How to Glove Up | Boxing Lessons

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Let’s just say for instructional purposes
we have both wraps on. This is how you glove up. The trainer, or your training partner, should
hold the glove just like so, grip the glove like that, and he seats the hand downward
into the glove, and he wants to get it snug, push a little bit, giving me a little bit
more, he’s in there good. So then I turn the glove around, I tighten
the laces just like so. I want to make sure these laces are tight,
so that glove is secure and snug on. And I come around, I bring the strings to
the middle portion of this area right here, and I tighten that, like so, not too tight
as to cut off circulation, but tight enough to keep that glove steady on his hand, and
then I make a little bow tie just right right there. Now I want to tape that string up so it doesn’t
cut anyone, while he’s working with his trainer or while he’s sparring. How’s that feel, Neiman? The best. All right, there you go, that’s how we wrap
up and glove up.

10 thoughts on “How to Glove Up | Boxing Lessons

  1. In case you guys didn't know.. That guy is a Gracie! He fights probably almost every day of his life in MMA. He is the real deal.

  2. Personally for myself, I wouldn’t have laced up the glove like that. For me I would’ve done or how like it, I would’ve double laced it around the wrist then I would tape it. I find it not really secure or snug around the lower wrist area or the forearm part. But that’s me, everyone has different preferences to how they like their gloves laced.

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