BOXING EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURERS
FITNESS EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURERS
The punches power starts at the ball of feet amplifed at the hips (hip twist)and followed through at shoulders and ending at the fist. this allows your whole body's power to be behind the punch.
A boxing training program must focus on reactive power, power endurance, muscular endurance, anaerobic endurance and aerobic endurance. The majority of a boxer’s annual plan is spent on preparatory training phases planned so that the boxer is at a physical peak for the fight. Training should develop both the aerobic and anaerobic energy systems. Boxers must also be able to react quickly and powerfully to an opponent's attack. Agility and reaction time are vital components of a boxers armoury.
Muscular Endurance Training
Boxers require strength endurance in order to maintain a high level of work throughout a bout. Even in amateur (ABA or Olympic) boxing 2 minute rounds require a sustained effort.
Core Strength Conditioning For Athletes
The core musculature bridges the upper and lower body. The stronger and more able they are, the greater the synergy of movement can be. Core strength is essential for boxers.
Medicine Ball Exercises
Medicine balls are a classic boxing training tool. They can be used to develop strength and power and allow the boxer to incorporate very specific movements into his or her routine.
Kettlebell training is becoming more popular with combat athletes. Provided they are used correctly they can be very effective training aids for developing explosive power and core strength.
G.F.F. Fitness Factory arranges boxing equipment productions for many globally famous brands. We cover all product groups required for a professional boxing training. The product range includes boxing hand wraps, boxing shin guards, boxing gloves, mouth guards, punching bags, punching dummies, speed bags, hand targets, boxing headgear, and even boxing rings. Since the full list of boxing products made within our boxing equipment factory is just to long for one website, we will only present a few generally needed oem boxing products:
usual punching bags include basic ceiling mounted punching bags filled with sand, punching stands, pear shaped punching bags, punching bag dummies, speed bags, speed balls. Punching bags are often filled with grains, sand, rags, or other material, and are usually hung from the ceiling or affixed to a stand. Other bags have an internal bladder to allow them to be filled with air or water. The design of a punching bag allows it to take repeated and constant physical abuse without breaking. The bag must also absorb the impact of blows without causing harm to the user.
Boxing gloves usually come with either lace-ups or velcro. In velcro gloves, the velcro acts as a second handwrap that adds more stability to the wrist. Lace-up gloves provide a more snug and secure fit, but unlike velcro gloves, require assistance from another person to lace, and are usually wrapped with tape before the match. Lace-up gloves can be converted to velcro gloves using a hook and loop converter.
Three types of padding commonly used in boxing gloves are horsehair padding, foam padding or a mix of both. Foam padding gloves use latex and PVC foam with shock absorber. Horsehair gloves last longer than foam padding gloves and are environmentally friendly, but are less protective.
In amateur boxing matches, glove color is restricted to red or blue, often with a white "scoring area" at the knuckles to help judges see and record points from a proper punch. Boxing gloves are worn over hand wraps, which help stabilize the fist area against injuries such as the eponymous boxer's fracture of the fifth metacarpal. The hand wrap is usually made from cotton and is available in either 120 inches (3,000 mm) or 170 inches (4,300 mm).
common boxing glove sizes are 4 oz, 6 oz, 10 oz,12 oz, 14 oz, 16 oz, 18 oz, 20 oz
the material used with boxing gloves is generally multi-layered foam and composite microfiber. The gloves are generally covered by leather or vinyl.
• Bag gloves: A cushioned glove to protect the athlete's hands against heavy strikes on punching bags; these are the gloves most recommended by trainers for all boxing training, especially for non-sparrers.
• Sparring gloves: Gloves designed to protect both athletes during practice bouts.
• Competition gloves: Gloves designed to protect both athletes during competitions, built according to official regulations. Generally less padded than other glove types.
commonly customers order boxing gloves together with boxing hand wraps / boxing wrist bandages, boxing mouth guards, boxing hand targets / focus pads, boxing shin guards, and boxing headgear.
We also offer oem productions of custom made boxing champion belts, oem kick boxing shorts, boxing and workout gyms, and boxing rings.
All products are fully customisable. To start your own production please send us very clear instructions, on which products you need, as well as your preferred materials, sizes and further customisations.