Free standing punching bag targets are a great idea when you are unable to hang a punching bag to a sturdy overhead beam or to a wall mounted punching bag hanger or a boxing station stand.

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6ft high Ki Max and Morgan with numbers free standing punching bags are ideal for light personal use at home or in the gym and are the two most popular brands with free standing punching bag targets.

Before you decide that a free standing punching bag target is a good option for the way you like to workout, it is important that you read the full information page of the products very carefully, as there are specific instructions on the correct use of the free standing targets.

Basically with free standing targets you will never be able to slam or hit them as hard as you can like you can with a bag you can hang.

Although the free standing punch bags are high quality and very well made they are still not going to be as tough and as durable as a good quality punching bag that you can hang and bang. Also free standing punching bags are much more expensive than a hanging punching bag but if you cannot find a way of hanging a bag then your best alternative is to use a free standing bag target and learn to work within their limitations as to how hard you can hit them.

Do not get the wrong idea just because free stand bags are not as good as a bag you can hang that they are not useful. In fact free standing targets are brilliant for fast light fitness boxing to build and improve your speed, endurance, technique, timing and accuracy which are some of the best skills a fighter can develop.

The main differences between the Morgan free standing punching bag (PB-26) and the Ki Max Punch Master (B237N-PM) is the PB-26 Morgan bag has a spring loaded shaft so when punched it bends and rebounds back, while the KiMax bag has a rigid shaft that does not bend so the impact is absorbed in the foam.

Many fighters like the PB-26 rebound action as they can also train their timing more for fighting.
People who practise boxing just for fitness training usually prefer the Ki Max Punch Master as it is a stationery target and is easier to hit and feels more solid because it does not bend and rebound when hit.
The Ki Max also has more hitting area as the foam goes right down to the base where as the PB-26 has a cover at the bottom to cover the shaft so the foam does not go all the way down.
Both the Ki Max and Morgan bags are good quality so it just mainly depends whether you want to work on your timing and fitness with the PB-26 Morgan rebound action or you just want to concentrate on fitness training with the B237N-PM Ki Max that is easier to hit and feels more solid because the shaft does not bend.

The Morgan free standing torso shape human dummy punching bags also have the same spring loaded shaft rebound action as the Morgan 6ft free standing bag with numbers so you can train your timing as well as your accuracy on a more human shape target.

The free standing boxing balls are for very light personal use only and also bend and rebound.

Never leave any free standing target in an area where unsupervised irresponsible people may miss use them by trying to slam them as hard as they can.

The free standing bag for juniors is for very light use indeed and is only good for real small under 8 year old kids with supervised training only so they can be taught not push with their striking as the bag will move about.

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