Boxing Tips to Increase Your Punching Power

by Rado on October 7, 2006

in Boxing Techniques

Here are some GUARANTEED boxing tips to increase your punching power. It doesn't matter if you're a boxer, a fighter, or someone just cross-training for health and fitness reasons. Punching harder is FUN!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A harder punch earns you more respect in the ring, in the streets, anywhere. It also trains your body to move as one unit and makes you stronger at everything that you do. Enough talking, on to the punching. By the way, this guide is for a big RIGHT HAND punch…once you get that down, simply apply the same concepts to all your other punches like the left hooks and etc.

 

Key concepts – The force starts from your toe up your legs, whips out from your shoulders and follows your fist out to the point of impact.

 

Now, I'm gonna describe the starting position and final position of your body parts from your feet all the way up and out to your fist.

 

 

FEET:

- Spread a little bit wider than shoulder position. When it doubt, go a little wider.
- The back foot heel is always lifted up.
- Keep your feet on the ground! Anchored feet gives you more power. Lifting your feet while punching is like punching while you're hanging from a rope.
- Your feet will pivot and your toes turn to point in the direction of your punch.

 

LEGS:

- Knees should always be bent!
- You should feel the force traveling up your legs and forward
- Your legs should be providing the power for your punch! – Think of your arms as simply a means of directing your punches.

 

SHOULDERS and TORSO:

- Your whole upper body will rotate FAST and HARD to spin out the punching fist from your shoulders.
- Concentrate heavily on this rotation. A deep body rotation with little arm extension hits harder than light body rotation with a fully extended arm!

 

 

CHEST

- You breathe out and exhale as you punch. Breathe out fast and hard. Make a noise with your mouth is recommended. That's why martial arts schools always have you yell as you do a striking manuever. It's to make sure that you are exhaling while exerting your force.

HEAD

- Your head goes forward and leans over just a little so that it is out of the way and safe from a left hook counter at the same moment.
- You always keep your eyes on target. Not doing this takes out A LOT of accuracy AND power from your punch.

 

AIM:

- Learn your arm's length and stepping reach.
- Punching at too close or too far of a range diminishes the power.
- Hardest punches only travel about 1 feet or 2 feet max before reaching the target.
- Also keep in mind that crossing punches hit the hardest. In other words, the most powerful spot for a right hand punch is roughly the area in front of THE PUNCHER's left shoulder, and the most powerful spot for a left hand punch is in front of the right shoulder. Keep in mind that when I say in front, I don't mean directly in front of your shoulder, but rather the arm's length in front of the shoulders.

 

ARM and FIST:

- You start with your glove near your face. You punch straight off your face. You never cock back or anything, because you don't want to telegraph off your face.
- You do not go for a big long swinging path. Punch it straight. The power comes from your legs and body rotation.
-Your entire body rotates and your upper body rotates to swing your non-punch hand out of the way, and swings your punching hand out to your opponent.
- Your hand is held relaxed and then as you punch, you feel the force go up your body and out through your fist as it extends towards your opponent. You tighten your fist as you punch.

 

 

 

Final tips:

When throwing combos: Your body should be spinning from side to side, spinning your hips and shoulders into the punch. Your feet should be standing on the balls and pivoting from side to side pointing in the direction of your punch. As you pivot your feet, your heels should be lifting in alternating patterns; in other words, when you throw the right hand, both feet point in the direction of the punch, and your left heel drops to the ground while the right heel lifts up to "push" into the punch, and as you spin your body in the opposite direction to throw a following a left hook, the body and feet pivot to the right with the right heel dropping and the left heel lifting to "push" into the punch.

When practicing your power punches: Throw power comboes one punch at a time and POSE after every punch. So it's like BAM-*pause*-BAM-*pause*-BAM! Your body and head should spin in the direction that you punch. Over time this practice will build your power punches, and train your body to move with the punches, giving it more power.

Keep in mind that throwing your fist 2 feet will never have the same effect as throwing your body even just 6 inches. Use your body when you punch and you WILL knock out your opponent!




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{ 76 comments… read them below or add one }

ko wlshy March 8, 2008 at 3:33 am

not quite!
this isn’t completely correct. i box and you do not ever lean into the punch you lean back and twist your body.

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abd June 2, 2008 at 7:26 am

yo
give me smaller and less complicated tips

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Rado June 6, 2008 at 10:02 pm

punching tips
abd – plant your feet, turn your shoulders, use angles, and aim for the chin/temple/solar-plexus/or ribs.

