One thing I'm no so interested in using a Jiu Jitsu Grappling Dummy for is Jiu Jitsu. Or grappling. Those sound hard, and I'm getting all the workouts I can handle these days from the Private Gym. But what I would like to use a Jiu Jitsu Grappling Dummy for is the passenger seat in my car. Put a button-up, some glasses, and a fedora on that dude and I've got my ever-present hipster +1 for the carpool lane.
Yeah, yeah, go ahead and get on your high horse about abusing the carpool lane. My ears turn deaf to such self righteousness the second I start an 8-mile commute projected by Google Maps to take 45 minutes. Two words, my preachy friends: F. That. I will risk some a-hole stopped dead in the lane next door calling 421-HERO to report me, resulting in a mailed warning letter from the local po about the infraction (yep, that's how the law enforcement rolls around here - but they can't ticket you unless they catch you themselves!) if it means I'm going to be home indulging in cold beers and Taco Tuesday while he's still sitting on the highway hot and hungry, with nothing to appease him but his own smugness.
And if you actually practice Jiu Jitsu, wrestling, or MMA, this awesome dummy is made of heavy duty Cordura nylon and tight filled for practicing Train Guard, Inside Guard, Turtle Position, Start Position, North South, Mount, Side Mount, Leg Locks, Knee Bars, Ankle Hooks, and more.
The grappling dummy comes in Adult and Kid sizes. Adult is the height equivalent of a 6' man and weighs 70 to 75 pounds. The Kid is a 4'6" equivalent and weighs 30 to 35 pounds.