- Loop the thumb and wrap BEHIND the hand.
- Three times around the wrist.
- Three times around the hand.
- Three X's through the fingers.
- Around the thumb.
- Lock the thumb.
- Three times around the knuckles.
- Extra wraps and finish at the wrist.
In this way, do you need wraps for boxing?
The hands are delicate, and the sport ofboxingcan easily injure them whether training on the heavybag orboxing against an opponent. Hand wraps protectthesmall bones in the hand from breaking, keep the skin on theknucklesfrom tearing and help prevent you from sprainingyour wristswhen delivering a solid punch.
- Best Overall: Elite Sports Hand Wraps.
- Best for Smaller Hands: Meister Junior 108" Elastic CottonHandWraps.
- Best for Beginners: Title Boxing Attack Nitro Speed Wraps.
- Best Bulk: Ringside Mexican Style Boxing Hand Wraps.
- Best Glove Wraps: RDX Training Boxing Inner GlovesHandWraps.
Keeping this in view, how do boxers protect their hands?
- Wear boxing gloves. The most obvious way to protectyourknuckles is to wear boxing gloves.
- Use a leather or vinyl punching bag. Punching bags comeinleather, vinyl, or canvas.
- Wrap your hands.
- Use proper technique.
- Practice punching more often.
They are reusable and work well for fightersandboxers who train often since they can be washed and hungoutto dry out after each workout session. Cotton handwrapsusually have a hook that goes around your thumb to helpstart thewrapping and a Velcro on the other end in order to securethe handwrap.