Throughout my years of fighting professionally, coaching, and cornering I’ve noticed one thing that is drastically missing from being a cornerman or a coach, and that’s being able to tape hands properly. The art of taping hands is very important to the game. You want your fighters to be able to punch as hard as they possibly can and be safe during a fight. Keep their most important tool, their hands, safe. You need to be able to tape hands properly. In this DVD I’m going to cover everything you need to know about taping hands.
- Warming up your fighter’s hands.
- How to prepare your workspace.
- How to make the knuckle pads.
- Choosing the proper equipment.
Bonus: I’m also going to show you how to use regular everyday hand wraps and prepare your hands for either hitting the bag, hitting mitts, or sparring. It’s very easy and a fast way to use traditional hand wraps. Whether you’re using a boxing glove on an MMA glove, it works with both.
- It doesn’t slip.
- It doesn’t move.
- It stays nice and tight on your hand.
- It helps protect your hands from injury.