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  1. KhorneliusPraxx is offline
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    If you are bareknuckled, you shouldn't be hitting anything full power with a closed fist.


    unless it is hammer time!
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    Train bare knuckeled and you will be more safe if you fight that way. Train with gloves and you will have more power if you fight that way. Most people train with gloves and that's why they tend to injure themselves when they go at it without.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MMAMickey View Post
    the benefits of working bare knuckle (fight specific) are ruined by the fact you're not hitting full power
    It is still hard it is just not boxing glove hard
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    Quote Originally Posted by Monkfg View Post
    Train bare knuckeled and you will be more safe if you fight that way. Train with gloves and you will have more power if you fight that way. Most people train with gloves and that's why they tend to injure themselves when they go at it without.
    if you hit a bag with bag gloves you can feel exactly how your hands are connecting without skinning your knuckles and safely use full power.

    training bare knuckled is fucking retarded.
    "The hero and the coward both feel the same thing, but the hero projects his fear onto his opponent while the coward runs. 'Fear'. It's the same thing, but it's what you do with it that matters". - Cus D'Amato
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubba_The_SHY View Post
    Same reasoning applies to your knees, it's really bad on longterm to run on asphalt beacause of the continous schocks that your knees have to absorb. So try finding a dirt track and/or get yourself DECENT running shoes.
    Or run like a barefoot runner, with a “toe-first” stride where the impact is on the ball of the foot and the energy is absorbed by the muscles and tendons of the foot rather than jolting up to your knee. See Nature.
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    @Petter
    I did this and I fucked up the arch of my left foot. Now I walk differently and my left knee hurts. ****!
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    Yeah, I’m trying to be more “barefoot-like” myself (for various reasons), wearing extremely thin-soled shoes and so on. It’s an interesting experience; for the first couple of months my feet hurt because they were just too weak and not used to having to absorb energy. I feel like I’m finally starting to catch up, a little bit, and whether it’s causally related or not, I’m not having as much low-back pain as I am otherwise prone to (mild scoliosis+hyperlordosis+flat feet FTW).

    I don’t really run, though. I expect that would be an even steeper learning curve. But some people do seem to swear by it…
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    Quote Originally Posted by MMAMickey View Post
    training bare knuckled is fucking retarded.
    I'm a recovering retard, and I endorse this message!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Petter View Post
    Or run like a barefoot runner, with a “toe-first” stride where the impact is on the ball of the foot and the energy is absorbed by the muscles and tendons of the foot rather than jolting up to your knee. See Nature.
    It's all fun and games till someone get MRS.
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    If you do a serious heavy bag workout without gloves at full power and intensity and your hands are totally fine, you're probably doing something wrong.

    RE skinning the knuckles- I hit my heavy bag without gloves sometimes, and if you do it right you shouldn't be losing skin. A correct punch shouldn't graze the bag, and that's what will skin your knuckles. Your fist should be hitting roughly perpendicular to the bag and the force should go through your forearm, not across the skin of your knuckles.
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