Steel Mace Exercise: Staggered Paddle Swing
September 23, 2014 Updated May 17, 2016
If you are looking to blast your shoulders, lower back, waist, and grip, the Steel Mace Staggered Paddle Swing exercise is for you. Moving the Steel Mace in this motion requires core strength, endurance, strong shoulders, a tight grip, good balance and overall stability. The Steel Mace Staggered Paddle Swing exercise will work your core and upper body, but also will provide a lung-searing challenge to help you build your endurance.
John Wolf is Onnit's Chief Fitness Officer, and an expert in unconventional training methods such as kettlebell, steel club, and suspension training. With 15-plus years of experience in the fitness industry, he has worked with rehab clients and athletes of all levels. He moves like Spider Man and can deadlift more than 500 pounds any day of the week.
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