Welcome to Stri-King Online
The Stri-King is a one-of-a-kind, easy-to-use, fitness training device that turns most ordinary heavy bags into a fun, interactive workout. The Stri-King is a portable device that fits securely around most heavy bags and is designed to be height adjustable to accommodate users from adults to kids. The Stri-King uses green and blue LED sensors to signal punch, kick, and punch/kick striking combinations that simulate target pad training with an instructor.
Use the Stri-king to punch and kick your way into great shape! Selectable workouts and adjustable design lets the Stri-King bring fun and fitness to all ages!
- Selectable workouts for all skill levels
- LED sensors to indicate punch and kicks
- Flexible design fits around most heavy bags
- Targeted strike training
- Unique punch, kick, and combination workouts
- High quality construction made in the USA
- Total body workout
- Enhance Cardio Fitness
- Fun and exciting way to workout
01.07.2014 — Dustin Jacoby represents Stri-King at Glory 13:Tokyo
Stri-King is proud to be represented by Dustin Jacoby in the Glory 13: Tokyo-Welterweight World Championship Tournament in Japan on December 21, 2013. Dustin is a professional mixed martial artist and kickboxer fighting out of Arenzville, Illinois. In his young MMA career he has fought for top-tier organizations including the Ultimate Fighting Championship and World Series of Fighting, compiling a record of 8-3, with 7 of his wins coming by knockout. He is currently 10th ranked in the world in the Light Heavyweight Division fighting for the Glory World Series kickboxing organization.
Dustin is the winner of the 2013 Road to Glory USA Light Heavyweight Tournament, where he accepted the invitation to fight in the tournament on only 48 hours notice! In his first fight of the tournament he knocked out the reigning ISKA world champion Randy Blake (25-1, 17 KOs), then proceeded to TKO Roy Boughton (9-3, 8 KOs)in the semi-finals. After defeating his first two opponents of the evening, Dustin was set to face undefeated Brian Collette (19-0, 16 KOs). Rising up to the challenge Dustin unloaded combinations on Brian in the waning seconds of the first round, landing the decisive just before the bell rang and sending Collette to the canvas and leaving him unable to continue.