Hello RSR readers and welcome to the debut of my column titled “Bad” Brad’s Scorecard, where I will be reviewing boxing products supplied to me by Boxing Depot.com. In the weeks and months to come, I will review the various products that I have received and actually use on a daily basis in my home boxing gym. You may ask what qualifies me to review products since I am not a boxer?
Actually, I was an amateur boxer for three years (1980 – 1983) out of North Miami Beach, Florida (Allen Park Gym). In addition over the last six years for the most part, I have done a boxing workout, but since January of this year when I had my home gym built, I have been working out on an average of nine times a week, once a day, Monday through Friday and twice on Saturday and Sunday.
It may sound obsessive, but there is nothing like cranking up the music to 15 and working on the heavy bag/speed bag along with shadow boxing and crunches/pushups/sit ups/running/riding a mountain bike.
I will always review the products fairly and give both the positive and negatives if there are some and will use a scale of 1 – 10 to rate the items I am reviewing. I encourage the RSR readers that decide to buy a product that I review to let me know their thoughts on it by posting a reply to this article, once you have tried the product out.
Now that I have given my rating system, let’s get to the first review of the Kutting Weight Sauna Suit.
For years, I have worn shorties which are dive suits to make me really sweat because if you are like me, you want to see that perspiration dripping off you when you are cranked up doing whatever type of workout you do on a daily basis. Shorties worked, but I never liked the heavy material or the zipper being in the back. Well, when I pulled the Kutting Weight Sauna Suit out of the shipping box, I was thrilled to see that the zipper was in the front of the suit and there was no long pull string on it that always got in the way when I was working out with shorties. Already a plus before I put it on for the first time to see if it really worked as inventor Dustin Zahursky says on his You Tube Video and on the brochure that came in the shipping box from Boxing Depot. It arrived on a Thursday night and that same night, I tried it out for a spin. It was easy to put on, as I said earlier, because of the zipper in the front and Neoprene shell that it was made of was for sure, lighter in weight than the shorties I have been wearing since 2004. The size, at least in my case, fit exactly like it said which I wore a Large.
I did my normal boxing workout and as I pounded the heavy bag (10 rounds/3 minute rounds/ with a one minute rest), my body heated up and the water started dripping out. In fact, there were puddles because it really makes you sweat and that was exactly what I was looking for.
The Kutting Weight Sauna Suit has now been incorporated into my daily workout for the last two weeks and it has not only held up, but I actually washed it in the washing machine and had no problems with it holding up. I was a little concerned because the directions say to wipe it down, but I like to really get the sweat out of it by washing it in the machine.
If you are looking for a suit that fits like a glove, makes you really sweat and holds up, then the Kutting Weight Sauna Suit is for you. You can say goodbye to those cheap Sauna Suits that rip under the arm for the tops and in the crotch for the pants while you are working out and I can say that from experience because before the shorties, I wore those as well.
I am giving the Kutting Weight Sauna Suit a rating of 10 out of 10 on my scorecard because there were only positives in my use of it. Also, Boxing Depot.com currently sells the suit for $99.95, but it’s on sale now for $79.95.