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Old 01-07-2010, 06:18 PM   #41 (permalink)
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GOOD LIST!! MMA gloves shouldnt really be used to train with as in striking its a easy way to get hurt and put ur self out of training. I do throw them on when im grappling which makes a diffrence from no gloves to even the mma gloves.
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I've been using MMA gloves for striking and it hasn't hurt my fists yet. Probably got used to it though, after doing it for a long time. Buying another set of gloves just for striking just didn't seem logical to me.
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GOOD LIST!! MMA gloves shouldnt really be used to train with as in striking its a easy way to get hurt and put ur self out of training. I do throw them on when im grappling which makes a diffrence from no gloves to even the mma gloves.
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I've been using MMA gloves for striking and it hasn't hurt my fists yet. Probably got used to it though, after doing it for a long time. Buying another set of gloves just for striking just didn't seem logical to me.
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Headgear
The most important of your equipment. Best tip I can give is spend a little extra on your headgear. Try Winning FG-5000 or FG-2900. Cleto Reyes Classic and Face Protectors work amazingly also. 100% worth the price to protect that noggin.

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Sparring: You want to protect your partner in training so, be nice and buy 16 oz and above with soft, quality padding. No Everlast junk.

Bag/Pads: Wrist protection is key: Wrap your hands very well and use pads with great reviewed wrist protection. Laces are most often the most protective option for your wrist.
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