Wednesday, 25 March 2015

Improve your Boxing Technique with the Everlast Powershot Heavy Punch Bag

Boxing can be used as a fantastic way to increase your fitness with some impressive benefits over conventional fitness machines, training with a punch bag is a cheap and easy to way to get an all over workout at home.

Punch bag workouts require constant mental focus from regulating your breathing, keeping your stance and position correct, and then actually hitting the bag with a combination of hooks, jabs and uppercuts with the correct technique. All of these elements keep your mind well stimulated for a more productive workout as oppose to drifting off into a magical daydream on a treadmill.

The Everlast Powershot Punch Bag will take this level of focus to even greater heights and the quality of your boxing with it. I'm sure you're all familiar with the general construction of your average punch bag, so what differentiates the Powershot from the rest of your average run of the mill bags? Evergel target pads that's what! And what are those exactly and how are they going to improve my boxing?

Evergel target pads are tactically positioned gel cushioned striking points up and down the punch bag, some are small targets positioned lower down for upper cuts and others are larger and higher up, perfect for powerful jabs. When you hit the bag the design of the hanging straps makes the bag more susceptible to spinning, as it spins you have to react reflexively to the different pads that present themselves forcing you to adapt to use hooks, uppercuts and jabs in a multitude of combinations.

It sounds simple, and it is, but it's effective and that's what matters. It more accurately replicates sparring in a ring as you have to adapt and adjust to the bag instead of thinking and knowing what you're going to do before you do it. If you want to improve your boxing without stepping into the ring, or even just need some variation, then give the Powershot a try.

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1 comment:

  1. OT: I don't care if it takes a year or two, but will there be a MayweatherVsPacquiao 2 ??