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I am opening a new facility that will feature between 10-15 heavy bags in one of our studios. We serve an audience age 25-40 that will be mostly male and range in fitness experience from beginner to advanced; they are all affluent with a high expectation for quality. What brand of bags are the best? What weight range of bags do you recommend so we can cater to our audience? Thank you!  
by: Kevin
3/16/2012 6:02:57 PM
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Congrats Kevin on the upcoming opening of your facility! Given your epxected demographic, I would crate a bag range between 60-100lbs. The 60lb bags will be perfect for beginners or older gentlemen who have experienced previous injuries in their life and need to start off easy. The 100lb bags will be perfect for the natural athletes and experienced hitters.

As for specific brands, check out some of the following:
* For 50-70lb bags - bx-hv-52. Proven name in the industry that has great interior that won't hurt users.
* For 100lb bag - bx-hv-154. The fairtex is extra strong, extra wide, extra everything.
* accent bag - bx-hv-2005. You may have some members who want to try kickboxing, and this bag is perfect. You'll want at least one full body bag in the gym, and this Twins bag is made to Thailand specifications (Thailand being the home of Muay Thai kickboxing and very stringent on their designs).

I'd also like to point you to http://www.zengu.com, our wholesale website. Since you'll be becoming a studio owner, you may be able to save some money on some of your purchases (it also makes routine purchases for studio odds and ends easier).
by: TMArtist     
3/19/2012 11:29:35 AM
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