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Double End Bag Replacement Bladder

Double End Bag Replacement Bladder

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Professional Gear, for the Professional Athlete
  • Fits most types of round double end bags
  • Durable design to get you back up and running
  • Inexpensive and a great alternative buying brand new bags

Most double ended bags can take a good beating, but even the hardiest equipment needs repair after awhile. This replacement bladder will help keep your double ended bag up and running for years to come.

Fits: DEB, DEB-1, DEB-2, DDEB, and DDEB-1

sku: #bx-ba-506

Yes! Silent Ciel/Flr Swivels

Are there any kind of 2EBB, Ciel/Flr swivels, cushioned (or insulated) for preventing (or minimizing) sound vibrations from carrying through either the floor or cieling, its installed upon?   
by: kdelgado   
3/27/2010 9:46:10 PM
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sorry this is our only replacement brand at the moment. Check back as we are constantly trying to improve our inventory.
by: TMArtist     
4/1/2010 12:12:21 AM
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Better than stock

excellent durability at least 2X as tough as the stock one that came in my double end bag. Dont think i will have to worry about replacing it any time soon thick rubber construction feels like it was meant to take a pounding.  
by: dom   
3/5/2010 5:16:13 PM
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Striking Bags Expert FAQs
  1. Why should I add striking bags to my training routine?

    Striking bags are an excellent way to increase your boxing skills. While heavy bags and sparring are both critical components of practice, striking bags provide unrivaled dynamics and ability to train speed and agility, even when there are no coaches or partners around.
    The great thing about striking bags is the wide variety they come in. If you want to train your bobbing and weaving skills you can buy a reaction ball or double ended bag. If you wish to integrate partner training you can get thai blocking pads or body shields. The variety is vast, and keeping your body guessing is one of the most effective ways to make noticeable improvements.

  3. How do I use a double ended bag?

    Double ended bags are often cited as one of the most fun ways to train. When used properly the double ended bag is a bobbing, gyrating, and swinging device that will keep you mobile.
    To use a double ended bag properly, first make sure you have it secured properly. To do this, purchase a bag stand that contains hooks both on the top and bottom. You can also get a padded anchor weight that can be placed under any normal heavy bag stand and thus transform it into a double bag stand. You can also drill hooks directly into your floor.
    Be certain that your rubber connector bands are in good condition and are not fraying or brittle. As you begin your striking regiment, go slowly until you are familiar with the way the bag reacts. From there, have fun and don't get tagged!

  5. How do I use a reaction ball?

    Reaction balls are slightly less well known than the other bags (like speed bags), but just as useful. The great thing about reaction balls is the speed they possess. When struck properly they almost go faster than the eye can see, causing you to naturally focus to your highest capacity.
    Reaction balls, much like double ended bags, are attached both at the top and bottom of a mount or hanger. It is important that your latches are in good condition and that the rubber bands are not frayed or brittle. Safety is paramount with bags that go this fast.
    Start out training the reaction ball slowly so you can see how it swings and rebounds. Build up your speed and do your best not to swing wildly. The less misses the better.

  7. How do I use Thai blocking pads?

    Thai boxing pads are a staple for anyone looking to get into kickboxing and MMA. Kickboxers need extra thick pads to handle the penetrating knees, elbows, and kicks of their sport. Little is worn in the way of personal protection, so these pads help keep the practitioner and the trainer safe.
    For traditional boxers, thai pads can be an interesting substitute for punching mitts. The extended surface allows you to get creative with striking combinations and will certainly protect your trainer fduring workouts.

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