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Home Training Guide

If you’re looking for home training boxing equipment, this guide will provide our tips on the best products you’ll need.

Setting Up a Boxing Bag

A Boxing Bag is one of the best Boxing Equipment items for your home. Luckily, Punch Equipment has you sorted with a huge range of bags for your home. We have free standing bags, speed balls, floor to ceiling balls, empty bags

Free Standing vs Traditional Boxing Bag

The first decision you’ll need to make is choosing between a free standing boxing bag or a traditional bag.
The benefit of a free standing bag is the ability to place a boxing training anywhere in your home, backyard or garage.
The major difference between the two is the fact that a free standing bag can be placed anywhere where there’s room.
Whereas, a traditional bag will require a stand or bracket installation, which can be impossible in a rented house. Although, the heavy bag is more suitable for heavy hitters and Kickboxing training at home.

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Boxing / Bag Gloves

Choosing the right boxing gloves depends on what kind of training you’ll be focusing on at home. If you’re hitting a punching bag, you’ll need a bag glove. Whereas you’ll need a proper boxing glove for hitting boxing pads or a shield. The glove you choose also depends on your weight and height.

The stronger you are, the heavier glove you’ll need to train with for building muscle mass. While kids and small ladies will only a smaller boxing glove or they can train with a mma/fingerless mitt.

Glove Weight Training Guide

8oz: Very light workout
10oz: Light workout
12oz: Medium workout
14oz: Medium – intense workout – beware as muscle development may occur
16oz & above: above: Intense workout – beware as muscle development may occur

Types of Gloves

Lace Up Wrist: Used for competition Boxing fights. Takes time to do up and tape but leaves no marks on the face.
Hook and Loop Wrist: For a firmer fit and more support.
Elastic Wrist: For a quick release.
Full Wrap Hook and Loop: For optimum comfort and support.
Attached thumb: For further thumb protection.

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Hand Wraps

Handwraps are a length of cotton or cotton/elastic material with a thumb loop & hook and loop closure. Hand wraps are designed to protect the knuckles and wrists whilst punching. They also absorb some of the sweat from the user.

If you’re not confident or short on time, Punch Equipment has developed a “quick wrap” which is a slip-on hand wrap. A quick wrap is perfect for beginners as you don’t need to know how to hand wrap.

Hand wraps, cotton inners and quick wraps should be used with all boxing gloves as they help protect the glove from sweat over time. The glove will also last longer with the use of wraps or inners.

Head Gear

If you’re sparring at home you’ll need a comfortable and quality boxing headgear to avoid injuries. The headgear you choose depends on your head size and training area. If you’re training in a hot climate, you’ll need an open-face headgear to keep your head cool. Whereas, colder climates will require a full-face headgear for training.


Kick / Boxing Shields

Punch Equipment has designed a kick shield specifically for home gyms and training. A kick shield is great for improving kickboxing skills and strength.

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We also sell a man shield that can be used as your kick/punching/grappling training equipment. A man shield is mainly used by ladies and kids for training all different types of boxing techniques.


Speed Ball / Platform

A speed ball along with a platform is ideal for training at home. A speed ball training your quickness and strength.


Clothing

Shorts – If you’re a Muay Thai fighter, we recommend Muay Thai shorts for training.
Shoes – If you’re sparring or a boxer, a pair of boxing shoes will take your training to another level. Boxing shoes are much lighter than regular training shoes and allow you to improve agility and footwork.
T-Shirt – a normal training t-shirt is fine for boxing training at home, we recommend a singlet if you’re training in a humid climate.