However, you have to keep in mind that there are specific training routines that are designed only for the advanced trainees. If you are already an advanced trainee during a workout session, then you will be equipped to handle the training involved with Muay Thai boxing and follow along with these tips, if you are beginner please stick to the basics.
To begin with, the training here’s very intense with regards to burning calories as well as developing muscles. Additionally you need to be very alert, have ample endurance, and be very strong in order for you to really have a powerful punch, kick, knee, and elbow, which is of course the main point of Muay Thai.
So, here are some of the advanced Muay Thai training movements. With this particular training routine, you’ll be able to get a ripped and rock hard body that your Muay Thai teacher could be proud of.
The first thing that you need to do is warm-up. This part is among the most important areas of the training routine. Here, you can run or skip for 15 to 20 minutes to get the sweat out, stretch parts of your muscles, and get your body ready to have an intensive training. Warm up will also involve stretching in order to improve your flexibility level, which isn’t only essential in Muay Thai, but it will also prevent injuries from happening.
Running can also be an important part from the training routine. This can increase your stamina as well as strengthen your upper and lower legs. Do this early in the morning not less than 20 to 30 minutes before you begin training.
Shadow boxing can also be another important training routine in Muay Thai. This will help you build appropriate strategies that you can use in fights and you will also be able to rehearse your kicks, punches, elbows, and knees. Practice shadow boxing while watching mirror and will also be able to determine the correctness from the execution of movements and also know if you’re achieving a full range of movement in every angle.
Free weights are very important. This will not just strengthen your body, but it will also increase your capacity to endure intense punches and kicks that you’ll definitely get when you fight in the ring. Try doing strength training of your core muscles by utilizing free weights, such as barbells and dumbbells. Also, go for lighter weights but execute more repetitions.
Bag and pad routines are very important in Muay Thai. Here, you will be able to practice hand techniques, kicks, knees and elbows and get you prepared for the training proper.
Speed ball will improve your movement coordination and also strengthen your shoulders as well as increase you cardio.
Lastly, sparring is another important element that you ought to do if you are Muay Thai training. This drill will help teach you how you can control your opponent and also improve your techniques. It will also give you a feel of what the real fight is going to be like and prepare you mentally and physically for that real fight.
These are the intensive exercise routines in Muay Thai. These routines are for the advanced trainees who’ve been working out for a long time and one that beginners should not attempt to do.
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