Floor To Ceiling Boxing Balls
Training with a Morgan floor to ceiling boxing ball is one of the best ways to improve your punching speed, timing, reflexes and hand and eye co-ordination.
Both round and elongated shaped Morgan floor to ceiling boxing balls are available for purchase at the Universal Self Defence web store.
The Morgan boxing floor to ceiling ball requires more of the same timing you need when sparring or competing.
You can execute all your boxing punches whilst ducking and weaving from side to side makes working with the floor to ceiling boxing ball more challenging and realistic.
You are best to wear thin bag mitts when working with floor to ceiling boxing balls as thick bag gloves or boxing gloves have too much padding making it hard to develop a feel for hitting the boxing ball.
If you are just starting out on the floor to ceiling boxing ball be patient and do not try to whack it out of the ball park. Just relax and punch the ball lightly until you find your rhythm and timing.
If you miss hit, do not get frustrated and tense up as that will only slow down your punches and affect your rhythm and timing. Staying relaxed and keeping your cool will help you with both working out on the floor to ceiling boxing ball and with real sparring and competing.
Adjusting the floor to ceiling ball to the preferred height is very important.
The floor to ceiling ball height is adjustable by tightening or loosing one of the straps. You can not only adjust the height of the boxing ball, you can also adjust the tension with the straps. You need to play with the height and the tension of the straps until it is just how you like it as it is very much a personal preference. If you want to punch for more endurance you might have the ball higher. If you like to do a lot of varied punching combinations you may like adjusting the ball both higher and lower. Increasing the tension in the straps makes the speed ball react faster. Less tension makes the speed ball slower and bobble and bounce more.
The floor to ceiling boxing balls should never be over inflated as they need to have a little give in the ball when you punch it and also over inflating the speed ball with damage the bladder and the stitching in the ball so only use a hand pump and follow any instructions for inflation that come with the floor to ceiling boxing ball.
No doubt you will have hours of endless fun playing with your floor to ceiling boxing ball with all your favourite boxing combinations and attacks, defence and counterattacking as both your punches and reflexes become lightning fast.