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Fighting Sports Pro Speed Bag

Fighting Sports Pro Speed Bag

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    Fighting Sports incorporates the finest hides of genuine full grain cowhide leather to create professionally designed and crafted speed bags. Perfectly balanced for blazing speed and true rebounds. Manufactured with triple stitched leather welted seams, advanced butyl rubber bladder and durable laces. If you like WINNING, you will love FIGHTING.

    • White (S)
    • Black/White (M)
    • Black (L)
    Sizes: 5' x 8" (S), 6" x 9" (M), 7" x 10" (L)

    sku: #bx-sb-2004



    I have two speed bag stations in my garage. One that is part of the wall and the other that came with my heavy bag station. This bag is perfect for speed work - plenty of bounce and true come-back. My other bag is 8x10 and slower. This bag is working great - good shape - good movement. Fast but not too small.  
    by: outside   
    7/18/2012 7:46:12 AM
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    Speed Bags Expert FAQs
    1. What size speed bag is right for me?

      When choosing a speed bag the most important decision to make is size. The size of the bag has a great effect on the speed, rebound, and striking surface available to you.
      Bigger bags have a larger surface area and can thus be hit more routinely. However, smaller bags tend to rebound quicker and can provide faster training.
      Also consider the details of make and model when shopping. Some bags have an added attachment loop on the bottom to convert it into a double end bag.
      Beginners generally prefer larger bags as it increases the sweet spot for you to strike. Easier to hit = less frustration and more training. Experienced boxers tend to prefer smaller, quicker bags that allow them to hone their speed and accuracy to a fine degree.

    3. How high should I hang the bag?

      Most boxers recommend that you hang your speed bag up at mouth level. This provides a natural feel and keeps the arms working at proper angles. You want to be punching the fattest part of the bag (aka the belly), so having it too low could be problematic in that area. If your speed bag is too high however you will begin to feel unnecessary strain in your arms and neck.

    5. How much should I inflate my bag?

      Inflating your bag properly is key to good, safe training. One problem that many beginners face is over-inflation. When a bag is too inflated it becomes stiff and can often hurt the hands.
      When inflating your bag, make sure you keep going until all the wrinkles in the material have been pushed out. However, be certain that you can press the bag with both thumbs and feel it depressing. If you cannot press the bag or are struggling to do so, you may have over-inflated it. If you have under-inflated the bag you'll notice a lack of good rebound, so simply add a bit more until you get the feel you want. Under-inflating is also a good strategy just in case your bag is going a bit too fast for you to keep up.

    7. How do I use a maize ball?

      The maize ball is an interesting and inexpensive way to add variety to your training routine. As opposed to a speed bag where the goal is to strike with rhythm and timing, the maize bag swings freely back and forth on a much longer chain. This swinging provides you the opportunity to practice head movement to avoid being struck by the bag and also helps you work on foot movement and shadow boxing.
      The maize bag can be used for hitting practice but is more frequently used as a mobility and reactionary tool.

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