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  • metaldad
    Speed Bag Guru
    • Apr 2007
    • 1514

    Next in line

    Had to get my oldest in on the fun. I think a trend is starting.

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  • TJ_MaTee
    Senior Member

     
    • Nov 2009
    • 316

    #2
    That was awesome MD! She was getting her timing down by the end of the clip.
    Maybe you and BT could get your daughters together on the truck somtime doing
    a double baggin' routine, it would be serioiusly cool!
    T.J. MaTEE'[/U][/U] u:

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    • spinsmashpop
      Speed Bag Wizard

      • Nov 2008
      • 1081

      #3
      Very cool Metaldad!
      Family style baggin'! Gotta dig it!
      Some people would think we are all insane! haha....

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      • biguglybear
        Member
        • Mar 2010
        • 72

        #4
        I think I've got some competition! I better get to work.

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        • MsDeville
          Senior Member

          • Oct 2009
          • 1301

          #5
          By George, I think she's got it!

          Great little practice session there, MD. If she plays some tunes with a good solid beat, she'll be owning that bag in no time!
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          • deano
            Australia's Elbow Wizard

            • Jun 2009
            • 224

            #6
            memories

            hey MD,brings back memories,did the same with my kids.The oldest girl has just
            moved back home after 3yrs and has been out in the shed a couple of times.its
            like riding a bike, you dont forget ,just a bit rusty.hope your little one keeps at it
            makes for a good father daughter thing.deano

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            • Biff
              Speed Bag Wizard

              • Feb 2008
              • 1190

              #7
              MD, I think it's great you're getting your kids interested at such an early age. It's a great way to have dad-kid time and get a little exercise at the same time. You have a great looking family (well, except maybe for Dad )

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              • metaldad
                Speed Bag Guru
                • Apr 2007
                • 1514

                #8
                Originally posted by TJ_MaTee View Post
                That was awesome MD! She was getting her timing down by the end of the clip.
                Maybe you and BT could get your daughters together on the truck somtime doing
                a double baggin' routine, it would be serioiusly cool!
                That would be crazy!

                Originally posted by spinsmashpop View Post
                Very cool Metaldad!
                Family style baggin'! Gotta dig it!
                Some people would think we are all insane! haha....
                Ain't it great? Yes we are all insnae but this type of insanity I like!

                Originally posted by biguglybear View Post
                I think I've got some competition! I better get to work.
                Better look out! She'd got a mean right cross!

                Originally posted by MsDeville View Post
                By George, I think she's got it!

                Great little practice session there, MD. If she plays some tunes with a good solid beat, she'll be owning that bag in no time!
                Yes she will! I'm hoping to get her and her brother out with me more often. The baby still isn't ready yet!

                Originally posted by deano View Post
                hey MD,brings back memories,did the same with my kids.The oldest girl has just
                moved back home after 3yrs and has been out in the shed a couple of times.its
                like riding a bike, you dont forget ,just a bit rusty.hope your little one keeps at it
                makes for a good father daughter thing.deano
                Thanks deano! It really does make for some quality time together! their faces light up when I tell them to put on their shoes and come with me! Gets them away from the WII!

                Originally posted by Biff View Post
                MD, I think it's great you're getting your kids interested at such an early age. It's a great way to have dad-kid time and get a little exercise at the same time. You have a great looking family (well, except maybe for Dad )
                Thanks Biff. Hey, somebody had to break the ugly curse!
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                • Tim
                  Administrator and Founder of SpeedBagForum.com


                  • Jan 2006
                  • 3448

                  #9
                  That's great MD, gotta start them young!

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                  • Speedbag
                    Author of the Speed Bag Bible, founder of speedbagcentral.com

                    • Feb 2006
                    • 7118

                    #10
                    Now there is the pure joy of speed bagging. She'll be telling people all her life about the memories of her dad teaching her the speed bag.

                    Love the kid vids. They are the next generation and just so darn cute.

                    Great video, MD.
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                    • paranday
                      Speed Bag Guru
                      • Sep 2009
                      • 2515

                      #11
                      Originally posted by Speedbag View Post
                      Now there is the pure joy of speed bagging. She'll be telling people all her life about the memories of her dad teaching her the speed bag.
                      This is so true. I have an ongoing Google alert on the term "speed bag" and these kinds of stories pop up. Here's a recent one from a nun:

                      "...Sister Barbara Jean Laughlin’s father, a former boxer, kept a speed bag in the basement. As a girl, the future nun showed agility with her fists.

                      “He didn’t worry about me when I started to date,” she says. “He told me, ‘You can just give him a quick right if he gets too fresh.'"


                      You never forget the bag. Once bagged, always bagged.

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                      • Speedbag
                        Author of the Speed Bag Bible, founder of speedbagcentral.com

                        • Feb 2006
                        • 7118

                        #12
                        Originally posted by paranday View Post
                        This is so true. I have an ongoing Google alert on the term "speed bag" and these kinds of stories pop up. Here's a recent one from a nun:

                        "...Sister Barbara Jean Laughlin’s father, a former boxer, kept a speed bag in the basement. As a girl, the future nun showed agility with her fists.

                        “He didn’t worry about me when I started to date,” she says. “He told me, ‘You can just give him a quick right if he gets too fresh.'"


                        You never forget the bag. Once bagged, always bagged.

                        I LIKE IT! Good Phrase.

                        Speed Bag

                        Put a little Rhythm in YOUR workout!
                        *attendee: Every SB gathering so far!
                        The Quest Continues...
                        Hoping for another Gathering...


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                        The Art of the Bag

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