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70lb Powerhide Heavy Bag

70lb. Powerhide Heavy Bag

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Professional Gear, for the Professional Athlete
  • 70lb weight that provides resistance and feedback
  • Powerhide construction for reliable durability
  • Perfect for gyms, martial art studios, or the home
  • 1" closed cell liner for comfort and safety
  • 14" x 42" bag measurements
  • Chain and swivel included
It's incredible durability will make the Powerhide Heavy Bag one of the most used pieces of equipment in your gym. The resilient Powerhide covering ensures an attractive, well shaped bag that will consistently come back for more. A Ringside exclusive 1" closed cell foam liner is included in all of our filled bags to help eliminate hand injuries. Bag weighs 65 - 70lbs. and measures 14" x 42". A Heavy Bag Chain and Swivel are included.

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Great Bag!

Had this bag for about a month now. It's a nice additional to my home backyard work out gym. The outside material feels like it will last you years to come. The stuffing is not too soft and not too firm, and feels like it will not sag for a long time. No rub is require to keep the bag from cracking. I would recommend anyone getting this bag. For $100 it can't get any better. And it can't get any better than $2.95 for shipping this huge and heavy bag.  
by: Ricky
3/26/2011 2:00:25 PM
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Another Question-Sorry :)

I just purchased this due to its good reviews & was wondering what the outer material was? All I could find is that its a "Powerhide" material. What does this feel like? Leather, Vinyl,etc? Is it rough on your hands?  
by: AJ151
3/20/2011 1:32:21 PM
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No worries AJ, ask as many as you want! Powerhide is most similar to leather. That means it would be ok for your hands, unlike canvas which can be tough.
by: TMArtist     
3/21/2011 3:05:57 PM
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15/151 Pounds/Body Builder

Hello Guys,
I am 15 years old turning 16, weigh in at 151 pounds 11% body fat, and a Body Builder and was wondering weather a 70lb bag would do we justice. Also, what's the highest quality bag I can get for around the 80-100 dollar price range. I am mostly concerned about quality and bags that will sag.   
by: AJ151
2/18/2011 10:50:14 PM
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Hey AJ. Even though you're clearly in good shape, if you don't have a lot of boxing experience it's a good idea not to get a heavy bag that's TOO heavy. Therefore, 70 lbs is probably a decent choice.

Also, at this price point, the bag here is among the best you can get in regards to durability and sag prevention.
by: TMArtist     
2/21/2011 2:02:39 PM
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by: danny
9/8/2010 8:27:17 AM
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at 58 years old this bag keeps me young as well as i am able to retain many of the skills i used years ago fighting if someone wants cardio work this bag i hit it very hard for 4 out of the 10 5 minute rounds i do after 2 years it has still retained good shape it hasn't sunk the top is still hard and its still pretty even in its shape its also not a soft bag its hard which is good training for the real thing and learning to hit a bag hard without breaking your wrist. i teach all my guys on it. great for learning to throw a good hard jab as you are hitting something thats retained its hardness at the top as well as the bottom i swear by it
by: danny
9/8/2010 8:37:12 AM
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Punching Bags Expert FAQs
     
  1. What weight heavy bag should I get?

    70lb-90lb bags are the most commonly purchased bags and are appropriate for adults in the 140-170lb weight range. These bags often provide the right blend of resistance and give.
    For individuals who are 170+lbs or who have developed significantly increased punching power, you may want to shop for 100+lb bags.
    Lighter bags in the 25lb-60lb range are great for children or smaller adults who are just starting out in their training regiment.
    When deciding what weight to get, keep in mind that getting a bag that is a bit lighter will increase the sway and motion during your training. This can be beneficial if you are looking to improve your footwork and reactions. Heavier bags have a tendency to stay in place and are better for developing penetration power.

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  3. How do I hang up my heavy bag?

    You will have two main options for hanging up your heavy bag - installing it into your ceiling or purchasing a mobile stand.
    Many people who have garages or finished basements choose to install the bag directly into a support beam in their ceiling. To do this they either purchase a simple holder or attachment which can be securely fastened to the beam. This method is inexpensive, but it can also be troublesome due to the noise heavy bag training makes. If the beam the bag is attached to connects with the rest of the house, it might cause vibration and noise when struck.

    The second option is purchasing a free stand. These steel constructed units can either be purposed solely for heavy bags, or involve multiple stations for different kinds of bags. It is recommended that users weight the bottom of the device to minimize shifting as the bag is struck and swung.

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  5. What kind of hand protection should I use?

    It's important to use proper hand protection during training routines, especially if you are just starting out on the heavy bag. A combination of handwrap + bag glove is your best bet.
    Handwrap is an an inexpensive cloth roll that is used to protect the knuckles and skin from abrasion while securing the wrist for repeated impact. Bag gloves are designed with extra padding and firm support in order to disperse the impact of strikes and reduce the strain on your joints. Different bag gloves have different thicknesses, and the sturdier the heavy bag the more padding you might want in your gloves.

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  7. What kind of bag exterior is best?

    The main exterior types are vinyl, nylon, canvas, and leather. Other options include synthetic leather, polycanvas, and Everlast's Nevatear.
    Professional gyms and locations that use heavy bags frequently choose leather bags for their superior durability and feel. Leather bags are more expensive and require that you rub moisturizer into them occasionally to prevent cracking. Vinyl, nylon, and canvas bags are less expensive and don't require maintenance, making them popular choices for at-home use. Canvas bags are durable but very abrasive against bare knuckles.



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