MMA What method do you use to wrap your hands.

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  1. lmmaculate

    lmmaculate New Member

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    I've been trying all kinds of methds to wrap my hands. The best one for me is the Thai style. I can't stand wrapping my thumbs. It feels so akward.

    I just got some really nice wraps from Ringside. The owner of Ringside is a super nice guy. We talked for a few and he gave me a kick ass free shirt. :bowdown:

    I will defenitley be doing all of my business with them from now on, and I highly recomend them to anyone in the market for gear.
     
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    Artyboy Necessity is the excuse for every infringement of

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    I can do it, too [​IMG]. You don't need a sub. Being an avless pos newb is never a good thing, though, so I recommend you get that taken care of asap.
     
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    i use the ones i got when i signed up with my current gym :o

    i focus the wrap on wrist stability :dunno:
     
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    I only use the fairtex wraps, they have a little more elasticity which i like cause they stay tight when doing other workouts (like medicine ball in between sparring). I kind of wrap my hands weird, cross between mexican and thai, but it works for me and I have never hurt my hand, so i just keep doing it like that.
     
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    fairtex had two different styles of wrapping your hands in their instructional videos. Since I started boxing/kickboxing I use the first method that I've seen from their videos. It concentrates on wrapping the wrist constantly and between each knuckle for extra protection.
     
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    I rarely wrap my hands because I do wrist and knuckle conditioning. when I do I use the ribbon method
     

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