Actually I do punch pretty hard. I was just asking if there was anyways of increasing it. A martial arts expert said punching a padded wall and keep going at it and imagine your breaking through it will increase your punch if you keep going with this plan/exercise. And where can I find something to measure my PSI in my punch where can I find the machine that will tell me?
Everything is from birth. Everything can be improved with training. This rule is universal.It doesnt even come down to genetics. Its just your either born with a heavy hand or your not. You can increase strength in your forearm to have a harder fist and increase your speed, but thats about it. And it'll only give the illusion that you hit harder. It wont actually increase your power though
Fast twitch muscle fibers are born as well.
Sorry man I'm just going with science here... The bigger your body is, the bigger the weight you can carry in your punch when its executed properly, so as for PSI, it does increase.Getting bigger has nothing to do with punching harder. It'll slow you down and your punch wont have as much on it.
When a guy moves up its a whole different thing, and you can be sure Tommy Hearns at 168 could punch harder than at 147, not pound-for-pound though. When you pack some weight your punch usually gets harder (full numbers, like psi), but p4p it doesnt increase as much, sometimes it decays.. Jones for exemple, theres no doubt his punch was alot stronger when he bulked up to HW than when he was just a middleweight or supermiddleweight, but p4p he was a bigger puncher at 160 or 168.You dont punch harder. You just still cant see his punch with the same amount of power he has always had. If this was the case, Pacquiao would be knocking out middleweights and pavlik should be knocking out heavyweights......