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How To: Wrap your hands for boxing when fighting

A boxer knows that during and after a fight, their bodies will be aching. As a part of the job, they grit their teeth, focus and get past the pain. The most important part of a boxer's body, though, is arguably his hands. A boxer depends on his hands to win fights and to train. The best thing one can do to protect their hands is to wrap them properly. This video will show you exactly how to wrap your hands so that they are cushioned and protected against injury. An ideal wrapping job would pu...

How To: Do low and high leg wraps in tango

In this video, we learn how to do low and high leg wraps in tango. Whether you are doing a high or low wrap, you want to make sure you have total control over your leg. The leader should know how to position their body and have the right energy while doing this. The leader should have their thigh positioned in the correct place so they can receive the wrap and the woman can wrap correctly. You will have choices on how you articulate the wrap. Have the intention to have full contact with your ...

How To: Tie your belt in karate, in 2 ways

In this how-to video, you will learn how to tie your belt in two different ways. For the first method, take the halfway point of your belt and place it at the belly. Wrap it around and then take the ends an go underneath and through with the right side. Take the left side and wrap it over the right. Tighten the knot. For the second method, take a section of the belt and wrap it around your body. The right will go over the left and go through. Take the left and go over the right and wrap it th...

How To: Wear a sarong in a variety of ways

Fashion designer Cate Adair demonstrates dressing with a sarong for Modern Mom. She also discusses how to buy or extend a sarong when the one you find isn’t long enough. One important consideration for beginners is finding a sarong that can wrap around the body twice for security. One way she wraps is to simply wrap under the armpits twice and tie a flower or ornament with the corner. Another way is to put the full sarong on from the front, wrap each end backward and then over the shoulders...

How To: Sculpt a baby monkey out of polymer clay

Witness this step by step photo presentation of sculpting a mini monkey from polymer clay by Judy Dickinson. Bake the individual pieces of the face and body wrapped in aluminum foil. Delicately sculpt the monkey's arms and legs, leaving ball joints to sew on a fabric body. When the monkey pieces are done baking, paint it and sew a little outfit for your cute baby monkey doll.

How To: Wrap & wear your baby in a long scarf

This video tutorial shows you how to use a long wrap product to dress yourself while creating a secure carrier for your baby. The long wrap is brought forward from back to front and round your belly button, criss-crossed over your back and brought forward and criss-crossed once more, then tied. The two criss-crosses (in the shape of an X) help hold the babies legs, as the pass through the criss-crosses and support the baby. You should then try to bring the fabric down as far as possible to su...

How To: Wear an Indian style sari for women

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to wear a Sari. Users will first need to wear the blouse, petticoat and heels. Begin by tucking the plain in the petticoat and wrap it around once. Then tuck it in. Now wrap the Sari around your body once and make 5-7 pleats with the Sari. Place it on your left shoulder and wrap it once around your body. Then tuck it into your blouse. Make sure the the Sari is all the same length. This video will benefit those viewers who are interested in Indian fash...

How To: Make a toga in two minutes

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a toga in two minutes. First, pick out the fabric that you want, you will need around 6 yards. Next, get in a stance with your legs apart so you have leg room to move after you wrap it around. Then, wrap the fabric around your waist, tucking it into your back pocket to avoid using a safety pin. Next, start wrapping the rest of the fabric around your entire body until you reach the top around your chest. Don't wrap up to your neck. Then, throw the rest of...

How To: Practice the noose yoga pose

Looking for new yoga poses? Learn how to do the Noose Pose in this yoga video. To do the Noose yoga pose you should come into squat pose, wrap arms around back & under knee, twist body and breathe properly. With this how to video you will be able to incorporate the noose pose into your yoga routine.

How To: Tie a Uni Midge for fly fishing

The Uni Midge fly is a relatively easy to tie pattern which is great for fly fishing trout and all other fish that feed on midges, one of the most important food supplies for trout. The uni-stretch material makes the body build up very quickly using a lot less wraps than traditional thread.

How To: Do a one arm pushup in minutes

This video starts off with a guy doing several one-arm push-ups. He goes on by saying that since the days of rocky a lot of men have wanted to do the one arm push up. It takes a long time to develop the strength needed to be able to do the one arm push-up set. The video demonstrates a way to be able and start doing them now with the assistance of a power stretch band. Have the band tried up high and wrap the loop around the shoulder that you will not be using in the one arm push up. Press you...

How To: Make a custom dress form

Kick up your look by adding dresses you make yourself to your wardrobe. It's simple to create a patter and sew a dress that will fit your exact measurements. You'll be amazed at the differene of having a drees you made yourself makes.

How To: Abseil (decend) in rock climbing

In this Outdoor Recreation video tutorial you will learn how to abseil (decend) in rock climbing. You will need some friction device for this purpose. Earlier people used to wrap the rope around their body and used the body as the friction device. That is a painful process. In the modern method, a figure 8 friction plate is used. There should be no jewelry or other hanging material around the body that can get entangled with the figure 8 plate. Also check the harness is OK. Then carefully go ...

How To: Make a wire wrap ring

When it comes to displaying your own sense of style, there are so many different options to choose from. You can focus on the hair, hands, whole body, or even your toes. Either way, you can customize and create any stlye you can by easily choosing which jewelry to wear or how to wear your hair style. This video tutorial will help give you another great option to help achieve that personalized look. Find out how to make awire wrap ring easily. Enjoy!

