Martial Athlete's have plenty of essential equipment they need during their training sessions.
You might need to carry anything from Thai Pads & boxing mitts to shinguards & headgear.
How do you know a gym bag will be sufficient to carry your equipment and will it withstand being transported to and from the studio?
I am excited to test and review this gym bag from Born Tough.
I will test the bag and let you know if it is a quality and useful bag for your fitness equipment.
Take a look at Born Tough's clothing and accessories by visiting their site www.borntough.com/
What would you like to see reviewed?
We are excited to collaborate with Elite Sports for an upcoming product review of their equipment. We know how important it is to have quality gear when training Muay Thai & Kickboxing.
First, we will be testing and reviewing the Elite Sports Muay Thai Kick Pad.
Next, we will receive the Elite Series Muay Thai Punching Mitts.
Whether you are a beginner or advanced Martial Artist, purchasing quality products for your martial arts journey can be challenging experience if you are unsure if the products are good or not.
I will be testing these products to bring you an honest and in-depth review.
Check out their products:
It can be a little overwhelming when you decide to begin a Martial Arts journey. Learning Muay Thai should be a fun and rewarding experience. Personal training for Muay Thai can be beneficial for beginners and advanced students. Personal sessions for Muay Thai or generally 30-45 minutes depending on your goals.
As a beginner you can learn the strikes and proper form without feeling overwhelmed by other students around. Learning the proper stance, guard and basic techniques are important. Your trainer will be able to correct any mistakes and provide drills for you to practice.
Intermediate or advanced students can enhance their current training by focusing on specific techniques. You can focus on pad work, clinching, conditioning and stamina overall. You can also benefit from personal sessions if you are preparing for another level of training. Not all advanced students of Muay Thai are fighters. You can have a love for Martial Arts and training Muay Thai without getting into the ring.
Regardless of your fitness goals, Muay Thai is an excellent source for an intense workout. You can lose weight, gain strength and increase your stamina training Muay Thai. It is important that you are consistent with your training. Three to four times a week is the minimum for training Muay Thai to have an impact and see results.
If you have any personal or physical limitations which requires additional guidance and assistance, a personal trainer can help you. Trainers can modify your form to ensure your technique is optimal. Proper form is important to ensure you do not injure yourself. It is difficult during a class setting to provide this type of one-on-one vigilance. Receiving proper guidance will give you more confidence while you begin or continue your Muay Thai journey.
A trainer can provide encouragement and accountability. Your trainer will find your limits and help push and motivate you during your sessions. Discuss your goals with your trainer so they are aware of what you wish to gain from your Muay Thai sessions.
You can lose weight training Muay Thai. Muay Thai is an intense workout. The art of 8 limbs engages your entire body. Learning how to kick, punch, throw elbows properly will incorporate an array of body movements to help you burn fat. Your trainer will know based on your current fitness level how hard they need to push you. They are knowledgeable about nutrition and won’t convince you to participate in any diet fads.
Communication with your trainer is a priority. You will want to be sure your goals are clearly discussed. If your goals change based on how you are progressing with your training, be sure to advise your trainer.
Lose weight, improve technique, learn basics, increase stamina and love the art of Muay Thai.
Contact us today to discuss personal training sessions for Muay Thai.
I am Rad Durousseau, the owner and head instructor of Rad Muay Thai Fitness Center in Aurora Colorado. I love to share whatever I can to help whomever I can to grow through training in what I call Martial Athletics. I use functional strength training and conditioning to strengthen my martial arts and I use martial arts to compliment my S&C training in an effort to create a complete Martial Athlete and next level human being.