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BIG DICK WILLY June 16, 2008 at 10:00 pm

that was a good tip, but you can also punch hard without leaning into it

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Aldrich June 23, 2008 at 3:40 pm

Do NOT!
I’m a trained second dan black belt in karate – do not move your shoulders, since anyone could simply dislocate your shoulder if they are trained – its an unnecesary risk

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fsdgasb August 12, 2012 at 8:15 am

this is boxing not trained martial art where they will break your shoulder this is just squaring up and punching.

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Rado June 24, 2008 at 3:44 am

RE: Aldrich
Actually, you MUST move the shoulders because it cocks up the power for the very next punch and offers you protection for your upper body. In all my years of boxing, I have yet to see:

- a good boxer that doesn’t turn his shoulders
- a boxer getting a dislocated shoulder

Turning your shoulder not only adds power, but it protects your body as you cover one side of your body and offer your opponent a smaller target. I’d rather turn my shoulder to cover my chin than risk leaving it out there to get hit by a counter left hook.

I am curious though – how exactly can your opponent dislocated the shoulder? It sounds like a very hard thing to do.

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jim May 5, 2012 at 11:33 pm

i am also a black belt in the martial arts when you look someone dead in the eye you can see their whole body the movement of the shoulders will give away the direction of their punch. you should definatly not move your shoulders in the process. Boxing is a totatlly different sport than martial arts. if i where to fight a boxer, i would prefer to box his ears off with my feet there is noway in hell his arms are as long as my legs…

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dan February 11, 2013 at 10:25 am

Whether your legs are longer than arms, what’s going to hit the target first? Definitely a punch.

mike July 18, 2008 at 8:50 pm

interesting tips
very helpful

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Mick November 2, 2008 at 5:37 am

jesus
1. karateka are in no position to lecture anyone on punching, punching from your hip cuts your power and leaves your head open because your shoulder is down. having been a first dan in karate and then switching to boxing and muay thai i know this as fact

2. leaning back while punching is only for a left hook. for straight punches you must lean forward into them or the power will suffer

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Leo December 20, 2008 at 3:56 am

re: Aldrich
How in the world could you dislocate your shoulder?

Turning your shoulders are a must in boxing, it increases your punching power and develops technique and it also provides additional protection, it is both offense and defence.

Never seen a boxer who is not turning their shoulders

Being a boxer myself i feel kinda perplexed about the non-shoulder-turning thingy

Boxers are master pugilists (fist fighters) and all we do is punch, and we dont
like it if someone else other than boxers lectures us about punching.

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Undisputed March 11, 2009 at 8:27 am

Shape
Well, I am thinking of joining my High school boxing club, but i have no idea where to start my training. I go to the local gym very often to workout and take classes. Im scared that my weight limit will weigh in and i will have to fight people seven or 8 times my size. Just because of loose blubber, not saying i am chubby. Im very muscular in my opinon it just hides behind a bit of fat. Anyway to reduce the fat on my Thighs and arms? Thx

-Undisputed

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caleb March 17, 2009 at 1:19 pm

c man
i am 9 tryin to box i like rockey

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semi March 17, 2009 at 8:08 pm

lol c man to funny
um yeah thanks for the info admin very helpful..I will try theses tecnecs

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Reaon July 20, 2009 at 10:32 pm

just use the advice that works and give advice that works…annoying comments are not needed
I agree with alot said all around…and as for my advice I like to start a little lower with my punch by bending my legs a little more then I would and as I punch…lets say at a jaw I step into and stretch my frame into the target creating a leaning A frame…. if your punch is making contact, punch through it like you need to reach past point of contact by about a foot or so to deliver maximum force. I love to strike hard when someone is fooling around with suker punches…usually they anticapate a heavey guard when they are striking and are not ready for my fists…. Hit hard and stay strong

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Lone Wolf September 24, 2009 at 4:30 pm

Good tips
When you use all the information the author has given in a smooth yet rapid and controlled motion, your destructive power becomes devastating!

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marc September 27, 2009 at 9:42 am

leaning
when throwing a punch say a right all the write side of your body should be transferd to the direction of the punch as far as possible without loosing your balance and your left side should move back a perfect transfer of your body waight.

