1. How to train fighting reaction speed
Speed ball is a necessary equipment in every boxing hall. It is used to train boxing coordination, timing and reaction. For the training of reflex nerves, the ultimate goal is speed, accuracy and timing. This needs to be mastered through continuous training. Focus on your straight punches 1-2. After you get used to it, aim for three or four punches in a row.
Hitting target is a very good practice for improving your skills, mobility, coordination and balance. Regular target practice will improve your reaction and melee Strike ability. All movements, whether they are blocking, sideslipping or punching, are very short and accurate, so it is very suitable for reactive training.
2. How to carry out strength training in fighting
It mainly involves the training of upper limbs, lower limbs and waist strength.
Push ups can be used for strength training of upper limbs, and dumbbells and barbells can be used for training if conditions permit. Although upper limbs are not the main fighting weapons, it is still necessary to have certain fighting strength. Of course, it is not necessary to train to the level of weightlifters or Hercules.
The strength training of lower limbs, such as squatting or frog jumping, can be done with empty hands or with heavy loads. It is very simple. I won’t say much. It mainly trains the strength of quadriceps femoris. The strength of quadriceps femoris determines whether you can kick a deadly leg in combat.
For the training of waist strength, you can grasp a fixed thing with both hands, and then push forward with one hand and pull backward with the other. In this way, you can train to waist strength. But in combat, you usually don’t feel waist strength. Although almost every move you make is completed with the participation of waist strength.
3. What are the characteristics of fighting
Taijiquan and aikido: pay attention to four or two strokes, and use your strength to fight (or take the initiative to attack).
Muay Thai and karate: the moves are strong, powerful and strong.
Sanda: flexible footwork and sharp fall.
Comprehensive fighting: all kinds of martial arts movements are included. The moves are flexible and changeable, so that the enemy does not know what moves you want to play and can’t figure out your routines.
Boxing: footwork is the most flexible of all kinds of martial arts. Flexible footwork makes up for the occasional use of feet.
Wrestling and sumo wrestling: the wrestling method is fierce.
Brazilian jujitsu: good at dragging the opponent into the ground, and then obtaining a controlled posture on the ground. Once the control posture is formed, the jujitsu practitioner can use a variety of attack methods such as joint technique, wringing technique or hitting technique to subdue the opponent.
How much does fighting hurt in life
Techniques: straight, hook, swing and uppercut.
Hit parts: nose, jaw, temple, hindbrain (foul technique, street fighting may) gastric cavity, ribs, kidney.
Possible injuries and consequences: nasal bridge fracture; Subarachnoid hemorrhage (possibly death) and mandibular fracture; Tooth loss; Concussion (possibly fainting); Intracerebral hemorrhage (possibly death) caused by rupture of inner plate of temporal bone; Violent blows to the solar plexus may cause sudden cardiac arrest; The broken rib stabbed the spleen or liver, spleen or kidney and other substantive organs, and was hit and ruptured.
Technique: boxing technique + sweeping and kicking.
Hitting position: the same as boxing, adding calf and fibula, knee joint.
Possible injuries and consequences: equivalent to boxing, in addition to fibula fracture and knee dislocation.
Techniques: similar to boxing techniques, hand knife, back hand, knuckle fist, sweeping kick (forward return kick), forward kick, three day moon kick and backward rotation kick are added.
Hitting position: equal to boxing, adding leg (similar to kicking), clavicle and sternum.
Possible injuries and consequences: equivalent to kicking, increasing the possibility of clavicle fracture.
It is basically similar to karate, but the proportion of upper limb injuries has greatly decreased.
5. Muay Thai
It is basically the same as kicking, but the proportion of sweeping and kicking injuries has increased.
The technology increases knee stroke and elbow stroke, but the proportion of elbow and knee stroke in modern competitive Muay Thai is reduced.
The advantages of practicing fighting
1. Disease prevention
Many people in modern cities are working class. After a period of exercise, the back pain, neck pain and other problems caused by sitting for a long time have disappeared. Sanda, boxing, Muay Thai and boxing are all body sports, which pay great attention to the coordination of various parts of the body. In addition, through the practice of some auxiliary equipment, such as hitting pear shaped balls or speed balls, people can react more quickly. Also, in the process of hitting, we must pay high attention, Your eyes should keep a close eye on the fast-moving hitting object, so after practice, in addition to improving your concentration, your eyes will also become extraordinarily energetic.
2. Adjust psychological balance
Although yoga is popular nowadays, it is not necessarily suitable for everyone. For some people, peaceful reflection can also be a kind of spiritual torture. Some medical experts and sports psychologists have pointed out that some people practice yoga, which can not bring peace of mind, but will become more and more depressed. For these people, what they need is often intense physical exercises, such as Muay Thai.