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Old 10-12-2013, 12:11 PM   #31
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punching throw is important when you add body mass to a punch. Punch through effect is achieved by 1) forming correctly a power line from shoulder to the knuckles 2) tightening your fist primarily right before the impact (which causes other muscles in the forearm, shoulder, torso, etc to get tightened) [from Jack Dempsey's book]. All these makes a solid frame that impacts at the target and "goes through" it

Snapping punch has somewhat different mechanics and it can be achieved by establishing a proper snap, usually the shoulder snap. Formally, body mass is not needed here
Dont agree with any of that Im afraid .
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Old 10-12-2013, 01:14 PM   #32
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Dont agree with any of that Im afraid .
Most likely we talk about different things
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Old 10-12-2013, 01:31 PM   #33
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my opinion is that snap is always important, what ever punch is thrown. Snap is coming from hips. Harder you rotate (or violently how grey said in one of his posts) your hips the more snap you will get. If you do that without hips then you are punching from shoulders. You can get snap from shoulders, but the power of punch is very small, its used like a tactical weapon, not to hurt.
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Most likely we talk about different things
I think were on the same subject, Power comes from your centre of gravity. Move from it, balance is lost, its all position.
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Old 10-13-2013, 05:59 AM   #35
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,,,this is two different puncher at different distances from target ,,every punch you throw in boxing can be long or short range Punch's ,,,,practice both Punch's then move on when you have understood what ,were & when to throw the correct shot
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There's different kinds of hard punches. Sharp precise ones (Mayweather), ones that catch you moving into them or clip you (timing), crushing ones that just overpower you(force/strength...Tyson), snapping ones that kind of have the baseball-off-the-bat effect (SRR-Fullmer), etc. Then there's guys like Arguello/Monzon/etc that just have a heavy-handed sort of power that feels more damaging when it lands. So just hit the guy somehow.
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