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Hand Wrapping for Body
Combat
Starting Point
Watch your hand from that point
The back
side of the
wrap
The front
side of the
wrap
Step 1
Place the loop onto your thumb,
making sure the wrap is faced down
(the fornt of the wrap be at the
front)
Step 2 – wrapping the wrist x 2
Then wrap the wrist around
twice. Don’t have to be exactly
same position, but keep it
clos...
Step 3 – wrap the thumb x 2
1
2
Step 3 – wrap the thumb x 2
On last slide you see the
wrap goes a little higher
around the hand first and
the from down (f...
Step 3 – wrap the thumb x 2
FROM NOW ON NEVER GO AROUND THE THUMB ANYMORE!
Step 4 – wrapping upper hand x3
Wrap from right front to left beneath the hand x3
Step 5 – go down and once around the wrist
3 times
Drag the wrap down
across your hand and
wrap 1 time around the
wrist (f...
Step 6 – Wrapping between fingers
Step 6 – Wrapping between fingers
1
2
3
4
1 full finger wrap: from
behind of the hand, pull
down to the wrist and
from beh...
Step 6 – Wrapping between fingers
2
3
4
Step 7 – Wrapping Knucles
Having hand in that position make
it into a fist to expose your knuckles
more.
Step 7 – Wrapping Knucles
1
2
3
Wrap the knucles tight from the front right to left (behind the hand) and then
drag it fro...
Step 8 – Final wrapping of the wrist
Drag down and wrap
around the wrist (going a
little down with each wrap,
or later a l...
Step 9 - Closing
The closing might be on any side of
the hand – don’t worry. Usually it
should be on the back of it. Put t...
The end
CONGRATULATIONS!
For a video tutorial see: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qehJlSiX7Nc
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Step by step with photos of wrapping hands form martial arts classes, in this case for Body Combat (where you won't hit actual people or things, but the wraps help you focus your punches). Hope it helps. Link to the video tutorial at the end of the slide.

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  1. 1. Hand Wrapping for Body Combat
  2. 2. Starting Point Watch your hand from that point The back side of the wrap The front side of the wrap
  3. 3. Step 1 Place the loop onto your thumb, making sure the wrap is faced down (the fornt of the wrap be at the front)
  4. 4. Step 2 – wrapping the wrist x 2 Then wrap the wrist around twice. Don’t have to be exactly same position, but keep it close. Direction: from down left to up right. Wrao the wrist 2 times!
  5. 5. Step 3 – wrap the thumb x 2 1 2
  6. 6. Step 3 – wrap the thumb x 2 On last slide you see the wrap goes a little higher around the hand first and the from down (front) it goes around the thumb and from this position it starts the 2nd thumb wrap (around the hand and around the thumb same way). So wrap the hand-thumb 2 times!
  7. 7. Step 3 – wrap the thumb x 2 FROM NOW ON NEVER GO AROUND THE THUMB ANYMORE!
  8. 8. Step 4 – wrapping upper hand x3 Wrap from right front to left beneath the hand x3
  9. 9. Step 5 – go down and once around the wrist 3 times Drag the wrap down across your hand and wrap 1 time around the wrist (from below).
  10. 10. Step 6 – Wrapping between fingers
  11. 11. Step 6 – Wrapping between fingers 1 2 3 4 1 full finger wrap: from behind of the hand, pull down to the wrist and from behind wrap it once around the wrist.
  12. 12. Step 6 – Wrapping between fingers 2 3 4
  13. 13. Step 7 – Wrapping Knucles Having hand in that position make it into a fist to expose your knuckles more.
  14. 14. Step 7 – Wrapping Knucles 1 2 3 Wrap the knucles tight from the front right to left (behind the hand) and then drag it from between the fingers and thumb down. Use the thumb to help hold the wrap so it won’t loosen.
  15. 15. Step 8 – Final wrapping of the wrist Drag down and wrap around the wrist (going a little down with each wrap, or later a littl e up if neccessary) as many times as needed. The closing
  16. 16. Step 9 - Closing The closing might be on any side of the hand – don’t worry. Usually it should be on the back of it. Put the sticky end under the black loop so that it won’t distract you later.
  17. 17. The end CONGRATULATIONS! For a video tutorial see: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qehJlSiX7Nc
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