How To: Move a piano in one minute

This video demonstrates how to move a piano in one minute. First, cover the top of the piano with tarp. Then wrap cellophane tape around the top, cover and all. Remove the foot pedal. Set aside. Then, remove the first leg of the piano. Rest the corner of the piano body carefully on the floor. Continue to remove the piano legs one at a time. Lifting the piano carefully, wrap 2 straps around the broad top of the piano and lock the straps tight. Draw another strap through the other two straps to...

How To: Tie a toga for young men

This video is a must-see for all those freshman pledges headed to toga parties down on fraternity row. Or better yet, the girlfriends that are dressing those guys! She begins by wrapping the sheet around the back of the male model. One end is at the chest while the other end is wrapped over the opposing shoulder after making the entire loop around his body. She pins one corner at the left shoulder blade, pulling the loose excess to the back. She pulls the other corner underneath his arm and t...

How To: Understand different wrap types for boxing

Laura Bateman, of Extreme Fitness Now, demonstrates how to wrap your hands for boxing. Wrapping is important for protecting your wrists and knuckles from injury. Mexican hand wraps are longer than the typical hand wraps. Place the looped end of the wrap over your thumb. Be sure to position the wrap the right side down. Next, wrap it around your wrist three times. Feed the wrap under your thumb, under the palm and up to the knuckle of the index finger. Wrap the knuckle two times. Cross down to...

How To: Wrap a gift the easy way

In this tutorial, we learn how to wrap a gift the easy way. To begin, lay the wrapping paper down on a flat surface. Next, lay your gift down upside down on the middle of the paper. Next, fold the paper over half the gift, then tape it. After this, measure the other side to meet in the middle, and make a crease. fold it over the middle and tap it. Now, fold in the sides. To do this, fold in the edges first, then push the top layer down, and bring the bottom layer up. Tape this. Now, turn the ...

How To: Gift Wrap Using Recycled Materials with Threadbanger

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to gift wrap using recycled material. The materials need for this project are: a potato, large paper bag, tape, ribbon and paint. Begin by cutting the potato in half and draw a simple shape onto the sliced surface of the potato. Then cut out the negative part of the shape with a knife. Now open the bottom of the paper bag and cut down the side so that it lays flat. Then brush some paint onto the potato stamp and press it down along the paper to form a...

How To: Create 3D wrapping light streaks in Photoshop

Looking to jazz up your Photoshop creations? Learn how to create 3D wrapping light streaks in Photoshop with help from this video. By starting with a simple 3D object created in Photoshop, "wrap" the object with light, specifically these light zips or bands to create this effect. Not pleased with the look of this effect? Create the path(s) and then tweak and create whatever kind of effect you want!

How To: Correctly wrap your hands for boxing

In this boxing fitness video the instructor shows how to wrap hands for boxing training. If you are going to hit heavy bags or pads for fitness boxing, then you need to properly wrap your hands or you face the danger of injuring your knuckles or wrists. The instructor shows you how to wrap by wrapping a cloth around a woman's hand. Instead of wrapping the cloth on your hands yourself, it is always better to ask some one to wrap your wrists for you because they can work with both of their hand...

How To: Wrap a Christmas present professionally

We totally get it if you're a present wrapping procrastinator. Thinking about what presents to get your friends and family is hard enough, and then actually going to the store and shopping around for them for hours on end is exhausting. By the time you have everything in front of you, the thought of wrapping them is just painful.

How To: Wrap gifts Furoshiki eco friendly style this Christmas

Learn how to wrap your presents in Furoshiki (cloth) to avoid using wrapping paper. Unlike wrapping paper (which usually can't be recycled) Furoshiki can be used again and again. With the economy the way it is, now is a good time to recycle and reuse, instead of wasting throw away goods. Watch this video to learn how to wrap your gifts Furoshiki style this holiday season.

How To: Do a basic handwrap for boxing

In this tutorial, we learn how to do a basic hand wrap for boxing. First, grab the wrap and wrap it around your knuckles several times. After this, wrap down towards your thumb. Then, wrap diagonally and go the wrist, wrap around this several times. From here, wrap around the thumb from the wrist and then go diagonal to the area below the knuckles. Use your fingers to space in between the wrapping so you don't make it too tight. Continue to do this same pattern a few more times until you have...

How To: Stabilize your thumb in a handwrap for boxing

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to wrap their hands for boxing. Begin by putting the hand through the loop and put the wrap over the hand. Now wrap it 3 time around the wrist and layer it. Then go back and criss cross the back of the wrist, as well as in between the thumb and index finger. Now wrap it around the thumb. Now wrap 3 times around the knuckles and layer it. Go through a pair of fingers, then wrap it around the thumb and repeat this for the other fingers. Finish by coveri...

How To: Wrap your wrist for boxing the right way

Wrapping your wrists for boxing is very important to provide protection and support when you are throwing your punches. This video shows you the right way to wrap your wrists to prevent injury. You'll be putting the seam side of the wrap against your skin, and start by putting the loop at the end over your thumb. You will start by wrapping the wrist a few times, depending on how long your wrap is. Watch to see the correct way to cover the knuckles and secure the wrap against your hand before ...

How To: Put on boxing hand wraps

This is a video tutorial on how to put on boxing wraps. There are many different ways of wrapping your hands so as to protect your hand. The hand wraps used are 180 inches. Unwrap the hand wrap and put your thumb into the loop and go around back and wrap your wrist twice. Be careful not to make it too tight nor too loose. After that, you wrap your knuckles twice and go back to your wrist. Then come up again and wrap through your fingers as shown in the video. Follow the rest of the video to p...

How To: Dress an hourglass figure

It's difficult to go wrong if you're shaped like an hourglass – bust and hip measurements that are fairly equal, and a waist that is 10 inches smaller than either – but here are some tips to make you lucky ladies stand out even more.

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