To quickly review, “Indian Clubs” were one of the Four Horsemen of Restorative Art tools during the Golden Era of American Physical Education from 1985-1920. Indian Clubs have been around thousands of years and long before they made their way into American PE and fitness.
Specific to children, smaller “youth-size” clubs were used extensively with former generations. The youth clubs were about 1/2 to 3/4 of a pound each. These clubs had shorter lever length and smaller knobs too making it safer and easier for children to handle. The biggest issue in getting children today to use clubs is there were not any being made light enough or small enough–until now. Revolution Clubs in Texas has just released a new smaller and lighter set of Indian Clubs not only great for children-but also great for adults that might be struggling with a heavier and longer club. Even with my experience level after years of club use, I find these new 3/4 pound clubs optimal for learning my wrist mobility movements. They also work far better with some of my students who have shoulder limitations, so while we can call these “kid clubs,” they can also be good for adults too.
We really want to thank Revolution Clubs for stepping up and making this first run of youth clubs! Our kids really need postural correction tools that are also brain healthy. These new light Indian Clubs can not only deliver amazing restorative benefits for kids (and adults) but also tune up their brains and give them some impressive upper body fitness as well. We encourage folks to support Revolution Clubs and proper PE and fitness for children by ordering a pair of these new clubs-and using them for better health.