by David Liang, MD Resident Physician and Combat Sports PractitionerFebruary 11, 20204 min read1 Comment
For this article, I am going to recommend exercises which a) provide more functional carry-over to actual punching, and b) are less prone to injure you. This will then help you punch harder with good form for longer even when you are exhausted.
by Jeff Chan - mmashredded.comNovember 20, 20191 min read
Sparring Thai Fighters - Inside Look @ Khongsittha one of my personal favourite gyms in Bangkok, Thailand. I was fortunate to have the opportunity to spar with two of the Thai fighters/instructors here.
by Jeff Chan - mmashredded.comOctober 29, 20192 min read
Everyone knows the importance of sparring, but most coaches and gyms don’t teach you HOW to improve or jump into sparring class. If you’re constantly flinching, blinking, or unable to practice the techniques you use, those eventually become the habits brought out during your training which will hold you back in your development.