Set For Set Steel Mace

Mar 21, 2017

Category: Gear

In the 13th century, the steel mace was used as a deadly weapon by warriors throughout the Middle East and parts of Asia. And while its use in warfare has certainly come and gone, the physical benefits of using such a tool for training and exercise purposes can still be garnered today. Especially if you pick up this one from Set For Set.

Based on the ancient weapon, Set For Set’s Steel Mace is hand-sculpted from 100% steel and black matte powder coated – making it both of high quality and nearly indestructible through normal usage. It also comes in two sizes: 15 and 20 pounds. But, before you scoff at the light weight, understand that proper movements with this steel mace – such as the 10 to 2, 360 Swing, Gravedigger, and Barbarian Squat – are plenty difficult for even the strongest people and can be made even harder with altered hand placement. This full body conditioning tool retails starting at just $50. [Purchase]

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