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  • Speedbag
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    Originally posted by Alex Skylakos View Post
    Thanks once again for the advice Mr. Kahn. Your right about the Promex being hard on the hands. My hands tend to get a little beat up from hitting it so I wind up wearing gloves. Yea, just starting out so I have a ways yet to go but am enthusiastic to say that The Speed Bag bible should be landing at my house any day now. Ordered it off of Amazon. Looking forward to watching your lessons and putting in the hard work to take the bagging to the next level.
    thanks. Sorry you didn't order off the forum via PM. It would have been less expensive and I could had written personal note to you inside.

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  • Alex Skylakos
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    Thanks once again for the advice Mr. Kahn. Your right about the Promex being hard on the hands. My hands tend to get a little beat up from hitting it so I wind up wearing gloves. Yea, just starting out so I have a ways yet to go but am enthusiastic to say that The Speed Bag bible should be landing at my house any day now. Ordered it off of Amazon. Looking forward to watching your lessons and putting in the hard work to take the bagging to the next level.

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  • paranday
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    I just know it sounds great.

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  • Speedbag
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    Originally posted by Alex Skylakos View Post
    Quick practice vid of me hitting my newer, smaller bag. Still a lil rough around the edges but parctice makes perfect.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Xhb...ature=youtu.be

    Originally posted by Alex Skylakos View Post
    Thanks guys.The brand I think is called ProMex. It's a pretty good bag. Has some nice bounce to it. I'm not a very tall dude so standing at only 5'6 with a smaller frame and hands, I find the smaller bags are easier for me to manage. They take lots less energy and force for me to keep going.

    "Caution: speed bags in the mirror are larger than they appear"



    That does appear to be a yellow 8x5 promex. Personally I have found promex bags to be heavier and hard on the hands than other bags of the same size, however they do take a whooping and rarely object. I've have yet to bust one or seen it done.

    You combinations are awesome. I saw lots of variety. At times a little shaky on control for you speed up and down at times, and to me it is because you are trying go fast by hitting hard and swinging a bit from the shoulders, but that's just me. but all in all an awesome display of skill!. I particularly like your double bumping of the lead fists of the Front Double Punches at 1:05 to 1:08. A nice touch.


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  • Alex Skylakos
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    Lmao!

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  • Del-Striking
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    Originally posted by Alex Skylakos View Post
    Thanks guys.The brand I think is called ProMex. It's a pretty good bag. Has some nice bounce to it. I'm not a very tall dude so standing at only 5'6 with a smaller frame and hands, I find the smaller bags are easier for me to manage. They take lots less energy and force for me to keep going.
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    Me too, and my eyes aren't blue either. Lol

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  • Zaza
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    Originally posted by Alex Skylakos View Post
    Thanks guys.The brand I think is called ProMex. It's a pretty good bag. Has some nice bounce to it. I'm not a very tall dude so standing at only 5'6 with a smaller frame and hands, I find the smaller bags are easier for me to manage. They take lots less energy and force for me to keep going.
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    5'6" (me too!) is very respectable... I might say the best height ever!
    Is that bag somewhere around 8x5 / 9x6? Those are my favs.

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  • Alex Skylakos
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    Thanks guys.The brand I think is called ProMex. It's a pretty good bag. Has some nice bounce to it. I'm not a very tall dude so standing at only 5'6 with a smaller frame and hands, I find the smaller bags are easier for me to manage. They take lots less energy and force for me to keep going.
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  • Del-Striking
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    Nice work Alex, you kept that little bag moving nicely, elbows are coming along good too. What kinda bag did go with?

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  • fedora
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    Thats some really good baggin. thanks for putting it up.

    fedora

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  • Alex Skylakos
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    Thanks guys.

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  • rehamco1
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    Like the side to side nice video thanks for posting

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  • swfl
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    Nice.. Thanks for posting.

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  • Alex Skylakos
    started a topic Quick practice vid.

    Quick practice vid.

    Quick practice vid of me hitting my newer, smaller bag. Still a lil rough around the edges but parctice makes perfect.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Xhb...ature=youtu.be
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