The best boxing bag to select can be determined by your own size and weight. Another factor to consider is how much boxing experience you already have...
Many beginners that are 70kg or less usually buy either the 4ft long 25kg or a 5ft long 35kg boxing bag.
Boxing bags are made with the very best quality leather and with many additional layers of strengthening because a punch bag is beaten with all kinds of big shots for prolonged periods of time.
A heavy punch bag is great for boxing training and normally these bags weigh 35kg and more.
They can be filled or unfilled. Some boxers like to fill their boxing bags with sand instead of using textile fabric. The MCD bags provide strengthened yet fine appearing build quality in great colours and designs.
All boxing bags are suitable for fitting at home or in a boxing gym and are supplied with brackets and fittings.
Once you have safely fitted your boxing bag, start by stretching all your muscle groups for 10 minutes. A good boxer always stretches every muscle starting with their neck and going all the way down to their toes.
You can start off slowly by throwing jabs and the occasional hook, and as you get warmed up just step up the effort by increasing your speed and adding more power.
Most boxers work on the bag for at least 20 minutes for best results. In a typical session you can throw 50 fast punches combining speed and power, practise your left and right hooks whilst maintaining good steady balance and also throw fast jabs and medium power straights whilst moving around.
Always remember to stretch at the end of your workout.