This piece of equipment is still your best bang for the buck. You will be able to remove the torso for ground fighting. It’s a stand alone unit, so all you need to do is fill the base with water or sand and you’re good to go.
MMA Punching Bag
This is a decent alternative. However you will still need to hang it and depending on where you live, this might not be an option. The obvious advantages is that it can be used for ground fighting as well.
Tear Drop Bag
If you have a place to hang it, I would choose this over a heavy bag because you can practice the Ear Box, Eye Gouge, Knee Strike combination on this as well as the saddle kick and other SDTS strikes.
Heavy Bag (Lifting)
This is what I used in SDTS Module 10. It’s Cheap and it’s heavy enough to lift but don’t bother hitting it, it’s far too light.
For SDTS Module 6 Body Conditioning. Fill with marbles or glass beads. DON’T fill with sand, it will leak.
If you already have a heavy bag, try strapping one of these to it with a tie down or rubber band.
If you don’t want to spring for the Target Head, no problem, fasten one of these to your heavy bag to create a Chin target.
It’s cheap, it works and it has a bell. (I’m told it can be used to time eggs as well)
Ping Pong Paddle (If you don’t know what this is for, I’m not telling you)
10 Pound Medicine Ball
20 Pound Medicine Ball
Where do I buy the Century Bob?
Just click the link above – you can get them on Amazon.
Not sure if you created a run on these products but almost every link I clicked on said they were out of stock on Amazon.
Yeah – IDK, people are gearing up.
Thanks for creating the list. I was thinking of asking for such information. About the Table Tennis bat, I know what it is normally for, but what is the purpose regarding training? Is it so we can train to become World class Ping Pong players so we can get invited backstage after a match in China to Winnie the Poo and turn him into stiff shit?
Thanks for creating the list. I was thinking of asking for such information. About the Table Tennis bat, I know what it is normally for, but what is the purpose regarding training? Is it so we can train to become World class Ping Pong players so we can get invited backstage after a match in China to see Winnie the Poo and turn him into stiff shit?
Sorry for the duplicate posting Damian. I had trouble submitting it. Please would you delete this and the duplicate?
Great list! Does anyone have any thoughts about buying/training with the Century BOB XL or the standard Century BOB? The BOB XL is obviously more expensive but I am not sure if anyone noticed a significant difference in training with the BOB XL or if doesn’t really matter.
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