Engage Athlete and UFC fighter Brad Riddell covers what he calls the 45-2. A 45 degree angle followed by a straight rear hand. It's a versatile angle which you can follow with kicks, and also use offensively and defensively, as seen in the video.
by David Liang, MD Resident Physician and Combat Sports PractitionerApril 04, 20208 min read
Resident physician David Liang, based in the United States who specializes in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) gives us his perspective on Covid-19. Though he does not claim to be an expert on Covid-19, this pandemic affects every aspect of healthcare, requiring all doctors to be up-to-date.
by David Liang, MD Resident Physician and Combat Sports PractitionerMarch 29, 20207 min read
The final installment of the 3 part series on improving your punching power for combat sports and martial arts! These articles will give you some ideas on how to craft an effective combat sports strength routine.
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.