What is a boxer's most precious weapon? Their hands.
Look at Mayweather, by all accounts his hands became brittle over the years but he managed to keep them strong and safe by developing his hand strength. He wouldn't have lasted as long if he didn't, that's for sure.
There are a number of ways you can develop your hand muscles to condition them for a fight:
1) Finger Grips - excellent for keeping your fingers conditioned and strong. Adds a level of resistance to extending your fingers.
- Green - 3kg / 6.6lbs
- Grey - 4kg / 8.8lbs
- Black - 5kg / 11lbs
2) Hand Grips - they provide a similar stretch to the finger grips but the additional material makes it a little easier to do and has a slightly different angle for the stretch.
- Green - 3kg / 6.6lbs
- Blue - 4kg / 8.8lbs
- Orange - 5kg / 11lbs
3) Ring Grips - This is more tailored for developing your hand strength rather than finger strength (although you can actually do both here). Squeeze on your ring and develop your hands!
- Green ring - 30lbs
- Blue ring - 40lbs
- Orange ring - 50lbs
4) Egg Grips - Great as a cool down or to use on the side. Perhaps you're working and would like something to destress or to slowly increase that hand strength of yours.
Have you ever wondered how to improve your reflexes in boxing? Yes, the best way is undoubtedly sparring but we can’t always do this. Another brilliant method is this reflex ball. Seriously, it looks easy right? Good luck managing to string 3 or 4 clean punches on it before you lose your timing. We can’t recommend this ball enough as a supplement to your current training regime. We ensured that the colour of the ball was bright and vivid to help with focus (what use would a grey ball be!?)
If for any reason you are unsatisfied with your product we will happily offer you a refund, no questions asked! We understand what it is like to not enjoy a product that you spent your hard earned money on. However, we are certain that you will get great use out of your carefully designed item.
What is it used for?
Superb for timing
Develops your speed
Excellent for reflexes
Builds hand-eye co-ordination
How do you use it?
You place the headband around your forehead.
You put the string through the metal hole at the front.
You adjust the length of the ball by pulling the string accordingly (we recommend a length of approximately to your belly button.
You tie the string in a firm double knot.
Begin trying to develop a rhythm by punching the ball slowly.