by Sang H. Kim | based on Ultimate Kicking Drills video
Many students enjoy heavy bag training, but the uses of the heavy bag are often limited by the number of students in the class. Conventional heavy bag training is done with one student hitting the bag repeatedly for a set period of time.
Many instructors have adapted this to fit group classes by letting the students form a line and take turns striking the bag with one or more strikes per turn. This is a good solution for allowing everyone a turn at the bag, but it can get boring over time. This article will look at a few drills you can use for partners or small groups to break up the monotony of heavy bag training.
Two students face each other on opposing sides of the heavy bag. At the instructors command, they both begin executing right leg roundhouse kicks until the instructor's command to stop. The students should kick as quickly as possible while trying to maintain a synchronized rhythm.Read More