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Martial Arts Training Equipment

Training Equipment for Martial Arts

This page will assist you in locating a wide range of martial arts training equipment, such as heavy bags, rebreakable boards, Muay Thai mats, and other items. So, if you’re looking to replace worn-out gear or expand your personal dojo, you’ll find some great training ideas below. Visit our Top 10 Martial Arts Equipment page to see the equipment that Black Belt Wiki visitors most often buy.

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Training Equipment for Martial Arts

This page will assist you in locating a wide range of martial arts training equipment, such as heavy bags, rebreakable boards, Muay Thai mats, and other items. So, if you’re looking to replace worn-out gear or expand your personal dojo, you’ll find some great training ideas below. Visit our Top 10 Martial Arts Equipment page to see the equipment that Black Belt Wiki visitors most often buy.

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Equipment for Martial Arts Training

Focus Mitts, Nigiri Game (or Gripping Jars), and even Wing Chun Wooden Striking Dummies are among the martial arts training equipment featured in this segment. They’re made to help students develop their punching and kicking power in martial arts. Any of these teaching methods can also assist students with wrestling tactics, self-defense applications, and other similar skills.

Drills and instructions on how to use this equipment are also available in this section. It examines both traditional martial arts training instruments (such as the Makiwara and Kongoken) and modern martial arts training gear (such as Reflex Bags and Rebreakable Boards). To avoid injury and ensure proper technique, martial arts training equipment should be used under the supervision of an experienced martial arts instructor. Please see the main Martial Arts Kicks and Martial Arts Punches & Strikes pages for information on kicking and punching techniques.

Martial Arts Training Equipment from Okinawa and Japan – Hojo Undo (or “Supplementary Exercises” to standard martial arts training) encompasses several of these conventional conditioning tools.

Training Equipment for Traditional Chinese Martial Arts

Mei Hua Zhuang (Kung Fu Plum Blossom Poles) – This teaching technique is also known as Mui Fa Jong (“Plum Flower Posts”) in Mandarin and Cantonese.

Tiesha Zhang (Iron Palm Bags) is a Chinese training method made up of mung bean bags, gravel bags, and iron ball bearing bags.
Wing Chun Wooden Striking Dummy – A wooden practise dummy used to practise grabs, kicks, and evasions in Wing Chun.
Weapons for Training and Practice

  • Wooden practise sword known as a bokken.
  • Iaito – A metal practise blade that hasn’t been sharpened.
  • Shinai – A bamboo practise sword used in Kendo and other Japanese martial arts. This practise weapon can also be used to simulate defence against an enemy wielding a club, bat, or other similar weapon.
  • Martial arts school arms made of foam (i.e. Nunchaku). This enable students to practise traditional martial arts weapons without causing harm to themselves or others. It’s ideal for beginners before moving on to the real thing.
  • Bo Foam
  • Esckrima Foam Sticks
  • Kama made of foam
  • Katana made of foam
  • Nunchaku made of foam
  • Three-section foam staffs
  • Tonfa Foam
  • Rubber Batons & Clubs – Rubber batons and clubs are used to practise unarmed self-defense tactics against an intruder wielding a baseball bat, clubs, or other similar weapon.
  • Rubber Weapons – Martial arts like Krav Maga use rubber guns to practise self-defense techniques. Students practise disarming a gun-wielding intruder.
  • Rubber Knives – Martial arts like Krav Maga use rubber knives to practise self-defense techniques.
  • For more advanced instruction, use blunt metal knives or the sharkee knife, which can be coated in chalk to show whether or not the attacker cut you.
  • Shock Knives – Shock knives are martial arts and self-defense training instruments that provide an electric shock to your training partner if the blade comes into contact with them. Its aim is to allow a training partner to “feel” if they were cut in a real-life assault.