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There are several options when it comes to punching bags, and each would work for both boxing and MMA. Heavy bags weigh about 70 lbs. and are hung from the ceiling. These are great for workouts, and stress relief. You can also try speed bags, which are much smaller, lighter and help improve speed and coordination. For MMA, strike bags and strike shields are great ways to practice the versatile set of moves that this discipline demands.