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Good board, a little hard to put together

Training Rebreakable Board



This board is exactly what I was expecting. My 6 and 8 sons both take Tae Kwon Do and have been asking for training boards forever. After reading all the reviews, I was slightly nervous, but it sounds like all rebreakable boards have issues, so I went with this one.

The day was got the board, it was definitely a little tricky to put together. I watched the video for instruction. Then I passed it along to my 6 year old. I figured we'd have to wait till Dad came home. Nope, both boys quickly learned how to put the boards together. (I still can't!) It is definitely tight and hard for them to break. But they quickly got the hang of it and were able to break if they focused in the right area. I know it will get loser with time, I'm glad it's hard to break now! For now, though, they are only doing kicks. I don't think they could break with their hands, yet.

Overall, I am very pleased with these boards (we bought 2) and so are my sons. It's nice for them to have something to work with at home!  
2/27/2014 6:52:15 PM
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