Hey guys, Maggie here! Danny let me take over the blog today to share what we buy at Trader Joe's in a typical week. So many of you ask us what we eat throughout the day to keep our energy up and also to control cravings so I thought I'd share the things we buy at Trader Joe's in our weekly shopping trip and a few of our favorite recipes!
Friday, May 25, 2018
Thursday, May 17, 2018
Thursday, May 10, 2018
When it comes to Muay Thai, kicks must be blocked with your shin so that your opponent won't score. However, raising your knee against a kick isn't always enough if your opponent is kicking right through your shin or off balancing you. Here's how to strengthen your blocks so you don't look weak to the judges.
Thursday, April 26, 2018
One of the biggest problems I faced when I started Muay Thai was poor plantar flexion (pointing your foot out). I also see it in some of my newer students.
Back then, during a sparring class, I threw a teep and missed my partner. My coached yelled at me to point my foot. I fired again and missed. "He heard you yell it and stepped back," I thought to myself in frustration as the round continued.
Friday, April 20, 2018
Getting back into shape is a bit harder than starting. If you had to take some time off from your training here are a couple tips to help you get back into shape.
Monday, April 2, 2018
Friday, March 30, 2018
The clean is an exercise in which you must perform with explosiveness.
- Deadlift kettlebell.
- Explosively drive hips forward to standing position, high pull kettlebell and switch grip from handle to the horn.
- With a proud chest and a straight back, squat down.
- Go as low as you can without rounding your back or tucking your hips.
- Explode back up to standing position.
- Release the bell to hang position; arms straight, holding bell by the handle
- Repeat for desired reps
Sunday, March 25, 2018
Tuesday, March 20, 2018
Try these workouts at home. Better yet, get accountability, proper coaching, and hit your fitness goals by being an action taker.
Join our kick starter program. Simply click the link below, fill out the short form and choose a date/time that'll fit into your schedule. We'll contact you through email shortly after and get you set up!
Wednesday, March 7, 2018
Learning how to get up is going to be vital if you're looking for longevity in your fitness routine. Here's a quick How-To for The GetUp Sit Up, one of my favorite core/abdominal movements. This can be done with a kettlebell, dumbbell, medicine ball, a full grown dog or your baby brother.
This is the 1st and 2nd part of the Turkish Get Up (TGU) and a good regression to increase the weight you'd typically use in the TGU.
This is a staple in our Kettlebell Strength & Conditioning Classes. Try it at home or be an action taker and join our kick starter program (http://www.acumenathletics.com/p/kettlebells-strength.html)
I hope you find this video useful towards your Muay Thai training. Don't forget to leave a comment with any of your questions and share this video with your teammates.
Best to your training,
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