LIAM HARRISON INTERVIEW – UK vs THAILAND TRAINING, FIGHTING vs COACHING
To put these three videos in context, this Liam Harrison interview at Bad Company Gym was given just after I’d helped him with some re-hab for a chronic separated shoulder injury – that was further aggravated during his successful Yokkao World Title defence against Rayan Mekki at Yokkao 24, and had prevented Liam training properly for months since.
His shoulder responded very well though, and his training has ramped up significantly since, allowing him to prepare to fight once again…
LIAM HARRISON INTERVIEW – PART 1
In part 1 of the Liam Harrison interview, we discuss how his training at home in the UK at Bad Company Gym differs from his training in Thailand – and the pros and cons of each.
“The strength and conditioning stuff, the Thais do neglect that side of things… and I do think (strength and conditioning) works. I do feel stronger and fitter when I go in to fight now.”
LIAM HARRISON INTERVIEW – PART 2
In part 2, I ask Liam about how being a full-time coach has affected his own training as a fighter, and how his training has changed over the last couple of years.
“Obviously, if you’re doing too much strength and conditioning, your Thai boxing is going to suffer. And if you’re not doing enough… it’s just getting that balance.”
LIAM HARRISON INTERVIEW – PART 3
In the third and final part of the interview, Liam explains about the Bad Company family and his nutritional philosophy.
“(Bad Company Gym) Although we are all best mates, we are all competitive!”
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