Punch Bags

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Punch Bags

Any boxer or athlete looking to switch up their workout from the typical gym routines must have a punch bag. The punch bag is used to improve physical fitness, strength, and boxing abilities. Only 20 minutes of bag-punching is equivalent to a complete high-intensity workout.

Punch bags are available in a wide variety of forms, sizes, and weights at our store.

Heavy Bag – used for Straight punches, hooks & movement

In order to strengthen and develop the hands, arms, shoulders, and other body parts involved in striking the bag, power shots are practised on a larger, cylindrical bag suspended by chains or ropes. The main purpose of heavy bags is to build strength.

Banana Bag, which is used in Muay Thai and is longer than a standard heavy bag is widely used to practice low kicks and knee hits. A slim line bag is smaller than a heavy bag and is also used by fighters for boxing training and in other combat workouts. The normal heavy bag, which is 4 feet, 5 feet, or 6 feet long, is one of many heavy bags that professional boxers use to practise. This is often hung from the ceiling or supported by a wall bracket and provides a constant width from top to bottom. This is the most popular type of bag and is best for straight punches, hooks, kicks, knees, and elbows.

Tear Drop or Angled Uppercut Bag – used to train body shots, uppercuts, and punch-digging combinations.

On an angled heavy bag, the top of the bag is bigger than the bottom. In general, the sloped surface is a perfect place to land uppercuts and body blows, however the angle between the two sections is more noticeable on certain bags than others (often due to wear and tear). Body hooks and kicks are often thrown at the bottom, whereas straight punches, hooks, and uppercuts are typically delivered at the top. Instead of using the conventional 4-foot straight PU (polyurethane) punching bag, this one is designed for uppercut, jabbing, curl boxing, and brief bursts of high and low hitting workout.

Double-end Bag – perfect for improving accuracy and avoiding blows

The floor-to-ceiling bag, often referred to as the double end bag, is a slim, light bag with two attachment points that enables it to bind to both the floor and the ceiling (occasionally fitted wall to wall for specific training). How readily the bag swings depends on the size of the ball and how tightly the ropes are tied. It is employed in training for precision and accuracy.

Speed Bag – used to improve speed and stamina

Speed bags have a rebound platform at the tip that is parallel to the ground and made of thin, air-filled bags. Speed bags teach a boxer how to keep his or her hands up, improve hand-eye coordination, and shift weight between his or her feet while hitting. They are also known as speedballs or speed ball bags. They are often surrounded with a PU- or leather-based fibre and compressed with air.

Heavier Bags
Larger bags move more slowly and require more energy to maintain motion. Larger bags are utilised to build strength and endurance, while smaller bags allow the training athlete to focus on faster hand tempo, pacing, and coordination.

Free Standing Bag – excellent for those who enjoy training outside and is portable. These bags are set on a weighted pedestal as freestanding objects rather than being hung from the walls. The base is typically filled with sand or water to give the bag greater stability and prevent slippage.

Punch Bag Benefits:
Works nearly all of your muscles, lots of calories are expended and will improve your metabolic rate, reflexes, punching power, speed of movement, and balance.

Punching bags are designed and produced to last for many years, even with daily rigorous use.