Indian clubs get their name from the place from which they came to Europe. The British Expeditionary Force was then in the English crown colony - India. There the officers watching the locals discovered that the clubs they used to build and maintain fiz.sily fighters and warriors. Further success came with clubs in the English army, where spread throughout the Old World and the United States.
Classical Indian maces have a weight of no more than 5-6 kg. While at the peak of its popularity (in the 19th and early 20th century) used mace weighing up to 20 kg. The ease of modern clubs (an average of 0.5 to 2 kg) makes them an ideal tool for the study of the joints, without the risk of injure themselves. And the complexity of passes that can be executed on these clubs contribute to the so-called neuro-training.