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Martial arts and MMA are intense sports that require a ton of training. However, with that training, you must optimize and maximize your nutrition to maximize performance. In sports performance, the timing of taking supplements and nutrition is critical to be effective for your workout. Here are the five best supplements to help you pre and post-training.
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Bruce Lee's Back Exercises for Explosive Punching Power and Speed

Did you ever wonder why Bruce Lee was so focused on training his back muscles?

The back is like the core. It stabilizes the spine and shoulders. It also connects the power of your hips and arms to push, pull, rotate, and punch.


The force of your punch relies on your body, not just your arm. The power of your punch is generated by moving the mass of your body. The tension your muscles can create will determine the force and speed they can produce. There are many factors involved in developing your punch. However, strengthening your back is a good place to start and you will see instant changes in speed, power and explosiveness of your punching technique.

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