Are there other sizes of Bobs? I would like to get a smaller one and one for my Grandson too.
Your article sold me on the concept of Bob but I am thinking I would prefer a smaller size and a child size too.
Yes! I am glad you asked. There is a Bobby Bully. He is smaller and like a small child. He is perfect for someone younger to punch and kick on. He is even good just to take out aggression on!
You can find a really good one at http://www.ultimate-mma-equipment.com/b … t-bag.html
Thank you and have a great day!
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