How to Punch HARDER and FASTER with your RIGHT HAND | Olympic Coach Wayne GordonVote
How to Punch HARDER and FASTER with your RIGHT HAND | Olympic Coach Wayne Gordon
Punching Harder with your RIGHT HAND or rear hand has many components. Here are some of the points we'll be discussing in today's video with my Olympic Coach Wayne G.
- How to Measure Distance
- How to Land a Clean Right Hand Shot
- How to Land a Powerful Right Hand Body Shot
- How to Balance
- What Happens If you Miss with Right Hand Power Shot
- 3 Right Hand Variations
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The power of a punch comes from the floor, not the muscle or size of the arm. So it makes no difference the length or muscle if you don't know how to deliver it. People who know how to punch, punch harder. Some people are naturally gifted with an innate ability to produce power in their punches, like Tyson.
Much of the power in your punches comes from your shoulders and back, so do push-ups, pull-ups and shoulder presses to target these muscles. Strengthen your arms with bicep curls and target your chest with bench presses. Because your abs act as stabilizers, focus on these muscles by performing sit-ups and crunches.
Push-ups can help build punching power. In a plyometric workout, limit the amount of repetitions you do because the exercise will be so taxing on your muscles. You can still do two, three or four sets of explosive push-ups during your workout but limit the number of repetitions in each set to five to 10.
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- Punch More! The more experience gathered, the better the timing of the double peak muscle activation.
- Utilize the ‘energy shout’ It has the potential to enhance effective mass immediately.
- “Knock-out” artists have a greater contribution from the legs in their punching power compared to other stylists of fighters. Train your legs to maximize strength/power capabilities. But don’t neglect your trunk and arm musculature.
- Bigger is not better. Rather the ability to effectively transfer momentum between body segments, being relaxed while throwing the punch to maximize acceleration & velocity, and stiffening the arm at the last possible moment to minimize “wobbling mass” and optimize effective mass.
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Boxing is an art and there is always room for improvement. Boxers that think they know everything will never be able to learn how to punch harder. Keeping an open mind and paying attention to techniques and strategies that are not your own is the best way to learn. Respect punching techniques different from your own and see how you can incorporate their techniques into your own.
About Nate Bower:
Nate Bower is a certified PTS, boxing instructor, personal trainer, and competitive athlete in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. This channel offers boxing workouts, heavy bag workouts, high-intensity interval training, motivation, timed session workout routines, and more.
About Nate Bower Fitness
Nate Bower is a certified PTS, boxing instructor, personal trailer, and competitive athlete based out of Toronto Ontario, Canada. This channel offers boxing workouts, heavy bag workouts, high intensity interval training, motivation, timed session workout routines, and more.