TKO Off the Chain Heavy Bag

TKO Off the Chain Heavy Bag
TKO Off the Chain Heavy Bag
TKO Off the Chain Heavy Bag
TKO Off the Chain Heavy Bag
4.8/5

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4.8 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

Most punches are landed when your opponent is on the ground. Why not train that way?

The “Off the Chain” weight bag is a new option that can be used effectively – whether for combat or training strength, agility, or power.

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Product Summary & Specs

Most punches are landed when your opponent is on the ground. Why not train that way?

The “Off the Chain” weight bag is a new option that can be used effectively – whether for combat or training strength, agility, or power. The 50LB bag is mobile, rigid, and durable enough to be slammed, carried, punched, jumped on, jumped over, and even thrown. It is built for the intensity of training so that you can prepare for the intensity of competition.

Specifications:

  • Weight: 50LB
  • Dimensions: 36″ Long x 14″ Diameter
  • Heavy duty 2 piece shell design
  • 4 D-rings at the top and one at the bottom for mounting

Uses: Punch it, kick it, throw it, shoulder it, clean it, press it, squat it, pull it, run with it. The options are endless.

Color

Black

Weight

50 LB

Length

36"

Diameter

14"

GGR Reviews

TKO Off the Chain Heavy Bag
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GGR Builtscore: 4.8/5
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