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  1. Ramonesfreak566 is offline

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    Increasing speed of strikes

    Yeah i assume you guys would know some workouts or training methods to increase my kicks and punches?if so do you mind telling me some of those methods and whatnot please?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramonesfreak566 View Post
    Yeah i assume you guys would know some workouts or training methods to increase my kicks and punches?if so do you mind telling me some of those methods and whatnot please?
    Ah,What are the speeds of your current strikes both for kicking and punching? Can you please list those Speeds for each specific type of kick and or punch?

    So how have you determined what your current speed is? Please be very specific in telling us what your Handy methodology was.

    Obviously we would need to know what your baseline speeds look like when compared to the average Legitimate practitioner of any particular striking art. Is there a particular art that you are using for an
    Easy comparison?

    For my own edification Are you just trying to increase the velocity of your strikes or the number of strikes you can make in a minute?

    Is the speed of the strike your only concern? Would trading power for speed be acceptable?

    What is your overall objective?

    What do you mean by "increase my kicks and punches"? Increase what exactly?



    On second thought, your post is a little vague, forget I said anything.
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    Someone will be along shortly to spank the n00b for us and send to Trollshido, in the meantime, please prepare a list of appropriate insults and jibes in order to ensure the n00b, whose intelligence is obviously lacking, never repeats this blatant disregard for the forum rules.
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    That post has been sitting there all afternoon just begging to be moved to ymas or something and yet it still sits there. Come on when's opening day around here?
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    Not an advanced topic.

    But, seeing as it hasn't been moved yet.. The speed of your strikes will improve with repetitions of correct technique, which ultimately yields greater neurological efficiency in that movement (think 'muscle memory').

    There will be a point where genetics will cap your progress, but padwork, bagwork and sparring are the best ways to increase your speed, and a whole load of other improvements.
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    Hey sorry jerks I can't always move stuff on the weekend.

    OP: Speed is an illusion. There is only timing. The difference between the fastest puncher and the slowest is milliseconds. Timing and accuracy is what make people appear to be super fast. Keep training and sparring and focus on precisely striking your partners and learn to read their movements. If you can punch where someone is going to be you will always seem faster.
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    1) Learn form for jab
    2) Stand in front of a mirror
    3) Do three sets of 20 strikes alternating hands a day for months (pause between strikes)
    4) Concentrate on speed, remember to pull back fast
    5) When it's hard to see your hands you are getting fast
    6) RELAX YOUR SHOULDERS AND BREATHE
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    Yeah sorry about that **** posting thing....and i wouldve have loved to reply too the people who have posted on here but i have school and while im at school everybody happens to post so yeah....ill post on the weekends instead

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