Thread: Hanging a Heavy Bag
1/29/2004 5:14pm, #11Originally posted by IronBuddha
as for training outdoors, if anyone can train outdoors in this canadian weather, they must have some mad chi. it's freakin cold out here.“We are surrounded by warships and don’t have time to talk. Please pray for us.” — One Somali Pirate.
1/30/2004 1:32am, #12
Originally posted by IronBuddha
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as for training outdoors, if anyone can train outdoors in this canadian weather, they must have some mad chi. it's freakin cold out here."ARGH SURF NINJAS *implodes* " the cruel fate of Stold3
1/30/2004 2:01pm, #13Originally posted by Meteora
what are you? Alittle girl?"Onward we stagger, and if the tanks come, may God help the tanks." - Col. William O. Darby
12/20/2005 8:20am, #14
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StandOriginally Posted by IronBuddha
Oh yea BTW - I agree, any sort of free standing bag is a waste of time and money. I mean last year I bought one of those "slam man" freestanding torso pieces of crap. The company assured me it was indestructable, alas they lied, for one thing it kept tipping over (It was filled with like 150 kg of kilndried sand) and all the foam cracked within first few weeks, and after that brackets from the back snapped and all the LED's broke. I rang and complained of course, but apparently I had no right to a refund, so instead they sent a few replacement parts. (Not good enough as far as im concerned)
Its not the size of the dog in the fight, its the size of the fight in the dog
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12/20/2005 3:31pm, #15
if you want something outside, ive had no complaints from an 8 foot section of telephone pole semi buried with a neil adams gi mat taped round it twice... as lond as you have the clearence on all sides they are great for fists and sticks..
as for indoors scaffolding poles at the right lengths work fairly well and are easy to assemble with all the fancy joints etc, the only problem is that they fatigue pretty quickly under stress (although you do get a neat chinning frame too) but for the price i paid (20 uk pounds for the lot) i dont mind replacing them every 8 months or so...
12/22/2005 12:49am, #16
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