When do you opt for a specialty heavy bag instead of the traditional types?
We’ve talked a lot about picking up your own heavy bag and awesome solo workouts to pair with your new home bag so you can scratch that training itch whenever you want.
Hell, if you want to, you can even make your own heavy bag!
But we haven't touched on a key question:
"What if I don't want the traditional style of heavy bag?"
Or maybe, you wonder:
"What can I add to my home gym to spice up my heavy bag routine(s)?"
Are there other options available?? In fact, there are! Here are 4 great options for non-traditional, specialty heavy bags. Which one makes the most sense for you and your training?
You've probably seen this one before, as vids of boxers working on it are popular on Instagram. The Ringside Cobra is mainly used to train the timing of your punches, your reflexes, and even your...
With a pandemic forcing most if not all gyms to close, Muay Thai heavy bag sales have gone through the roof. If you didn't have a heavy bag before, chances are you're looking into it now!
Thankfully, there are a ton to choose from. The different lengths, weights, brands, styles, how much you workout, and how easy it is to set up are all important things to consider when you are looking to buy a heavy bag. You might want the same bag that you have at your gym; you may want a heavier bag to practice your power on; you may want a bag that’s harder so you can condition your shins.
To help you on your heavy bag buying journey, we’ve complied a list of five different heavy bags that are top of the line.
This article is only going to be talking about the standard type of heavy bag, so no double-end or uppercut bags here. Also, these heavy bags will all be prefilled....