Extremely Durable Design
Designed with beginners and younger students specifically in mind, the construction of these these kid-sized sandbags will endure tough wear and tear. The pliable cover is soft to the touch and non-intimidating, however it’s ruggedly designed to stand up to constant handling, continuous reps, and institutional abuse without faltering.
The best part about these bags is the fact that they come pre-filled, which means not having to deal with complicated bladders, filling systems, and the actual process of filling them! The exclusion of a leak bladder also absolves you of having to worry about leaking sand over time. These sandbags were constructed to bear the brunt of being picked up, set down, and even tossed around!
Multiple Gripping Points
Similar to our more advanced UltraFit™ Demolition™ Sandbags and Detonate™ Force™ Sandbags, these beginner sandbags offer grip points and handles across the entire surface of the bag. This allows students to conveniently and comfortably hold the bag while they engage in a number of different exercises. Unlike more advanced bags, however, these beginner options lack the weight, allowing students to become comfortable with form and motion first, above building strength.
- Introduces students to strength training with brightly colored equipment, designed just for them.
- Laminated activity guide shows 6 sandbag exercises to use with beginner students. No research is required to provide thorough instruction to your students! Exercises focus on strength and body awareness, as well as coordination.
- Strength training with light resistance levels can be very beneficial for young muscles. With an emphasis on safety and proper technique, using lower weights with higher repetitions is an excellent way to introduce beginners to strength training routines that build confidence and self-esteem, and provide a foundation for future success.
- Specifically designed for users new to fitness, with age appropriate equipment that’s made from soft materials, in lighter weights. Younger students will benefit from learning proper usage and form.