Hi, I'm Cary Williams, and the question is can a stronger grip help with punching power. Well the answer's really no but it does have benefits. If you create a stronger grip for your hand you'll definitely build more muscle in your hands and in your forearms so that's gonna ward off injuries basically so what it's gonna do is ward off injuries and so all the strength and power's generated really from the feet so it's all gonna come from the floor up. So if I were in my boxing stance I'll be sideways here so you can see the right side of my body. Well what's gonna happen is from my back foot here it's a slight push. I have 2/3's of my weight really on the back foot and I'm on the ball of my foot, my heels up and I'm gonna make a slight push from the, from the ball of my foot and it's gonna twist my hip, it'll twist the core all the way to the shoulder and then it's also gonna generate all the power throughout this. This is really just a whip. So like if you were gonna be in a towel fight there's nothing really going on with a towel, it's really where the generation happens from your hand, you're snapping that towel out so this is what that is it's just a whip generation from the foot all the way up through the core, through the shoulder, and here it rotates, everything rotates out and then extends and that's where your punch is at. Again, the power's not generated from having a strong grip rather than it's coming from the floor all the way through the body and whipping out like a towel. So that's the question, stronger grip, power punch, not necessarily but it works, strengthen your hand, strengthen your forearm, less injuries and punch away.