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  • Eric
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    Great job ! Very smooth routine !

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  • Speedbag Seaweed Man
    Speed Bag Guru

  • Speedbag Seaweed Man
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    The posting of vids on this forum definitely does something to motivate and inspire me to strive upward in the art of speed bagging/punch drumming. I had no idea what punch drumming was until I started searching the forum. Getting to watch the fundamental skills as well as the advanced combinations of the forum baggers is definitely a privilege that Tim provided with this forum!!! What and priceless resource. Alan giving us so much input to compliment the things that are difficult to grasp in his book, is also something that is a great privilege on this forum!

    Keep on baggin and posting!!!
    Amen.

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  • swfl
    Speed Bag Guru

  • swfl
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    Good evening. Just going through the videos and came across this one again. Been working on this for a month now without much forward progress. After watching this a couple times in a row it seemed to click tonight. Not that I have it by any means, but did string a couple together. What an awesome video. Thank you

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  • novaspeedbagger
    Speed Bag Guru

  • novaspeedbagger
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    Originally posted by deano View Post
    how good was that,top mix and plenty of elbows,all in beat,shut the gate ,the horse has bolted.go Nova.
    Thanks alot mate! Still attempting the deano elbows, so one day I have a video using your style

    Originally posted by Heppsan View Post
    Thanks for the tip!!
    No problem!

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  • Heppsan
    Senior Member

  • Heppsan
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    Originally posted by novaspeedbagger View Post
    Thanks Hepp! I did a ton of reps with the four way elbows and if your interested in mastering this technique, I started with the promex 5x8 which doesn't have a super quick rebound. After awhile I began using the everlast Cp: xs slightly deflated which is a bit more forgiving. Than I just progressed at a comfortable speed until I feel the speed picking up naturally. Then, it was time to put the 4 way elbows to some music
    Thanks for the tip!!

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  • deano
    Australia's Elbow Wizard


  • deano
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    mr natural

    how good was that,top mix and plenty of elbows,all in beat,shut the gate ,the horse has bolted.go Nova.

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  • novaspeedbagger
    Speed Bag Guru

  • novaspeedbagger
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    Originally posted by Heppsan View Post
    Amazingly smooth elbows!!
    Thanks Hepp! I did a ton of reps with the four way elbows and if your interested in mastering this technique, I started with the promex 5x8 which doesn't have a super quick rebound. After awhile I began using the everlast Cp: xs slightly deflated which is a bit more forgiving. Than I just progressed at a comfortable speed until I feel the speed picking up naturally. Then, it was time to put the 4 way elbows to some music

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  • Heppsan
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  • Heppsan
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    Amazingly smooth elbows!!

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  • novaspeedbagger
    Speed Bag Guru

  • novaspeedbagger
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    Originally posted by metaldad View Post
    I thought I had commented on this one. Awesome job Kerry! You're definitely part of the punchdrumming elite!
    Thanks again Patrick! I believe you posted a comment on facebook! Thanks for watching!

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  • metaldad
    Speed Bag Guru

  • metaldad
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    I thought I had commented on this one. Awesome job Kerry! You're definitely part of the punchdrumming elite!

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  • Speedbag
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    Originally posted by paranday View Post
    So, does the wife hit the speed bag?
    Yes, she is can keep one going pretty well. Not bad at Punch Drumming either - but it isn't an addiction. She'd much rather be at a crap table or slot machine.

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  • paranday
    Speed Bag Guru

  • paranday
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    Originally posted by Speedbag View Post
    That's why I married a math teacher.....
    So, does the wife hit the speed bag?

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  • Speedbag
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    Originally posted by novaspeedbagger View Post
    Thanks G-Town! Yeah, Speed Bag II was a great experience and I guess I'm still experiencing it in a way. The vids from speed bag II kinda keep it alive in a way! I try your accented fist roll, but my hands get tangled up. One of these days I might get it mastered. The vert bagging Juxt style also has me stumped still. Oh and those double punch fist rolls Alan does seem impossible to me. Keep on baggin my friend!



    Thanks Alan! It took a lot of time practicing it to get it to to this point! I was in La. on vacation which is where is was last year when I joined this forum. I built and out door platform out there and it is a bit less lively than my home board. I took the opportunity to do a ton of reps with the 4 way elbow with the pro-mex 5x8. And then I progress to the quicker rebounding everlast bag. In that way, I was able to accomplish the 4 way elbow to the point of feeling very comfortable with it. I did practice it to music with out adding any other punches at first and finally I began to figure out a linking method to fit the bag beat to several songs. I think it is en echo rhythm to a 7 beat fist roll. That is, if you follow the 4 way with an outward Elbow-fist and link back with the rear straight punch, but I'm not really sure yet. I'm just feeling it not counting it during the song.
    Follow your ears and sense of rhythm. I wouldn't worry about "counting it" if it feels and sounds right.

    (That's why I married a math teacher..... I can't count well or add fractions and I thought that would be important at some piont in time.. )

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  • novaspeedbagger
    Speed Bag Guru

  • novaspeedbagger
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    Speed Bag II definitely helped

    Originally posted by G-Town View Post
    Novas- Way to go... You took some nice moves from SBII. Work on with your bad self. You make 'Speedy T' smile. Bags up!
    Thanks G-Town! Yeah, Speed Bag II was a great experience and I guess I'm still experiencing it in a way. The vids from speed bag II kinda keep it alive in a way! I try your accented fist roll, but my hands get tangled up. One of these days I might get it mastered. The vert bagging Juxt style also has me stumped still. Oh and those double punch fist rolls Alan does seem impossible to me. Keep on baggin my friend!

    Originally posted by Speedbag View Post
    Amazing performance. You're making it look way too easy.. and that is a very difficult combo (well, for Some people..)
    Thanks Alan! It took a lot of time practicing it to get it to to this point! I was in La. on vacation which is where is was last year when I joined this forum. I built and out door platform out there and it is a bit less lively than my home board. I took the opportunity to do a ton of reps with the 4 way elbow with the pro-mex 5x8. And then I progress to the quicker rebounding everlast bag. In that way, I was able to accomplish the 4 way elbow to the point of feeling very comfortable with it. I did practice it to music with out adding any other punches at first and finally I began to figure out a linking method to fit the bag beat to several songs. I think it is en echo rhythm to a 7 beat fist roll. That is, if you follow the 4 way with an outward Elbow-fist and link back with the rear straight punch, but I'm not really sure yet. I'm just feeling it not counting it during the song.

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  • Speedbag
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    Amazing performance. You're making it look way too easy.. and that is a very difficult combo (well, for Some people..)

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