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Punch with them long enough and your knuckles are going to crack, rip and bleed. This is how to reduce risk of your knuckles bleeding and take care of them when they do. . . Read More
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In Muay Thai, there's no getting around it: your shins will be destroyed right from the jump. Here's the good news: they won't stay that way for long. . . Read More
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Solo Muay Thai sessions are perfect for shutting out the world and honing your technique. . . Read More
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Sparring is a must for Muay Thai, to sharpen skills and hone your craft. Follow these rules to keep you & your partner safe and progressing. . . Read More
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Weightlifting can improve your Muay Thai skills, not detract from them. Here are some truths you ought to believe about lifting & Muay Thai. . . Read More
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Explosive Muay Thai offensiveness comes from flexible, strong hips. . . Read More
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You won't see these in too many gyms, but unconventional drills can bring your Muay Thai to the next level. . . Read More
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Without hard sparring, is a fighter truly ready for the ring? Read More
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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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