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Old 05-07-2009, 09:50 PM
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How To Make A Homemade Double End & Some Bag Work - Feedback Appreciated

I just wanted to contribute something to this forum since it helped me with my speed bag techniques.

First off you will need the following
-surgical tubing
-rope or string
-duct tape
-paper
-sock / tennis ball

all i did was smash paper as tightly as possible and stuffed it in a sock, you could also use a tennis ball. The paper comes quite hard and it is a lot harder to hit than a tennis ball. Paper is also cheaper if your on a budget like me. Then I tied the piece of rope to the sock and used the rope to attach the sock to the surgical tubing. After thats secured and tight i wrapped with duct tape. Then all you do is attach to a ceiling and weights on the bottom. Simple and free. Also requires more skill than a regular double end bag. Let me know if you need help. Also this video of me is 1 week after I made the double end bag. Also i normally turn the corners more usually after hitting a left hook or right upper cut but there is a lot of junk on the ground in the area im practicing in.

this double end bag is good for practicing slipping, blocking, turning the corner, head movement, and accuracy.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DoOsDvK4kus

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Old 05-13-2009, 07:40 PM
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That's real cool, thanks for sharing.

That's a pretty small target to hit !!!
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That is a cool Idea I will try to set one up in my garage! I am glad I ran across this post.
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Old 07-14-2011, 08:53 PM
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I've been looking at double end bags for the garage gym... I work at a hospital, so I'm in surgical tubing heaven! Gonna give it a try! Thanks!
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