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Old 01-30-2008, 12:30 AM #1
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I been using everlast gel wraps
They feel alot better then hand wraps but yesturday i went 30 rounds in the gym because there was no training on i did 14 x 3minute rounds and 15 x 4 minute rounds then i noticed i had a few cuts on my knuckles.
Now they bloody sting everytime i hit the bag which is dam annoying so has anyone had a problem with gel wraps before? or is it just me? lol
and are they any gd to use in your opinions?
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Old 01-30-2008, 12:55 AM #2
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from what i've seen, gel wraps are used more for actual fights, rather that training sessions, i can understand that the threads on the inside would wear away at the skin and cause some damage, i would highly recommend saving them for your sparring matches or fights, and go with some traditional style handwraps
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Old 01-30-2008, 12:58 AM #3
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from what i've seen, gel wraps are used more for actual fights, rather that training sessions, i can understand that the threads on the inside would wear away at the skin and cause some damage, i would highly recommend saving them for your sparring matches or fights, and go with some traditional style handwraps
what threads? theres no threads inside a gel wrap bro its jus like a glove that protects ur knuckles.
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i know, and every material has to be held togetther somehow, do me a favor, and turn your gel wrap inside out and see if it has any threads inside, the kind that hold it together..
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