This set of four (4) macebells, now available online and in store from D8 Fitness, provides a more efficient workout and superior core training. These macebells are great tools for adding variety to your training routine. Use them for every type of exercise, from strength training and cross fit to combat training. You can also use it to train specific muscle groups, both large and small.
- Available in 4kg, 6kg, 8kg and 10kg weights
- Handles – 95cm
What is a Macebell?
The heavy mace originated in India. A blunt spherical head is weighted and mounted on a shaft to create this “war club” that is still used today in modern Hindu physical culture. The shaft is traditionally made of either wood or metal. The weight and length of the mace club used depends on the strength level and skill level of the exerciser. When used for physical fitness, the exerciser swings the macebell behind the back, around the head, and overhead in several different ways. These movements tax the upper body, building overall strength and endurance as well as improving grip strength.
Start Building “Medieval Muscle”
The Mace Bell is a safer, more versatile alternative to a traditional sledge hammer. Use it to perform tire slams and other sledgehammer cross-training exercises. The rounded and weighted head protects against dangerous rebound. It also prevents the handle from twisting if impacted at an odd angle. The all-steel construction is virtually indestructible, so you won’t have to worry about broken handles. Use them for improved tire workouts as well as rotational movement training, shoulder presses, and other core training exercises.
Using a power mace mimicks real world movements. As a result, you can train more effectively and condition your entire body. Use a macebell for paddle swings, gravediggers, tire slams, jousts, kayaks, paddle boarding, overhead presses, pendulum swings, overhead squats, barbarian squats, 360 swings, around the head swings, ballistic hand to hand transfers, and many more functional training exercises. Simulate combat movements, wrestling movements and grappling movements. Develop speed and rotational power as well as muscular endurance, grip strength, increased lung capacity, dexterity and control.