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Old 03-Feb-2017, 11:04 AM
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I want to become champ of Moscow by January 1st 2018

I want to become Champ of Moscow, Russia by January 2018.

Please Watch Video of my Sparring Simulation Shadowboxing. Link to Video here - https://youtu.be/LLAQJtoEZUU Please give me advice. I accept all criticism. Please say all you feel of where I need improvement. I appreciate it greatly!

What do I need to do in order to achieve success? My goal is to be Muay Thai champion of Russia by year 2020. I may transition into MMA afterwards, maybe compete recreationally, not professionally. But I think I will stop competing altogether and focus on my career and do basketball and tennis for fun and general wellbeing.

I am a Russian-American. I live in Moscow, Russia. I trained in Boxing from the year of 2008-2010. I only had a few Muay Thai lessons, so I donít know the correct technique for kicking. I am 27 years old. I donít have a lot of time to invest in my training because I am focused on 2 business projects and other work. In a few weeks, I will have money to pay for trainers and Muay Thai training gyms.

***Please share Master Toddyís Training Secrets DVDís. I only have one of his volume*** I am a self-help coach. I can a give free 30 minute FaceTime Consultation in exchange. I specialise in wealth attraction and general success in all areas of life.

Also if anyone who has training materials from Mike Tyson's trainers, such as Cus D'Amato willing to share with me I would be really thankful of you'd send me the materials.

Where are the best places online for learning Muay Thai?

I need training workouts to do at home at the moment. I will sign up to Muay Thai gym near me next month once I get paid.

I need help with the books part. I need something that will be inspiring and also something that really explains perfect technique in an easy to understand context.

My materials I will use for training:

DVD's
- Master Toddy Training Secrets Vol 4. - Knees and Pads
- Boxing for MMA Joe Lauzon
- Don Familton Ultimate Boxing, Vol 1- Vol 5
- Duke Rufus - Muay Thai and Kickboxing
- Jeff Mayweather - Boxing Tips and Techniques
- Bas Rutten's training DVD's
- MMA Mastery Ground and Pound
- Mike Parker - Muay Thai for MMA
- Mirko Cro Cop training DVD
- Randy Couture MMA x training Vol 1, 2
- Roach's Fundamental's of Boxing
- Vicktor Belfort training
- Secrets of Chute Boxing
- Title Boxing DVD training set
- Anderson Silva Boxing for MMA
- Chris Getz Ultimate Boxing Ultimate Lessons
- Steve Hurley Modern Boxing

Other:
Human Weapon MMA
Fit to Fight Training

Books
- Cus D'Amato's training books
- Speed Training for Combat, Boxing, Martial Arts, and MMA
How to Maximize Your Hand Speed, Foot Speed, Punching Speed, Kicking Speed, Wrestling Speed, and Fighting Speed
- Boxing Mastery
- Championship Fighting - Jack Dempsey
- The Boxers Guide To Performance Enhancement
- Ultimate Training for the Ultimate Warrior
- The Tao of Jeet Kune Do
- Conditioning for Martial Arts
- No Holds Barred Fighting Savage Strikes.pdf
- No Holds Barred Fighting The Clinch.pdf
- No Holds Barred Fighting The Kicking Bible.pdf
- No Holds Barred Fighting The Ultimate Guide to Conditioning.pdf
- Ronda Rousey - My Fight - Your Fight
- Why Men Fight - Bertrand Russell

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Old 03-Feb-2017, 11:07 AM
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You need to get yourself to a gym mate, those kicks are...unconventional and your boxing defence occasionally leaves you open to a knee up the middle.

No online tutorial is going to fix either of those things, a coach and a gym full of training partners are the only thing that can.
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Old 03-Feb-2017, 11:22 AM
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If you want success bad enough you will find a way to pay for it. Training with a qualified coach is the only way you will succeed in fighting. Training at home will do nothing. If you want to wait a month then start working on fitness now, running, sit ups, push ups etc.
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Old 03-Feb-2017, 12:42 PM
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I want to become Champ of Moscow, Russia by January 2018.
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I donít have a lot of time to invest in my training
You see the problem?

That online training won't help much, was already mentioned.
You can read all you want, but that won't teach you how to actually *do* something.
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Old 03-Feb-2017, 12:47 PM
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Going purely by the numbers, you need to be putting in 25+ hours a week with high level trainers and partners to be as good as you say you want to be.
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Old 03-Feb-2017, 02:48 PM
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Not gonna happen so pick another goal
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Old 03-Feb-2017, 06:01 PM
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Movements too big. You're too stiff. Too much low head movement. Too much hand movement.

I could go on to be honest.

Get yourself into a proper gym. Training from home is just going to see you get hurt when you go up against someone who is training properly.
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Old 03-Feb-2017, 06:09 PM
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Ummm, January 1, 2017 has already come and gone.......
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Old 03-Feb-2017, 07:01 PM
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Ummm, January 1, 2017 has already come and gone.......
He erred in the name of thread-his first line in his op is
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He erred in the name of thread-his first line in his op is
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Less than a year is a rather unrealistic goal still. I would advise OP to set realistic goals if he is serious.

And training under a qualified instructor with this being his priority would be a must. Sounds like he has several projects going on. Which if fine, but one needs lots of training time to want to compete with success.
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Old 04-Feb-2017, 10:20 AM
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As much as I applaud your enthusiasm as others have stated you need to get to a gym and get some formal training. Shadow boxing will only get you so far and without a coach you will ingrain bad habits that will be hard to correct further down the line.

You are not turning on your supporting foot blocking the hip rotation on your kicks making them weak and you need to relax more.

Have you looked at what gyms are available in your area?
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Old 04-Feb-2017, 11:57 AM
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Pretty much agree with most comments - you can't learn martial arts at home lol. This is absurd. Sparring is everything...techniques are not as important as learning to relax, gauging distance and timing strikes under pressure which could only be achieved by sparring, sparring and full contact sparring....
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Old 04-Feb-2017, 12:35 PM
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if you can afford dvds and books you can afford gym fees.

1) make money
2) train in a real gym
3) see 1)
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