Onnit Steel Clubs

Made from a machined piece of steel.

Onnit Steel Clubs

Onnit Steel Clubs

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Made From a Machined Piece of Steel

Onnit's supreme quality 100% Steel Clubs are an excellent tool to enhance your primal fitness. Originally developed in ancient Persia as a means for conditioning soldiers and wrestlers, heavy clubs are particularly valuable for grip strength, shoulder work, and rotational core power.

With a variety of movements and infinite possibilities, Steel Clubs can be used to train all aspects of fitness, including strength, conditioning, and balance. They are also an excellent addition to more traditional methodologies like barbell training, allowing you to enhance your functional capabilities through full body exercises.

Onnit's Steel Clubs are unique in that they are made of a machined piece of steel, powder coated with a chip resistant matte finish. Steel is a heavier, more dense metal than iron and is highly resistant to rust and denting. The powder coated matte finish is very chip-resistant, and offers the right balance of glide and traction for gripping clubs deep into work sets. Our unique steel clubs are the most economically viable, impeccable quality heavy clubs on the market today.

How will Steel Clubs enhance my training?

Rehab/Prehab: Light Steel Clubs (5-10lbs) are particularly valuable in rehabbing joints, tendons, and small muscles, as well as preparing them for further intense workouts. The constant balancing of the weight will help your stabilizing muscles develop, helping to protect and strengthen key areas.

Grip Strength: The weight displacement on the heavy Steel Clubs (15-45lbs) greatly enhances forearm and grip strength. The position of your grip on the club will enhance your ability to grasp an opponent's arm or gi in martial art competition.

Balancing One Sided Athletics: Tennis, Golf, Baseball, Volleyball, Basketball all require the use of one side of your body to a greater extent than the other. Clubs are an ideal way to help balance out the body by introducing similar motions to serving/swinging/shooting/throwing with your non-dominant hand.

Rotational Core Power: Very few training implements offer rotational training the way that Steel Clubs can. By using the dozens of transverse plane movements offered with Steel Club training, your rotational power will increase dramatically.

Real World Strength: How many times do you find yourself needing to press three hundred pounds in a straight line off of your chest? Not very often. In the real world strength counts in your shoulders, core, and forearms,as well as with dynamic full body movements which inspired the ancient Persian wrestler and warrior elite to develop club and mace training.

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What size should I get?

Wielding Steel clubs are considerably more challenging than a kettlebell or a dumbbell. There is also a very important skill component, so we recommend starting with a lighter weight and moving up. They are particularly useful in pairs, however many lifts can be completed with just a single club.

Another important consideration is the purpose of your training and your current ability level. If you want to use Steel Clubs for recovery and mobility work, you’ll need lighter weights (5-10lbs). Conversely, if you are somewhat proficient in the training method and want to work strength and conditioning, need one or two moderate weights (15-25lbs). If you are advanced and want to use technically difficult two hand drills, a single heavy weight (35-45lbs).

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Get Certified

Steel clubs are one of the primary tools we use at the Onnit Academy and are featured in both our Foundations Course as well as the Steel Clubs Course. Each of these two-day seminars are designed to meet the needs of fitness professionals while still being accessible for average fitness enthusiasts.

Learn how to get the most out of steel clubs as part of an optimized training program, click on the icons below to learn more about each course:

Onnit Steel Clubs is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 115.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Steel clubs 10 lbs Well made. Fun to use. Good workout. Ordered a 5 lb pair for my wife.
Date published: 2020-07-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great piece of equipment! Solid steel cast. Will last a lifetime. I have the 15lb and handle definitely long enough to facilitate a two hand hold with room to spare. Whole different feel than a kettlebell and offers different movement options. Definitely addresses the "3T's" which are Torsion, Traction and Tri-planar movement. Can work the entire body and is 100% core training with every exercise.
Date published: 2020-06-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid product. Literally. Love my clubs and the videos. Just wish they weren’t so expensive!
Date published: 2020-06-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Must buy for functional fitness. Love this club. I purchased it to go along with the original one I bought a few years back to make a pair. It's the exact same model and I use them both daily. Great tool.
Date published: 2020-06-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great club Great tool for a different workout! High quality, it just took such a long time to get one based on demand.
Date published: 2020-06-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome product awesome people Great product; great quality; great company. I absolutely adore Onnit. They messed up one of my items and went completely out of their way to make it right, I truly appreciate them
Date published: 2020-06-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love Them! Was looking for equipment to use at home during COVID and came across the Steel Clubs. I have never used them before and figured I'd give them a try and am I glad I did. They have become my most used equipment in my home gym. So much so that I just added a few more pair of different weights during the recent promotion.
Date published: 2020-05-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Surprisingly challenging! I'm a 65 year old man living and working as a RN in south Florida who thinks of himself as being a moderate life-long exercise enthusiast and I'm always looking for that odd or unusual way to exercise. The steel club fits the bill for me. I have the 10 lb and will purchase the 5 lb set when it is available. I would recommend going lower on the weight at first. You will be surprised at the feel and balance of the weight.
Date published: 2020-05-24
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