Hi, I'm Cary Williams, and we're going over today boxing glove standard measurements. Well that pretty much means the weight of your glove. We have all sorts of different weights and a benefit to having the proper fitted glove is really so that you can always know what it feels like when you are putting on appropriate gloves for sparring and for competing so you want to have the right size gloves. Really the sizing of the glove is kind of according to what your hand size is so it's not necessarily I'm going to put on a heavier glove because I want to do this with it or a lighter glove because it's going to make me do this. It's not really that it's just really the size of your hand. So for my hands I would use like an eight ounce glove, maybe up to a twelve ounce glove because I have smaller hands. Now you are looking at somebody who has very long fingers or a man that has maybe average size hands, that's like a 14 ounce glove. A 16 ounce glove you're looking at somebody who has larger hands and generally those are just for men and then an 18 is for hands that are very large so you've got kind of a variation of glove sizes for the punching bag gloves that you are going to be training with. There are also size gloves for sparring, sparring gloves for me because I'm 125 pounds so I'd wear about a 14 ounce glove and the sizing for the glove in sparring is more or less how much you weight because you are making impact with another person so you know that's really important that you don't want to have somebody that's in the ring that's 100 and maybe 90 pounds or over 200 pounds and they are wearing like a 12 ounce glove or a 14 ounce glove because they are going to end up hurting the other person and sparring is not really meant for that it's really just meant for practice.