Tuesday, May 19, 2009
These boxing mitts feature Velcro wrists and are made from high grade cow hide leather. Genuine Leather for superior durability, Metal Grip Cord for weight resistance and Elastic Wrist for snug fit & quick on & off, Available in different colors only in sizes Small, Medium and Large.
Thursday, May 14, 2009
Weight Lifting Neoprene Belts
High Quality Neoprene Belt offers support for all lifters. Power lifting belt offers an extra-firm design with reinforced neoprene. It features a unique downward angle that fits the natural shape of the back and hip and rib contours for extra comfort. It widens at the front for abdominal support and includes a dual closure system with a heavy-duty, stainless-steel slide bar buckle. Fully adjustable with a Velcro Closure for a snug comfortable fit.
Weight Lifting Leather Belts
Manufacturers and Suppliers of Cycling and Boxing products offer its complete line of Weight Lifting and fitness equipments. Weight Lifting Leather Belts are carefully constructed for strong support and exceptional durability. Top-quality leather, suede-lined and double stitched. Full foam padding, extra lumbar pad. 2-prong, heavy-duty buckles for comfort and support. We can also manufacture as per your detailed specifications.
Power Lifting Belts
Find power lifting belts in different sizes, colors and types. We also carry a very large selection of weight belts, weight lifting accessories and more. Our large selection makes it easy for you to find your favorite power lifting belts, Weight Lifting gloves, and dip belts at economical price. We have produced weight belts for professional athletes, celebrities, professional wrestlers and individuals who demand quality product that can be customized to their unique personality.
We have extensive range of weight lifting belts now presenting Dip Belts. The Dipping belt is an excellent device for increasing load on bodyweight exercises such as Dips and Chins. Dip belt is used to increase body weight when doing dips, chins A, and lunges by attaching a weight to one's body. A dip belt intensifies the triceps, back and chest. A weight lifting strap is designed to wrap around the wrist and the bar in pull ups, chin ups, and other heavy lifting exercises. By attaching to both the wrist and the bar, a weight lifting strap provides excellent wrist support, and allows the focus of the exercise to remain on the arms instead of on the wrists.
Monday, May 11, 2009
Summer Cycling Gloves:
Look after your hands with our selection of Gloves provides solutions for every style of cycling. We present Summer Cycling Gloves prevents sweat from slicking grips and controls, protects your palms from abrasions if you fall. For summer riding, look our cycling glove that allow precise control when braking or shifting. Half Fingergloves have padded palms and varying uppers for breathability and/or protectiona, close fitting wrist and ergonomic Velcro closure.
Winter Cycling Gloves:
Our current selections of Gloves contain latest Winter Cycling Gloves specially designed for cold weather and protect your hands from cold wind and rain. Also helpful to keep your grip secure and keep them warm in winter. Different weights are available with varying layers depending on how much protection you require. Shock absorbing gel palm padded inserts, Adjustable Velcro fastening and Finger loops for easy removal after use.They include pressure point padding on the palm and silicon print on the fingers for grip.
Sunday, May 10, 2009
TOP-IN-TOWN Sports Co." was established in 1985.We are new Trends setter in Fitness / Weight Lifting, Boxing and Cycling, Gloves, Belts and Accessories. We strongly believe to serve for the satisfaction of our worthy Customers around the World with top quality Gloves, Belts and Accessories produced from best available Local and Imported materials under Modern and Hi-Tech Machinery, well experienced skilled workers under strict quality control. Find extensive collection of Summer Cycling Gloves, winter cycling gloves, boxing equipment, boxing gloves, cycling products, boxing head gear, focus pads, shin guards, boxing strike shields, Weight Lifting gloves, fitness belts as well as mixed martail Arts products under one roof. Our products shows our committment of Excellent Protection, Performance and Comfort. Our main Business Markets are USA, UK, Germany, France, Spain, Austria, Sweden, Finland, Poland, Russia, Ukraine, Japan, Taiwan, Singapore and Middle East etc.
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Monday, May 4, 2009
What type of activity you will be doing:
Do an online search of boxing gloves, and you'll get more results returned than you know what to do with! First of all, you need to determine the purpose of your gloves. Are they for full contact boxing? Martial arts sparring? Training? Bag work? Aerobic kick boxing? Establish which kind of fighting you plan on participating in first. Then look at the various styles, sizes and weights.
