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    OK, now this is YMAS.

    carry on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backfistmonkey View Post
    Nice theory but I don't really think you understand the info you are passing out.
    Ok what was wrong with what I said. It was a short description of putting your your body behind the punch instead of arm punching.

    Again nice theory, but even more misleading than the first paragraph . You are passing on a nice recipe for fail and injury .

    Is this how your Hapkido is taught ?
    No this is all me.

    That is not true actually. Just hitting a heavy bag hard does not mean you can punch hard . Punching power is all about the timing joined with technique. You cannot develop the feel for it flailing about on a heavy bag with the internet as a guide .

    You need a target who is punching you in the fucking face to truly know if you punch hard effectively .
    Great I understand that, but we are just talking about developing punching power. I was not thinking to include live training against an opponent.

    If you are training within your own style it is not cross training . What the hell are you talking about ?
    Just a side comment of training with teacher form other schools even in your own style you can still learn new things.

    Also I guess I should have mentioned to start out slow to avoid injury, but its not like he never punched a heavy bag.
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    Now that it's in YMAS, I'll reveal the truth.

    Dips and overhead presses, plus heavy deads and squats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Emevas View Post
    Now that it's in YMAS, I'll reveal the truth.

    Dips and overhead presses, plus heavy deads and squats.
    I too prefer to troll in the PT forums and seriously answer questions in YMAS.[/sarcasm]

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    Well, it didn't belong in the PT forums, as it as more a gitmo post, but now that it's open game, I can give teh r33l advice.
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    Alucard, if you listen to Emevas you will one day be able to overhead press people who try to fight you in line at Karate Kid as opposed to snap-kicking them in the chest.

    You now face a difficult decision.

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    Quote Originally Posted by svt2026 View Post
    Ok what was wrong with what I said. It was a short description of putting your your body behind the punch instead of arm punching.
    You didn't start from the beginning . It should start with the toes, your basic body alignment and foot work .

    No this is all me.
    Why do you think the people who actually know how to punch tell people to wear bag gloves and wraps ?

    Great I understand that, but we are just talking about developing punching power. I was not thinking to include live training against an opponent.
    If you train to hit a bag hard that is ALL you will be able to hit hard. I assume people want to learn how to punch hard to hit PEOPLE hard. It is not the same thing .

    Also, he stated in the OP he wants to use it in sparring .

    Quote Originally Posted by Alucard619 View Post
    We focused on punches a lot tonight in class. Whilst doing all the drills I realized I want my punches to become a lot stronger, especially when I spar.

    When it comes to this subject I hear different things. Some say strengthening the forearm. Some people say doing knuckle push ups and others says striking a hard object repeatedly. Any thoughts?

    While I would think it would be fucking grade A awesome to start dropping opponents with hooks to the temple and straight rights during TKD sparring I don't think it is allowed in the rule set ... I know it sure the hell isn't encouraged or structured by the rules to head hunt with your hands .

    Just a side comment of training with teacher form other schools even in your own style you can still learn new things.
    Excellent idea, I didn't get that out of what I read earlier ( oh and mad props and thanks on the spell checking this time around ).

    Also I guess I should have mentioned to start out slow to avoid injury, but its not like he never punched a heavy bag.
    Have you read his other posts in other threads ? He is awesome enough already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kickapoo View Post
    Alucard, if you listen to Emevas you will one day be able to overhead press people who try to fight you in line at Karate Kid as opposed to snap-kicking them in the chest.

    You now face a difficult decision.
    I actually find most people don't want to start fights with me.
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    If real life is anything like Bullshido, perhaps it is because everyone thinks you are Mariusz Pudzianowski or Derek Poundstone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kickapoo View Post
    If real life is anything like Bullshido, perhaps it is because everyone thinks you are Mariusz Pudzianowski or Derek Poundstone?
    My phsique bears a passing resemblence to Fedor.
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