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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 02-25-2007, 04:42 PM Thread Starter
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Has anyone heard of these brands, they sell Everlast and other brands but they also sell their own brands. I've seen pictures of their Muay Thai bags at Randy Couture's Gym, and their also used by American Top Team. I was thinking of buying an unfilled Muay Thai bag they're only $99.00
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Has anyone heard of these brands, they sell Everlast and other brands but they also sell their own brands. I've seen pictures of their Muay Thai bags at Randy Couture's Gym, and their also used by American Top Team. I was thinking of buying an unfilled Muay Thai bag they're only $99.00
title is a very good company to work with , they are fast and let you know of every thing they are doing. the title brand(boxing line is all i have experience with them as of now) is very good quality stuff.

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post #3 of 12 (permalink) Old 02-25-2007, 10:10 PM Thread Starter
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About gloves

Should I use regualar Bag Gloves for working on the muay Thai Bag or some MMA Bag GLoves like these Everlast MMA Synthetic Leather Hook-and-Loop Bag Gloves from Title MMA
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That site looks awesome. Thanks. It looks like they are giving away a free tshirt with any order too. Pretty cool.
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Should I use regualar Bag Gloves for working on the muay Thai Bag or some MMA Bag GLoves like these Everlast MMA Synthetic Leather Hook-and-Loop Bag Gloves from Title MMA
if you hit the heavy bag the first thing you should do is wrap you hands, i injured my hand long time ago with no wraps and hitting the heavy bag. title carries the platnium wrap those are my favorte wraps, i have tried mexican style, everlast, centry, but none are as good as my title platnuim

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Alright I'll wrap my hands but which glove should I use? A normal bag glove or those MMA ones? ALso can I use those MMA Bag GLoves for Punch Mitts and some light sparring?
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i feel there is no need to get mma style gloves unless your going to compete in that type of fight. it does not feel good getting hit with a 16oz glove(feels like a basketball got slammed into my face) but that is the wieght of sparring/bag gloves we used.
i tried muay thai, but i do not like my feet leaving the ground, and the first kick i tried to deliver i thought i broke my foot, i was to scared to try to leg check any thing, but i did notice "fairtex" was the brand of the glove.

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You use 4oz MMA gloves for MMA sparring. It's not like you're actually using 100% power...
he asked about a bag too. so i told him about the gloves i use for heavy bag & sparring. i know your not using 100% in sparing.. all the time... and even though you may not use 100% sparring. proper placement, timing, and mechanics, still hurts.
i do not do mma i have never been hit with 4oz gloves, and i do not think i really want to.

can you please give me your workout on your stand up with your mma gloves?

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I don't really have a stand up workout, but I'm probably going to buy some normal bag gloves the MMA ones are only so you can make a tighter fist.
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watitdo, still waiting... what was your stand up workout, with mma gloves???

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