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BestMuayThai News: 2014-08-22

The news of Suwit muay thai by on August 22nd
Muay Thai

How to make your training sessions more effective
Muay Thai is a combat sport that is considered to be one of the most demanding sports when it comes to training and preparation. There is a good reason why Muay Thai fighters look like that - they have toned bodies and visible strong muscles. The reason is obviously the intensive training sessions they have. Whether you are training to achieve better results with your fitness or weight loss goals or you want to become a respectable Muay Thai fighter you need have the strength and determination to train for a long period. These tips will help you achieve that:
First and foremost, make sure you improve your endurance. One of the easiest ways to do this is to practice running. You can choose long distance runs or maybe you can try sprints. Many people confirm that performing short sprints have improved their performance on their Muay Thai classes. The nature in Thailand is ideal for running so grab that chance and run on the beaches or some of the jungle paths you find there.
Another good advice is to ensure that you get enough proteins in your body. You can use protein shakes and supplements but since Thailand is a country known for the good food maybe it's good to consume proteins through their traditional dishes. Check which tasty Thai foods are rich in protein and enjoy.
Just like any other training, Muay Thai requires good stretching. Don't forget this while you are at the Muay Thai camp. Take 15 minutes to stretch your muscles before and after the training session. This will warm up your body prior to the training and recover your muscle fiber when the training is over.
Although many people are tempted by Thailand's nightlife, you should always have good night's sleep before you go training the next day. Quality sleep is necessary if you want to stay focused and have energy to perform the moves.
If you follow these tips you can expect improved performance in the Muay Thai camp and the results will also come much faster

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