Boxing bags and kicking bags are used regularly in kickboxing and boxing and have lots of important differences and uses. 4-foot boxing bags or 6-foot kick bags, what do I need?
Boxers will use 4-foot bags, uppercut bags, bell bags, floor to ceiling bags and even speed balls. While kickboxers and muay thai practitioners will look for longer bags to allow low and high kicking drills.
While every bag is suitable for most uses, kick bags are normally more durable as they need to withstand a lot more force and impact. Don’t forget the important Halo Bag for technical work on uppercuts and hooks on straight bags.