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punchbag

a suspended stuffed bag that is punched for exercise, esp boxing training
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For her daughter Laura Davies, 21, bought the punchbag for boyfriend Taylor just months before she was to die at his hands.
Punchbag machines have become popular in bars and clubs across the country.
After spending at least four minutes on each piece of equipment - including a treadmill, crosstrainer, exercise bike, speedball, exercise bench, wall bars, free weights, punchbag and rowing machine, Stanley indulges in some wellbeing.
ALL YOU NEED IS GLOVE Big hitter Clive Lewis and punchbag
The Tories have hit back, saying NHS pressures in England was a theme for Carwyn Jones, but a spokesman for him says it is clear that the Tories are now starting to regret their decision to use the Welsh NHS as a political punchbag.
I still have a punchbag - I had a boxing trainer but got bored.
t k t t THE most extreme workout yet has just been launched - The Human Punchbag.
Andy Monk, a look-a-like of the famous media mogul, from Harrow, has become the world's first professional human punchbag by taking on the role.
WHEN Olly Murs appeared with his right hand in plaster two weeks ago, he said it was broken after he hit a punchbag.
2002 Open champion Els first injured his wrist hitting a punchbag set up in his garage in March.
After launching his season in blistering fashion with four titles in his first seven starts, the big South African was sidelined for two weeks after injuring his right wrist while working out on his punchbag at his London home.
Wilson said: "For too long and too frequently, the Yes campaign was a passive punchbag.