Fairtex Maddox II Grappling Dummy - GD2
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Fairtex Maddox 2 Grappling Dummy - GD2
The new model now features both hands and feet to perform even more holds and submissions. Also now has an improved posture, leaning forward which simulates a more realistic position of an opponent in your guard.
Fairtex Grappling Dummy is great for Judo, BJJ, MMA or submission grappling. Great for practising entries, throws, arm-locks, transitions to side control, knee rides, north-south as well as a host of other moves.
Get creative and dress your training dummy with a Gi and practice gripping, throws and chokes and leg locks. The Fairtex Grappling Dummy is a great way to groove your moves while keeping your game tight. Use the dummy to practice at home or at the gym and keep your muscle memory sharp. A great tool for strength and conditioning. Work from the top or the bottom, the possibilities are endless and limited to your imagination.
Comes in 2 handy sizes: Junior (approximately 21 kgs ideal for Kids and Women) and Senior (approximately 28 kgs).
- Made from special synthetic leather, durable shoulder system designed by Fairtex to really fit triangle, arm bar, arm choke drill.
- The dummy can sit and stay on his leg, the leg can stretch out, half guard, De la riva, X guard drill is possible. Strong base with sand filled up 1/2 of leg.
- The neck is designed to support you to do guillotine, darce choke, anaconda choke etc, just like you do it on the real human.
- Good for all kind of controls; side mount, full mount, north south, back control etc.
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Superb !!By: Calum Rollo on 16 June 2020I bought this a year or two ago with plans to drill every day, which soon turned into once a week and once a month so on and so on. During the pandemic however, I have only had this to use and have really focused on using it to practice positions, drills and techqniues/submissions on. There are a lot of bad reviews saying they don't help much as they don't provide realistic movement etc but i think that's a bit silly. Of course they don't. This is to grappling what a punch bag is to boxing. If you can dedicate 30-40 minutes a few times a week and you have the space, you can go over any submission/position you like in detail, slow it down or speed it up. Because of the weight and durability, you can really put the pressure on when practicing passing, positions, chokes and submissions. I've put a gi top on mine and drill all of the positions on different days. I slow things right down and have my phone next to me with tecnhique videos, as well as practice whatever move we've been doing in class. Let me tell you, the extra reps on this most certainly do build your muscle memory and translate well when taken back onto the matts with a live training partner. I Absolutely love this and would reccomend to anyone, but you've got to actually commit to using it and not just let it sit in the corner. It's really durable as well, my shins are bruised from really cranking the pressure with the knee slice pass. (Think heavy fairtex thai pads feel) ! Great product,- dont waste money on a cheap one. Spend the money and get a training partner that will last for years