You can get an education visa for Thai language, so you'll learn the language, only have to go one or two times a week & have plenty of time to train.
Tie a thick Kickshield or some decent Thai Pads around a small tree with some handwraps. Layer a towel between pad & tree to protect both from any...
Crocoldile Dundee style.
It's not so long now. :D
Yeah can we focus on hooks not COVID please? It's a bit flippin depressing.
Liam Harrison on hooks. He has one of the nastiest hooks in Muay Thai. Observe when he throws his hook he doesn't over pivot the foot.
The power of a hook does come from the hips and turning, but you shouldn't over turn the foot in any of the striking arts ideally.
Tie some large Thai Pads or a thick Kickshield, to a tree.
He doesn't like getting hit, at all.
Takes more than being a big man to get in a ring and fight.
That doesn't make you any less competent at teaching.
Last time I saw you, when we both taught at the last MAP Meet, you taught a class that...
Can also relate to this.
If you aint limpin you just gimpin. :D
As someone who has been in this boat the past 5 years, I can only testify to this. You will make mistakes as a teacher, just learn from it and...
They'll likely start running 121's once restrictions on isolation get lifted. No harm in giving a few recommendations to keep an eye on.
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I like to use a 6 round system personally ( 5 rounds in Muay Thai + one extra round to build up that extra gas in the tank mentality)
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