Posts Tagged ‘mace & club workouts’

Many people say that want change, but few are willing to change themselves.

Usually people want changes in the laws or the culture. It is common for people to want those things, because those things involve other people changing, not themselves.

People fear change–

  • change involves being uncomfortable
  • change may cause others to mock you
  • change is solitary and few people can stand alone
  • change might involve loss
  • change requires your thinking for yourself
  • change requires discipline
  • change doesn’t happen overnight
  • change isn’t easy

However, rewards often follow the risk.

For example, when my buddy Don Giafardino drove several hours to come to the Cave and do an introductory Adex mace & club workshop for free he was taking sizeable risk.

 

There was no guarantee things would go well or be productive.

His efforts planted “the seed” for the development of our Mace Fit program.

He took a chance on us, and we are thankful he did!

The Mace Fit movement is growing daily

I am glad Donnie wasn’t afraid to take the risk.

All military personnel with a valid ID card will get our special “2 for 1 buddy discount”

at our upcoming Mace Fit certification in Clayton, NC.

Come and learn steel mace and club training, one of the oldest forms of training for ancient warriors &  grapplers.

Here are the details

We are adding a brand new feature to our training options:

Get a Mace Fit Pass for only $80/month and be part of the hottest new wave in fitness!

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Our athletes use steel clubs and maces just about every day. Our program uses both.

Sometimes in our macefit.com classes and other times as a warm up for barbell training like you see here.

Don’t limit your thinking! Adding macefit.com to your existing training program can improve your performance overall.

 

You will find maces in all kinds of places! This type of training is growing like wildfire all around the globe!

You can learn this too, click here for our training schedule. (classes are $15)

 

Most people train only in linear movements, but life doesn’t always move in a straight line.

Being Mace Fit means you have better mobility,  coordination, midline stability, rhythm, strength, and endurance in all planes of movement.

Mace Fit is a name I use to cover all our centrifugal strength training with maces or clubs. It’s just easier to remember.

Are you Mace Fit?

Mace & club training is spreading like wildfire!

Take a class during your lunch break!