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Common Sense October 16, 2009 at 12:08 pm

THANKS FOR THE TIPS!!!
I couldn’t resist posting this reply to: Adlrich

We are talking about BOXING tips here, not Karate, or MMA. Traditional boxing. I found the tips very helpful and they worked for me 100%, just as the headline foretold. Maybe they could increase the font size of the headline to 200 pt so that you could read it next time.

Idiot!

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BabyyGirl December 30, 2009 at 1:03 am

iloveyou! (*)
everyy helpfull tipppss babee :) x

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Ryan February 19, 2010 at 4:58 pm

Max Power
It makes sense that no matter how strong your arms are, not using your body weight will waste power. For example, lets say you have a super strong arm extension. You stand in front of a wall 1 foot away, and without moving your body, punch the immovable wall. What will happen? Besides breaking your hand, your body will be forced BACK. Although your arm COULD produce more power, it’s being wasted in pushing your own weight backwards. Now, what if you RAN at the wall, and then extended your arm. Well, much more power will be transferred into the wall…and your arm will probably be broken and or shoulder dislocated. Moral of the story, the amount of damage the wall exerts back on you is proportional to the power transferred from your body into the wall. Apply this logic to a human body target.

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big block February 23, 2010 at 9:57 am

truth about this
i am a martail artist and im not gonna say oooo im a black belt ill kick your ass buti know what im talking about in muay thai,dim mak and some karate all above is true from every angle of fighting the only thing that makes your punch strong is your mind, when you strike you strike like a snake,not wasting any energy until you impact your target which you aim THROUGH and only striking with the front two knuckles as this will add bone shattering impact to you hit iv been in countless fights in competitons on the street and i never lose because my mind doesnt allow it and i use pressure point knockouts mostly as they are more simple and EXTREMELY EFFECTIVE youtube -shortman29340-dim mak death touch and you can see how i can easily knock someone out

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ik March 4, 2010 at 9:53 am

mr
boxing is not for everyone, its not an art or a science, its for certain people who are desperate or egotistical or troubled they dont mind ruining their features or mental health, its just put under a mask of art and science and sport and entertainment. if you are born with a combination of any two- good speed, fast reflexes (i.e feet,reactions), power, and a good chin you can be a good boxer. however for everyone learning to throw punches is very important as its a big part of streetfights. Besides, A semi-pro grappler will bang out a pro boxer.

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juan@boxing November 10, 2012 at 11:53 am

Boxing is for every soul not the desperate nor the troubled its for those who has heart and the potential to keep fighting…so there you have it boxing can be for everybody just got to practice and never be scared or back down

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dan February 11, 2013 at 10:30 am

A semi pro grappler would beat a pro boxer? Seriously? Yeah maybe these journeymen that are worse than novice amateurs, but other than that, NO.

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Karate Sucks April 16, 2010 at 8:08 am

Ignore the Karate Guy
Ignore the karate guy. they don’t know what they’re talking about and always lose to more effective styles like muay thai. most effective fighting style: krav maga. it combines the best of the best and removes anything that’s flashy or not effective from it’s techniques. pure hurt is what it is.

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dino February 27, 2013 at 9:59 am

well….karate could be effective my friend forget about the flashy move but one solid kick ull be out.im an mma fighter n if u ever watch ufc ull find out lyoto machida is a karate expert n he knocked out guys who got one knock out punch like evans n henderson who everybody fears his punch couldnt even connect one on machida.n how many boxers dares getting in the cage? only james toney n he didnt even get the chance to throw one punch he was taken down n force to tap.so only power punch is not enough.got to be an all round up fighter.

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nate June 2, 2013 at 4:12 am

Correct me if I’m wrong but didn’t Bones Jones beat Lyoto Machida?

- April 16, 2010 at 12:02 pm

hmm
good tips but loong readin
but its worth it ive been
practisin and it WORKS

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nipper April 20, 2010 at 1:15 pm

im thinking of staring up , i hope it will help me control my temper !! whats the best foods 2 eat b4 and after boxing plz ?

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red April 28, 2010 at 11:41 am

nice
this suckt

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red April 28, 2010 at 11:43 am

nice
u impress the girels why u fucken bitch r so dome that u r gay

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roderic b July 19, 2010 at 12:17 pm

fist
it is always good to hit something hard that can hurt because in real fighting you get nervous about the hardness of a face and breakdown

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icon July 31, 2010 at 8:50 am

training is just for stamina the real boxing is the will to win the fight.. have you seen manny pacquiao when he was younger you don’t even can see his potential becoz his boxing sucks just relying on himself..

