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Clubbell User Guidelines, Maintenance and Safety
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1. Consult your physician before beginning any physical training program, or using any physical training equipment.
2. Minors must be supervised by an adult to use Clubbells.
3. Inappropriate use of Clubbells can cause property damage, personal, or other injury and death. Consult a certified Clubbell trainer for proper use of Clubbells, and study official Clubbell material to refine your Clubbell techniques.
4. Don't use Clubbells near people or animals.
5. Don’t use Clubbells near breakable, fragile property.
6. Only use Clubbells after wiping hands and equipment with dry cloth to remove wetness or oiliness.
7. Only grip Clubbells by the neck, between the ball and body.
8. Only pick up Clubbells from the parked position (sitting on the ground bottom, on the floor). Don't hand Clubbells to another.
9. Use Clubbells only on flat, firm, dry surface.
10. Establish a clear training environment for Clubbells, consisting of your arms length + Clubbells length + a safety zone in 360°.
11. Before using any Clubbell, make sure the screw-on knob is tightly fastened to the handle.
12. Inappropriate use of Clubbells can lead to equipment malfunctions and destruction:
· Don't throw Clubbells
· Don't hit anything with Clubbells
· Don’t drop Clubbells
· When not in use, carefully place Clubbells in appropriate Clubbell racks, or on the floor in
13. Don't use Clubbells with only the strap (without gripping the Clubbell). The Clubbell safety strap only aids the use in the event of accidental slippage.
14. Never use Clubbells longer than your ability to safely and securely hold Clubbells in your grip.
15. Never spin Clubbells so that straps are twisted.
16. Store Clubbells in cool, dry, shaded areas. Adverse weather conditions, including sunlight, rain, snow, ice, and others will adversely affect equipment temperature and grip safety.
17. Get adequate rest, nutrition, hydration, and mental health to use Clubbells.
18. Always issue common sense when using Clubbells.
19. You may choke up on the Clubbell to assist your ability to complete the exercise, but do NOT grab the Clubbell around the edge of the urethane. This may cause your Clubbell to tear on the tapered edge of the urethane. As soon as you strength increases to allow reduced grip, do so. If the close grip is required, this Clubbell may be too heavy for you.
v The Clubbells are coated with a shock-absorbing urethane resin. However injuries can result from inappropriate use. Read and understand all instructions for exercises using Clubbells, before attempting the exercises.
v Never bounce, drop, or throw Clubbells as they can become damaged, or cause injury.
v Use extreme caution when performing exercises that require Clubbells to be lifted, and held above the head, or other parts of the body, or any exercises requiring throwing motions.
v Always use lanyard loop to help insure that Clubbells don’t become dangerous flying projectiles. Slip the lanyard over your wrist before starting your exercise.
v As with any fitness training equipment, improper use of Clubbell can result in injuries to muscles, joints, tendons, or cause death.
v Don't expose to direct sunlight for prolonged period of time
v Don't place on, or near any heat source
v Don't cut urethane coating, or allow Clubbell to hit against any objects
v Wipe perspiration from all surfaces with damp towel.
v Never use solvents, or abrasives to clean the rubber coating or handle.
Clubbell® and Circular Strength Training® are registered trademarks of RMAX.tv Productions. RMAX.tv Productions, its officers and employees, as well as individuals involved in the production of the Clubbells, assume no responsibility for any injury, or damage resulting from the use of the Clubbells.
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