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Get High-Quality Boxing Wraps For Protection And Performance Development

No matter what type of boxing you do, boxing wraps or hand wraps and tape are essential to protect your wrist and knuckles from bruising and injury. They usually are strips of cloth wrapped around your palms and wrist fastened with adhesive tape and worn before you put on your boxing gloves. When bound correctly, it ensures that you’re as safe as possible to punch. So if you are training at home, it is imminent that you’ve got a stock of boxing wraps within your reach. Home Fitness Equipment has an array of boxing wraps that will fit your boxing style. Come and shop with us.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I Wear Boxing Wraps?

If you have seen or experienced boxing whether inside the ring or on TV, you may notice that the boxer’s hands experience two types of hits or damage. One is when he hits his opponent, and the other is when he blocks himself from the assault of another player. Both boxers will suffer strikes from all sides of their hands, be it the back, sides, or palms. Boxing gloves can just take so much of these blows and cannot prevent punches that are packed with so much force, which is inevitable when boxing training. That is why boxing wraps are essential when sparring with an opponent or training solo.

Consider the boxing gloves and wraps a system of protection. One is to protect your opponent (your gloves), and the other to protect you (the hand wraps). Our hands are made of 27 delicate tiny bones; all of them take a considerable amount of impact with each strike. Tight-fit hand wraps keep all of your fingers, and palm in place to avoid fracture of these bones.

When should I Wear Boxing Wraps?

You should be wearing boxing hand wraps anytime you train and when you’re using the full pack of your punch. Be diligent in protecting your hands and wrists during your boxing training, sparring with a partner, and when contending on any boxing fights. It is also recommended to use boxing wraps when training solo, such as shadow boxing, to get used to wearing it in or out of the ring. This is incredibly useful when it comes to training bouts. Another advantage is that you can punch with all you got without worrying about getting injured. This will make you comfortable in striking a quick and forceful punch which will make you a better boxer.

How many Pairs of Hand Wraps should I Own?

The rule of thumb is that you should wear a fresh set of hand wraps every training session. If you are training five times a week, then you should at least have five pairs of hand wraps. You can wash your hand wraps if they are the quick-dry type of boxing wraps. If you have the cotton or elastic “Mexican” wrapping, then probably you can wash and reuse them a couple of times. They don’t typically last long. For gauze and tape coverings, they are practically disposable, so you can’t really reuse them.

How should I Cover my Hands adequately with the Boxing Wraps?

There are four areas in your hands that you need to protect; your wrist, knuckles, thumbs, and the spaces in between your fingers. These are the critical sectors of your hand that need ample protection to ensure that they don’t break or have considerable damage. Every fighter has their own wrapping technique, but the basics are the same. After a while, you’ll be used to your wrapping style, and it’ll be just like clockwork.

Please also note some of the mistakes done when shielding your hands before fight training. When you are using cloth hand wraps or gauze and tape, make sure that you don’t apply too many layers that there will be too much moisture seeping through your wraps. If your hand wraps accumulate excessive sweat, making your wraps moist, your hands will feel heavy, and your punches will become slower.

When covering your hands, always understand its anatomy. Having insufficient knowledge of where the vital sections of your hands are will most likely injure you, and the nerves of your hands might suffer significant damage. Also, if you have any medical problems or injuries in your hands before any training starts, make sure that you protect them adequately.

Lastly, choose the boxing wraps that best fits the structure of your hands and your boxing style. Too thick or too short wrappings will not protect your hands efficiently when you make a fist.

Are there specific hand wraps for every type of punching activity?

Boxing isn’t the only activity that needs hand wraps; there is also Muay Thai and other MMA variations. And they typically use a different variety of hand wraps. You must get acquainted with these so you would have an idea of what kind of boxing wraps you have to get.

Inner Gloves

These are also called quick wraps. They are essentially the glove within the boxing gloves. Inner gloves look like fingerless gloves and come in different variations. Quick wraps only offer general protection to the knuckles but lack wrist support. This is because the wrist area’s covering is not as firm as the layers wrapped in traditional hand wraps. They are the boxing hand wraps you want for sparring and solo training. If you are attending boxing or fitness classes, then you may opt to buy one of these quick wraps.

Cloth/Cotton Wraps

They are your standard or traditional boxing hand wraps. They are the most popular type of hand wraps in the boxing gyms because of their versatility and affordability. Cloth or cotton wraps can accommodate any hand size depending on its width. You can decide on the number of layers you need to protect your hand and what part of your hands need protection. Since cloth wraps are cheap and are available anywhere, it is the favourite of most boxers, in any style of boxing. They come in a vast range of colours, width, length, and thickness. The only thing that may need time for you to figure out is what kind of wrapping technique best suits you. The style of wrapping should complement your style of boxing, and what parts or angles of your hands are most vulnerable to your punches.

Elastic “Mexican Style” Wraps

Elastic Wraps are very similar to cloth and cotton wraps but only differ in the fabric’s flexibility. As the name states, elastic wraps have a slightly more flexible feature that makes it stick to your skin and wraps more tightly than most hand wraps do. This maximizes the support you give to your hands, allowing you to box efficiently with a strong punch.

Tape and Gauze

The tape and gauze boxing wraps are the kind of wraps you always get to see on TV worn by professional boxers. Unless you’re a pro boxer, you won’t see this style of wrapping outside of competitions as it takes time and assistance from another person to execute the tape and gauze wrap. What’s great about the tape and gauze type of boxing wraps is that you get the maximum amount of support on the parts of your hands where you need it most, and it’s the most comfortable hand wrapping you’ll ever put on. However, the thorough process of taping multiple layers of gauze is not needed when you just want to train for your own personal gain.

Oven-Mitt Style Hand Wraps

This is another version of quick wraps but a little more padded and can come across like the hands of Wolverine where there are small straps of fabric coming out in between your fingers and fastened on a Velcro tape. You would understand what I mean if you see it yourself. This gives more protection to your hands and wrist than your typical quick wraps, but it requires that you stretch a bit the boxing gloves you pair them with since it’s padded and can be a bit bulky. You can comfortably pack a punch in these than the traditional cloth or cotton hand wraps.