MUAY THAI MONDAY… NUTRITION & WEIGHT CUT
Want to get the most out of training? Then be mindful of what you put into your body. Cars need the proper fuel to function properly and so do we. The better the fuel, the better you will function. But the world of nutrition is a tricky one.
There are endless fads that come and go, endless arguments about what’s the best way to diet, endless arguments about the best way to cut weight. Where could you possibly begin? With principles and with the help of others. There’s little need to do learn by trial-and-error now. Sure, you will still need to figure out what works for you, but you will have an easier time finding out what works for you by following what has worked for others.
This week on Muay Thai Monday, Sean Fagan is going to teach you how to fuel your body so you can look good, feel good, train good, and be all other types of good. Be good to your body and your body will be good to you.
In this episode, Sean covers the following:
- 5 Crucial Steps To Eating Right
- 7 Basic Nutritional Principles To Optimize Your Body For Training
- Weight Cutting Tips & Tricks
- Sean’s Favorite Healthy Foods & Meals
- …and much, much more!
MUAY THAI MONDAYS – Every Week, Always Muay Thai
Every Monday @ 9 AM EST, Sean will be live streaming on his Facebook page Muay Thai Guy. He will cover topics from techniques, fight strategy, mindset, nutrition, etc. He will also answer any and all questions you have about Muay Thai, entrepreneurship, life, etc.
If you seek to master Muay Thai, follow Muay Thai Guy on Facebook & join us for the live stream every Monday @ 9 AM EST.
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- Evan is a gourmand of combat sports from Taiwan. He appreciates the beauty of Muay Thai movement and all other movements. He's got no rudder so if the winds blow northerly, he goes north. His goal is to achieve and appreciate.