The void with weights in combat sports

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Doing shadow boxing, the so-called vacuum with weights helps you to have punches faster or stronger?

This is a question that many beginners ask and especially if you have never done this exercise otherwise you would have felt about yourself the feeling you feel using weights and after using them and vacuuming without weights in shadow boxing.

Will shadow boxing with 1kg, 1.5kg lightweight, increase hand speed and strike strength?

Not really, here too depends on your technique and also on your personal strength that you have.

Weights should be used correctly and within training protocol and you need to know that you do not give everyone the same result.

Weights can be a good way to obtain a good athletic preparation but it must be calibrated on the specificity of the athlete and to be integrated intothe training periodically more oriented to the sensation you perceive than to a real training that you can do with many other tools and methods.

Today, thanks to
boxing trackers,
you have great possibilities to measure whether your training from an athletic point of view is giving the correct results.

These instruments are like a trainer and allow you to measure the increase in performance in terms of hit volumes, speed and power. Screen-Shot-2016-04-25-at-1.45.43-PM The void with weights in combat sports