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Indian club

a bottle-shaped club, usually used in pairs by gymnasts, jugglers, etc.
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Unlike typical weight training implements, Indian Clubs are relatively light, usually between one and five pounds.
While the new material has some benefits (mainly that it won't chip), wooden Indian Clubs have the natural feel that the ancient training method requires (argue some).
8220;We believe that the wooden Indian Clubs will give our customers and readers a more authentic training experience,” stated Mark de Grasse.
The launch was done by Indian Club president PK Paul along with general secretary KM Cherian in the presence of BFC representative Satyan, chief coordinator TV Varghese, and coordinators Junith C, Hari Unnithan, and Jayshree Nair.
The function will be held at the Sanskar Hall of the Indian Club, Gudaibiya.
CCIA chairman John Iype will deliver the presidential address followed by speeches by Dr Al Alawi, Dr Joseph, Indian Club president Mohan Jossaih and other dignitaries.
Indian Club general secretary Ulhas Karnavar will be the master of ceremony, while CCIA vice-chairman R Ratnakumar will propose the vote of thanks.

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