Traditional Steel Mace

Today's steel mace training

Let’s face it, in today’s modern world we are not training to be warriors, even the days of high school wrestling and combat sports are over for most of us.  However, wielding a steel mace can offer us a truly unique opportunity to train our minds, bodies and spirit like the ancient warriors did.  Most of us are looking for better balance, core strength and functional fitness.  Training with the steel mace offers all of these and much more in a fun and engaging form of exercise with minimal impact on your organs and joints.  
Learn more about how to balance, strengthen, and heal your body with the steel mace below.

benefits of steel mace training

  • Increase joint mobility
  • Develops core stability and strength 
  • Develops shoulder girdle efficiency and stability
  • Increases and develops coordination
  • Strengthens the posterior chain
  • Improves elbow and wrist flexibility
  • Improves burst/rest cardiovascular conditioning
  • Enhances range of motion
  • Efficient movement patterning
  • Enhances neural coordination
  • Increases grip strength

Who can use the steel mace?

The steel mace can be used by anyone with the proper training and supervision.  Once you have learned the basic safety protocols of using the mace you will be able to use it in a variety of different workouts depending on your strength and comfort level.  
The steel mace can be a great tool for anyone, but especially for individuals returning to exercise from an injury – post rehab, increasing core stability, overall balance and weight loss.

Traditional Steel Mace Training

There are two main exercises that are considered to be Traditional Steel Mace Training.  These two exercises are the 360 and 10 and 2.

360

10 and 2