Training to punch faster, harder and more accurately requires intense periods of physical training in a boxing or martial arts gym. Speed development and control are the two most important aspects of punch development and strength follows naturally as you develop speed. Numerous tools are available to advance your punching skills, but a qualified trainer and training partners are helpful. You also must provide the motivation and drive to spend several hours in the gym each day of the week.
Jump rope, run short sprints and weight-train with explosive Olympic lifts, like power cleans, to develop core strength. Punching power is creating by improving the core and lower-body strength. The power is transferred from the stance with slightly bent knees and ultimately translates into speed and increased punching velocity.