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Recovery is an integral part of training for combat sports. No matter how hard you try, you will get hurt in the gym. The key is to recover quickly and bounce back in time for the next hard session.
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Weight cutting has long been a part of combat sports. When done safely, it allows for fair fights. When done recklessly, it can ruin fights - and lives. . .  Read More
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Ab conditioning isn't just meant to pretty up your midsection - it toughens your core strength and allows you to launch deadlier, faster, stronger strikes. . . Read More
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Southpaw left kicks are absolutely lethal. Not only do the uncommon stance and angles serve to confuse, but a big kick to the dome will send anyone crashing to the canvas. Here's how to defend against it. . .
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Block and counter your opponent - that's where the perpendicular roads of offense and defense cross. Norasing Lukbanyai shows five block-and-counter combinations. . .  Read More
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Practicing Muay Thai at any age can be a daunting task, but it's far more concerning the older you get. These two 47-year-olds prove, though, that age is just a number - and Muay Thai is eternal. . . 
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Head kick setups are necessary to punch home that elusive head kick KO that every nak muay dreams of landing.  Read More
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Spar with elbows - they're an integral part of any "complete fighter's" arsenal! But, beware - elbows are prohibited in many gyms and competitions for a reason. They are deadly instruments. Here are some tips on how to integrate
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A good coach is worth his or her weight in gold, but a bad coach will do nothing but weigh you down. Here are some thoughts on discerning between the two. . . Read More
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"Whatever it takes" - this is the price a fighter must pay if they want to achieve greatness. The sacrifice demanded from a fighter is no different among wrestlers, judokas, brawlers, and nak muays - absolutely, unequivocally "whatever it
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