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Unknown September 23, 2010 at 1:27 pm

Hell yeah!
Boxing or not, at least this will improve the basic punches for a MMA fighter like myself. Thanks guys….and Karate sucks, Boxing and MMA are better!

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yournotammafighter May 25, 2013 at 4:01 pm

There would be no MMA without Karate you moron, lmao wow! You know how many guys in the UFC have Karate experience?…….ALL OF THEM…. with a few exceptions.

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shrinivasan October 4, 2010 at 1:42 am

truth
concentration –>accuracy–> power

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gstar October 24, 2010 at 4:10 am

good
good in your dreams this tips are rubbish they do not work some do.

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MuaMan October 24, 2010 at 6:17 pm

i agree
These tips are true! It’s hard to explain how to increase KO power any better…
All I can think of is that you MUST:
• Rotate your shoulders and transfer your bodyweight into a punch,
• EXHALE every punch – ESPECIALLY WHEN POWER PUNCHING (or you can get a serious migraine),
• Try not to over-extend – keep your punches at a distance you feel comfortable with,
• Only twist your wrists and tense a split second before the point of impact,
• Keep hydrated and refrain from smoking (NO: tobacco/ weed/ crack/ meth).

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DRUNK BASTARD November 29, 2010 at 1:50 pm

ALL YOU GUYS
I’LL KICK ALL YOUR ASSES….(HICUUP) ….ALL OV’ YAHS DON’T WANT TO FEEL THE WRATH OF THE MALT LIQUOR BULL

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Marine December 26, 2010 at 10:48 am

Dislocated shoulder can happen!
Came upon this thread doing a google search on boxing and dislocated shoulders. Just want to mention that a dislocated shoulder IS possible when punching. Ha, I am prime example. All times happening during some form of martial arts. I firmly believe that there is something wrong with my punching technique and I am putting my arm in a vulnerable spot (not to mention there is probably something jacked up in my shoulders). My base style is I’m a 1st Dan in Kyokushin Karate. No we do not punch from the hips. We try to keep punches as linear as possible with the power coming from the hips and that push pull force. The punches I’ve learned from Kyokushin has transferred over to the combative Martial Arts I learn in the Marine Corps… and this is where I dislocated my other shoulder…haha. Same idea. I can’t tell if I’m making full extension and over extending my arm putting my shoulder in a vulnerable spot. Anyways, I am not an expert at boxing…just want to mention that it is possible!

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moth3r February 16, 2011 at 3:53 am

olympics 2008 beijing..57kg boxer dislocated his shoulder!!..

can i use weights to supplement on muscle strength and power while doing these exercises!?

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doesnt matter April 1, 2011 at 8:14 pm

i am tired of people saying how ineffective karate is. I will agree that most mainstream dojo’s are full of pathetic wannabe’s and in truth have instructors who care for little more than wanting to get a buck out of you, but when you come upon a REAL karate dojo you will find some of the most dangerous men alive.

“It isn’t the style that the man is using that makes a good fighter, it’s the way that the man learns the style that makes a good fighter”

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saisathya April 3, 2011 at 3:52 am

master
very good tips dude

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jakob April 12, 2011 at 9:02 am

karate
guys karate is bad ass and i know tons of dudes that would beat ur asses. boxing is awesome but i would like to see a boxer grow sum ballz and try to beat my sensei

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JS May 25, 2013 at 2:28 am

Dude, I’m all about respecting traditional Chinese martial arts, but you also have to be realistic. I usually stand up for traditional martial artists, but I see why a lot of boxing/mma/kickboxing guys hate the traditional practitioners. You guys are over-confident D-bags(aren’t you supposed to be humble?). What kind of moron puts his teacher up on an auction block on a website. If I was your instructor, I’b be pretty upset that you even brought me up in this trivial conversation. And guess what dude, your Sensei(BTW you should always capitalize his title if you actually respect him, which you clearly don’t) has had his ass handed to him before. Nobody just wins at everything forever. He’s been beaten at some point , and if he hasn’t that means that he hasn’t competed enough. you should type in his name over at bullshido.com btw, he might be a fake all together. Apparently it was pretty easy, popular and lucrative during the 1970′s to open Martial Arts Dojos and teach bogus martial arts. Most of those gyms are still open because the “Masters” are just that good at lying and have faked “certificates” claiming 1000 hours of Kali or “Accredited [insert famous martial artist name here] school”. Watch out man. If your Sensei acts like he’s a superhero, has super powers or pretends to speak in other languages…you’re probably paying his car note and getting false instruction. As for me? My qualifications? I start kickboxing soon. I study and respect ALL styles and everything they have to offer. I love the rich and sometimes debatable history that some styles have and I enjoy looking into the mechanics of what makes the moves efficient and useful. I pay attention to and retain all information on all styles because they all interest me. As for the article: I enjoyed reading it. It was easy to comprehend and in an attractive suitable format. That being said, Monday I will put this into action when I meet with my new trainer. Good Luck to everyone on you Martial Arts journeys! Weather they be Eastern, Western, spiritual or brutal; I wish everyone luck! “Godspeed and party on!”- Bas Rutten

