Destroyer of Worlds
Posted On:9/17/2005 9:01pm
Style: Muay Thai
Do they exist? I live in a (rented) apartment so I can't go chaining things up the ceiling, but want a bag to practice kicks with in the mornings before work - can you buy bags on a stand or anything like that?
Do you eat breakfast?
Posted On:9/17/2005 9:06pm
Style: Kitty Pow Pow!!!
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Posted On:9/17/2005 9:08pm
Awesome! Just have to hope I don't miss and kick the stand hahaha. Nah thanks, I'll go to the store this afternoon, just thought it'd be better to be laughed at on the internet than real life. Yay technology :)
Posted On:9/17/2005 9:10pm
Actually hang on... do you have to drill them into the floor? I need something that's free standing so I can get my bond back.
Posted On:9/17/2005 9:13pm
well, you can get a wavemaster. Those things are kick bags that have a sand filled base. The only downside is they're like kicking big pillows and you don't get any real feedback
Posted On:9/17/2005 9:15pm
the stand on that thing linked above seems to just sit on the foor, but it's probably not very good for kicking
Posted On:9/17/2005 9:18pm
Style: In Transition
Most stands like the ones Kid posted need weight plates to be put on them (they have like metal ummm sticks... sticking out) so it doesn't move around. You'll probably have to buy 100+lbs (or 50+ kg for you :P) on it if you kick like a mule.
Posted On:9/17/2005 9:21pm
Thanks for your help, I'll see what they have.
Posted On:9/17/2005 9:27pm
yeah, I recommend that over a wavemaster, but the wavemaster is another option
Posted On:9/17/2005 10:37pm
No, it's not even worth the money. A decent kick will knock those over.
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