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The first thing I'd say is make sure you're training isn't too focused on pad work. Pad work is designed for conditioning, you'll need to incorporate a good deal of shadow boxing, sparring and working on technique with your teacher or a more experienced fighter. But, since we're talking about pad work - there's two points I'd make 1) If you're working hard ...


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If you are a beginner in Muay Thai, the pad drills are key and should typically make up a good percentage of your gym time, along with western boxing exercises, footwork, skipping, etc. A gym should also include sparring drills and some light sparring, although most USA gyms will not include anything that increases liability risk with non-fighters. I am ...


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What might be the most optimal martial arts to improve level of focus? Any technical martial art (TKD, muay thai, judo, etc) in which the details of how a movement is performed are important. When working up a skill you would focus on improving a particular aspect of performing the movement, reflect on how well you are progressing, and consider new ...



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