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Intro & Techniques for Club Swinging DVD by Richard Maguire

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This DVD is an introduction to light and heavy club swinging. Expert Richard Maguire gives step by step instructions in the ancient exercise art of club swinging. Richard has spent many years researching the history and techniques of this art whose origin is deeply rooted in ancient warfare. You will learn methods of holding, various styles of swinging, and see the proper execution and techniques of rhythmic club swinging. The main lesson is followed by an exercise review, freestyle, and the gada. Bonus "feats of strength" also included.

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  • Intro & Techniques for Club Swinging DVD by Richard Maguire
  • Intro & Techniques for Club Swinging DVD by Richard Maguire
  • Intro & Techniques for Club Swinging DVD by Richard Maguire
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This DVD is an introduction to light and heavy club swinging. Expert Richard Maguire gives step by step instructions in the ancient exercise art of club swinging. Richard has spent many years researching the history and techniques of this art whose origin is deeply rooted in ancient warfare. You will learn methods of holding, various styles of swinging, and see the proper execution and techniques of rhythmic club swinging. The main lesson is followed by an exercise review, freestyle, and the gada. Bonus "feats of strength" also included. 
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SKU BV-12893
Release Date Feb 1, 2008
Other Info N/A
Format DVD-R NTSC
Languages English
Length 60 min.

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