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Repeat this process on your right hand. You can slow the video down to as much as 25% by hitting the gear icon on the Youtube player. I like to begin by rolling my handwraps from the label end inwards. Applying the rolled wrap keeps a steady amount of tension on the wrap as it's being applied; be careful not to drop the roll or you'll have to start from the beginning again (having to re-roll the entire wrap). I like to wrap my hands as tight as possible before I begin to cut the circulation off... this takes a lot of practice at first, but it makes a huge difference. I'm using Ringside's Pro Mexican Handwraps which are 180" long. * There are many different ways to wrap your hands; I suggest you find a method that best suits your specific needs. This has been my favorite technique that has kept my hands protected when hitting with a lot of speed and power- on something like a 300 lb. Balaz heavy bag, or a Fairtex Uppercut Wall Bag that doesn't move when you hit it. I don't use my wraps to add extra padding to my knuckles, but rather, to create a solid framework for all of the small bones in my hands. Investing is a good quality pair of gloves is equally important. The big distributors often run 50% off specials, where you can get a great pair of all leather sparring/training gloves for around $50-$80. When you get the combination right, you're hands will feel like your body does when it sits inside of a high performance sports car. Lastly, I shoot about a one second spray of Ozium glycolized air freshener into my gloves after every use. Sparring against opponents with stinky gloves gets old, after about three minutes. Video by Gil the Smile High Club. "Adventure on the Fly"
What's happening guys! I'm doing something different on today's video. I'm gonna show you all step-by-step on how to wrap your hands if you want to get into MMA / Muay Thai or other sports that involve using punching gloves! Safety first before hitting the heavy bag so please watch the video, comment, share, and subscribe! Special thanks to: - ScorcherEdits for the music, check out their channel guys! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCR3RD04qpqoUUgX2Lu6JmMA -Bulls Handwraps! Follow me: Instagram: https://instagram.com/kennybpaa/ Snapchat: iankbp Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ianbatoonC.Spaa Thank you guys for watching!
Evolve University: http://evolve-university.com In this video, 3x Lumpinee Muay Thai World Champion Orono Wor Petchpun from the Evolve Fight Team at Evolve Mixed Martial Arts demonstrates how to wrap your hands for Muay Thai and/or Boxing. Evolve University is the largest world championship online university for martial arts. Evolve MMA is Asia's top martial arts organization. It has World Champions in Muay Thai, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Boxing, Mixed Martial Arts, No-Gi Grappling, and Wrestling. In viewing this video, you agree to the following Legal Disclaimer in this link http://evolve-university.com/legal-disclaimer.html Participation in the activities and the use of the services offered by Evolve naturally involves the risk of injury to you or your guest(s), whether caused by you or someone else. Specific risks vary from one activity to another and the risks range from minor injuries to major injuries, such as catastrophic injuries including death. In consideration of your participation in the activities and use of services offered by Evolve, you understand and voluntarily accept this risk and agree that Evolve, its related corporations and each of their officers, directors, employees, students, volunteers, agents and independent contractors will not be liable for any death or injury, including without limitation, personal, bodily, or mental injury, economic loss, indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages or any other damage, to you or your spouse, guests or unborn child arising out of, or in connection with you or their (as the case may be) use of any EU services, whether related to exercise or not.
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This is a tutorial by Kru Vivek Nakarmi, Head Instructor at Pentagon Mixed Martial Arts, on wrapping your hands from an angle that allows you to follow along seamlessly. Please note this style of hand wrap is not for use in competition. There are many ways to wrap hands, but we have found this to be one of the simplest and most effective for beginners and intermediates who are not sparring just yet. Hand wrap length used in this video is 180 inches.