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    As you all may know, over the two and a half years of development of the film "Art of the Bag", I have hundreds of hours of footage...and a LOT of it didn't end up in the film. There's some interesting stuff in there, so I thought I'd start editing some of it into individual short films. Here's the first, hope you all enjoy & please continue to spread word....

    Thank you all for your continued support!
    Art of the Bag - A Speed Bag Story
    http://www.artofthebag.com

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    awesome! thanks.

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    • #3
      Nice Joe, really nice.

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      • #4
        Ahhhh, the sweet repetitive pitter patter of a speed bag can take away the stresses of the day, as well.

        Awesome, Joe! And very informative, Alan. The speed bag is so underrated.
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        • #5
          art of the bag short film

          Very interesting film. I was wondering if the speedbag is being aggressively recommended as therapy for parkinson's? Would the speedbag be beneficial for kids and adults with aggression issues? Joe

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          • #6
            Originally posted by drag-on389 View Post
            Very interesting film. I was wondering if the speedbag is being aggressively recommended as therapy for parkinson's? Would the speedbag be beneficial for kids and adults with aggression issues? Joe
            It sure is!
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            Art of the Bag - A Speed Bag Story
            http://www.artofthebag.com

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            • #7
              art of the bag short films

              Originally posted by Zaza View Post
              It sure is!
              Rock Steady Boxing: http://www.rocksteadyboxing.org/
              Yeah they are doing a good job and they have a training camp for those that are interested in learning their training program, they are currently only in a few states.

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              • #8
                Thanks for posting Joe. Keep them coming. Alan... Great job as always!

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Zaza View Post
                  As you all may know, over the two and a half years of development of the film "Art of the Bag", I have hundreds of hours of footage...and a LOT of it didn't end up in the film. There's some interesting stuff in there, so I thought I'd start editing some of it into individual short films. Here's the first, hope you all enjoy & please continue to spread word....

                  Thank you all for your continued support!
                  Thank you Joe and Alan. Would be nice if THE Art of the Bag and the shorts could somehow get into the hospital board rooms and then maybe some would get into the rehabs. I have been discussing the speed bag with the patients and staff at rehab when I go with my Joe for his rehab on his knee.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by drag-on389 View Post
                    Yeah they are doing a good job and they have a training camp for those that are interested in learning their training program, they are currently only in a few states.
                    Our own bag master, Speedy Tommy T was supposed to go to their training camp in August. I don't know if he did but he was planning on it.

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                    Here he is when his hair was more Samson like. BIG man. Big Heart Awesome on the bag.



                    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TKmv-ZDHI98
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Zaza View Post
                      As you all may know, over the two and a half years of development of the film "Art of the Bag", I have hundreds of hours of footage...and a LOT of it didn't end up in the film. There's some interesting stuff in there, so I thought I'd start editing some of it into individual short films. Here's the first, hope you all enjoy & please continue to spread word....




                      Thank you all for your continued support!

                      I've posted links on this before In previous discussions on the topic, but here are a few new ones also.

                      Into the groove: Can rhythm influence parkinsons disease
                      http://www.sciencedirect.com/science...49763413001930


                      A brain for Rhythm
                      http://www.the-scientist.com/?articl...in-for-Rhythm/


                      Rhythmic entrainment intervention
                      http://latitudes.org/rhythmic-entrainment-intervention/


                      Rhythmic rehabilitation and Autism
                      http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3610079/

                      Rhythm effect on motor movements when going faster or slower?
                      http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3804471/

                      Getting the beat.
                      http://www.cogneurosociety.org/getting_the_beat/

                      Music Therapy and Parkinsons
                      http://www.epda.eu.com/en/parkinsons...nd-parkinsons/


                      Jessica Grahn (major researcher and musician)
                      http://academic.research.microsoft.c.../jessica-grahn


                      Center for Biomedical Research in Music (CBRM) ( Dr. Michael Thaut)
                      http://cbrm.colostate.edu/research/

                      For fun:

                      movement synchronization to a beat in nonhumans (birds)
                      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ERpIW...e=channel_page

                      nonhuman experiment explained: (* hint: The ability to produce speech has something to do with it rhythmic synchronization)

                      http://www.nsi.edu/~ani/Patel_Iverse...nt_Biology.pdf


                      I could do this for hours……I’ve got hundreds of links and the proof seems overwhelming.
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                      • #12
                        What a great video! This is going to come in handy in the spring. A few days ago our local paper had an article on Ping Pong and the benefits of it for those with Parkinsons. I emailed the woman who wrote it and told her about how speedbagging is also great and it doesn't require a partner. I also sent her a link to Dee's latest video, showing her how good women can be on it.

                        She answered me back and was very impressed with Dee's video and the whole speedbagging skill set. She said she wanted to do an article on it in the spring as she had other things in the works at present. So this video will be great as a follow up when she gets ready to write it.

                        fedora

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                        • #13
                          Thanks Joe and Alan. I can see where the speedbag could be used as rhythmically patterned movement training for Parkinson's especially in conjunction with punch drumming. Like Alan says it's something you can do at home. Activities like this breathe new life into our brain cells. For those of you that have a relative suffering mental decline THERE IS HOPE. Joe
                          Last edited by drag-on389; 10-30-2014, 12:36 PM. Reason: spelling

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by fedora View Post
                            What a great video! This is going to come in handy in the spring. A few days ago our local paper had an article on Ping Pong and the benefits of it for those with Parkinsons. I emailed the woman who wrote it and told her about how speedbagging is also great and it doesn't require a partner. I also sent her a link to Dee's latest video, showing her how good women can be on it.

                            She answered me back and was very impressed with Dee's video and the whole speedbagging skill set. She said she wanted to do an article on it in the spring as she had other things in the works at present. So this video will be great as a follow up when she gets ready to write it.

                            fedora
                            ...Wow that's great to hear fedora, We can't get enough news out to the public on the benefits of speed bagging. Thanks fedora. And thanks Zaza for giving us the chance to view your unused footage from the film, BTW we could never get enough of Alan's preaching of the bag, Talk on alan, Talk on

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by ventanakaz View Post
                              ...Wow that's great to hear fedora, We can't get enough news out to the public on the benefits of speed bagging. Thanks fedora. And thanks Zaza for giving us the chance to view your unused footage from the film, BTW we could never get enough of Alan's preaching of the bag, Talk on alan, Talk on
                              Yes... Please, everyone, help to spread the word on speed bagging. Post & share the video and links to the web sites. Good work Fedora, lets hope she follows through.

                              ...and Ralph... believe me, I have HOURS of Alan talking speed bag...plenty more to come!
                              Art of the Bag - A Speed Bag Story
                              http://www.artofthebag.com

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