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  • elitebag
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    Leaving some time to do what you want is very important.

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  • Speedbag
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    Originally posted by JanisPSimon View Post
    Hi to everyone here! Looking forward to learning and enjoying it here in this forum.
    Yep, this place is really going to the bags....

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  • ventanakaz
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    Originally posted by JanisPSimon View Post
    Hi to everyone here! Looking forward to learning and enjoying it here in this forum.
    ...welcome to the forum, i think you will find evrything you want to know about baggin hear...ralph

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  • ventanakaz
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    Originally posted by JanisPSimon View Post
    Hi to everyone here! Looking forward to learning and enjoying it here in this forum.
    ...welcome to the forum. everything that you want to know about baggin is here ;-)...ralph

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  • ventanakaz
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    Originally posted by JanisPSimon View Post
    Hi to everyone here! Looking forward to learning and enjoying it here in this forum.
    ...hello and welcome to the forum. everthing that you need to know about baggin is here enjoy ;-)...ralph

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  • ventanakaz
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    Originally posted by JanisPSimon View Post
    Hi to everyone here! Looking forward to learning and enjoying it here in this forum.
    ...welcome to the forum...ralph

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  • ventanakaz
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    Originally posted by JanisPSimon View Post
    Hi to everyone here! Looking forward to learning and enjoying it here in this forum.
    ...welcome to the forum...ralph

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  • JanisPSimon
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    Hi to everyone here! Looking forward to learning and enjoying it here in this forum.

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  • bagdaddy
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    Originally posted by ventanakaz View Post
    i love reading this stuff, very cool and good people on here with big hearts ;-) ...ralph
    Ditto from me Ralph!

    Bagdaddy

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  • bagdaddy
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    Originally posted by Speedbag View Post
    Yes, I agree and that is because of Tim's administration, as well as (I think) an unspoken respect among those who love and learn the speed bag. We all have dreadful mistakes and outakes on the cutting room floor, not shown in our posted video attempts. We also know that from time to time yet another member throws out an amazing combination that we had never seen yet, sending us off to our bags to attempt it ourselves, or pushes the punching speed limit beyond measure. I believe most of us truly respect each other and what we each bring under the board. It's a shared exerience.

    In a short time the speed bag and it's unlimited rhythmic potential will be featured in major stage productions and musicals. One day the big screen will also allow it's true potential to be unleased. And we here on the forum will applaud.
    Well stated Alan!

    Bagdadady

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  • ventanakaz
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    i love reading this stuff, very cool and good people on here with big hearts ;-) ...ralph

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  • Speedbag
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    Originally posted by bagdaddy View Post
    Thanks Alan! I have your 2 Hr Training Video..."The Speed Bag Bible." I am currently nailing down the very first lesson. My challenge, I know, is going to be learning the terminology as well as the moves. But I'm in no hurry, so I'm feeling pretty good about it.

    I want to make some platforms next year for the youth group at my church. I think it will be a good thing for them.

    Alan, you have accomplished a great thing by giving these moves names and making the DVDs so that the rest of the world can study and comprehend them. I want to say from my heart...Thank You!

    Bagdaddy
    Thanks, Bagdaddy. As I have said in the past, I did it all with the hope that there were people out there like you, that really would want to learn more about the speed bag than what some quick boxing interview showed them, and they would be willing to put in the time and effort if some form of equipment and training knowledge was available. Myself and another forum member (James Caher) that I know of had the very good fortune to stand by the side of a true master and learn directly from him. Not everyone is that fortunate.

    as for the challenge of learning the language and moves, don't worry. This is not a race, but a journey to be travelled at your own speed. Myself and other forum members are just a few keystokes away from helping you however we can. We WANT YOU TO LEARN this to the best of your ability.

    Originally posted by bagdaddy View Post
    ...I also want to say that this forum is without a doubt, the inspiration for me to speed bag as well as do what I can to further the sport. I think punch drumming is in it's infancy and is destined to become a highly sought-after skill by young and old alike. And it's going to be this forum that launches that movement...because of it's tasteful administration. I really. really appreciate the fact that no one here talks ugly, ridicules another or belittles in any way. There is healthy humor and banter on this forum as well as knowledge and information about speed bagging and punch drumming that cannot be found elsewhere. Thank you Tim for that!

    Bagdaddy
    Yes, I agree and that is because of Tim's administration, as well as (I think) an unspoken respect among those who love and learn the speed bag. We all have dreadful mistakes and outakes on the cutting room floor, not shown in our posted video attempts. We also know that from time to time yet another member throws out an amazing combination that we had never seen yet, sending us off to our bags to attempt it ourselves, or pushes the punching speed limit beyond measure. I believe most of us truly respect each other and what we each bring under the board. It's a shared exerience.

