BodyRip Body Opponent Bag | Punch BOB, Freestanding Kick Dummy, Punching Torso | Boxing, Kickboxing, MMA
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A great way to train at home is to use a wall as a guide to show you that your leg is as straight as possible.
CENTURY strives to be the global destination to discover, explore and experience the life changing benefits of training martial arts. When we are practicing on a heavy bag and when we’re training on focus mitts, there’s a target that stops our strikes. Clearly, you want to fully extend your punches so that you achieve the maximum extension of your reach and power. Unfortunately, completely extending your punches isn’t immediately obvious. Conversely, if your chin is down then your hands should be around your eyebrows. And thus, above your line of sight.At this point, I’d like to breakdown some of the subtle nuances of how to Shadowbox correctly. Shadowboxing
Shadowboxing as a way to perfect your form is absolutely essential and is one of the best ways for beginners to get good fast. By fully extending your strikes, you’ll be readying yourself to follow through with your punches so you’ll be reaching maximum power. Furthermore, you’ll be ensuring that you’re not going to hyperextend your elbow or dislocate your shoulder by punching wrong. When you’re Shadowboxing, you shouldn’t be able to see your hands. Sounds strange however, starting at your hands as you punch is a common mistake most beginners make.Great achievements for our TEAM CENTURY athletes Tina Baloh and Jodie Brown at the Olympic European Games!