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Train your boxing skills with slam man

Jan 11, 2008
We often use dummies to practice boxing, usually just bags with sand hanging on a rope. They are good for training your punches, but you would need an instructor that will aid you to train effectively and not just continuously punch in one place. If you think that you do not need an instructor, or just do not want to pay for his services - then this boxing trainer can be a useful purchase.

Slam Man is not just usual boxing dummy. It is made in form that looks like a human target and with help of many LED indicators can train your boxing with no need to human trainers. Its base is filled with 100 kg of sand, so you'll not be afraid to knock it on the floor. Of course, this dummy is damn heavy, but once it is installed, why would you want to move it? Stability first!

When LEDs light up, you will know that this is where you must hit. When you hit it in the right place, the other LED lights up and so on. This device comes with workout video and pair of boxing gloves, so everything you will need is in one box. And with adjustable height, you can simulate every situation you need, from fighting a dwarf to fighting a giant.

The human boxing instructor is the always better idea if you want to box professionally, but for just 250 dollars, this Slam Man device can be a fine replacement if you are just an amateur boxer. Moreover, it is a good stress relief method after a busy and hard day. Just pin your enemy's photo on head of this dummy, then add a bit of imagination - and you can punch him for every ugly word he said.
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» posted by: Carlos / Apr 02, 2011 12:08 AM
Where i can buy my Slam Man in the USA???
» posted by: Paul Longcock / Oct 11, 2010 05:55 AM
this product sucks i have had it for 3 days and it broke like 5 time....fuck you slam man! suck it fagget
» posted by: hazel / Jun 20, 2010 07:31 PM
where can I get the slam man in the united states
» posted by: chase / Jan 20, 2010 08:00 AM
were do you buy it?
» posted by: taylor / May 21, 2009 03:26 PM
haha i love boxing now
» posted by: Asad / Feb 26, 2009 01:14 AM
I just got my slam man and ive been putting sand in it for an hour and im not even a quarter of the way ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
» posted by: Dianekkdi / Oct 13, 2008 03:48 PM
I've had my Slam Man for over 6 years. I love it. It is great for stress relief. No pinned papers necessary. Good rock n' roll is a fun addition.
Unfortunately, I spent a year unable to work out. Now that my health is returning and I'm looking to pick back up on my work out, I found I should not have left batteries in my Slam Man as he stood unused on the lanai. We know that....I should have known that.
I'm looking to replace the battery terminal. I think he'll be fine after I do that.
Great machine.
» posted by: Unknown / Jan 12, 2008 06:34 PM
So beautiful!
» posted by: wayne / Jan 11, 2008 11:13 PM
this is just a work out toy.
you will not be a better boxer.

boxing is form and technique. which you cannot improve upon with this alone.

get a coach
» posted by: M. / Jan 11, 2008 10:31 AM

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