FLOWMACE 2kg and 2.4kg oak

£64.17£78.33

Solid red oak training mace with grooved handle. These light maces have range of uses. They are perfect for maceflow routines as well as warm-up and recovery workouts and learning moves before moving onto heavier weights. Both head and handle are made from red oak.
Choice of weight from 2.1kg (4.5lbs), 2.4kg (5.3 lbs) or 2.5kg (5.5 lbs) – all with a length of 1.1m.

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Description

Mace training is a rediscovered staple of strongman and combat sports training throughout the world. This excellent full body exercise, has been a warrior conditioning tool for thousands of years – inherited by the Kushti Wrestlers of Indian, Pakistan and Persia. Known as a gada in the Indian subcontinent and the main weapon of the Hindu god Hanuman – renowned for his incredible strength.

If you need a more challenging gada, take a look at our 4kg mahogany gada or adjustable 8-12kg mahogany wood gada. The latter has a chamber for adding lead shot to reach the heavier weight. Also the screw-in handle can be used on its own as a 2.5kg warm-up mace!

Maceflow is a modern fusion of fluid movement with the addition of light mace techniques.

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Weight N/A
Dimensions 120 × 15 × 15 cm
Gada/mace

Gada/mace

Mace Weight

2kg (4.5lbs), 2.4kg (5.3 lbs), 2.5kg (5.5 lbs)

Reviews

  1. Steve

    I got the heavier (2.4 kg) version of this mace, and it’s become one of my favorite tools. It works for learning traditional gada swings, but the lighter weight and different weight distribution (more weight in the handle, not all concentrated in the head) lends it better to maceflow. I’m currently using it to work through the Flowing Dutchman’s “Mace Masterclass” for steel mace (at DutchFlowAcademy.com). It’s longer than a standard steel mace, but still works for most of the moves. And the oak is just so much prettier than steel!

  2. Christian

    This is a well balanced mace with a thick and long handle. The weight is not as concentrated in the head like in the bamboo maces (I have a 1.3 and a 3.5 bamboo mace, too), but the handle is much longer. This results in a slightly different, but very good swing feeling.
    The handle diameter is similar to the diameters of steel maces. It has enough grip, and the ball at the lower end gives orientation when changing hands and prevents loosing the mace effectively.
    I also had the chance to test the lighter oak version. The lighter one feels rather close to the lightweight bamboo mace, this one is a step up.

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