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Great Gama War Club: Shot Loading

CKCLUB8

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The Gama War Club, which was developed in conjunction with World-Renowned combat expert Matt Furey, can be used for a variety of traditional club swinging exercises.
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  • Mace: Custom Thick Handled Gama Club

One of the

lost secrets...

Heavy Club swinging has been the secret training technique of the fearsome Indian Wrestlers for centuries.

The Great Gama, the most famous of these wrestlers, built himself into 260 pounds of solid muscle at a height of 5'7".
The Great Gama knew that to be a successful combat athlete you must have a strong midsection and a powerful grip. Since he retired undefeated after over 5000 matches, the Great Gama obviously knew how to get strong.

Now the power of the Great Gama can be yours.

The Gama War Club, which was developed in conjunction with World-Renowned combat expert Matt Furey, can be used for a variety of traditional club swinging exercises as well as new exercises that our strength training street team has discovered. Adding these exercises to your routine wil develop a vice-like grip, and turn your waist into an iron column in no time flat.

Whether you are a football player, martial artist or other type of combat athlete, practicing with the Gama Club will help you develop the upper-body violence to annihilate your competition.

This unique thick-handled club is shot loaded at both ends giving it a feel like no other implement.

Take a look at our Rogue's gallery for new training shots

For more info on the Great Gama and his training routines check out Matt Furey's Gama Fitness Course

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