It is very important to have tempo when a person is striking a golf ball, baseball, or throwing a punch. Tempo refers to the relationship of the hips at the moment of impact of the strike. In all 3 sports it is a very common mistake for the hips to rotate before the moment of strike so that at the moment of strike there is no more hip movement available and the strike is only being driven by the arms and shoulders at this point.
The Precision Punch corrects this tempo during a fighter's strike. The Precision Punch Attatches to the body at the armpits, the anatomy of the body does not allow the armpits to move without the hips. Therefore, as you throw your right hand your body is rotating and your left shoulder is rotating as well, with your armpit and your hip. Keeping the elbows inside the box and behind the fists is forcing you to make contact with your target at the moment your hip rotation or "snap" is most powerful.
The Precision Punch will improve your striking tempo, and this goes hand and hand with keeping your body weight behind the punch. When these things are done together every time a punch is thrown, then you will have maximized your striking potential.