ARTICLES 2017-11-25T13:24:59+00:00

6 POINTS ABOUT POSTURE AND MUAY THAI PERFORMANCE

When it comes to Muay Thai performance, your posture relates to much more than if you hold yourself in a lazy way! In this video I share some thoughts about performance posture while I'm out walking Logan on another early Sunday morning. Summary Points: Posture affects how you feel as well as how you look! The two are interrelated – how you feel affects your [...]

ADDING MORE TRAINING?

Adding more training may seem like progression, but there's more to it than that. In this video I explain a little more, using cardio conditioning as an example. There are tools for the job, some are better suited to different situations. As a coach (or a self-directed fighter), it's your job to pick the best tool for the job. If you've got a Muay [...]

DO THIS NOW – SETTING EXPECTATIONS FOR MUAY THAI STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING

Where should you start with your Muay Thai strength and conditioning? A professional strength and conditioning program will always begin by finding out more about you (usually more than you consciously know about yourself). "Did that last time you rolled your ankle affect how your ankle moves now, months later?" You'll fast-track your progress by checking what your body can and can't do right now, before using [...]

WHERE WE ARE GOING – SETTING EXPECTATIONS FOR MUAY THAI STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING

Beyond the weekly commitment, where is your Muay Thai strength and conditioning training going in the next month, the next quarter, or the next year? What should your training target, in what order and for how long? The second of our "onboarding" videos from our online Muay Thai strength and conditioning (PRO Membership) program tells you exactly where your training is heading. You see, your Muay Thai performance [...]

WEEKLY COMMITMENT – SETTING EXPECTATIONS FOR MUAY THAI STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING

Weekly commitment... What's the minimum number of strength and conditioning sessions should I have each week and still progress? It's a question I'm often asked, and one that I've decided to answer by sharing the first of our "onboarding" videos for our online Muay Thai strength and conditioning (PRO Membership) program. In the Tale of Two Fighters video I explained the importance of coordinating strength/power training sessions, [...]

A TALE OF TWO FIGHTERS – MUAY THAI SPORTS SCIENCE

What would you pick? Speed or strength? Before you answer, how about a little Muay Thai sports science review of the fight between Rafi Bohic vs Dylan Salvador at Lumpinee Stadium... A massive thanks to Timo Ruge at Muay Ties for allowing his footage of Rafi vs Dylan to be used in this video! If you fancy watching more of the fight, check out Muay [...]

WHAT’S BEST FOR MUAY THAI, CHIN-UPS OR PULL-UPS?

Chin-ups and pull-ups, a holy grail of gym performance – but what does it mean to your Muay Thai performance? And is one better than the other? We’ll get into the differences and the effect on your Muay Thai in more depth in just a moment, but first let me explain why these exercises feature in not only my training programs, but also my Muay [...]

HOW DO YOU TRAIN STRENGTH, POWER AND SPEED IN ONE TRAINING SESSION?

Despite the recent snow here in my part of the world, sponsored fighter Joe Le Maire has still made it in for his gym sessions at my home gym! And I thought I'd share some of the work we're doing together to help him prepare for his next fight. So here’s a quick video highlight of the lower body exercises we’re using with Joe right now – [...]

MUAY THAI – DO YOU CORRECT OR MANAGE?

Muay Thai posture and overuse patterns... do you correct, or do you manage them? Don't get me wrong, this applies to the younger fighters as much as the older ones! In fact, of course prevention is always better than cure. Please take a little time to consider the points made in this video and reflect on how you can improve your supplemental training to help yourself out [...]

YOUR BODY IS LAZY EVEN IF YOU AREN’T!

Left to its own devices, your body will cheat a movement pattern... and you're unlikely to know until an injury happens as a result (bad times)!And this "cheating" not only eventually leads to injury, but also wasted performance. By using strength and conditioning sessions properly, you can clean up poor movement habits as well as increase strength, power and endurance.- Reduce the likelihood of injury, move mechanically efficiently [...]

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