If you are going to seriously train and especially if you are going to fight, working with the heavy bag will be key to your success without a doubt.
Tiger Claw is a low priced heavy bag is a great choice for those who are in the market for a great bag that is affordable. Tiger Claw is a high-end manufacturer that strives to make quality products that fit your budget.
Choose between the 20, 40 or 65 lb bag and you can even make the call if you want it filled or unfilled. Unfilled is often the most economical choice as it greatly decreases the shipping cost and you can fill it yourself.
Due to size and weight, an extra shipping charge has been added to the 40 lb. And 65 lb. bags.
The bags come in black with red.
HISTORY OF THE PUNCHING BAG
Did you know the punching bag dates back for as long as there has been written history of military training? They were used in the martial arts and in swordplay or historical fencing.
Asian martial artists had their own versions of the heavy bag like the Okinawan makiwara. The makiwara is a padded striking post that is used as a training tool in different styles of karate. It's one form of hojo undo, a method of conditioning used by Okinawan martial artists.
The Chinese also had their early form of the heavy bag in the mook jong. The mook jong is a wooden dummy and may even have padded striking surfaces attached to it. Sometimes mook jongs were made of wood or metal instead and are used primarily in Wing Chun and other styles of kung fu.
Through the years the heavy bag has become a staple in mma and boxing and has been improved and profected to become the heavy bag we know today.
I am often asked this question and the answer depends on each individual's situation.
70 pound bag provides a great sturdy work out for me, personally. I
can target muscles in my training and I use it for strength training
too. I am short so this bag suits me fine but I also pack a good punch
so I was surprised how well it hold up to what I dish out.
is compact and easy to use. It is great for small spaces like an
apartment or dorm. It is designed to withstand a tough workout and is
affordable as well.
Because it is a UFC product, it is sturdy and
durable. The structure is well built and the cap is 70 pounds and is
made of impact resistant polyurethane. It is 13” in diameter and stands
So if you are looking for a well-built but more compact heavy bag, this bag's for you.
These are what people had to say about the bag. All reviews gave it 5 of 5 stars.
- Easy To Set Up
- Quality Construction
Train on the heavy bag with circuit training. You can alternate upright
rows, push press, sumo dead lift high-pulls and cleans with your boxing
routine. Do each exercise 15 times, then do a round of boxing for 2
minutes. Talk about getting those endurance muscles going in your arms.
This is a great training technique.
I wondered the same thing until I tried one out. Wow! I was
impressed. It was perfect for my knee and elbow strikes and clinch
The tear drop shape gives the bag a special central
gravitational force so when you strike, it feels sturdier than a regular
bag. I find this type of bag great for training because I can let
loose and not worry about the recourse.
The bag incorporates
benefits of the regular cylindrical heavy bag and the small speed bag.
It is going to move more than the heavy bag which is good for your
kickboxing. You can also do heavy kicks and clinches.
heavy leather grain polyurethane, the bag has a woven backing that gives
the strength and benefits of real leather but is much more affordable.
It is firmly built with a four-part galvanized chain with rivets and a zipped closing on the top.
18” x 35”, the package weighs about 60 pounds. Unfortunately this
item cannot be shipped internationally or to Hawaii and Alaska because
of it's size and weight.
If you are wanting to train with your
strikes and clinch punches, this bag is for you. One round with the
bag and you will be hooked, I know I was.
So now that you have your Wavemaster you'll want some MMA skills to go with that kicking power.
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