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Everlast 4008 80-Pound Traditional Heavy Bag
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- 80 lb. bag with Tough Nevatear construction.
- Includes all necessary hardware
- Provides ultimate strength and conditioning workout
- The Zipper tab is deliberately broken of the top of the bag by the manufacturer to prevent the bag from being opened and the stuffing released
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Get the most out of your boxing or martial arts training with this Everlast 80-pound heavy bag. It's made from tough Nevatear, a new leather-like, vinyl material that's made to endure the rigors of even the toughest gyms. It includes a chain attachment for hanging from a heavy bag stand or ceiling attachment.
The name Everlast is synonymous with boxing. Renown internationally as a manufacturer of boxing equipment, Everlast started out as a swimwear manufacturer in 1910. Headquartered in the Bronx, NY, the company was founded by 17-year-old Jacob Golomb. The son of a tailor and an avid swimmer, Jacob Golomb was dissatisfied with the durability of swimsuits because they barely lasted a season, so he began making suits that he guaranteed would last for a full year. He proudly gave them the name, Everlast. Although the swimsuits did not last through the years, the name did.
Over the next years, Golomb expanded his company into a small retail store that carried a full line of sports equipment. In 1917, a young fighter named Jack Dempsey introduced boxing to Golomb and Everlast. Dempsey asked Golomb to construct protective headgear that would last more than 15 rounds of intensive boxing training. Golomb specially designed the training gear for Dempsey. In 1919, Dempsey won the worlds heavyweight championship wearing boxing gloves made for him by Golomb. Everlast became the headquarters for boxing equipment throughout the world. In 1925, Golomb designed elastic-waist trunks to replace the leather-belted trunks then worn by boxers. These trunks, now known as boxer trunks, immediately became famous. Jacob Golomb ran the business until he passed away in the early 1950s and his son, Dan, took over. In 1958, Ben Nadorf joined Everlast and purchased 50% of the company from the Golomb family. When Dan Golomb passed away in 1995, Nadorf purchased the familys remaining 50% interest. Nadorf remained the President and Principle Share Holder of Everlast until October 24, 2000.
Everlast mens and womens apparel and accessories continue today to be tremendously successful both inside and outside the ring. In addition, Everlast boxing trunks and equipment remain the proud and undefeated champion of the boxing industry for more than 90 years. The history continues, as the name states. Everlast has a traditional past and a knockout future.
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80-pound Nevatear bag, chain attachment
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You can't beat your pillow up anymore, the feathers are flying out.
If you scream it all out one more time the neighbours will probably call the cops (again).
Crying just isn't manly enough.
Then you go to a gym and you start punching one of these and a kind of meditative calm comes over you.
"I should get one of these for the apartment, I've never felt so good."
This exact situation happened to me (except for the screaming, I'm not a loon) and when I got one of these for my home, well... I'm just a more bushy-tailed and bright-eyed version of my former self."
This bag is cost-effective, durable, and heavy. It is 110% everything I could ask for and the extra 10% comes from the chains and extra attachments that come with it that I was NOT expecting. I just needed a heavy bag, but I ended up getting much more than that.
That's what this was made for!!!
After I was jumped on the street and knocked unconscious and had my nose broken, I decided that my self-defense skills that I picked up from the movie 3 ninjas may not have cut it.
This is one of the best purchases that I've ever made. It's a great workout and a great way to deal with frustration and anxiousness.
You should definitely buy some hand wraps and gloves to start off. I have punched my knuckles bloody on this and nearly broken my hands. It's everlast... that means it will outlast you.
It is absolutely invaluable to have something to actually punch as hard as you can. You can shadowbox and practice all day but until you have something you can make contact with then you really don't know how effective your technique is.
At first I was punching it as hard as I could and it would simply sway a little bit like it was laughing at me but now I can make it move like a pendulum even with my left jab (my non-dominant hand).
I do 25 minute sessions at a time, I like to put on some music where I know by the end of a certain song I've hit my time limit.
When I get tired of punching, I practice my kicks and combinations and elbows and knees.
Seeing as space is at a premium in my house, I actually hang it from my pull-up bar instead of a bag stand or a ceiling mount.
Bag stands are over 100 bucks, and pull up bars are about 10-15.
Pick it up, put it on a chair, chain it up, remove the chair and you're good to go.
You can also just lay it on the floor and practice ground and pound.
The material is strong, the only complaint is that it's got a little tear starting where the straps are sewed...
but I have beaten the hell out of this thing so it makes sense.
I was able to get this one for less than the cost of shipping on comparable bags.
Get it, you won't be disappointed.
The one problem I had chain-wise is the caribiners(sp?) are a little too small. I'm almost considering going out to a camping store and finding some heavy-duty ones. I'm sure weight-wise they're fine but they're just too small. It's hard to explain but when you look at it you'd know what I'm talking about.
Also I have a really nice heavy duty bag rack, and I need to get somemore support weight on the bottom. That 80 lbs swinging around needs more than 150lbs holding it down for sure. I'm probably going to double that.
I took out all of the extension chains which is really easy via like 3 caribiners(sp?) that are at all of the key points. So we just switched a few around and viola shortened it by about 7-8 inches, which was perfect height for my bag rack.
I read a lot of reviews saying the 'softness distribution' is all out of whack. The middle section is exactly the same softness as my 25lb'er (maybe slightly more firm), so I have nothing to judge that on but it's just -pefect- for me. The top section I would never hit because it jerks my rack around. The lower section well... let's just say that's for when your hands / legs get a little tougher. I punch/kick there a few times a day to soften it up, and to toughen myself up. I'm sure it'll be fine some day.
OH yea bottom line. You need to buy some serious, serious gloves for this thing. I suggest mid to high range gloves with some really good wrist wraps or your wrists are not going to be happy campers.
Also don't think like, you're going to be punching on this thing for a half hour straight even with gloves on for a few weeks. You need to be taking breaks like every 10 min even if you're scaling up from a lower bag. Heat + friction + moisture = not good for your knuckles. Since this thing is so heavy your knuckles are rubbing against it a lot more, so yea, take good breaks. Don't be like me. Try punching it for 10 min, kicking it for 5 min, or something.
Anyway I hope this helps. I think that's everything. I really enjoy this bag.
Talk to ya'll later!
Overall, the filling inside is even and consistent, it's hard so you get the instant feedback of a hard strike, and I think it will last. But you probably can't use just straight handwraps with it.