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Old 09-28-2007, 02:24 AM
ashe ashe is offline
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yeah, i think it came out pretty good. needs a little more padding though, as you can still tell that the core is very solid.

i made it 14" in diameter, but i think 16" might have been better.

the bag i really want is the one by ko fightgear.
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Old 10-02-2007, 05:31 PM
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Nice work Ashe.

I have a similar bag like that which I use as a grappling dummy for working on judo and wrestling throws.

I try to go through each throw 10 times as fast as possible.

It's a workout like nothing else out there.

I finally picked up the everlast h2o water bag. Somehow they had it for only $40 at sportsauthority and since that's my budget I went with it.

Thanks for the advice. You can't go wrong with these water bags, they're wrist savers.

Down the line I plan on upgrading to some of the bags you guys mentioned. But for now I'm happy and I'm glad I didn't go with that Century bag.

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