Boxing and the Ohaus Boxing Scale

Posted in Uncategorised on 4th July 2018
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Boxing is a very popular combative sport in which two people, wearing protective gloves, throw punches at each other to score points by hitting an opponent cleanly or by knocking them out. Prior to the fight the boxers attend a weigh-in. The weigh-in takes place the day before the fight and the boxers stand on calibrated scales barefoot and without their gloves. ... During this later weigh-in, the fighter must weigh no more than 10 pounds (4.5 kg) above the weight limit for the fight.
The bout takes place in a boxing ring and comprises a set number of rounds, typically three minutes long with a minute break in between. The number of rounds is determined by the rules of the competition. The winner either achieves the highest number of points or stops their opponent during the fight or by either a knockout or they are unable to continue.
Boxing has also become a very popular fitness trend as with non-competitive sparring for people wanting to lose weight or simply get into shape.
The Ohaus SD Boxing Scale is a professional accurate scale which can be supplied with a Certificate of Calibration and is ideal for weighing fighters. It has a capacity of 200kg x 100g accuracy and can be powered either by AC adaptor or dry cell batteries making them ideal for portable use. The weight display indicator is attached with an extending curly cable to the weighing platform and can be fixed to a wall or left free standing on a desk or bench. The weight display is easy to use with a only two button operation. Two platforms sizes available i.e. 316mm x 280mm and 520mm x 400mm.

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