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Everlast PowerCore Free Standing Heavy Bag


$120.00 Released January, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Stays stable, don't have to worry about tipping it over unless you body-tackle it. Nice impact absorption to keep you training without getting prematurely tired.

The Cons:Fitting the foam cylinder on the bag is very difficult, takes a lot of effort to squeeze everything into the bag. The water inside tends to shift a lot when hit. Instructions are a bit vague when describing the bolts for the flex plate.

The PowerCore Free Standing Heavy Bag is a mid-range freestanding bag for boxing and cross-training workouts at home or in a gym. While lacking the spring-action-response mechanism of the higher-end Everflex model, the PowerCore features a similar reinforced, high-density LDPE base that can be filled with enough water or sand to ensure stability.

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The bag utilizes a power transfer ring to further reduce base movement, and features shock-absorbing foam with a "Nevatear" shell. Everlast also offers a simpler, entry-level model, the Reflex Bag, for beginners or those wanting to focus on accuracy and timing.

Features

  • Freestanding
  • Nevatear technology
  • High-density LDPE base
  • Power transfer ring
  • 52"-65" height range
  • Approx. 250lbs when base filled with water or sand

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  • 2

    stays stable, don't have to worry about tipping it over unless you body-tackle it

  • 1

    nice impact absorption to keep you training without getting prematurely tired

Cons
  • 2

    fitting the foam cylinder on the bag is very difficult, takes a lot of effort to squeeze everything into the bag

  • 2

    the water inside tends to shift a lot when hit

  • 1

    instructions are a bit vague when describing the bolts for the flex plate

  • 1

    bolts need to be re-tightened occasionally

  • 1

    included gloves do little to protect your hands, poorly designed

  • 1

    stand is prone to snapping if you hit it too hard

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