Muay Thai strength, power and physical training tips (VIDEO)

In this Thai boxing video: 01:35 – Muay Thai and muscle training 03:02 – Do we really need jogging in muay thai training? 04:20 – Skipping Rope in Muay Thai 05:40 – Muay Thai Endurance Training 05:56 – interval training in thai boxing 06:40 – Muay Thai Speed Workout 07:00 – Power and strength workouts in Muay Thai 07:22 – Muay Thai tactical training 07:56 – circtuit training in thai boxing 08:47 – Periodical martial arts training and planning 09:40#SeanAnswers: “must have” exercises in muay thai training? 10:44 – Muay Thai abs training 11:32 – Muay Thai push ups 11:49 – powerfull punch exercises in muay thai? 12:44 – Muay Thai chin ups 13:30#SeanAnswers: do we really need stretching in muay thai? 14:43 – full body muay thai stretching program 19:17 – after training program with Sean Douglas

A fighter is explosive. Actions must be fast. In training and fighting, we learn to move in and out. Not only do we move fast but also with an explosive power. Training with weights for a fighting art or for fitness is different. In my years of working with fighters I developed different forms of training. I did my workouts with wrestlers (Piet Kanters and Henk van der Stoep), rugby players, American football pros, but most of all I learned from Arthur Mulder, an athletic trainer and physiotherapist. Strength training in martial arts has become a must. The principles of strength training are not the same way those for fitness training. Every resistance training is based on functional movements. Big muscles are of no use. Our muscular structure needs to be powerful, flexible and fast. A proper strength program is built as follows:

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