Right size and weight:
Glove size and glove weight are not the same thing. In many cases the sizing does correspond with the weight of the glove, however this is not always true.You will pick the WEIGHT of the glove depending on your chosen method of use. You will often choose SIZE depending on the best fit of the glove.
The most common sizes for gloves run small, medium and large. The most common sizes for gloves are:
• 8 oz. - common for competitive boxers
• 10 oz. - common for competitive boxers
• 12 oz. - common for women and people with small hands for training
• 14 oz. - common for average size people for training
• 16 oz. - common for people of all sizes for training
• 18 oz. - commonly used for larger weight classes for training
• 20 oz. - commonly used for larger weight classes for training
You will be able to find weights ranging from 10 to 20 ounces. In most professional boxing matches, the fighters usually wear 10 oz gloves. However, for training purposes, most gloves weigh 12 oz, 14 oz, and 16 oz. The heavier the glove, the more protection it offers. For beginners, 14 oz and 16 oz gloves are recommended. For sparring purposes, 16 oz boxing gloves are standard.
Get the right size. Most gloves are sized small, medium and large sizes. On average, men will wear large, women will wear medium and youth will wear small. Of course this will vary if one has exceptionally large or small mitts. Some manufacturers also vary slightly, but for the most part the sizing is fairly standardized.
When choosing glove size you want the gloves to have a snug fit. If there is too much room inside for your hands to move around, there is potential for injury.
Two important things to note when choosing glove size
1. The glove will stretch - like a good pair of shoes. The more you use them, the more they will stretch to fit your hand. So the best gloves for you will probably not fit perfectly when they are brand new. You might want to consider buying them to be a little tighter fitting than you think.
2. Make sure there is room for hand wraps. Do not buy gloves without wrapping your hands and trying them on. It is very important for you to wear hand wraps and you do not want to get your new gloves and realize after the fact that they won't fit while you are wearing your hand wraps.
Another factor to consider is the closure on the glove; do you prefer Velcro or laces? The classic style boxing gloves that you always see in prize fights are tied on with laces. Just like lacing up your shoes, laces provide a nice snug fit. It takes two people to get lace up gloves on.
The advantage to buying a pair of boxing gloves with Velcro straps is that you can easily put on the gloves, and remove them yourself. If you have ever tried to lace a pair of gloves when nobody is around, it is almost impossible. For your average person and general training purposes, gloves with Velcro straps are very acceptable.
Wednesday, April 29, 2009
The main use of boxing gloves is to safeguard the knuckles of the fighters. Nowadays, extra padding is used that coerces the boxers to input extra strategy rather than pure brute force. Numerous types of boxing gloves are described below;
French style full contact fight gloves with wide elastic closing. Fight Boxing Gloves conform to the shape of your fist for maximum comfort, grip and support.
Boxing Sports Glove:
Sparing glove with padding at the palm area short hook and loop wrist closing for easy on and off.
Punching Boxing Glove:
Super sparring glove specially devised for the modern people and has thick padding at back and extra padding at palm to absorb kicks while training Thai boxing.
Boxing Bag Glove:
All time favorite sparring glove manufactured with extra cushions on the inside for hand comfort and a snug fit.
Leather Boxing Gloves:
Professional fighting glove with multiple layer rubber padding, lace style and extra piece foam for extra comfort that provides the feeling already broken in.
Training Boxing Gloves:
Heavy hitter lace-up training boxing glove with soft extra thick high density rubber padding for the glove.
The main use of Boxing Gloves is to safeguard the knuckles of the fighters. Boxing Gloves can be secured to the hands by laces, hook and loop closures, rubber band straps, or Velcro straps. They are worn with hand wraps, which are long strips of cloth wound around the hands.
Difference between Lace vs. Velcro:
Boxing gloves with Lace is of the classic style, usually seen in prize fights, are often tied onto the boxer's hands with laces. As with your shoes, a pair of gloves with laces can ensure a very snug fit. Simple put: you can get a tighter more secure fit using lace up gloves.
It used to be that all gloves were lace up. Now in many cases the gloves will be Velcro or also called hook and loop. This is a development in recent years that occurred because hook and loop Gloves are much easier to put on and take off. If you are training by yourself it can be very difficult to put lace up gloves on with no one around to help. Also, it is difficult to pull lace gloves as tight as you would like if you are by yourself.
In almost every case now days you will end up getting hook and loop gloves for training purposes. However, lace up gloves are still used professionally and are popular if you have a coach or training partner that can help you put them on before you get in the ring.