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The Toughen Up Guide To Power Punching

The Toughen Up Guide To Power Punching

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Punching Your Way To theUltimate Workout!
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Disclaimer and/or Legal Notices:
The decision of whether to use or not use the methods, information or advice inthis document is solely up to you. The author, associates and ProtectiveStrategies accept no responsibility for injuries sustained or inflicted, or damage ofany sort that may occur as a result of following the instructions given here.I have no way of evaluating your level of health, fitness or skill. With any physicalactivity there is a risk of injury from accidents or over exertion. If you are not ofsound health, or are unaware of your health status, I strongly recommend thatyou get a thorough medical check up before engaging in physical trainingprograms recommended here or anywhere else.
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Table of Contents
IntroductionChapter 1 - Punching PreliminariesStance and Stability
Movement and Shifting 
Chapter 2 - Kinetic Energy Concepts
Energy Generation PrinciplesEnergy Transfer PrinciplesEnergy Resilience Principles
Chapter 3 – Proper Punching Guidelines
Punching PointersFist, Wrist and Rotation Issues
Chapter 4 – Proper Punching Techniques
So what's the big deal about "THESE" punches?Troubleshooting Your Punching TechniquesThe Straight Lead PunchThe Straight Reverse PunchThe Hook PunchThe UppercutForearm Strikes
Chapter 5 - Punching Combinations
What is a Punching Combination?Four Functions of CombinationsPointers for Designing And Practicing CombinationsFour and Six-Punch Build UpsThe Four-Punch Build UpThe Six Punch Build UpSample Combinations
Chapter 6 - Designing Punching WorkoutsDesign Criteria of Effective WorkoutsStructuring Your Workout
 Effective Punching Training Methods
How to Organize a Workout SequenceConclusion

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