Indian Club Radial Deviation Wrist Strength Exercise

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Author: Nick Ortego is the owner of N 2 Action, a wellness studio in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, offering personal training, health coaching, yoga, and assisted stretching.
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Hey Nick Ortego here. I’m gonna show
you how to use these Indian clubs to
work the forearms. It’s a mostly
overlooked movement pattern. That
movement pattern is when you bring your
thumb side of your hand up towards the
forearm bone. It’s this movement and
that’s called radial deviation. The
way that you do this is to grab the Indian
clubs. The best way to grab it is pinky
fingers halfway on the little knob on the
end of the Indian Club. Then have
your arms kind of slightly in front of
your body. Pull the end of the Club
up and let it down from there. I can also
The faster I go the more momentum I’m
gonna have to reverse so this is one of
those exercise where it actually gets
harder to do it faster. I recommend doing
about 20 reps or so or set a timer
trying to keep going for a minute for
more endurance. Give that a try. If you’ve
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