Sorry if the title seems misleading; I can't really explain this in Thai boxing terms. I have been through the stickies as well fyi. So the problem is when I hold thai pads for combination drills ' 1-2-3-4' , etc it is fine because I adjust the pad to make solid contact. However when we do "punch out" drills (rapid series of jabs/straights)the pad keeps twisting towards me. Usually they are like /o\ , but I am told to put them very close with only a 2-3 inch space between them during the "punch out" to form a shield. Most people however end up punching towards the outside edge of the pad (where the wrist goes) and the pad just turns in towards my face :icon_cry2 . Not only am I worried about losing teeth (no mouthguards in drills usually) it strains my wrist. Fairtex Thai Pads [KPLC2] - Front View 2 Link leads to an example of the kind the club uses. Any advice would be appreciated, I have class on Weds.