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    Default Equipment Questions

    what sort of gloves should i were? i am a 14 yr old boy

    at the moment i have a pair of sparing mits made by BBE

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    Default Re: Gloves

    hows it going james thomas? it depends like do you mean for training? cuz im 16 and for training right now i use 16oz gloves but when i get the money will move up to 18 or 20 oz gloves. or do you mean for fights cuz there i think you would use lighter gloves 10oz or 12oz maybe even 8 but don't qoute me on the fight ones still figuring that part out. but good luck

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    Default Re: Gloves

    its for training

    im guna try and get a pair of 16oz gloves

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    Default Re: Gloves

    iz there differant sozes or do they all just come in 1 size?

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    Default Re: Gloves

    im 16 but i only weigh around 120...so i prolly weigh as much as a 13 yr old......Go to ringside.com.........go to gloves......order (medium) sized....here are my exact ones and i Love em.....perfect for bad work/sparring.....http://ringside.com/store/prodinfo_b...tem=7&mitem=69

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    Default baught caind of need help

    i baught this speed ball and the think to puut it up with but they dident have a board to put it up in. shoud i build it my self and than u guys know how :P or just go buy one i just cant find the been looking in many stores down here in sweden approximatly what they cost...(and if u know witch ones are the best if its important) :P

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    Default Re: baught caind of need help

    Just get two L shaped metal shelf brackets and a board of timber for on the top of the brackets. Drill the swivel bracket (that they gave you) into the centre of the board.
    Fix it to your wall.

    make sure you get the correct height.

    OR make a backing board so its adjustable if different height people are going to use it.

    Make sure the top board is big enough so that you dont smack your knuckles onto the edge when punching, make the top board big enough so its above your head, not in front of it.
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    Default Re: Gloves

    It depends on how big you are and how hard you hit...I am a superheavyweight and wear 14oz. gloves to hit the bag and I guess 16-20oz for sparring I have to buy some of my own soon, I am wondering what type to buy as well...ask your trainer or a guy at the gym you go to
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    Default Handwraps yes or no

    Alright i'm currently 6' 220lb with a 100lb heavy bag. I plan just to use the bag to do some sort of aerobic exercises, to take the place of some of my running or gym workouts, i don't plan to be a boxer; I have handwraps from everlast, but are they necessary for the exercises that i want to do?Â* I know that it is necessary for proper methods are the ones at http://www.boxinggyms.com/tips/handwraps.htm adequate? My last question is; right now i just punch the thing, trying to use proper form, but is there some sort of work out video tailored more to what i intend to use the bag for?

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    Default Equipment Questions

    Recomendations for a beginner who is 11 years old please

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    Default Re: What are the best gloves

    which brand you take is personal preference but size I think about 12-14 OZ

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    Default Re: What are the best gloves

    something well padded and recommended by the relevant countries amateur boxing association.

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    Default Re: What are the best gloves

    what is the best make

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    Default Re: What are the best gloves

    Hey Banjo, have your folks take you to a sporting goods store, check out the boxing section and try some gloves on, you want to make sure you find a pair of gloves that are just a little loose, keeping in mind that you need to wear handwraps (That's like a long bandage boxers wear around their hands for protection)

    Everlast and Title are good brands, just make sure you find a glove that fits you, and is well padded. I recommend you get a 14oz+ to be safe.
    Sparring/Training gloves tend to have more padding, and Competition gloves have less, for now I suggest that you get sparring gloves for now, you can get competition gloves when you are ready to beat someone up.

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    Default Re: What are the best gloves

    Reyes

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