If you are training in Krav Maga or a variety of other martial arts, there’s a good chance you will find yourself sparring or hitting the heavy bag at some time. There’s no better way to refine your techniques than through practice and hitting the heavy bag is a great way to practice your punching and kicking technique. Today, let’s talk about training gloves. Although you can use these for sparring (so you can put your training partner’s headgear to good use) we’ll be talking about how you can use the Everlast Pro Style Training Gloves to help with your conditioning training and bag work.
The Everlast Pro Style Training Gloves are a great addition to your training equipment. They come in a variety of weights (mine are 12 oz) and include an attached thumb for safety and a mesh palm for quicker drying. The wrist wraps are a little short, making it a little tough to put on the gloves yourself but overall, these training gloves do a great job.
- Good quality and inexpensive
- Mesh palm for quick drying
- Attached thumb
- Wrist strap is short, making it a little difficult to put on the gloves yourself
- Made from vinyl, not leather
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Let’s face it; hitting someone with big, cushy gloves can be great fun. That is, until they start hitting back. The right gloves can be the difference between a challenging sparring match or a down right beating. The bigger you or your partners are, the bigger your gloves need to be. Although they come in a variety of weights, most men will use 16 oz gloves for sparring and either 12 oz or 14 oz for bag work. Women will often use 12 oz or 14 oz for sparring and either the same or a little lighter for bag work.