SKLZ Speed Striker Accessoire d'entraînement cardio et agilité pour la boxe
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- Améliorez votre coordination entre les yeux et les mains tout en travaillant votre endurance cardio. Le Speed Striker met votre vitesse, votre réaction, votre rythme et votre précision à l'épreuve : des éléments clés pour réussir sur le terrain, le court ou le ring.
- Balle de frappe souple et sans risque lors d'une utilisation répétée
- Base de 5 lb maintenant le Speed Striker en place au cours de l'utilisation
- Ajustement possible de la tension afin d'augmenter ou de relâcher la tension pour les utilisateurs avancés ou débutants
- Blocage instantané du cordon pour fixer rapidement la balle de frappe et en ajuster la hauteur
- Mise en place possible quasiment partout
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Améliorez votre coordination entre les yeux et les mains tout en travaillant votre endurance cardio. Le Speed Striker met votre vitesse, votre réaction, votre rythme et votre précision à l'épreuve : des éléments clés pour réussir sur le terrain, le court ou le ring..Balle de frappe souple et sans risque lors d'une utilisation répétée.Base de 5 lb maintenant le Speed Striker en place au cours de l'utilisation.Ajustement possible de la tension afin d'augmenter ou de relâcher la tension pour les utilisateurs avancés ou débutants.Blocage instantané du cordon pour fixer rapidement la balle de frappe et en ajuster la hauteur.Mise en place possible quasiment partout
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le seul reproche , la boule selon moi est un poil trop petite ..sinon c'est un bon produit
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Flaws and Fixes: The reason so many of the adjusters don't work on this product is that they are made for a larger size cord than what the Speed Stryker comes with. You can fix that by using a binder clip under the adjuster or search for "cord lock" at a camping supply web site and replace it for about three bucks. I had one left over from a jacket that had a drawstring at the waist and it worked fine.
Pros: Easy to set up, adjustable height, hard to hit (as it should be), hooks easily to a pull up bar. Unlike the picture shown with the product, you should center it in the doorway. Develops focus, stores easily because it's small and the base is only five pounds. The tighter you make the cord, the faster it moves and there is enough cord that if it ever stretches out, I have a few feet of new cord to unwind.
Cons: The striking ball is actually a foam baseball. Practical and readily available, but the "stitching" in the ball bothers me. It will improve your timing and speed but you might get bored eventually because there isn't much you can do with it. I'm not fond of putting a screw through my door frame to hang it from, even if the hole will be small. And the adjuster problem that so many people seem to have is an issue.
General: You can fine tune the tension. There is a knot tied at loop where it connects to the door frame; just pull the cord through and tie another knot. For $40 it's an OK addition to my workout gear. It's more practical than a double ended speed bag so it's better for the general public. I wish they added a scissor type hook that would grip the door trim so you didn't have to put a screw in the door frame. If it cost about $25 and the adjuster worked, I'd give it five stars.
I used it to train my striking reflexes initially, and it was great for that. You have to be fast to hit the baseball sized sphere of dense foam, and really need to lead it. Adjusting the height of the ball changes the speed and frequency the ball moves at, which keeps you from getting used to the timing of the ball like a normal speed bag. It will hit you back if you stand close enough, but not enough to hurt much. That's good for practicing dodging and slipping punches. That leads into the defensive exercises you can do with this reflex trainer.
The real utility of this simple training aid hit me when I decided to learn to hit it from side-to-side with my palm and back of hand in rhythm. This let me practice defensive blocking and parrying while building even faster reflexes overall. I now both strike and block the ball at will as it swings in all directions at me to practice defense and offense at the same time. That's when my reflexes really took off, and I thanked whoever invented the bungee cord.
Just be willing to give it time, and you'll be able to strike this speed ball in all kinds of ways with real precision. It's about the right size and refuses to sit in one place to really push the reflexes. Tension in the bungee is easily adjusted, as well as height of the ball (5 seconds max). It's relatively quiet as well, if that matters to you.
Enter this product, the 1st difference is the size of the ball. Is it good for Accuracy? Sure why not as it is a much smaller target to hit and to repeatedly hit continuously with combinations with regard to distance and angles is a challenge. Just like a double end bag the ball's movement will differ wildly depending on how tight or loose you have it adjusted. I say wildly because if you hit this sucker with a short range hook or a medium range hook with some power behind it, the ball will become possessed in its movements which makes it a challenge to hit it at some point precisely and with proper technique... Again depending on the tension applied. Very important to start off slow with straight shots and figure the cord adjustment that works best for you. It will improve hand-eye coordination that's for sure.
For those looking for a cardio workout it will keep you on your toes, literally. It will work out your stand up game and as long as you keep those legs and that head moving, expect beneficial results out your workout and some fun. For those who heavily train in the Sweet Science that is Boxing, we know how beneficial double-end bags are to those training actively and the certain rhythm an individual will maintain with the equipment. The question being will that fluidity and rhythm transfer easily to the speed striker? It will depend on the individual sure but I can't help but distinguish the differences I felt between the two. The speed striker has its own rhythm in conjunction with your punches but I couldn't stop thinking about that relationship I developed with a double-end bag which is much better at giving you what you are looking for training in the sport of Boxing. The Speed Striker makes a great third wheel though.
That clip that holds the ball where you want it completely sucks, use an alternative to alleviate that issue or tape.
Also the base would move far too much when I hit it with a decent punch, I added 2lbs extra to the base to keep it from moving.