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Post by jediwarrior on Fri Jan 11, 2008 9:44 pm

I`ve heard a lot and seen alot of how different peoplle train and are being taught. I know when we train we are taught that technique is the most important when you have got that you can then start to add power and speed. I always say that you can have all the power and speed u wont but without technique you have nothing just the ability to get or be injured

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Re: Speed, power or technique

Post by jediwarrior on Fri Jan 11, 2008 9:44 pm

posted by tetley

Personally Id say accuracy was the most important attribute, if you can't hit a precise point on a moving target, then Id say speed, power and technique all become irrelevant!

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Re: Speed, power or technique

Post by jediwarrior on Fri Jan 11, 2008 9:46 pm

hi
in physics , power is relivent to speed , the speed and acceleration of an object
( i.e a fist) creates momentum ( = body mass) .
therefore all power is then relivent to the speed and acceleration created by the object , kinetic energy.
to put it simply there is no power ( body mass) from a static object .

i also agree with tetley about the accuracy aspect here , i'm more of a timing man myself.

sooooo ............................ to be honest all the above are relivent just depends on the style of art and application of the individual.

cheers
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Post by jediwarrior on Fri Jan 11, 2008 9:47 pm

posted by kempo kid

Training methods and training with aliveness will win over sanitized training methods any day

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Re: Speed, power or technique

Post by Prof. Akers on Thu Jan 24, 2008 10:06 pm

Without good technique there is no speed or power.
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