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How to gain or lose weight instantly

Heavier guys hit harder.  Sure, there are small people that can hit hard - some can hit harder than much larger people, but in general the larger you are the harder you hit.  This is why there are weight classes in contact sports, and why weight is valued in such sports.
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The problem with getting larger in order to hit harder is that it takes a lot of time and effort to gain sufficient mass to hit a lot harder - plus, you have the potential to become overweight, which we all know can take forever to recover from.
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What if I could teach you how to instantly get significantly heavier for just long enough to hit someone really hard, then just as instantaneously lose that weight?  Sound useful?
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Try this.  Stand on an analog scale and pulse your feet downward to make the needle jump upward.  You can do this by bending and straightening your knees so fast that you only drop an inch or two - almost as if you instantly retracted your landing gear and then extended them again, just 2 inches shorter.  When your mass drops onto the scale the needle jumps up. (you might want to get a cheap or old analog scale because this exercise is likely to destroy it.)
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Sure, you're not actually gaining mass, but you are allowing your mass to interact nearly-instantaneously with gravity, which creates an effective increase in weight.  During that drop, you are effectively heavier and can hit harder. 
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For a fun exercise/demo, extend an unbendable arm, palm-outwards and touch a punching bag.  Then practice dropping weight and directing the reverberation through your body into the bag in sort of a zero-inch punch.  I bet you find that the better you get at making the scale needle jump, the more effect you'll get on the punching bag.
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Once you get this skill to the point that you can get some good effect on the punching bag, I bet you can find places you can apply this trick in karate, judo , or aikido.
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Patrick Parker is a Christian, husband, father, martial arts teacher, Program Director for a Cardiac Rehab, and a Ph.D. Contact: mokurendojo@gmail.com or phone 601.248.7282 木蓮
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