How to Improve Your Martial Arts Quickness : Summary of Speed Drills in Martial Arts

How to Improve Your Martial Arts Quickness : Summary of Speed Drills in Martial Arts

Hi, I’m Michael Lewis with Yeshua Ryu Martial
Arts on behalf of Expert Village. Today, we will be talking about speed drills. To sum
it all up, we worked on our speed training and we talked about some the different ways
that you sense speed. You sense it by seeing it, somewhat by hearing it, and by sensitivity
or feeling it. There are several different drills that you do. There is the in-and-out
sticking hands. Pay attention to your footwork, so that when you throw your strike, you do
it correctly. You should not be telegraphing your technique. If you do telegraph your technique,
your opponent will automatically catch on to it. Finally, the most important concern
is safety, especially when you are training by yourself in speed. This is because it is
very easy to pull a muscle or to hyper-extend your arm by throwing it out too far. First
of all, you will want to develop the correct technique for your punches, kicks, or whatever
strike that you are working on. It is important to develop the correct technique. Secondly,
make sure that you warm-up and stretch your muscles, so that when you throw that punch,
you will have less of a risk of hyper-extension and pulling your muscles. Also, be careful
if you are working with a partner and you are working with speed. Because of the speed,
it is very easy to get out of control and accidentally hit someone. Always train with
someone who you are comfortable working with and who is comfortable training with you.
Keep both your and their safety in mind. That is a top priority. This way, you’ll definitely
be able to develop your speed and you will definitely see an increase in just a couple
of weeks.


23 thoughts on “How to Improve Your Martial Arts Quickness : Summary of Speed Drills in Martial Arts”

  • If anyone likes this video, you should read "Speed Training" by Loren Christenson. He's one of the best martial arts authors out there, and it is probably the best manual on improving your speed.

  • whatever loser, fat has nada to do w/ how good u r @ material arts.
    I bet this fat ass can beat ur ass
    I screw everyone else that thinks that.

  • I actually enjoyed talking to you surprisingly…. but I'll leave u in ur little world that counts carbs.
    I'm a pretty fit bird that kicks grown ppl asses twice my size. and so what if "this" guy sucks in the clip. I've seen the so called fatasses or toothpicks kick ass in the real and in the dojo. so just chill ur beef & eat some bread bitch.

  • same here couldn't give a flying shit about u, but if u haven't noticed everyone else couldn't give 2shakes about what his saying, they're just like you..carb counting….& hating on fatty. I wasn't even defending him just fat ppl who r fast & yes slowmo that is possilbe

  • r u a yank?, ur awfely opinated for ur dumbass. so Sensei retardo where did this dumbness strout frm? all I i'm reading is duhduhduhduh

  • WOW u r a freaking idiot, the lack of food as evaporated ur brain… I tried several languages on your dumbass but I had to stoop low and write smaller sentences for you to even comprehend… but that's expected from a illiterate fruitcake like u. just eat my words and maybe u'll gain something.

  • look I'm done here, fuck off if you think that I'm an American after I finish calling u 1 as insult & that "ussendayo"(which u should do btw) is gibberish English, then I prefer sucking anything then being closing minded and uncultured like u.. let me be loser

  • it's seems that u can't even read though I said I'm done w/ u. u aren't impressing anyone with that lie. ur moving away from the point and making this dull. seems u don't understand rejection very well. piss off u bloodly tick. don't reply again the less of u there is the better. just deal w/ it we both agree to disagree. now I agree that u should fucking let it be jeez ur an annoying toothpick bitch

  • I guess I was right u don't take rejection easily, I guess pig is 1 of the other languages u speak. very impressive can u tell them to kill themselves and come cooked as well I might have some use 4 u after all LOL. listen karate nerd leave me the fuck alone. I guess ur not american after all, if ur this obsess w/ fat, r u a chinny thin bitch? caz that would explain alot. who the material arts vids and the fatty talk, is that how u pratice btw checking out vids on the internet o wow…zzzzzzzz

  • I thought that we were were over this already… I don't care how u look like after u jerk off from the karate vids to check out on youtube. piss off and leave me ALONE fucking hell

  • did I hit a sour point LOL
    omg so if I go check out ur profile is that all I'm going to c?? (don't worry I'm not remotely interested) ha, can u make ur way to the fuck off door now, plz don't visit again and go sit on ur pumpkin sized nuts h.a.n.d. bitch

  • boy ur cracking me up, just because u can't find it in a dictionary doesn't mean shit
    does this mean that'll u'll leave me alone now??

  • yes I do, donkeyface
    but seems that u have the same problem 2 asswipe
    so just deal, but I actually do have a life and don't mind not having the last word, so FUCK U hong kong chew me

  • You're going to come unstuck very quickly judging a book by it's cover!
    Training in numerous disciplines at numerous gyms, one thing that has really hit home is never underestimate your opponents, he may be over weight, old or even really skinny but if he's good and experienced he'll play to his strength and you'll have a fight on your hands. One of my JKD junior instructors is as fat as that guy and he's hard as nails, very flexible, a force to be reckoned with in stand up and on the ground!!

  • Yes warming up is very important, i threw a very high powerful kick without proper warming up and tore my hamstring, its still hurting 3 months later, WARM UP PEOPLE!!!

  • zwaarschoot Gert says:

    @NaJk93 haha can't say i'm a fan of the language but you do speak wise words my friend, karate is the most underrated and misunderstood martial art out there

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