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Why was there a beeping noise at the end My new boxing channel is up and running now You forgot the plaster of Paris... Thanks Manny Pacquiao Thank you! Thx bro know U know how to fight and do my hand wraps Tq bro Best method thank you My math teacher didn't stand a chance You might not see this but honestly thank you!
Cause now I realized I cant do this because I have bad wraps. Instructions unclear, wrapped my entire face now I can’t see where my opponent is punching from Helpful tip so you can remember
3 times around the wrist
3 times around the hand
3 times around the knuckles
and that is it if you have any left over just wrap around wrist hand etc.
The thing that helps me remember is 3,333 four things three times Aww man hv no wraps might just use ma underwear I might need to know this for karate Me who condition my knuckles me also finding out I have arthritis Not sure if you actually respond or not but, here goes: the thumb loop always cuts into my thumb and causes pain for me. Any suggestions? Instructions unclear, hands turning purple Geez that’s a long wrap ..🤔I have small hands and no way I get that amount of wraps Thank you for this video. It was very concise. I ran out exactly where you siad lol. I rewrapped using a 2 by 2 and then into the X's so I could finish on the wrist. Comfortable and easy to remember. Have a Sub : ) He’s still liking comments 8 years later... a real G