Fighters in Thailand have a notoriously high fight-frequency, sometimes even multiple times in one day for children. But is this suitable for everyone? What should determine how often you fight? Are you fighting too often?

In this video I share some of my thoughts on how to make the best use of fights as part of an integrated approach to your training. After all, is your purpose just to fight, or to get better at fighting?

And here’s some relevant links to this video too:

The Importance of Individualisation >>
Muay Thai Athletic Training Principles >>
Muay Thai Mindset: Who Are You Competing Against? >>
Sports Performance Training & Coaching Model >>
Muay Thai Game-changers: The 80–20 Rule >>

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Don Heatrick

Founder of Heatrick Strength and Conditioning

Don Heatrick is a family man from the UK, former mechanical design engineer, European Muay Thai silver medallist, former pro Thai boxer (ranked 4th in UK while aged 40-years), a Muay Thai coach, podcast host, and the go-to expert on Muay Thai performance training with over 25 years of coaching experience.

Don helps ambitious fighters and coaches take their game to the next level by bridging the gap between Strength & Conditioning, Performance Science, and Muay Thai.

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