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Old 11-12-2015, 09:18 AM
PeterJ PeterJ is offline
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You should read this:

https://commandoboxing.com/content/i...ying-heavy-bag


I don't think you need a 100 pound bag. Everlast bags are easy to get but I do not think they are a quality product. You want something that is sturdy but easy on the hands. Good gloves are important and you will need wrapping. I am teaching my 19 year old daughter. I got her the quick wraps with gel in them. I find it difficult to go out and actually see and try the different bags and types. I had to rely on articles and descriptions. I spent a lot of money when I purchased a new bag after I knocked out my Everlast bag. I don't think you need to spend nearly that much.

http://www.ringside.com/ringside/rin...200-lbs-2.html
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