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Fundamentally, no it won't. A punch is a delivery of kinetic force; a resistance band will simply help you burn more calories and maybe increase your muscle tone a little. Using a resistance band will tend to work your hand grip, forearms, triceps and anterior deltoid muscles. Punching with weights will do the same however it will also indirectly stress ...


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I dont believe it will help with punching power as power relies on mass and speed. Mass relies on coordination of the whole body and there is a lot more to be gained practising better coordination. Speed relies on coordintaion as well as reducing resistance which is attained by limiting the use of antagonistic muscles. This device will engage them. What ...


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I have not tried what you suggest, but it sounds awkward. It also seems to me that it might impede proper form in punch delivery. If you want stronger punches increase the strength of your whole body, focus on using proper form in practice, and do bag work with a partner. Something like a resistance band tied to your belt is going to offer resistance in ...


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No, size doesn't matter heart and by that I mean the desire to do a thing -- I've seen 6'8" and 220 lbs fly up nimbly and 5'4" 220 lbs men do the same (I've only met a few (5-10) women/lady masters and grandmasters (2,3). I've seen (nearly) chubby, and old men do that what they envisioned and others hesitate to believe possible at all -- seen kids who ...


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Massive training of Speed and precision. Practice your hands with shadow boxing with weights in your arms and legs. And also for precision you need to aim the target with HIGH AIMING ABILITY, so you need a much smaller target practice like hanging a rope instead of a punching bag then hit it. Also with this training you can also gain more stamina.



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