Top 6 Recovery Methods For Muay Thai

The Muay Thai Guys Podcast – Episode 6

muay thai recovery methodsRecovery can NOT be overlooked if you are a Muay Thai athlete. Taking care of your body (and mind) should be a top priority in order to make sure you reach your goals faster by getting the most out of your training sessions.

In this episode, Sean and Paul talk about their favorite methods for recovering after grueling training sessions and fights, such as:

  1. Rest and Recovery – Good sleep is important! Listen in on tips on how to sleep like a baby so you can train like a BEAST!
  2. Massage – The benefits (besides feeling amazing) of getting massaged after a long week of training.
  3. Foam Rolling – When and how to use the foam roller for maximum recovery.
  4. Mobility and Stretching – Learn about the best types of mobility training and stretching to loosen up your limbs and keep you from getting injured!
  5. Periodized Training – The benefits of periodizing your strength and conditioning workouts so you’re still able to recover in time for your Muay Thai skill training.
  6. Nutriton – What types of foods should you be eating? When and how much should you eat? Listen in on the best foods to enhance your immune system and increase your energy levels.

PLUS a preview of the upcoming Lion Fight 24 fights at Foxwoods Casino!

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  1. Love what your doin sean…im 47 and have been studing muay thai for 20 years doin various forms of martial arts since i was 7…i started with takewondo,then did wing chun…karate and aikido…i first started muay thai with a training partner here in melbourne before travelling to thailand to attend my first camp….what a lesson in life..i find it more a culture and way of life in which you learn the thai traditions and culture more than any other forms…keep up the good work..kind regards Rob

    1. Thanks for the support Rob! Glad you’re enjoying the training and culture of Muay Thai, it’s easy to get addicted to this sport especially after you travel to Thailand. Hope you enjoyed the podcast, thanks again!

  2. I’m horizontal right now, in Pattaya…no training for me today….sleep, nutrition, no foam roller, it’s all cray cray atm…love your work!

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I'm Sean Fagan, just a normal dude who is severely addicted to muay thai. I literally eat, sleep and breathe the sport and don't know what I'd be doing with my life without it. My goal is to become a professional champion and fight the best in the world. During my career I hope to help spread the word of this beautiful sport and inspire other people to pursue their dreams!Read more...

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