punchball


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an inflated ball or bag that is suspended and punched for training in boxing

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If you had courage you could go on the Electric Shock machine or see how hard you could hit the punchball and watch the arrow register your strength or weakness.
His work on developing more aggression led to the wrist injury that stopped his sensational start to the season - he damaged it banging away at a punchball.
The young white singer has become the human punchball of the presidential election campaign thus simultaneously boosting his notoriety and record sales.
Suppose I really could eat cheeseburgers, play punchball on Saturday, and indulge in other forbidden adolescent pleasures without guilt or punishment.
EVEN when the punchball was twice his size and his gloves went halfway up his arm, little Charlie Flynn packed a wallop.
Mario Balotelli missed Manchester City's New Year's Day match due to injury - but was hammering an amusement arcade's punchball the next night.
The reasons being, not only did Leon seem to prefer keeping his distance, but he was perpetually moody, hated punchball, and knew all the answers.
Proudly sporting his new yellow Capitol Promotions shorts, after winning a battle to stray from the corporate black, Halder won all four rounds against Steele, whose head was smacked back like a punchball for 12 minutes as the Coventry middleweight strolled to the fifth win of his six-fight career.
EXCLUSIVE by RYAN PARRY Mario Balotelli missed Manchester City's New Year's Day match due to injury - but was hammering an amusement arcade's punchball the next night.
He fastened his punchball with a wire to an overhead electricity cable .
Now Terri - nicknamed the Bingham Bruiser after her home district- has her sights set on her own punchball.
Especially the punchball, which employees can use to relieve tension.