We’ve all been there – you’re supposed to go to the gym today but it’s pouring down outside and showing no signs of letting up. You could let this session slide and spend the day watching TV instead, or you could be productive and find a punching bag for your home to avoid this situation the next time this happens.
Even if you can’t (or aren’t allowed to) hang a punching bag, there’s no problem. There are a ton of free standing punching bags available, and we’ve sifted through them to bring you the best of the best.
Best Free Standing Punching Bag – Comparison Table
Below, you’ll find a table showing our top recommendations and a couple of their specifications. This gives you a brief overview of the products we’ll be reviewing, but relax, we’ll cover them in more detail shortly.
|Product Name||Maximum Height||Weight|
|Everlast Freestanding Reflex Bag||64”||130 pounds|
|Century Aerobic Wavemaster||65.5”||170 pounds|
|Everlast Omniflex Free Standing Heavy Bag||67”||130 pounds|
|Century BOB Body Opponent Training Bag||78”||270 pounds|
Now that you’ve had a look at each product, we’ll be taking a closer look at them, examining their strengths and weaknesses, and trying to find the person that they’d be best suited for. Without further ado, let’s begin with the Everlast Freestanding Reflex Bag.