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  1. Phrost is offline
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     Guy Who Pays the Bills and Gets the Death Threats Style: MMA (Retired)

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    My two cents would be to actually punch someone.

    Other than that, I use handweights (not locking elbows on extension), and shadowbox every free moment I can get away with it (when people around me won't look at me like I'm insane).
  2. IndoChinese is offline

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     Style: Liu Seong Gung Fu

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    power and speed in punching is primarily a function of relaxation and coordination.

    like Phrost said, the best way to improve punches is to punch, all kinds of different ways.

    peace.

    " a cow doesnt whinny, and a horse has no udder, back is to the sides, and sideways is straight ahead"
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    shadowboxing, in front of a mirror to see how fast u r going...then try to go beyond the speed u r going right now.
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    and tru, relaxing does speed u up alot more
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    Just some key points I stress for developing good functional speed:

    Relax the mind and the breath is correct. When the breath is correct, the body is truly relaxed. None of this is possible if you foster specific intent.

    Finding your sound is the most important step to finding your power.

    Speed is useless if it lacks proper timing.




    Edited by - Shooter on May 16 2003 23:12:18
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     Style: Liu Seong Gung Fu

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    bang,bang,bang,bang....

    peace.

    " a cow doesnt whinny, and a horse has no udder, back is to the sides, and sideways is straight ahead"
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    kuntaokid, I'm not sure I understand. I might need more information. hahaha
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    Actually, I was bein serious. I dunno what 'bang, bang, bang, bang ' means.
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    I knew you'd like that. Ha!
  10. IndoChinese is offline

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     Style: Liu Seong Gung Fu

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    i was punctuating your points. your screename makes me think of sixshooters. lol

    and your posts often are like 'bulleted' lists.

    one liners. very concise. excellent.

    sorry, i try not to post whore. just had an urge.

    peace.

    " a cow doesnt whinny, and a horse has no udder, back is to the sides, and sideways is straight ahead"
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