    In a short time the speed bag and it's unlimited rhythmic potential will be featured in major stage productions and musicals. One day the big screen will also allow it's true potential to be unleased. And we here on the forum will applaud.

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  • bagdaddy
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    Originally posted by Speedbag View Post
    Congratulations on your progess and welcome back, (..as if you ever really left). Don't worry a bit about "...hitting like you guys". Just do the best you can, that is all the speed bag ever asks of you. Many of us war torn baggers aren't near what we used to be, but the bag just smiles and says "hit me".

    Good luck, and I love your idea to make boards, etc and give it to family members. Very cool.
    Thanks Alan! I have your 2 Hr Training Video..."The Speed Bag Bible." I am currently nailing down the very first lesson. My challenge, I know, is going to be learning the terminology as well as the moves. But I'm in no hurry, so I'm feeling pretty good about it.

    I want to make some platforms next year for the youth group at my church. I think it will be a good thing for them.

    Alan, you have accomplished a great thing by giving these moves names and making the DVDs so that the rest of the world can study and comprehend them. I want to say from my heart...Thank You!

    I also want to say that this forum is without a doubt, the inspiration for me to speed bag as well as do what I can to further the sport. I think punch drumming is in it's infancy and is destined to become a highly sought-after skill by young and old alike. And it's going to be this forum that launches that movement...because of it's tasteful administration. I really. really appreciate the fact that no one here talks ugly, ridicules another or belittles in any way. There is healthy humor and banter on this forum as well as knowledge and information about speed bagging and punch drumming that cannot be found elsewhere. Thank you Tim for that!

    Bagdaddy

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  • Speedbag
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    Originally posted by bagdaddy View Post
    Hi guys. I hooked onto this old thread because I haven't been active on the forum for some time now. I'm sure you guys have forgotten me. I have been reading the forum...just not posting because I have been impatiently waiting for my rotator cuff to heal to the point that I could begin to learn how to speed bag. Well, I finally made it! It's been a struggle with my shoulder, but now I look forward to a snuggle with the speed bag.

    In case you can't tell, I'm excited about hitting the speed bag. Last month, my son and I made some platforms from some surplus 1-3/4" butcher block material. They include the Title Pro Swivels and Title speed bags. I'm giving them away for Christmas to my children and grandchildren.

    I hit the speed bag last month for the first time in my life. It's very exciting! I have noticed that it really, really makes my shoulder feel good! I did over do it a couple of times by hitting too hard and caused a little distress. But I let that recover over a couple of days and now I just do some smooth and easy bagging for a great workout on my shoulders. I love it! I don't see this old man ever hitting like you guys, but I'll probably keep trying anyway.

    I want to thank you guys for the words of encouragement so long ago and for the inspiration as well as knowledge that this forum contains.

    Bagdaddy
    Congratulations on your progess and welcome back, (..as if you ever really left). Don't worry a bit about "...hitting like you guys". Just do the best you can, that is all the speed bag ever asks of you. Many of us war torn baggers aren't near what we used to be, but the bag just smiles and says "hit me".

    Good luck, and I love your idea to make boards, etc and give it to family members. Very cool.

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  • bagdaddy
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    Well, I Finally Made It!

    Hi guys. I hooked onto this old thread because I haven't been active on the forum for some time now. I'm sure you guys have forgotten me. I have been reading the forum...just not posting because I have been impatiently waiting for my rotator cuff to heal to the point that I could begin to learn how to speed bag. Well, I finally made it! It's been a struggle with my shoulder, but now I look forward to a snuggle with the speed bag.

    In case you can't tell, I'm excited about hitting the speed bag. Last month, my son and I made some platforms from some surplus 1-3/4" butcher block material. They include the Title Pro Swivels and Title speed bags. I'm giving them away for Christmas to my children and grandchildren.

    I hit the speed bag last month for the first time in my life. It's very exciting! I have noticed that it really, really makes my shoulder feel good! I did over do it a couple of times by hitting too hard and caused a little distress. But I let that recover over a couple of days and now I just do some smooth and easy bagging for a great workout on my shoulders. I love it! I don't see this old man ever hitting like you guys, but I'll probably keep trying anyway.

    I want to thank you guys for the words of encouragement so long ago and for the inspiration as well as knowledge that this forum contains.

    Bagdaddy
    Last edited by bagdaddy; 12-03-2011, 10:20 AM.

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