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In this week's Basic Muay Thai for Beginners, Fighting Insider definitely saved the best for last with a sample training program.
Knowing the basics are not enough to make you a Muay Thai or MMA fighter. Aside from knowledge, a good physical condition is also important. And no individual can have a body that is physically fit without proper training. Of course, training alone cannot work a long way if not for discipline and program. Hence, for Fighting Insider’s last installment of Basic Muay Thai for Beginners, we are giving you a training program sample.
The following is an example of a loose and relatively easy Muay Thai training regimen. When this becomes too easy, step up by adding more sparring and more bag work. Take note that all rounds are either five minutes long with one minute break, or a three-minute routine with 30 seconds rest.
Check our Fighting Insider’s sample training program after the jump.Read the rest of the article »
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