Which dummy to buy or just stay away from both??

Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by sprawl&brawl, Jul 17, 2005.

  1. sprawl&brawl

    sprawl&brawl Green Belt

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    Hey guys i used the search function but i don't think this topic as been asked before. I moved to small town and i can't train hardly at all anymore. I thought i would buy a dummy and try to learn new things.. There are "rooker" and a "bubba" dummies available. I'm awaiting a response to the guy builds the rooker and i have visited the bubba website.. My questions are: Have any of you guy used either of these products. 2. What is your reponse on each? 3. Are they worth the price. I mean i have a full gym.. 10x10 mat.. 800lbs of weights, squat rack, dip and pull station, 2 heavy bags..I'm just wondering if this would be a good asset to my gym
     
  2. Spoonman7

    Spoonman7 Red Belt

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    Bubba dummies are good, they are so realistic it is creepy, I am not familiar with the other dummies but you can get the bubba dummis to practice on.
     
  3. aaron_mag

    aaron_mag Purple Belt

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    I'm thinking about getting a bubbadummy as well. There is a lot of conditioning in my Sambo class and so we often don't get as much drilling of techniques as I'd like.

    You have a website link for this rooker dummy?
     

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