3 No Fail Tips For Ultimate Strength & Conditioning Results

3. Recovery is just as important as the training! Your body doesn’t get stronger during the workout; it gets stronger after the workout. When your body is in repair mode, muscles, tendons, ligaments, and bone heal to become more resilient than your last training session. Learn to listen to your body if longevity is a goal for your training and fighting. There is a thin line between being lazy and listening though…Your own research and experimenting is crucial on your path to becoming a smart Muay Thai practitioner. In my 20+ years of fighting and training I have been blessed to have used a multitude of recovery techniques that still keep me active. Acupuncture, massage, yoga, swimming, chiropractic care and physical therapy have all kept me able to now teach, coach and train “The Art of 8 Limbs” at 41 years old.

Here is workout we do here at our CROM Physical Culture facility in Rockaway Beach, NY. You will perform 12 exercises in a row at 10 reps a piece to develop your agility, balance, flexibility, endurance, power, speed, stability and strength. Also known as what I call the “CORE 8”. Watch, practice then perform!!


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3 min jump rope
50-jumping jacks
40-seal claps
30-Squat thrust
20-windshield wipers
10-Hindu push-ups
***dynamic stretches***

***15 min AMRAP***
10 reverse burpee
10 abmat sit-ups
10 frog push-up
10 Cossack squats
10 knee to elbows
10 jump squats
10 alt superman plank
10 reverse crunches
10 power skaters
10 toe touch crunch
10 sit throughs
10 Hindu squats

The goal is to eventually make this a 30 minute AMRAP at 30 reps per exercise. Progress as you feel ready!



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