Aside from your conditioning stuff, what do you do that you've either added to an existing type of training for your art, or that you've possibly even created yourself? The past few weeks what I've been doing during shadowboxing and bagwork is I'll spend a lot of time imagining I'm being attacked, and practicing dodging movements in ways that allow me to strike and keep a good solid footing once I've moved. Also since my strikes are boring I've begun training to strike from awkward positions and stances when shadowboxing and working the bag... such as throwing combos while crouching and weaving around as if I was dodging attacks. More or less it's based on imagining a present opponent, and exploring what movements your body is comfortable with, and what movements will both keep you from getting hit, and also leave you in an end position from which you can easily strike... Practicing them over and over and over so that you adopt them into your behavior when putting your art to use. Through these little tweaks to the common training methods of bagwork and shadowboxing I hope to add some movements to my muscle memory and instinctive behavior so that I can more effectively evade an attack, and so that I can mix up my striking positions so that I'm not as predictable and therefore less vulnerable to counter-attacks. This may not be anything new, but nearly everyone I see uses bagwork and shadowboxing moving in a straight line to the imaginary opponent or towards the bag, and they don't really treat it like it's attacking back at them, which leaves out the practice of NOT getting hit (evasive defense), which is just as important as your offense.