How To Wrap Your Hands for Boxing or Kickboxing?
Protect Your Hands by Rapping Them Before Session
In this Course you will learn:
How to wrap your hands?
The hands are delicate and the sport of kickboxing can easily injure them whether training on the heavy bag or boxing against an opponent. Hand wraps protect the small bones in the hand from breaking, keep the skin on the knuckles from tearing and help prevent you from spraining your wrists when delivering a solid punch. The latter problem frequently impacts inexperienced fighters who are hitting the heavy bag for the first time. Many strikers who have not hit a bag that can weigh between 75 and 100 pounds will swing their arms and hit the bag with their fists. Experienced fighters know they must use their legs, hips, core muscles and upper body when throwing hard punches.
Sensei Alex Davydov Master Level Instructor (5th Dan Black Belt)
Sensei Alex is Head Instructor of Amerikick Martial Arts in Park Slope, Brooklyn.
Sensei Alex has been training from the age of 6. His current standings are: 5th degree black belt, he also holds multiple world titles in sparring, forms and weapons in competition affiliations such as NASKA, NBL and WSKF. He is also a 2 time MMA belt holder winning all 7 amateur fights and currently an active Muay Thai and BJJ practitioner and instructor.