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Martial arts/Aerobics/Boxing 3 Section Wall Punch Bag £10.99 @ BOXING SHOP POWER-SPORTS / Amazon

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✓ 29inch X 13.5inch Approx Canvas Wall Bag,Featured Designed with high-quality Canvas material, it is practical and durable ✓ 3 Section Kung Fu wall bag,The punch bag will enhance your endurance, spe… Read More
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7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago
✓ 29inch X 13.5inch Approx Canvas Wall Bag,Featured Designed with high-quality Canvas material, it is practical and durable
✓ 3 Section Kung Fu wall bag,The punch bag will enhance your endurance, speed and accuracy It is a great workout tool for home or gym use.
✓ 100% Canvas Wall strike Bag,This target is used for Wing Chun (or other Martial Arts) fans to practice The punch bag can be used for punching kicking, martial arts and general fitness.
✓ D-Rings for Hanging,Three section wall bags can have each section can be filled differently; this gives a different feel when striking the different sections. The bottom section of a three section wall bag can be used to train kicking.
✓ Zips have protective flaps,HOW TO FILL YOUR BAG Rice is generally a good filling to start with. Dried beans like black eyes beans or kidney beans give a slightly harder impact. Sand makes for a dense filling. Very advanced students may wish to use fine gravel or even lead shot. However if you do use gravel or ball bearings or lead shot before you are ready you will not condition your knuckles quick.
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#1
whats the cheapest method of filling these and how much would that actually cost I wonder.
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rhinopaul
whats the cheapest method of filling these and how much would that actually cost I wonder.
Rice is cheap and less messy than sand, i reckon depending on how full and how many you fill. 10kg of rice is around £4, one person said it took 10kg to fill.


Edited By: Looking4Glitches on Nov 17, 2016 18:37
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rhinopaul
whats the cheapest method of filling these and how much would that actually cost I wonder.
Value cat litter is a great option
5 Likes #4
cheaper to just use your wife...oO






:p:D
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BritishDragon
cheaper to just use your wife...oO:p:D
Hmm depends of size of your wife :{
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rhinopaul
whats the cheapest method of filling these and how much would that actually cost I wonder.

fill it with unwanted kittens, should be an abundance this time of year.
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McHotpoon
rhinopaul
whats the cheapest method of filling these and how much would that actually cost I wonder.
Value cat litter is a great option
If you have a cat then used litter... Bit of Fabreze.

Edited By: Looking4Glitches on Nov 17, 2016 22:01: edit
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BritishDragon
cheaper to just use your wife...oO:p:D
What a disgusting comment.
#9
polystyrene balls ;)
#10
spyro123
BritishDragon
cheaper to just use your wife...oO:p:D
What a disgusting comment.


totally out of order

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