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Boxing glove guide part 1

Monday, 23 October 2017 1:14:00 pm Australia/Perth

Guide to Boxing Gloves, What’s inside a boxing glove parts 1 to 9

The most important parts of a Boxing Glove for Boxing, Muay Thai and Mma.

Whatever the style of fighting sport you practice, whether you are a competitive fighter or you train Boxing or  Muay Thai for fitness or self defence.

You will hit a lot of punching bags, focus pads, Thai Pads and some of you will hit your opponents or sparring partners. This will mean a lot of punishment for your hands which need to be protected over the many years that you may train. I have been training, competing and coaching boxing and Muay Thai for over 30 years and expect many more years out of my hands. So if you plan to hit the heavy bag, focus mitts, speed ball or spar with an opponent you will need to know how to select the right boxing gloves for you.

This boxing glove guide will answer many of the most frequently asked questions and many of the most important questions you would not think of asking but should! 

Part 1. Material on the outside of the gloves.  

By Richard Davis

 

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How is boxing glove made

Monday, 23 October 2017 11:05:00 am Australia/Perth

Hand made layered foam gloves.

Hand Made Layered foam gloves are made by combining different density layers of foam together to make the correct density and weight mold for the type of boxing glove needed. Wether it be a sparring glove a bag glove or a glove that can be used for both bag work and sparring.

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Heart is everything

Monday, 16 January 2017 11:14:19 am Australia/Perth

One of the biggest compliments a boxer can be paid is when someone says that he "has heart." Inside the boxing ring, that means you can take a punch or willing to take a punch, you show an undeniable will to win, you relentlessly fight to the finish or are just plain unstoppable. As much as any fighter would take pride by having his name associated with that particular phrase, "he's got heart", how many actually work on it? Wait...what...you can work on it? Yep. If you think that having “heart "is something you're either born with or not, then think again.Read More
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Weight Training for Boxing

Monday, 31 October 2016 12:28:33 pm Australia/Perth

What Weight Training Can Do Weight training helps create stronger, faster and harder hitting athletes, a strong opponent is a dangerous opponent. Weight training can also make boxers less susceptible to injury by strengthening muscles, bones, and ligaments. In addition, strength training can increase explosive power and anaerobic endurance. Training with light weights will lead to minor improvements in aerobic capacity, this form of training will do little to increase explosive power and speed. The boxer must perform medium to heavy lifts with fast, ballistic movements.

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How To Move

Sunday, 19 April 2015 4:13:07 pm Australia/Perth

Footwork is the foundation of boxing! Good footwork is an essential part of boxing skills. A boxer must be able to move in any direction with the least amount of effort. Fast and stable footwork allows the positioning of the feet for the most effective attack and defence. The basic stance or guard position plays a big part in the way you move, the position of the boxer’s feet and the distance between your feet is the foundation of all moves and punches in modern boxing

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Basic boxing stance

Saturday, 18 April 2015 3:10:19 pm Australia/Perth

The boxing stance or basic guard position is vitally important as every move whether it be offensive, defence or counter punching, is performed from this position.

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The Ringsport blog

Tuesday, 27 January 2015 12:59:22 pm Australia/Perth

I have started writing this blog which among other things will be mainly about boxing, Muay Thai and mma sports equipment, what’s good and what’s not so good. Equipment design, function, durability, fitting and use. My name is Richard Davis, I have spent the last 30 or so years training, fighting and coaching, boxing, Kick boxing, and Muay Thai.Read More
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