Punch Mitts

Punch mitts have become one of the most vital and important necessities of every fighter’s training and workout. Gain punching speed and precision, sharpen jabs, hooks, uppercuts, angle punches, combinations, slipping punches, weaving, and more. Trainers can now choose from a massive selection of different styles, shapes, sizes, and options of mitts to hone every fighter’s skills and arsenal. Take your punch mitts training to the elite level with TITLE Boxing.
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Most coaches consider the punch mitts one, if not the most, crucial part of a well-rounded boxing routine. In boxing, mitts are utilized to review the basics, fine-tune fight strategy, and work specific combinations over and over, so that punches flow instinctually.

While training, boxing mitts put the coach directly in front of their fighter, which gives them the same perspective as a potential opponent. This is what makes them one of the best coaching tools to refine technique and perfect their form.

When using the boxing mitts correctly, they allow the coach to teach all aspects of the sport.

There are many diverse designs of punch mitts because each coach has his own, specific approach to working the mitts.

Compact punch mitts are best for working fast combinations and moving quickly from one drill to the next. They allow the coach to change up and put punches together more quickly, so they are best suited for faster fighters and developing speed.

Larger mitts are made for drilling specific punches, perfecting form, and breaking down technique. These types of punch mitts are a bit slower which makes them more suited for analyzing each movement.

absorb impact from hard hitting fighters. Powerful heavyweights and heavy-handed fighters do not have to pull their punches because of the shock-absorbing qualities that air mitts possess. The internal air pocket alleviates impact, which makes it easier on the coach and more effective for the fighter.

Regardless of the size or design, the most important approach to working the punch mitts is to use them with a purpose. Whether to increase conditioning, improve technique, develop hand speed, or work on strategic moves, if you work them intentionally, you can't go wrong.

FAQs



Smaller mitts are great for accuracy and speed. A coach can work faster with smaller mitts but larger mitts are good for heavy hitters and absorbing your fighter's power. Both speed and power can help improve your fighter's punching endurance.



Punch mitts are a great training tool for coaches. The help fighters building speed, power and accuracy while allowing the coach to dictate the pace of the exercise.



We have a few great articles on punch mitts in our blog that can help answer this question. Those articles can be found here.




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