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Most had wood framing attached to the walls and the speed bag rack attached to the wood. I’ve seen the wooden frames hung either horizontally or vertically, usually made of 2×4 or 2×6, and the speed bag unit wall framing attached to them The wood is usually attached by heavy duty concrete anchors of some type, mulberry purse like molly bolts or toggle bolts. Y mulberry purse ou can see them here:The wood attaches to the concrete blocks and the speed bag framing attaches to the wood and the b mulberry purse olts or attachment screws also go into the concrete or at least the main corner and center attachment bolts should. You may need a “wall hanging professional” to help align it all up for you’ll probably need some fairly precise measu mulberry purse rements to make all the holes, plastic wall anchors and bolts to line up.

Be sure to keep all the wood bracking and speed bag framing level.

I hope this helps. Sorry I can’t be more specific but I have not personally hung a speed bag unit on concrete blocks.

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Here are my questions. I was wondering if I should go with something different or what you think is the best adjustable platform you can buy regardless of price. Also, you said in your dvd to drill holes to attach the swivel and on this platform it doesn’t lo mulberry purse ok like that will be possible so what is your recommendation.

Now as far as the swivel you recommended the everlast ballhook which is now plastic. I can’t seem to find the two piece metal one anywhere. Do you know where I can find it or another swivel that mulberry purse has the same quality and function.

My last question is about speed bags. What are the highest quality fastest speed bags I can buy that meets your criteria as far as shape, etc. So basically with price not being an issue which speed bags would you recommend based on your personal preference in 8x mulberry purse 5, 9×6, 10×7, and 11×8?

Oh and one last thing. I wanted to purchase your 4 video training tapes on dvd which I can’t find. I appreciate the compliment. It is not that hard once you understand how the speed bag works. You can do it! For a little more Now to answer some of your questions.

(Question 1) I was wondering if I should go with something different or what you think is the best adjustable platform you can buy regardless of price.

: That looks to be a very nice unit. I have not personally used the V model wall units like this, but I imagine they are fine. You do not say what you need it for, meaning if it will be used mostly by one or two people, or will it be used in a high traffic multi user club. I honestly believe the shown price ($799.00) for an adustable wall unit is a little high. There are many fine adjustable wall units for a lot less money. I have included a few links for you. I like the variable adjustment ability, meaning there are no pre set drilled holes in the vertical adjustment poles.)Any of these listed will be fine for you.

(Question 2) you said in your dvd to drill holes to attach the swivel and on this platform it doesn’t look like that will be possible so what is your recommendation.

: That is true, I like to bolt the swivel to the board. the small screws that come with most swivels just seem to work loose, particularly after a lot of punching. But some wall units (like the V mount style of your link) and many freestanding frames do not allow for the swivel holes to drilled all the way through because of the metal framing in the center, over the wood that attaches to the board. If that is the case, then just use the screws and hope for the best. I can’t seem to find the two piece metal one anywhere. Do you know where I can find it or another swivel that has t mulberry purse he same quality and function.

: I share you lament, and curse the day that they began messing with a perfectly good swivel. The old model 4440 ballhook was a great swivel for many many years. I noticed in the mid 1990’s this swivel was being “worked on”, and modified. different shank size, different hook design, etc. In my opinion, Each adaption made it worse. Now it has been scraped for a plastic ball hook. I don’t know why this happened, But I suspect it is about money, such as reducing production cost and boosting profits. I don’t think it was not about increasing quality. I do not know any sources for the old two piece ball hook. All of my contacts are out of it also. I like the swivel action but the bag tends to float off the bar, or slide down it. That is why I recommend the tape.

Question 4) My next question is about speed bags. What are the highest quality fastest speed bags I can buy that meets your criteria as far as shape, etc

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First ,I’m using an Everlast 24″ platform (the crappy particle board one) I would like to use a thicker piece of wood to make it more secure. I noticed that you recomend table tops. Did you change the mounting screws? (the screws that fasten the platform to the arms) Because they don’t look like they could handle a very thick piece of wood in addition to the particle board platform.

Well that’s it for my questions tonight.

I have a question regarding Speed Bag Bl mulberry purse adder changing. I train Shooto (MMA) in Tokyo and recently got back into doing Speedbag training again. I was using an Everlast 4200 but one of our fighters over inflated it and it’s out of commision. So I replaced it with a Bodymaker Speedbag and I really prefer the Everlast one. So I will order bladders and replace the popped one.

In the meantime I removed the old bladder and tried to do a patch job. Didn’t work out but it was really a challenge to slip the nozzle back through the hole in the bottom on the bag.

Is there some secret to this? It seems really hard.

Any tips would be appreciated.

And thanks for your time. It’s great that guys like you are offering help and advice.

You are describing the very reason I always buy 2 or 3 bags at a time. the most irritating thing about speed bags is messing with the bladder. If the hole is in the SEAM of the bladder, forget it. As best I remember, ( haven’t done this in a while.) I would attach the needle to the pump, and stick it through the bag hole. Then I would put the bladder into the bag and stick the needle into the bag, and pump it up about 25 40%. ( I found it was easier to seat the bladder when it was somewhat blown up.) then I would push the bladder down and let the inserted needle help guide the nozzle to the hole. Then I would finish blowing it up pretty full and let the pressure of the air inside put pressure on the bladder to help seat the valve and let the glue dry. Otherwise, you can’t keep enough pressure on the bladder to keep the nozzle poked out while the glue dries.

I remember trying the is in the early days by holding the air nozzle with a pair of needle nose pliers to pull it tight as the glue dried. But air does it a lot easier.

Hope that helps you out. I bought some that were an inch or so longer to go through the extra wood. (In the picture on mulberry purse my site that is actually plywood, not a table top. Table tops are good for creating a rebound board from scratch, but not as easy as plywood to “add on” to another board.)

answer 1B: I drilled out the holes a little wider in the board, widening the end where the square bolt head fits in. It doesn’t have to be perfect if it is not being counter sunk to a specific depth.

Second, I noticed on your website that you seem to leave the black particle board side facing down after you have modified the platform (adding the table top) Is it possible or better to place the table top surface facing down (of course after sanding it smooth and varnishing it)

Answer 2: I think I would work either way, but I left the black particle board down, since that was the original circular board, and the plywood on top wasn’t cut to shape. It was actually just roughed out to go on top and add weight. I also used the black board f mulberry purse or the underneath shots in my teaching video. It gave a nice contrast against the bag. I have other lighter rebound boards that did not look as good. But for non video training, the color wouldn’t matter.

Answer 3: Actually that is a great question. I DO use a level whenever possible. Without a level, it can be difficult to get it close to straight, so I normally use one, resting on top. AFter it is tightened down, you can put the level up against the under surface to make sure it is level. Newer, more expensive units have both side of the vertical mounts moving together a mulberry purse nd it is easier to get them level, but I DO suggest using a level if you know how and one is available. I think it makes a more reliable workout when the board is level.