TRJ BOXE BANDAGE - HOW TO MAKE A BANDAGE, COMPLETE GUIDE
Today we will show you through our guide how to wrap your hands. There are many ways you can create a hand wrap, but we'll show you the more common. Hand wraps are an essential item for any fighter. They help protect the bones and joints of the hand and keep the wrist safe during training
Hand Wrap Guide.
The first thing you need to do is unfold the bandages completely and check them. Make sure they fit you by measuring them. You must check that they are at least 180 cm long but you can choose different lengths up to a maximum of 4.5 meters. If you bought a shorter pair, you won't get the proper protection but, don't worry as this guide to hand wrapping will still fit.
Start with the thumb.
Start by passing your thumb through the loop. Keep your palm facing down and start wrapping the back of your hand first. Make sure you wrap the back of your hand first instead of the front as the bands may loosen during your workout. We advise you to go around your wrist three times and make sure you have enough protection but remember, while doing this, do not tighten the bandage too much to avoid cutting off blood circulation.
Start wrapping your hand, not your knuckles.
After wrapping your wrist several times, you can move to your hand. Make sure you go with the bandage over the thumb and just below the knuckles. At this point you will have to do three full circles. Wrap the bandage between your fingers.
After wrapping your hands, you can move onto your fingers and knuckles. As you're finishing the third wrap around your hand, pull the wrap under your palm. The bandage should continue where your wrist meets the underside of your thumb. This is because you will now be wrapping the bandage up and your thumb will help keep the bands in place. Then, pull the band over your hand and pass it between your pinky and ring fingers. You will now need to wear the bandage between your thumb and forefinger, as you can see here. Wrap your hand again going towards the wrist. After crossing your hand, wrap around the bottom of your wrist. Now you will go up again to bandage the next part: between the ring and middle fingers. After wrapping the knuckles, you will repeat the previous step, crossing the hand, around the wrist and back to wrap the next part, which will be between the index and middle fingers Once the bandage is passed around the thumb.
When you're done wrapping your knuckles, you can move onto your thumb. After wrapping the hand with the bandage, move it under the thumb, wrapping the bandage above and below the thumb. You will only need to do this once.
Protect everything with three wraps.
You will now need to turn your palm up. Turn your hand over and pull the wrap across your palm and begin wrapping the hand, front and back. Make sure you go around your knuckles three times. Once you're done wrapping your knuckles, you'll want to use the remaining wrap to cover your wrist.
Finish the bandage by closing it with Velcro. Finally, use Velcro to secure. Once you've done that, make a fist to make sure the bands don't tighten too much. If everything is perfect, you can finally put on the gloves.
Remember: if your hands start to hurt or change colour, take off your gloves and wraps. Let your hands recover and then try wrapping them again but not so tight.
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