Punching to bags has been one for the primary ways a boxer uses to have and maintain fitness. With the versatility of the punching bag, the workout options are endless. There is also many different styles and variations of bags to suit a range of different training regimes.
Speedballs are used to work on hand-eye coordination while keeping the fighters hand up. The larger the bag the more force is required to keep it moving, these bags are generally used for building strength and endurance while a smaller bag will move quicker with less force and the trainer can focus on speed, timing and coordination.
Similar to this is the floor to ceiling speed ball, punching ball on stand, and double ended strike bag. The main difference being the size of the bag can differ from product to product. Floor to ceiling speed balls react different to a vertically hung speed ball as when the striker hits the ball it reacts by swinging faster towards him on the return. Due to its clever design the user can diversify their training by incorporating dodges, swerves, punches and other boxing variations to improve coordination. Being able to rebound and react in different motions and angles, every hit and every training session is continually varied.
Heavy bags, weather suspended, or freestanding are used to develop power. A strong sturdy heavy bag can receive a continual beating. With a boxer being able to train all punching combinations and toughen the hands and other limbs while training, a heavy bag is always a must have for any series boxer.
Everlast and Sting are the main two brands we stock here at Dynamo Fitness Equipment as we recognise these to be of top quality and thorough design. We ship all our products, no matter large or small Australia wide. If you are looking to purchase boxing equipment, then look no further, our full range is available online and instore.