Canvas Makiwara Bag

Price: $24.95
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Canvas Makiwara Bag

Price: $24.95
5.00 Star(s) (1 Reviews)
Iron palm is a grouping of training techniques based on different Chinese martial arts. Our Canvas Makiwara Bag is made to condition your hands for powerful blows without injuring your hands. This particular sand bag is different than other ones, since it has three zipper compartments instead of one!

This 33.5 inches by 13.5 inches Canvas Makiwara Bag consists of 3 zippered compartments for holding up to 8 pounds of rice, beans, or sand (not included). The full body iron palm bag is made out of a heavyweight canvas material with reinforced stitching that prevents it from tearing. There is an outline of a figure on the bag so you can practice your striking points. It also includes grommets for mounting to any tree or wall.

If you need a makiwara bag that is different than the rest, be sure to get this one! With the punching points diagram, extra zippered compartments, and well made material, there is nothing quite like it. Be sure to get yours as soon as possible!

Canvas Makiwara Bag Highlights:
  • Bag Length: 33.5" (approx.)
  • Bag Width: 13.5" (approx.)
  • Made of heavyweight canvas material
  • 3 zipped compartment for rice, beans, or sand (Not included)
  • Brass grommets for easy mounting to walls or trees
  • Reinforced stitching
  • Punching points figure

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5 star review
"These things are great if you hang them and let them swing freely. Use two hanging points like a playground swing so it won't spin. You can follow through with straight punches, knife hands, blocks, kicks, elbows and knees. It's really good for developing poinpoint accuracy, distance, and form. Hit is as hard as you can. Great kick target, too. Pack it tight with beans and little rice. It may not seem like it at first, but it has enough weight just how it is. If you want more weight, tape two together with duct tape- tried that and it is nice. No- not for boxing or fast combos, because it hangs freely and won't rebound or remain in place. Use a double end ball for that. You can also mount this to the front of a floor-mounted traditional makiwara board. I have over 35 years of karate training, and I boxed amateur for a number of years. I have used a traditional floor-mounted makiwara and various boxing bags for many years. I love these things- and they are inexpensive to replace when worn out. Hit something as hard as you can every day, or you are just kidding yourself."
Written By: bodypuncher
7/10/12 - 11:09am
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