Matt Lucas sits down with Jason Andrada to talk training, life and his upcoming fight at Lion Fight 18
Photo Credit: Steve Bauzen of http://www.bauzen.com
The growth of Muay Thai in America has given birth to raising stars. One of those comets is Jason Andrada, a 28 year old Filipino-American, and Las Vegas native.
With an exciting pro record of 4-1 and a contract with Lion Fight Promotions it’s…
Muay Thai Podcast Interview #49 Talking Training, Thailand and Relationships with Paul Banasiak and Sam Abrams
Ever wanted to share your passion of Muay Thai with someone you love? Well, Paul and Sam are doing just that. These two amateur fighters from Connecticut, USA are pursuing their dreams and training together on a regular basis and most recently made a trip to Koh Phangan, Thailand to…
Our bud Steven Wright has always made it clear how much he loves the sport of kickboxing. He makes his money by helping out some of the best MMA fight…
Shin clashing will always hurt, but there are a few things you can do like condition them on the heavy bag. If you want more tips I give away a free PDF with shin conditioning techniques if you enter your email: http://www.muay-thai-guy.com/shin-conditioning-tips.html
As for physical training, doing a mixture of long distance cardio and interval training is key. Bodyweight circuits and plyometrics also help. I’ve got a bunch of free workouts here: http://www.muay-thai-guy.com/free-workout-plans.html
Nothing is better conditioning than actually doing Muay Thai though. No need to wait until you are in shape or your shins are better condition - the best way to get in Muay Thai shape is to do Muay Thai. Best of luck!