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We developed this course to help people get started training with maces and clubs.

It will give enough basics to get started safely in this very rewarding method of training.

For those who want to become certified, this course is a pre-requisite** for the

Mace Fit® Instructor Certification Course.

Right now, it is on sale for only $20

 

**There are 2 exceptions here, one is if you are already certified in another mace or club system or you have been invited personally by the Mace Fit® Coordinator.

 

 

Some say, “I only compete against myself,” and that is cool; however if they don’t keep a training journal they are lying.

How do they know if they are making progress or not?

My current training journal spans over a decade. I know from it what works best for me.

Everyone who trains at the Cave is required to keep a hard copy training journal. That means an old-fashioned notebook and a pen; no one is allowed to use their phone for this.

Each quarter we do nine tests:

  • 5 barbell tests
  • 2 bodyweight tests
  • 1 steel mace test
  • 1 steel club test

Note: We use Adex maces & clubs since they are the  best I have found

Each athlete’s test is individualized based on their training journal.

This strategy has shown continuous improvement, even for our most advanced athletes.

So get your training journal and get serious about making progress!

Our macefit.com class will be at 6pm tonight only.

At 5pm come tune in to “What is Mace Fit?”
Listen to the podcast here

We are psyched to see who  the next group of Certified Mace Fit Level 1 Coaches will be!

Only open-minded, forward-thinking people will see where this type of training is headed. Mace training is gaining popularity very quickly all over the world.

You can be part of the next wave of fitness or you can miss it, it’s up to you.

Action-takers can register now at https://macefit.com/

Still not sure?

Tune into my podcast with John Greaves, “What is Mace Fit?” this coming Tuesday at 5PM Eastern Time

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It is an understatement to say the flood of information (and mis-information) on the Internet is very confusing.

There are some very credible training resources online which are often almost blotted out by hype and faddish nonsense.

Unconventional training is  not exempt from this any more than mainstream fitness.

The general public often falls prey to the flashy and unfounded promises of unscrupulous advertisers. They just know, and often are too lazy to do their “homework” to find the quality coaches & trainers.

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People sometimes group things together in an attempt to  simplify things.

Take for example  mace training.

Is mace flow like a mace completion at the Vintage Strength Games?

No, not at all. The only similarity is that they both use maces

It is important for people to know what they would like to learn and why.

Here’s another example.

Is a mace certification the same thing as a  macefit.com certification?

Once again, the answer is no.

A mace certification teaches the mace.

Macefit teaches a broader spectrum of training using different types of equipment.

Read more here