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post #21 of 46 (permalink) Old 11-06-2007, 09:04 AM
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i have some of this stuff if i had space i would really want to buy some matts for grappling and maybe a heavy bag but at the moment no space in my house for that

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Very quality lists Onganju. Don't forget rash guards though. Not always a must have but definitely good to have for grappling on a mat or carpet in my opinion.
Plus they help protect against ringworm, etc. I try to wear my longsleeve rash guards as much as possible.

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Don't worry. I mean any standard jockstrap. Just like this here.
i actually found exactly the same jock. very comfy.
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this is a great thread thanks guys
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post #25 of 46 (permalink) Old 10-13-2008, 08:09 PM
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can anyone recommend me where to buy a quality boxing bag that won't deform or tear over time?
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Okay guys, I thought I'd add a thing or two to this. If you have the choice of one set of striking training gloves, I highly recommend these: IMF Tech Training Gloves.



These gloves are awesome. The fit and feel are easy to get into due to the molded foam setting. They offer a lot of protection for both you and your sparring partner (unless you are hitting them in the head repeatedly) and still provide a bit of feedback to let you know that you are hitting your target solidly.

The cuff is a velcro closing with an elastic cover sleeve that helps support your wrist and protect your partner from getting scraped up or "velcro-burned." It's a small detail, but it sure as hell helps if you do any sort of clinch work.

The gloves are a steal at $64.95. They are comparable to IMF Training Gloves offered by Ringside. In fact, since they are from the same manufacturer (just branded differently) they are practically identical in function and fit. The new IMF Training Gloves by Ringside are simply the new model in a different color and finish rolled out this season. At $25 price difference, they are a hell of a deal.

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post #27 of 46 (permalink) Old 02-03-2009, 10:28 AM
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Hi Folks,

Anyone in the UK have any opinion on the Hayabusa MMA Gloves?

I've got myself a couple of Tapout T Shirts, and think I look the part, but I just wondered which MMA Gloves people liked.

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Are you going to be competeing? Just that if you're just training you have no need for mma style gloves and a pair of 16ozs will be much more useful.

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train with 14 or 16oz gloves youd be surprised how much quicker your hands are when you compete with 4 oz gloves after using heavy gloves during training
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Okay guys, I thought I'd add a thing or two to this. If you have the choice of one set of striking training gloves, I highly recommend these: IMF Tech Training Gloves.



These gloves are awesome. The fit and feel are easy to get into due to the molded foam setting. They offer a lot of protection for both you and your sparring partner (unless you are hitting them in the head repeatedly) and still provide a bit of feedback to let you know that you are hitting your target solidly.

The cuff is a velcro closing with an elastic cover sleeve that helps support your wrist and protect your partner from getting scraped up or "velcro-burned." It's a small detail, but it sure as hell helps if you do any sort of clinch work.

The gloves are a steal at $64.95. They are comparable to IMF Training Gloves offered by Ringside. In fact, since they are from the same manufacturer (just branded differently) they are practically identical in function and fit. The new IMF Training Gloves by Ringside are simply the new model in a different color and finish rolled out this season. At $25 price difference, they are a hell of a deal.
Would they do triple duty for pad work, bag work and ground fighting?


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