Speciality Punch Bags
Choose from a large variety of specially designed Morgan punching bag shapes including tear drop, wrecking ball, clench, human torso, uppercut focus master wall targets and horizontal and vertical angled punching bags. Buy 4 or more 10% off sale on now.
Here at the Universal Self Defence we fully understand how important it is to choose the right punching bag that is designed for your specific needs and is why we offer such a large range of Morgan punching bags to choose from.
All our speciality Morgan punch bags are commercial gym quality and are also are ideal for personal home use.
Apart from the traditional round cylinder shape Morgan punching bags Universal Self Defence also offers many different purpose built shapes and sizes within the Morgan speciality punch bags range which increases the hitting area and allows more angles in your striking combinations.
Punching Bags Shapes
Whilst the most popular punching bag shape is still the traditional round cylinder, there are many different purpose built punching bags shapes that are now very popular.
The main advantage of having different shaped punching bags is they provide more realistic striking angles for various punches, kicks and elbow and knee striking.
At Universal Self Defence you have some really well designed punching bags shapes such as teardrop, human torso, clinch bag, vertical & horizontal uppercut punch bags and the wrecking ball shape punching bags.
Unfilled Empty Punching Bags
Buying your specialty punching bag empty or unfilled when available is a great way to save on delivery costs and is extremely popular if you live in a remote country area where filled punching bags delivery cost can be expensive.
Filling Punching Bags
Filling the Morgan punching bags the same as is done in the Morgan warehouse is made easy as they all come with a wide zip top opening. The best way to fill punching bags is to pack down cut rags so the bag is firm all over with no air pockets.
Plenty of cut rags maybe available from your local clothing manufacturers so go to your local industrial estate or do a local google search.
Also you can rip up your old clothes, towels and sheets or go to a secondhand clothes store as often people take old clothes there that are not fit for resale.
If you want your punching bag to be lighter and softer you can pack some crumbled newspaper, old pillows and any foam pieces mixed with the cut rags mostly in the middle area.
If you want the punching bag to be heavier you can fill a small strong inner bag with sand and put that in the middle of your punching bag.
Never pack your punching bag with loose sand or sawdust, as it will become compact like cement which will stress the stitching in your punching bag and you really don’t want to be punching a bag that is as hard as concrete.