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Many fighters struggle to adapt their training program to suit their personal weekly schedule... A schedule that’s VASTLY different to a full time fighter out in Thailand. In this short podcast, I explain more by way of a worked example from Jamie. Podcast episode show notes and further resources at https://heatrick.com/2022/01/20/for-fighters-is-o…
 
Sundays tend to be a reflective day for me, and my Sunday posts therefore share more personal insight… Both of my own thoughts and feelings, and a personal look behind the scenes of my own life too (in case you’re interested). This morning, while out exercising my dog Logan, I found myself considering a post from a fighter I’ve worked with online, …
 
Overcoming pre-fight fear, how introverts can shift state to fight at their best, and why it takes more than a solid S&C program to become a champion! Full video, show notes and further resources available at https://heatrick.com/2021/12/23/pre-fight-fear-introverts-shifting-state-champs-need-more-than-sc/…
 
Sports science is often shot down by elite fighters… Fighters that offer themselves as world class performers, who don’t follow a scientific approach to their training, and that often criticise the performance of others that do. And it’s an understandable mindset when that’s appeared to be the reality for you personally. But this thinking is flawed…
 
Consider this… Accepted ‘best practice’ is only the ‘best so far’. In his book Rebel Ideas, Matthew Syed discusses what we accept as ‘best practice’... It makes sense that if there’s a way of doing things that proves superior, that everyone should adopt it. But it's important to also realise that the accepted best practice is only the ‘best so far’…
 
Muay Thai seems to attract more than its fair share of "nice" people... So how can a nice person hit another person with the kind of destructive power that Muay Thai is designed to inflict? In a recent Heavy Hitters program support call, Arnaud asked how can he overcome a fear of hitting and hurting people? It was a great question, and one he was h…
 
In today’s podcast, I chat with you from the shed as I start training on the Online Striking Academy. Check out Paul’s Online Striking Academy Subscribe to the Muay Thai Podcast HERE Subscribe to the Coach Jeff Podcast HERE Check out our old shows on The Coach Jeff Podcast ArchivesPar The Muay Thai Podcast
 
Confirmed! Women are valued by Men in Muay Thai! I want to start with the huge positive before I share the negative I experienced in response to my recent podcast episode with the awesome Angela Chang on my The Science of Building Champions Podcast. Let me explain everything… Full show notes and further resources: https://heatrick.com/2021/06/26/wh…
 
Father Time waits for no man, and if you haven’t already felt how getting older affects your Muay Thai, it’s a certainty you will. In this episode, I’ll look at what you need to do to keep doing what you love (Muay Thai) and remaining badass for the rest of your life... What’s vital to remaining vital! Show notes and further resources at https://he…
 
A lot of fighters are using heart rate monitors these days, to allow them to train at the right intensity in their cardio sessions. And I love using monitors in my programs too. But most fighters are basing their training on a calculated age related maximum heart rate… Which for most people will be way off – because individual genetics determine wh…
 
I've been asked how I'd recommend structuring strength and conditioning when you're just 2 weeks out from a fight. So here's a quick "down and dirty" podcast episode to get something out quickly! Show notes with links to further references: https://heatrick.com/2021/03/02/2-weeks-out-how-to-structure-muay-thai-sc/ All podcast episodes are available…
 
How to surpass those that have been training longer than you in Muay Thai: I’m often asked questions like… “Is 20 years old too late to start Muay Thai and become successful with it?” So in this episode, I wanted to add a little flavour to answers I’ve given to this in the past… I believe that measuring your potential impact in Muay Thai by the num…
 
In this (whiteboard) podcast episode, I go into some detail on how I’d recommend changing the strength and conditioning element of training if you’ve little or no Muay Thai training going on right now! All podcast episodes are available at https://heatrick.com/podcast Subscribe and join the most informed Muay Thai performance community out there!…
 
Paraphrasing a recent question… "I have seen your videos on different training blocks… I have been training Muay Thai for 6 months and I’m not going to be fighting any time soon, so is it necessary to do the speed block and peak-week if I’m not competing?" Here's a short podcast episode to share my thoughts on this one...…
 
"If I have FIA (cam hip impingements on both hips), will I be able to ever kick high without surgery?" Prompted by an Instagram message, hip impingements and Muay Thai kicks are a common issue! So I've taken the opportunity to explain what you can do to help yourself if hip impingements affect you, and if you'll need to have surgery after all. For …
 
It's easy to fall into a bad mindset with the way the world is today. But if you're able to develop a "fighters mindset" then you'll be able to turn things around for the better. Jump in the live podcast with pro Muay Thai fighters Sean Fagan and Paul Banasiak as they share their tips to overcoming various mental battles we are all facing. Click he…
 
Driven from a question left on one of my previous Q&A videos, here I expand on my reply, and explain what I mean when I say a "Low Intensity Muay Thai Session". For the video version of this episode, with further resource links at https://heatrick.com/2021/01/13/low-intensity-muay-thai-training/ All podcast episodes are available at https://heatric…
 
The 8 Warriors was born when its inspirational founder Melinda was introduced to Muay Thai and it changed her life. After one session of Muay Thai Melinda swapped her Yoga mat for Boxing gloves, falling head over heels in love with this traditional martial art. But along the way she discovered Muay Thai is not just a sport, it is a community, it's …
 
In today’s podcast, I chat with you from the Treadmill and talk about my training … answer some listener mail and set some xmas / new year training goals. Subscribe to the Muay Thai Podcast HERE Subscribe to the Coach Jeff Podcast HERE Check out our old shows on The Coach Jeff Podcast ArchivesPar The Muay Thai Podcast
 
In this episode I dig into Jonathan Haggerty’s mindset, methods of conditioning your shins for Muay Thai kicks and shin blocks, and the different maximum heart rates for different exercises. For the video version of this episode, with text transcript and links, click here. All podcast episodes are available at https://heatrick.com/podcast…
 
It's easy to fall into a stage of burnout especially during covid lockdown. Paul and I have experienced quite a few times of complete burnout throughout our careers as fighters and entrepreneurs and wanted to share some tips on how to overcome it. Click here to play. https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/muaythaiguy/TMTG_143_-_How_to_Reset_and_Avoid_Bu…
 
Is your country going into lockdown again because of Covid-19? Two pro fighters share their tips on how to stay sharp mentally and physically during these uncertain times. Click here to play. https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/muaythaiguy/TMTG_141_-_How_to_get_your_Mind_right_for_COVID_Lockdown_And_Train_at_Home.mp3
 
From Buakaw to Petchmorakot... is it real? Combat sports athletes are constantly bombarded with video clips of fighters using training methods or supplements that are seemingly a shortcut to fantastic results. Most of the time, these clips are little more than social media stunts, either to market a product or simply to get likes… And fighters are …
 
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