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XXL Wavemaster

XXL Wavemaster

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    The Wavemaster XXL, standing 69 inches tall and 18 inches in diameter, is the largest free standing bag on the market today. It's wide, low profile base and large upper section not only offer improved functionality but also make it easy to hit with both punches and kicks. Easily filled with either sand or water and weighing in at 270 lbs. the Wavemaster XXL is as solid as any heavy bag and will not slide back or move when struck.

  • Stands 69 inches tall and 18 inches in diameter
  • Striking surface is durable vinyl over high density foam
  • Low profile base and large new upper provide an excellent target for both punching and kicking
  • Weight distribution of base provides stability and functionality
  • Rounded bottom for easy moving
  • Extra large fill hole and cap allow easy filling of the base with sand or water
  • No tools required for assembly
  • Weighs approximately 270 pounds when filled
  • Available in Red, Blue or Black
  • Due to the size and weight of this item, it cannot be shipped via Air, nor can it be ship to Alaska to Hawaii or internationally.

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    Hi, I am 17 years old 5'7 and weigh 115 llbs, I'm also a beginner, so would this be a good bag for me?   
    by: V2   
    5/12/2011 9:51:13 PM
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    Yes this is a great bag, unfortunately I don't think we'll be getting any more in stock for awhile. Consider this bag in it's place - bx-hv-161.
    by: TMArtist     
    5/16/2011 11:26:38 AM
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    Do I have to un fill the base every time I wish to move it? How easy would it be for a 5"4" 145 lb woman to move?  
    by: Joy   
    7/21/2010 12:48:06 AM
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    The trick to moving these while they are filled is to tilt them at a 45 degree angle and roll them along the edge of the base.

    It might be tricky at first, but you'll get the hang of it.
    by: TMArtist     
    7/21/2010 1:15:03 PM
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    Not stable enough

    I bought it before 6 days, it is very nice I liked it very much; I have 2 concerns about it:
    1- Filling it with water was not enough to prevent it from flipping up and down although I place it on nun slippy mat but no use, so I am considering sand now,
    2- Also I warp tape on to avoid tearing.
    I will update my review in coming weeks after using it more.
    by: EsamKabli   
    7/12/2010 4:39:05 AM
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    What should be worn on the hands while using this bag?  
    by: LesnerFan   
    6/28/2010 3:26:08 PM
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    Hey LesnerFan. At the very least you'll want some handwraps, but I recommend standard bag gloves. Open palm, grappling (or mma) type gloves could work too. The amount of padding you want in the gloves depends on your experience level - if you are just starting go with something with a little more padding.
    by: TMArtist     
    6/28/2010 5:02:41 PM
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    hello, i'm from malaysia and i'm interested to buy this punching bag.. but since it cannot be shipped by air? are there any other methods the punching bag can be shipped to me? please let me know.. thanks..  
    by: tayyiping   
    5/17/2010 6:09:33 AM
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    I'm afraid we can't get this big guy to Malaysia.
    by: Aaron   
    6/28/2010 4:22:33 PM
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    i am a muay thai beginner, how heavy should the puching bag be for me? is it proportional to my body weight? i weight 140 pounds. thanks  
    by: papo   
    2/23/2010 3:24:35 PM
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    Hi Papo - How much you fill the base is not entirely proportional to your body weight. It is more a combination of your striking power your body weight (which naturally allows you to sink more thrust into your techniques). I recommend filling the base to around 160 lbs and see if it shifts around on you. If it does, fill it some more until you get a good feel.
    by: TMArtist     
    2/23/2010 8:57:07 PM
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    How large (tall) is the base of this bag? Do you fill the bag with water or the base?? Also, does the anti-slip bag base cover (sold separately here) fit this base? Would this bag be good for a group fitness boxing class in a gym facility?  
    by: boxingmistress   
    2/9/2010 7:32:19 PM
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    Hi boxingmistress. For this particular unit the base gets filled with water or sand, and the bag itself is foam. Could you provide a link to the anti-slip cover you were considering? Also this type of bag is utilized in many gym facilities as it can be rolled around wherever you need it, provides great resistance, and has a long striking body that is appropriate for both tall and short users.
    by: TMArtist     
    2/10/2010 5:34:30 PM
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    Punch and Kick

