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Hey guys. Heres the thing.. sometimes i train boxing and although i have no problems with my left (jabbing, upper, hook) I DO have problems with my right hand.

Last time i sparred with this guy who was always clinching. So i punched his body, and he felt it as it took the legs out of him, but i also hurted my right wrist. In the later rounds i just used my left because my RH hurted against his head

No bone injury, anyway im seeing a problem here. Do u have ANY ADVICE ON HOW TO MAKE MY WRIST STRONGER -besided learning how to proper punch, but believe me i aint that bad my hand betrayes me everytime im not wearing big gloves or sparr heavy.

THANKS IN ADVANCE FOR UR ADVICES ON HOW TO MAKE MY RIGHT WRIST STRONGER
 

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Hey guys. Heres the thing.. sometimes i train boxing and although i have no problems with my left (jabbing, upper, hook) I DO have problems with my right hand.

Last time i sparred with this guy who was always clinching. So i punched his body, and he felt it as it took the legs out of him, but i also hurted my right wrist. In the later rounds i just used my left because my RH hurted against his head

No bone injury, anyway im seeing a problem here. Do u have ANY ADVICE ON HOW TO MAKE MY WRIST STRONGER -besided learning how to proper punch, but believe me i aint that bad my hand betrayes me everytime im not wearing big gloves or sparr heavy.

THANKS IN ADVANCE FOR UR ADVICES ON HOW TO MAKE MY RIGHT WRIST STRONGER
Wear hand wraps, do wrist strengthening exercises/warm up wrists before training, and like you said learn correct punching techniques.
If it still hurts later on see the Doctor bud.
 
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