- Outdoor punchbag suggestions…
Get a water bag, they’re brilliant. This one in fact.Posted 1 month ago
Water bag not so good for kicking tho eh?
Standard long cylinder variety are really good for kick, shin, knee work.
Are those waterbags UV stabilized? Can’t see anything about it in the blurb….
No idea. They are very thick though due to the whole punchy punch thing.Posted 1 month ago
No idea. They are very thick though due to the whole punchy punch thing
It won’t matter how thick they are if they go crispy in the sun and leave you with an expensive puddle.
Think DrP lives in the UK so anything going crispy in the sun isn’t going to be an issue. Are they waterproof would be more apt.
Pics of your mad fighting skillz in action will be needed DrP.Posted 1 month agomoomanMember
They have the 21” and 15” water bags in gym I train at. The 21” is too heavy for me; I am 160lb.
The 15” bag is much better to work out on. The size is just better imo.
They are a nice addition to use, but not a bag to really work out on, simply because you don’t throw proper body punches on it.
And the rubber outside would perish fairly quick too I’d guess … and they very slippery when wet!
I’d suggest just go to your local amateur boxing gym. Mines open 3 times a week – I pay £3 a week.
Outdoor bags need a big hanger to ensure bag is hanging well away from wall to give you space to move around plus not rub against wall.Posted 1 month ago
So i think in my haste I ordered TOO heavyweight a bag!!!
I’ll send the 190lb one back (as I too only weigh 160lb) and I’ve ordered the 18” one instead… At 120lb it’ll be better for me…
Plus had a code for 10% off at “made for fighters.co.uk”…
Bit of a pain having to send the bigger one back, but hey ho!!
DrPPosted 1 month ago
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