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Bulava impuls

Complexity: Easy
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Be sure to include this exercise in your arsenal.

Bulava (Clubbell), this is not always the only primaries exercises. Butting clubbells seriously loaded shoulders, taught include job torso and legs.

Mace give this exercise a very different tone compared to the dumbbell version. There is significantly different load on the forearm. And due to the increased amplitude (note the movement goes from the waist) load turns more intense.

I recommend to carry out this exercise for males weighing about 80 kg, with clubs weighing 2-4 kg each. It is better to do exercise at the time. Mode: 1 minute poking, 20 seconds rest, and so five times - the most it is for the average athlete.

Here in Russia we often use schema 5x20.

Purpose: Endurance Warm-up
Most useful for: For fighters

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  • Bodyweight
  • Kettlebell
  • Clubbell/Bulava

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