In part three answering Richi Alvarez’ Muay Thai strength and conditioning questions, we turn our attention to energy systems (or cardio conditioning) training while in Thailand.

To plug gaps in your cardio conditioning training in Thailand, you must first understand what you’re already getting!

You’ll certainly get a large volume of “threshold training” and “cardiac output training”, as these feature as part of the standard daily routine. But that leaves a lot of scope to for improvement beyond these rudimentary methods.

If you want to see the other parts of Richi’s questions too…

PART 1 – Inspiration Muscles & Hex Bars

PART 2 – Skipping, Neural Fatigue, & Deloading in Thailand

PART 3 – Planning Cardio (Energy Systems) Conditioning in Thailand

PART 4 – Hip or Knee Dominant Exercise? Complete Rest?

PLANNING CARDIO (ENERGY SYTEMS) CONDITIONING IN THAILAND | MUAY THAI STRENGTH & CONDITIONING Q&A EP. 04

Featuring Yokkao fighters Manachai & Yodchai.

“…Your conditioning sessions are mixing in, to fill the gaps that you’re not hitting with your Thai boxing training.”

And here’s a link to that post that explains about anaerobic threshold:
Muay Thai Fitness, Not General Fitness >>

Don Heatrick BSc. (Hons) Level 4 Strength & Conditioning Coach, Muay Thai Coach

Don Heatrick

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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), and the go-to expert on Muay Thai performance training with over 25 years of coaching experience.

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