Tennis Ball Punching Bags - Boxing & Martial Arts Training Equipment

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Tennis Ball Punching Bags - Boxing & Martial Arts Training Equipment

Tennis ball punching bags are used by martial artists in order to improve hand-eye coordination, punching speed, accuracy, etc. This martial arts training tool is usually hand-made and consists of a tennis ball attached to a rope or string. A tennis ball punching bag is generally hung from the ceiling in order to practice various punching drills.

This training tool can also be used as a kicking bag in order to improve kicking accuracy and timing. Another variation of the tennis ball punching bag is the tennis ball double end bag.

For information on other martial arts training tools (i.e. Thai Pads and Makiwara), please visit the main Martial Arts Training Equipment section.

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