FEATURED TRAINER: ERIC WONG –
Super Trainer for Undefeated UFC Fighter Claude Patrick – http://www.EricWongMMA.com
Here are 2 awesome videos from UFC Trainer Eric Wong, that will help you improve your punching power. One focusing on the lower body and the other upper body. Eric is so good at showing and explaining the importance of each exercise and how that will equate to adding power to your punches
I have incorporated this into my weekly workouts and training for my fight. As we like to say at Lanna Muay Thai – NO TAPOUTS, ONLY KNOCKOUTS!
ADD THESE EXERCISES TODAY!
Lower Body Stability Exercises for MMA Punching Power
These exercises will improve your hip stability, which is a prerequisite for powerful punches.
For more background on this topic, I highly suggest you visit http://www.EricWongMMA.com/knee-stabi… so you understand how this all works.
After all, knowledge is the gateway to power!
If anybody ever tells you that upper body strength is the key to punching power, run, don’t walk away.
Punching power comes from technique then it comes from your hips and core, not your upper body.
The exercises shown here will improve your hip stability, which will give you that extra snap at the end of a punch.
So if you’re an MMA fighter, you train mixed martial arts, boxing or muay thai, make sure you try these exercises out.
MMA Workout Exercises for Punching Power
Add these 2 killer exercises into your MMA workout to totally stabilize your knee and hips so you can throw big bombs!
If you missed the first video in this series, go check it out to make sure you understand the concept and why knee/hip stability is so important for knockout power.
Do higher sets (3-5) of lower reps (4-8) for the Med Ball Lunge Chop, and 2-4 sets of 8-12 reps of the Rotational Pull.
Eric Wong – http://www.EricWongMMA.com