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Century Wavemaster XXL Training Bag

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  • Extra-large martial arts training bag with high-quality striking surface
  • Durable vinyl cover and high-density foam fill is tough yet forgiving
  • Low-profile base and ultra-stable weight distribution
  • Fills with either sand or water; weighs roughly 270 pounds when filled
  • Stands 69 inches tall and measures a full 18 inches in diameter
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Century's ultimate training bag, the Wavemaster XXL offers the largest kicking and punching surface on the market. The Wavemaster XXL stands 69 inches tall and measures a full 18 inches in diameter, giving you plenty of space to practice your martial arts technique. The striking surface is also high quality, with a durable vinyl cover sitting atop high-density foam. And thanks the low-profile base and ultra-stable weight distribution, this bag will hold up sturdily to your training routines. Built with an extra-large fill hole that accommodates either sand or water, the Wavemaster XXL weighs roughly 270 pounds when filled and assembles tool-free.

About Century
Century began producing martial arts products in 1976, and today is recognized as the largest supplier of martial arts gear in the world. Currently located in Midwest City, Oklahoma, has expanded its product lines over the past 30 years to encompass boxing, media, yoga, and fitness products. The company employs a diversified group of professionals--many of whom are martial artists themselves--with the goal of helping every customer learn how martial arts can profoundly change lives.

Product Description

Century's ultimate bag with the largest kicking and punching surface area on the market

Product Details

Color: Red | Size: XX-Large
  • Product Dimensions: 67 x 19 x 19 inches ; 26 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 45.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
  • ASIN: B000EZWPMC
  • Item model number: 10176-900-016
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (187 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,375 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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We filled it with water and will use sand when we can.
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It is on a berber carpeted floor, and it does move around a little bit but not enough to be annoying.
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Got this for my Fiance and he LOVES it he gets a great workout and it take a good beating!
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

166 of 168 people found the following review helpful By Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu on November 2, 2007
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If your options are limited.

There's no replacement for a high quality banana bag but if you have no place to hang one or fear knocking the beams down from the ceiling in the garage, this is a really great option.

The bag itself is relatively light & a bit softer than I'd like it to be, but when the base is filled, it definitely stands up to whatever punishment you can dish at it. There is a bit of play (maybe an inch or so) which tends to loosen the more you kick or punch. (Though a quick twist of the bag on the base will eliminate the additional movement) That being said, here is a warning for you... If you like throwing elbows, either have a partner support the bag, or get in closer than you would a typical hanging bag. Reason being, if you stand too far out when you strike, the bag will move an inch or so away from you leaving a nice streak of skin from your now friction burned elbow. Knees are somewhat similar as well but without the burn. At the standard distance, you may as well throw knees at a curtain hanging in your hallway. In order to feel the bag, you'll need to get much closer which is a big awkward standing practically flush to the base. This could be detrimental to your training so it would be wise to grab a partner & hit the Thai pads so you get a little variation.

All in all, it does everything I need it to do. It tends to move all around the mats in my garage, even when completely filled but I don't really mind. Forces me to work the bag from all angles & whack it where I want it to go. I can practice all of my standard Muay Thai drills without a partner considering the fairly large surface area. Low kicks which you'd typically do w/ a partner holding a Leg Kick Pad, punches, elbows, knees, etc... Most importantly, I cannot kick it down.
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89 of 91 people found the following review helpful By Hoang M. Pham on October 10, 2007
Color Name: BlackSize Name: XX-Large Verified Purchase
I purchased the Wavemaster XXL hoping to improve health through regular exercise, no surprise that it worked wonderfully. To maximize your workout, it is recommended that you learn how to properly perform punches, kicks, etc. without hurting yourself. It is highly recommended that you purchase gloves or handwraps in order to prevent wrist injuries.

Pros:
-High density impact foam. They really mean it by "high", this thing can take a beating whether you're throwing punches, kicks, or baseball bats.
-Height. Easy practice on "different sized opponents" without having to readjust the height.
-Portability. You can move this anywhere you like (provided you empty the base), instead of having to screw it down somewhere.

Cons:
-If you fill this base with water, it will move indefinitely when struck. Water sloshes around inside whenever you hit it, and it can actually generate enough momentum to fall over. It is highly recommended you buy play sand instead. It should be about $5/20lbs.
-Even after it is filled with sand, it may still move a bit. This product is best used in a basement or on cement floors. The energy transfer, while miniscule, can be heard all over the house if you don't have floor studs.
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37 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Marco on December 11, 2010
I'm 6'2" and 245 lbs and in excellent condition. I first filled the base with water but heavy hits caused the water to slosh around inside the base and lead to instability, base tilting, and excess movement around the floor. So I decided to try sand. First, for some base padding, I put the XXL on top of a $5 sleeping bag from Goodwill. Then I filled the base with 300 lbs. of sand by cutting the bottom off a large laundry detergent jug and using it as a funnel (fits perfectly, make sure the sand is DRY!). You will have to tilt the base after each sand bag fill to equally distribute sand, then add some sand, tilt, add sand, etc. Took about 45 minutes to complete. I then used a rope to tie the excess sleeping bag material around the base of the XXL (its slightly narrower in the middle of the base, so this works well). WOW! The XXL can take hits without wobbling all over the place, no base tilting, and movement around the floor was greatly reduced (almost nothing). My total investment for sand and sleeping bag was about $25. Set up this way, a big guy can hit the bag without it tilting and moving around. A water-filled base is probably fine for smaller people. One point to remember, it will be a slow difficult process to remove the sand from the base, so make sure you really want to use sand before switching from water, which is easily removed from the base. I've been pounding this bag hard for about a month now and it is doing very with the set-up I devised. I actually like it better than the hanging bag I used to have.
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36 of 42 people found the following review helpful By C. A. Conover III on January 19, 2010
I own a martial arts studio and we love these bags. They are about as tall as a man, so they are great for a martial arts workout. Unfortunately, you hit them hard enough for enough times and the screw from the top section will break - and then it's garbage. (The top section screws into the base. The screw is hard plastic and goes through the length of the padding.) They will take a lot of abuse before that. We've been buying these for 3 years. We've bought 12 total and have 5 dead ones (which work pretty well for back hand spring spotters when laid on their sides). What kills them is repeatedly kicking them hard enough that they tip over. Specifically, 160 - 200 lb brown or black belt doing flying side or front kicks with a lot of snap force 25 times will probably kill this bag. Now I know this kills the bag, but let's face it - those are fun kicks and the students love getting their kicks strong enough to knock the bag over. So, we're moving to hanging bags for that drill because it's getting too expensive to replace this bag.
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