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Learning how to punch can be confusing. Especially when the gloves come off.

Some people turn the fist, some don’t. Some hit with the big knuckles, some don’t. Some say you should never punch to the head in a street fight, some say that’s crazy talk.

So, what exactly is the best fist for a real street fight? All of them. And none of them. Here’s the rule—

The best fist is the one that fits. And that depends on two factors: your position and the intended target. It’s all about angles and contours.

Make it your goal to be able to adapt to any situation. Be able to hit any target from any position.

But be warned, punching in the air will not teach your hands how to punch. You’ve got to hit something solid. The more variety, the better.

Even when you spar with gloves on, bring awareness to your hands. Don’t just think about hitting, think about fitting.

And here’s a little secret for you…

Some say you shouldn’t punch to the head in a real fight, that you should only use a palm heel to avoid breaking your hand.

The truth is I teach that, too… but only to beginners! Once you know how to pick the right fist for the job, you can punch to the head without much danger.

So, don’t let anyone tell you you’re punching the wrong way… just do the work to make sure you learn how to punch the right way.

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WARNING: The advice and movements shown in this video are for informational and educational purposes only. Consult a doctor before engaging in any exercise or martial arts program.

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The front kick is usually the first kick you learn how to throw in the martial arts. Here’s an exercise to help you throw it faster and stronger!

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I call this the Free Fall Front Kick Drill. The challenge is to kick with your front front without shifting your weight to the back foot.

WARNING: If you have issues with your knees or your ankles, keep your feet close together. This is an explosive move!

Throw the front kick at whatever height you feel comfortable. But remember–no leaning, standing or pulling back!

The goal is to create a “free fall” feeling, like you’re at the top of a roller coaster. You can’t do this in slow motion. It’s all in!

The back foot can either drag behind or drive forward to add the power of your body weight. If you want to practice standing in place, that’s fine, too.

If you can handle it, the next challenge is to widen into a front stance or bow and arrow stance and try the same thing. When your back leg is locked, you can’t cheat.

One visualization that might help is pretending you’re stuck in mud. Imagine you’re tugging your foot straight up and kick it forward as fast as you can. That’s the feeling you want.

Ready for a real challenge? Throw your front kick standing on one leg! Even kicking at ankle height is a killer.

For a real burn out, try 4 sets of 10 kicks on each leg. 10 and 10 with your feet close, 10 and 10 in your fighting stance, 10 and 10 in a front stance, and 10 and 10 on one foot. WHEW!

Because it’s not easy to front kick with the front foot without shifting back, you’ll see a lot of kickers, like in Muay Thai or Taekwondo, using a tall, narrow stance. You’ll also see martial artists jumping around and constantly switching their feet. All great tactics! Those moves help to hide their weight shifting and make lifting the foot much easier.

But don’t limit yourself! Training for self-defense means I want to be able to kick with either leg from any position, high or low. And even if I never need to throw a front kick from a low, wide stance, training to do it is still a great workout and builds great habits.

Give it a try! :)

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