Explains a lot
Look at above.
Why not try and get one?
I highly doubt that.
It's not good for building strength or cardio. Running and doing aerobic exercise is good for building cardio.
Punching strength is different from actual strength.
That's because you need to exercise more and build up the muscle and get used to running.
Try not running for 5 hours 10 days straight like you do on the punching bag and I bet you'll be fine.
Apparently, you dont live in Florida, go to baynews9.com, 800,000 people with no jobs, 1200 people applied for one position at mcdonalds, some with master's degree's (i watch the news a lot)
Yeah I know my legs muscles have got weak, if I ran 5 hours a day, I'd have no legs left.
The heavy bag was actually designed for boxers to enhance their punching power. It allows for the perfect opportunity to focus on using as many muscles as possible, to ensure a punch is thrown with perfect technique, and with the greatest possible force - the bag never hits back.
Main muscles worked on the heavy bag include the shoulders, arms, back, chest and waist. Legs are also used in the process of punching the bag, to generate power through the upper body.
Straight punches, such as the right cross and jab, will help to develop power through the shoulders and chest, while uppercuts and hooks will utilize the back and arms to a greater extent.
by the way, there are no jobs, everything around here is closing down, everybody is moving away.