Sunday, September 18, 2016

Muay Thai Boxing "Wack-A-Mole" Drill

Ripping combos on pads or the heavy bag shouldn't be the only tactic in your training arsenal. Improve your speed and reaction time with this drill...

Sunday, September 11, 2016

Punch Defense for Muay Thai vs Boxing.

This is a clip from a Semi-Private I did. I have my fighters block punches slightly different than you see in Boxing. Your punch defense for Muay Thai has to be more rigid compared to sport boxing's punch defense. Here's why...

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Entering with Teeps (Muay Thai Coaching Review Sept 4-10/2016)

Teeps, your longest weapon in Muay Thai, are a versatile weapon!

For the next few weeks I'm teaching my students to use their teeps as an opener and a way to not give their opponent the chance to set up.

Saturday, August 27, 2016

Friday, August 26, 2016

Neck Bridge w/ Halo. Exercise for Muay Thai.

If your a combat athlete or martial artist, neck strengthen exercises should be performed at every training session. Here's why...

Saturday, August 20, 2016

Coaching and Training Review (August 14-20 )

Summer Isn't Over

This is the time of year where every store you walk into is having "Back to School" sales. Forget about back to school because we still have just a little over 3 weeks of summer.

I'm a big proponent of living in the now and being in the now which carries over to training in the now. By training in the now I'm referring to not worrying about saving your energy for the next round of pad work, not stressing about breathing too heavy during your beginning rounds of sparring, and take each training session round by round as they happen.

40% Left
There's a Navy Seal motto: "When your mind is telling you you’re done, you’re really only 40% done." Conditioning is all mental! You spend hours training your muscles, now spend hours training your mind.
Best to your training,
Danny Millet 

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