    This wavemaster is really useful because of the striking surface. You can practice low and high kicking as well as punching. Great for kickboxers.  
    by: TMArtist      
    1/19/2010 11:45:15 PM
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    Awesome Product

    I love it! Huge striking area. Reacts more like a real target. Allows me to roll it over to the corner of my workout room when not in use. Much easier for stringing together punches and kicks without the ''swing'' of hanging bags. Slides a little more than I'd like on carpet, but I'm sure a rubber gym floor would not have the same issue (where it's intended use is anyway).  
    by: Rocky
    4/15/2007 6:17:45 PM
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    Awesome Product

    I love it! Huge striking area. Reacts more like a real target. Allows me to roll it over to the corner of my workout room when not in use. Much easier for stringing together punches and kicks without the "swing" of hanging bags. Slides a little more than I'd like on carpet, but I'm sure a rubber gym floor would not have the same issue (where it's intended use is anyway).  
    by: Rocky
    4/15/2007 6:17:45 PM
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    exelent for practice

    I didn't actually buy them but use them all the time to practice at my school. They are very durable and easy to move across the rug and they don tip to easily when filled with water. This bag is excellent for practice and at a reasonable price.  
    by: kenshin15   
    1/11/2006 3:19:49 PM
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    Standing Punching Bag Expert FAQs
    1. What kind of standing bags are there?

      Within the standing bag genre there is an excellent variety of options for you to choose from. The most common freestanding bag consists of a fillable plastic basin with an adjustable neck protruding from the top. Attached to that neck is a soft foam filled bag that feels a lot like a traditional nylon heavybag.
      A different variety of bag involves a full-body-length striking surface that is secured to the basin and is non-adjustable. Much different than those two types is the B.O.B. (body opponent bag). This device is shaped like the upper torso of a man and can be used to focus strikes on different anatomical parts of the human body. These are excellent for anyone looking to increase their accuracy and strike selection.
      The final type of freestander available is the reflex bag. This is much smaller than a heavy bag and requires much less weight to stay in place. The point of this bag is not to develop punching power, but to acquire rhythm, timing, and fluidity.

    3. Do I need to fill the base? If so, with what?

      For most freestanding bags you will need to fill the basin yourself. Sending the base empty reduces shipping cost significantly.
      The two most common types of fill used in bag basins are plain water and sand. Water is quick, free, and can be dumped out whenever you need to pack up the bag and move it to a different location. Every basin is built to be waterproof (unless explicitly stated otherwise). Sand is a reliable alternative as you needn't worry about liquid spills or leaks even after extensive wear and tear.

    5. Will my freestanding bag slide around?

      Freestanding bags are generally designed to resist sliding and skidding during training. However, there are some things you can do to ensure maximum stability for your bag. First, fill the basin to it's proper amount and maintain that level as time goes by. If you've chosen to fill it with water, the water might evaporate slowly which will cause the bag to slip easier. Second, place the bag on a grippy surface. Even the best of bags might slip on slick concrete. Third, if you wish, you can purchase an extra non-slip cover that fits around the basin of your bag.

    7. Short body vs long body type bags

      When it comes to heavy bag style freestanders, there are two main styles - the short body and the long body. Short body bags are frequently adjustable and can be made to fit the height of the practitioner using it. Boxers enjoy the smaller striking surface because it provides them greater flexibility and feedback, which allows them to integrate an element of rhythm into their training, much like they might do with the swinging of a standard heavy bag.
      The long body bag is preferred by martial artists and kickboxing practitioners that want to integrate kicking into their routine. The length of the striking surface allows them to use both punches and kicks without having to constantly adjust the striking surface.

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