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to slow April 26, 2011 at 1:10 pm

heavy punch
Mike tyson throws his punches starting at his toes. but he also throws the shoulder hard into the punch and slightly twist his arms. I box mysef and hard punches are thrown relitive to your stance. Tyson being short had a perfect power punch in form an speed, if you want to see a perfect punch just watch tyson try to shorten range behind a streching right. On the other hand Rocky Marciano would literly pull his hand back and wait to nail his opponent. Watch the 55 fight against archie moore when he pushes him to the ropes. Lastly Power punches can be thrown but without the right timing its just gonna leave you open to a hard counter so if your trying to learn how to punch hard work a heavy bag and get some sparing time down. Remember Joe Frazier knock ali out from a well placed hook .

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cam June 25, 2011 at 7:47 pm

true power
All these tips are helpful but to be able to throw a more powerful punch… start punching. Every one is different what works for me won’t for you so get comfortable with yourself and your own form.

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boxers diet July 29, 2011 at 12:33 am

A proper diet?
In my opinion, nutrition also has to be considered to ensure that a fighter is functioning at the top of his game.

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James July 29, 2011 at 12:35 am

How important is diet actually?
I disagree with the above poster. I think a proper boxers diet is just a small part of the equation. A bad diet can definitely be out trained when it comes to punching power.

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shamrin irwan mystogan August 27, 2011 at 10:27 pm

woww.. all of this tips are important for me.. because i will fight someone.. thanks u all.

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Clayton28Gail September 7, 2011 at 5:18 am

answer this post
Different people in all countries get the loan from different creditors, just because that’s comfortable and fast.

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Lukas G January 4, 2012 at 1:33 pm

Combine that with this technique
Their are two ways to increase punching power by doing this, your body creates energy, coming from your toes, and twisting using leverage and acceleration. Another way is to drop your weight and let gravity and mass come out at the end of the punch this is kinetic energy. Like a skateboarding dropping in on a ramp, when he straightens picture that as your punch. Jack Dempsey used this VERY effectively. If you can Master both ways you will have one hell of a right hand!!

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Subhankar May 4, 2012 at 12:23 pm

C fellows the thng written out there is jst a theory but unless nd untill u are practically involved u will never knw this magical punches. In my 12 yrs of career i had played over 300 matches in which 257 are knock out. So practise it u wll come to knw the magic that comes out of u. But finaly i was prescribed nt to fight as m suffering frm brain injury. Gud luck fr u

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mike May 14, 2012 at 4:04 am

I do muay thai these techniques sound similar. If ur a boxer you miggt have sligtly different advice but i think that he has most if it right. Your punches should be stroung we use fists shins knees and elbows. I love using my knees did a study for a colledge on the power of the muay thai style. When it came to knees Mine came out as the equivilance of hitting my oppenent in the chest with a sludge hammer! And my power angle kick was 1 ton of force. The concepts for punching and kicking lies truly in placement and body movement enough to where you have weight but dont lose balance. Power also comea from speed and leverage remember that

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mike May 14, 2012 at 4:06 am

2 tons* not 1

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nes May 21, 2012 at 4:49 am

. it is very important to learn the right positions to get the best punching power. try to be a boxer or punch on the punching bag, then you`ll see the importance of it

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hellraiser May 24, 2012 at 12:18 am

thanks man i will use these tips as much as possible

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IREZUMI May 30, 2012 at 1:49 am

tried the tips. they worked! :)

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Dawid Jaworski June 4, 2012 at 11:35 am

Hi! My name is Dawid. I began to composing music (as a hobby at this moment), I want to publish my first original composition on my youtube channel and I have a question for you.
Can I use your photo with two boxers?, titled “how to punch harder punching harder knockout punching” as a background for my composition? My track is titled “Winning”. I Will put your website link in the track description if you wish.
p.s. If you agree I will send you link to my composition link as soon as I put it on youtube :)
Greetings from Poland, all the best,
Dawid Jaworski

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Rado June 4, 2012 at 11:44 am

No problem, Dawid. Do it!

