Posted On:6/18/2009 3:24pm
Style: kung fu
Does anyone have portable ring ropes?
I see that Title and Rev gear both sell them. We've got revgear freestanding bags, but we normally just chalk off a ring. Are these worth the price?
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Posted On:6/18/2009 7:39pm
Style: Kitty Pow Pow!!!
The concept seems like it would be pretty worthwhile for a place that can't accommodate a real ring, though it seems a little pricey for what you get (just the ropes with no actual posts to put them on). Having actual ropes to work in is very useful for practicing real ring generalship much more so than simply chalking off a space to work within. The ropes are almost certainly going to provide no kind of actual support for backing up against, but having an actual physical boundary that isn't a wall is still going to be pretty useful I think.
edit: I'd suggest rather than forking out the money for this nonsense, just get some regular old ropes or elastic bands or whatever and make your own "portable ring".
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Posted On:6/20/2009 10:56pm
Style: Hung Kuen, Jook Lum SPM
149.00 isn't alot of money and it's a;lready made for you, unless you dont have the free standing baggs...then you can jerry rig something similar. I was going to take old wheels, and fill them with cement, and place a pole into them , but I like these better, and they wont look as crappy.
Posted On:7/06/2009 8:34am
I dont think free standing bags would be very good for this as they fall over really easily.
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