Replacing gloves isn't a cut-and-dry science. There are levels of "broken down" that we are able to accept in a glove. Here, though, are five signs that it's time to say goodbye to favorite pair of Muay Thai gloves.
GEAR Q&A: HOW TO MAINTAIN YOUR EQUIPMENT In order to train Muay Thai, you will need to have gear, the quality of which will have a huge impact on your training. Whether you have difficulty deciding which is best,
Annihilate The Heavy Bag! The heavy bag is undoubtedly an important piece of training equipment. Bag exercises not only build up endurance and strength, but hone technique and help one develop and perfect combinations. There are many useful
"The Best Punching Bag I've Ever Used" [caption id="attachment_11005" align="alignright" width="296"] The author with his home tire bag.[/caption] I’ve used many punching bags: Thai bags, teardrop bags, even those old-school Century dummies. It wasn’t until a trip
Pros And Cons Of The LightSpeed Bag Evaluating and reviewing training equipment can be looked through the same lens which one looks at a fighting technique. There are things that a technique is and isn't, the same with any
I've held a countless number of rounds for my training partners throughout my career. I've also kicked, knees, punched and elbowed a wide variety of Thai pads throughout my 20+ fights. With my fair share of experience both hitting and holding Thai