Multi-Station Boxing Stands: The Benefits and Uses

FightCamp - The benefits and uses of multi-station boxing stands

Having the essential boxing equipment like boxing gloves and a punching bag are necessary, but can a multi-station boxing stand help with training too?

Published: January 22, 2023

Topics: Reviews, Boxing Equipment

Author: Jeff Turbett

Boxing workouts offer some of the best all-around, total-body workouts. Whether you're trying to crush half a thousand calories in a single boxing session or you're trying to get toned and lean, there is no type of fitness goal that boxing cannot help you accomplish. Some of the best ways to efficiently ensure you get the most from your boxing training is having a system that offers multiple training opportunities like a multi-station boxing stand. 

What is a Multi-Station Boxing Stand?

FightCamp - Multi-Station Boxing Stand Benefits & Uses

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Similar to what the name implies, a multi-station boxing stand is a piece of boxing equipment that allows the trainee to utilize multiple types of boxing equipment built into a single unit. While there are numerous versions of these stands available, most are based around a 2-in-1 (dual station boxing stand) or 3-in-1 system. Regardless of the overall number of different exercise equipment built into them, all will offer a heavy bag, a speed bag, and potentially a reflex bag station. 

Who Would Use a Multi-Station Boxing Stand?

One of the best reasons to get a multi-station boxing stand is that you do not have to be a professional boxer to own one. Everyone from the professional athlete, to fitness enthusiast, all the way down to the new beginner can use and benefit from using a multi-station boxing stand. 

Multi-Boxing Stand Uses

Most multi-boxing stand units will feature multiple bags, this lets the user work on their power punching, through the use of the heavy bag, as well as improving their speed through the use of the speed bag. If the system you use has more than three stations and comes with a pull-up and dip station, you could use it for strength training as well.

Here are some of the main uses:

  • Improve power and speed punching

  • Refine all types of combat fighting strikes:

    • Boxing

    • Kickboxing

    • Muay Thai

  • Combo training utilizing bodyweight exercises and striking movements

Benefits of Using a Multi-Boxing Bag Stand

Similar to multiple uses of a free-standing punching bag stand, there are numerous benefits to using a multi-punching bag stand. 

  • Space saving

    • Combines multiple pieces of equipment into one

  • Ability to workout at home

    • No traveling to the gym

    • No judgment from other gymgoers

  • Improve striking technique

  • Improve striking power, accuracy, and speed

  • Improve cardiovascular fitness

  • Enhance muscular strength and endurance

  • Blast body fat

At-Home Boxing Training 

Is a Standing Punching Bag Better?

Realistically this is trying to compare apples to oranges, as both have their benefits. The downside to a multi-boxing stand is the higher cost and would require more space, which is why a free-standing punching bag may be more appealing to some. 

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How Do I Maximize Space in My Home Gym?

Multi-station boxing stands combine multiple pieces of boxing equipment into a single unit, and although it's not the same compact footprint as a free-standing bag, it can still save you space depending on the system. Choosing a multiple boxing bag stand can reduce the number of pieces of boxing equipment you’ll need while allowing you to maximize the type of training you perform for any given workout. 

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Jeff Turbett

Jeff Turbett has trained in boxing, kickboxing, Muay Thai, and MMA. He is a personal trainer and knows the importance of cross-training for combat sports. He’s also a contributor at BellaVita Fitness and Wellness online.

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