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#76 - Develop Explosive Punching Power

September 1, 2017
With the Mayweather-McGregor fight just past we talk about the missing ingredients for fighters to develop explosive punching power. Hint: It doesn’t involve cable punches…
  • Intent to move is a lifting concept that maximises the power and strength development of weight training
  • External points of focus are best when lifting for power that’s why you should try and push the ground on your lower body lifting and push ups
  • Push vs Pull - Keep your upper body training balanced for symmetry, a happy rotator cuff and eccentric control of your throwing
  • Bench Press Tips - Still a vital ingredient, we also discuss why you should be incorporating some dumbbell along with barbell work and push ups
  • Are you danger blind? For most males (and some females) in their teens and twenties the answer is probably yes!
  • Random Thoughts on shoulders - We talk all things shoulder health with lifting

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