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Old 12-21-2012, 08:28 AM #14
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Originally Posted by TheAuthority View Post
Those who really understand training know that this form of pad work (i.e. Mayweather style) is flawed and normal pad work (i.e p.unching with power, sitting on punches, full rotation etc) is far superior for most occassions

I will put an argument together when I have more time outlining my thoughts on this style of pad work.
I don't agree with your opening statement at all, but can understand about certain styles of mitt work being used on different occasions, but sure; would like to read your thoughts on it.


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Originally Posted by ShoulderRoll View Post
If you want to work just on punching power then go hit the heavy bag. That's what it's for.

This mitt work is used to develop other attributes.
If only people could comprehend that.
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