit's supreme quality Steel Mace is one of the most effective ways to train and condition your whole body while mimicking real world movement. Originally developed by the ancient Persian warrior elite, the Gada (heavy mace) style of training was directly applicable to real world combat and wrestling applications. In modern days the mace quickly gained popularity as a distinct improvement over the well documented sledgehammer / tire training, but the applications go far beyond that important motion.

With an extremely disproportionate weight displacement many normal movements prove quite challenging and beneficial to the myriad stabilizer muscles surrounding our joints and primary power centers. The mace is one of the most effective ways to build core and rotational strength, and is a steel testament to one's desire to take fitness back to its primal roots.

 
Benefits Steel Mace Workouts


Onnit's Steel Mace is comprised of a single piece of welded steel and coated with a chip-resistant black finish. The flat spot on the head allows for simple upright storage, and since it is made of solid steel, it is virtually indestructible.


Steel Mace Instructional Video

Work out: Librarian to Barbarian (Light Mace)

  • Barbarian Squats (20 reps)
  • 10 to 2 (1 Minute)
  • Barbarian Squats (25 Reps)
  • Ballistic Curls (1 Minute)
  • Barbarian Squats (30 Reps)
  • 360 (12 Reps Per Side)

Work out: Hammer Time (Heavy Mace + Tire)

  • Sledge Hammers (30 Seconds Right Side)
  • Grave Diggers (30 Seconds Right Side)
  • Sledge Hammers (30 Seconds Left Side)
  • Grave Diggers (30 Seconds Left Side)
  • Kayak (50 touches)

Repeat x2

 

What size should I get?

Wielding clubs are considerably more challenging than a kettlebell or a dumbell. There is also a very important skill component, so we recommend starting with a lighter weight and moving up. They are particularly useful in pairs, however many lifts can be completed with just a single club.



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