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There is nothing quite like the experience of training Muay Thai in Thailand. It is the country's national sport after all. The trainers over there have a wealth of knowledge when it comes to the art form. The country...
Sangmorakot Muay Thai Gym Bangkok When it comes to learning, one of the key elements is that the delivered knowledge is actually genuine. Here we talk about Muay Thai, which is the centuries-made martial arts out of Thailand. Therefore the...
Carnage Diary A seed of the earth is no different to the seed of my mind, and in which I had planted them on the same occasion. I had planted both seeds without the realization of the totality, that one...
UFC 221 Perth: what we know so far, what to anticipate Ultimate Fighting Championships finally makes its debut here in Western Australia. UFC 221 takes place at Perth Arena on Sunday February 11. First of all it is historic for WA to...
It's a well known fact that if you always train the same way, your body gets used to it and your results will plateau. This is why I'm always on the lookout for different ways to mix up my...
This year, I have been working at Tribute Boxing in Melbourne and have started to incorporate more boxing training into my regime. My aim is not to become a boxer, but I have been enjoying the training. I previously...
Carnage Diary: Motivation The word motivation or motivated is something that you hear all too often when it comes to people feeling stuck between what there mind is saying and their heart is wanting You can YouTube motivational videos all day...
Carnage Diary: The Eight Limbs The two beautiful passions in my life are the fighting art of Muay Thai, and my new found passion for Yoga. For many years I was practicing yoga while I was still fighting. But to be...
When I started attending Muay Thai classes, my aim was to increase my fitness. I have previously written about how I never expected to fight, but what I also didn't anticipate was the boost it gave to my confidence. I...
I believe that pushing yourself out of your comfort zone is a good thing. That's why I decided to try Brazilian jiu-jitsu for the first time this week. In the realm of fighting sports, I had never done any...
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Modern Day Warrior

From the warrior we see today, to the great warriors from the past Over the past 24 years I have been a warrior myself. I have pretty much dedicated my whole life to being the one since the age of...
Recovery is an important part of any training regime. Ask any professional athlete and they will most likely agree. Even if you're not an athlete but train regularly and want to get the most out of your sessions, recovery...
Elbows, I believe, if used correctly are the most dangerous weapon used in Muay Thai, and can cause fights to become a bloody mess I wanted to write this article based on the amount of pictures I've seen of late,...
Blog - UFC Fight Night: Cerrone vs. Till I was somewhere around Modlin, on the edge of Warsaw, when the coffee began to take hold. I almost didn't even fully take into consideration what was happening as I sat on...
It has been a while since I've done a structured Muay Thai class. I have been training myself at odd times to fit in with my schedule, but I do miss the atmosphere of training in a group. So...

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