ARTICLES2017-11-25T13:24:59+00:00

DISCOVER, PRACTICE, AND BECOME A HEAVY HITTER

Our Muay Thai Heavy Hitter community serves Thai boxers and coaches of all levels looking for the most efficient and effective Muay Thai performance training strategy and tactics to discover your next level. Learn more about exactly who we serve – and if you fit, please join us! VIDEO TRANSCRIPT ... AND A DOWNLOAD Muay Thai has become your passion. You want to stop wasting [...]

THE 5 EXERCISE CATEGORIES IN A RESISTANCE TRAINING SESSION

"Heavy Hitter", Bob Wansink audio messaged me some great questions regarding speed and power training via Anchor.fm, and this Heavy Hitters Podcast is a direct reply. In this episode, I share the 5 exercise categories I use in every resistance training session that I program. VIDEO TRANSCRIPT WITH FURTHER LINKS Welcome to the Heatrick Heavy Hitters podcast. Muay Thai has become your passion. [...]

BIRTHDAY CAKE… AND YOUR REAL MUAY THAI TRAINING!

A quick video to illustrate the difference between a "vanity" post and a "value" post, and how this relates to your Muay Thai training. Bare with me on this! ;) TEXT TRANSCRIPT Recently, my family where all invited to my daughter’s friend's teenage birthday party. It was a family disco with party snacks, including fried chicken, crisps and lots of cake... you know the [...]

MY OWN FUNERAL?

My own funeral? And I seem happy about it?! Life lessons come when they're ready, not when you are... and this one caught me entirely off-guard. And I think that was the point. Guarding is resisting, and this lesson was about becoming vulnerable – absolutely, totally and completely vulnerable! Accepting it entirely. Then, and only then, can you grasp the learning and welcome the "kick up the [...]

STAND OR SIT BETWEEN ROUNDS? – WEIGHTLIFTING BELTS? – MAS CARDIO?

This week, three Muay Thai strength and conditioning questions answered! Standing or sitting between rounds? Weightlifting belts (for fighters), yay or nay? MAS cardio sessions? Plus a bonus game changer to help focus your efforts! Is sitting between rounds best for recovery, or is it better to remain standing instead? How about fighters using weightlifting belts in their strength and conditioning sessions, is that the best idea? [...]

MUAY THAI STRENGTH FIRST!

Muay Thai strength training is a recurring question, so let’s take the opportunity to clear things up a little. We’ll look at how to build strength in the first place, and how to get stronger when strength gains dry up! We’ll look at this from both the novice strength training end of the spectrum and the more experienced lifters perspective, and while managing this in context of [...]

WHICH FIRST TODAY – MUAY THAI OR STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING?

“If I have to do my Muay Thai and strength and conditioning sessions both one after the other, which should I do first? And If I can leave a gap, how long between sessions is best?” I’m asked this a lot, and in this video I briefly share my thoughts on this while driving home from (another) hospital consultation appointment for my mashed up elbow! In fact, [...]

TRAINING PLAN: PERFECT IS NOT REAL – REALITY IS!

One thing you can be certain of is uncertainty! Perfect isn't real – reality is! Having an ideal training plan is one thing, but the likelihood of getting to follow it as written are slim at best. The probability of a "spanner in the works" is extremely high, yet that doesn't devalue the worth having a training plan in the first place. There's immense value in creating [...]

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