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Dawid Jaworski June 5, 2012 at 8:12 am

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rNl53Mcp_o&feature=g-upl
thanks, Rado :)
Greetings,
Dawid Jaworski

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gazza June 14, 2012 at 3:56 pm

hy ρεoρℓε I’m 16 I just wanted a good place to start boxing or kick boxing or muy tui aany help (‘SA ,Johannesburg edenvla’ ) thanx would mean a lot can’t wait to ge stared :)

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Kung-fu July 12, 2012 at 8:02 am

kung-fu is better then all of it alittle of everything goes into fighting and no one is completely correct about it everyone puts there own little twist into it different styles have different technics so ya point proven and knowing where to hit and timing is the best thing to do wait for the perfect moment let your opponent get tired then strike like under the arm pit , in the hay maker, or straight punch right in the nose which causes blindness for a couple of seconds

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Ddog July 28, 2012 at 1:16 pm

all of this is Important , but most important … FOCUS !!! fight with passion and tennacity

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illwill August 1, 2012 at 10:59 am

karate sucks…old school kung fu = poke u in the eye and kick you in the nuts..best for streets..competetive fighting in ring is muay thai combined with wrestling or jui jitsu…ala anderson silve or jon jones…..karate boys cant throw kicks from their backs..neither can boxers

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wo October 17, 2012 at 7:00 pm

Some beginner claiming to be a karateka trying to teach a boxer how to box lol.
If you want to be a good boxer join a boxingclub.
You cant learn it at home.
MMA or Muaythai schools sometimes have decent boxing coaches just research and join.
Traditional arts like Karate and TKD have good aspects too,
like nice in/out timing, they just need proper adaption, like proper head defence and all the rest.

Claiming to be a Karateka and saying stupid things(the shoulder stuff) just smear the art of Karate and make yourself look stupid.

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Weeman November 1, 2012 at 6:07 am

F=M * A

Simply understand this law of nature, and you will hit harder. The techniques above are just to improve your acceleration, if your arm is not of a great mass you will need to improve your acceleration to increase your force. The greater the mass and the greater acceleration, the greater the force!.

Example: Bruce Lee’s 1 inch punch – His body mass wasn’t all that great, and his arms were not that “massy” either. His technicque was based on this law of nature, he would place his fist about 1-2 inches away from his opponent and would execute a super fast punch that generated super great force that would cause severe damage to an opponent. Think about it homies, he really put some acceleration to his punch to create a greater force. How did he achieve a great acceleration at such close distance? -A quick movement of the wrist produces the force needed, the wrist is held with the knuckles facing out on a horizontal axis, the wrist is then moved up and a strike is produced with the bottom two knuckles. — I hope you guys understood what i am trying to say, the above tips from you all are just techniques on how to improve your acceleration with your body movements. Very good tips. Here is my tip, improve your arms mass and improve your acceleration, i know that a bigger mass will always jeoperdize speed but the goal here is not to lower any of the two but maintain your acceleration at the same time you improve your arms mass, it will be very hard to accomplish, but that is the only way you will increase your punching force, either increase both, or acceleration. you decide vatos.

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martin November 7, 2012 at 9:34 pm

To develop maximum power should put your whole side of your body into the punch. This includes your shoulders. You should also raise the hips then drop the hips.

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Silat Warrior April 13, 2013 at 12:25 am

Good heaven what a Tips.
I’m a silat practitioner, sadly my technique won’t imply much on boxing straight punch powerhouse. I’m more to grappling technique and takedown submission, or Juls if you would say it in a silat way, but I do found logic in this tips. To try the idea, I went to the nearest arcade and try it on a punching machine. Previously, I never got more than 149lbs three hit in a row, but when I started to use this technique combining with my silat style breathing technique on controlling owns chakra, and guess what ? I got it landed more than 259lbs every single punch on three hit in a row. and yeah If you can guess it right, my body weight almost 270lbs but do the technique right and you would never guess the outcome in the fight, like my guru always said, Kill or be killed. Thanks admin.

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Vrosh- martial arts February 8, 2014 at 1:23 pm

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