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2 Best Ways to Wrap Your Hands | Boxing Lessons

2 Best Ways to Wrap Your Hands | Boxing Lessons


I’m going to show you the two best ways to
wrap hands ever. First, we’re going to start with 180 length
wraps. We start with 180 length wraps because if
you use anything shorter it won’t work. We start right here at the thumb, seam down. We come around the wrist as Neiman opens up
his fingers just like so. Wrap it two to three times around the wrist,
then come around the thumb just like so. And then lay, about mid knuckle, this portion
of the wrap. What we’re going to do after we come around
once is layer. Layer
the wrap just like so to create some padding on the knuckles. Then we come around once, and this wrap is
laid real loose on top. We come around this portion of the hand, and
we come through the pinkie, over the index, then we come middle finger. Then we come back around the top of the knuckles. You want to provide a lot of cushion on the
knuckles so we can avoid injury. We come around a couple of times, then we
come back to the wrists. And for whatever reason, if you need more
support on your wrist, you’ll leave that much more length for the wrist. Neiman, how does that feel? All right. This is a perfect wrap, if you have a trainer
to wrap for you, or you have a friend. When he makes a hand look at all that padding
right there. This way the padding isn’t up here. It’s forward the knuckles. It’s a great wrap, the best wrap ever.

90 thoughts on “2 Best Ways to Wrap Your Hands | Boxing Lessons”

  1. I have been wrapping my hands for over 10 years,  This is a compilation of a couple of styles I have seen (western boxing and muay thai).  It looks good.  

  2. I have no hate on you wrap style, it's actually great!. But I can barely see it happen with all the camera angle changes

  3. Wraps aren’t for protecting your knuckles it’s to support the wrist you have the glove to support your knuckles

  4. Great wrap if you're boxing with just wraps on. The whole point of gloves is padding, wraps are mainly for the wrists

  5. Get some 180s, the start by wrapping them around your fingers five times. take that off from your fingers then place on top of your knuckles starting to wrap your knuckles every time you go under the hand open your hand when you go on top of the knuckles close your hand make sure you support the rest good like he had acknowledged. PS after you start getting the pad of your knuckles wrappef make sure you start splitting your fingers individually and then start wrapping again till you make it down to your wrist.

  6. I tried 5 different wrap seen on youtube. This wrap is the only one that prevent pain on my middle knuckle. Best wrap, very simple and confortable. Thanks for the video!

  7. Could you know, just keep one camera angle throughout the video. Every time he speaks you don’t need to zoom out, most of us got ears uno

  8. Here is Part 2. https://youtu.be/OChZgI6NT0o. It should have really been at least added in the description.

  9. The purpose of a wrist wrap is too protect the wrist and joint near there. Not the knuckles, you got a glove for that bud.

  10. You don’t want to right off the bat start wrapping, you want to start the wrapping behind the hand instead of in front.

  11. Why do you want to add padding to the knuckles, the gloves give more than enough protection for that. The most important thing is to protect your wrist.

  12. The video does not show a good view of the hand wrap, it's hard to follow. We don't need a wider view of the boxer and trainer, just keep close up on the wrap.

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