Posted on October 27 2020
Place your thumb through the hole at the end of the wrap. It's located at the opposite end from the rubber strap. Make sure the underside of the wrap is against your hand; if you wind the wrap upside down, you'll have trouble fastening it when you're finished.
Wrap your wrist. Wind the wrap around the back of your wrist 3 to 4 times, depending on the size of your hands and the level of stability you want to attain. Finish with the wrap at the inside of your wrist.
- The wrap should be flat and directly overlap itself with each turn.
- If you find that you need to add or reduce length to the wrap at the end, adjust the number of times you wrap your wrist.
Pull the wrap around the back of your hand, over the area just above your thumb, and across your palm to the other side. Wrap the same place three times, ending with the wrap on the inside of your hand near the thumb.
Wrap your thumb. Start by wrapping your wrist one time, finishing with the wrap near your thumb. Wind the wrap from the bottom of your thumb toward the top, then back to the bottom. Finish by wrapping your wrist once more.
- Wind the wrap from the inside of your wrist over the top of the hand and between the pinky and ring finger.
- Wind it back from the inside of the wrist over the top of the hand and between the ring finger and middle finger.
- Wind it again from the inside of the wrist over the top of the hand and between the middle finger and index finger. Finish at the inside of the wrist.
Wrap your hand again. Start by wrapping the wrist, then wrap diagonally from the inside of your wrist to the outside of your hand. Continue wrapping across your palm and just above your thumb. Repeat until the length of the wrap has been used, then finish with one last wrap around your wrist.
Secure the wrap with our world class rubber strap, let's go!
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