So, the new design is done. I'll be doing a slight variation of it down the road, but for now, this is it!
Thanks to everyone who commented and helped me pick one.
I'll be starting a pre-order for T-shirts today, so if you want one in a particular size and/or colour, AND want to save a few bucks, this is the time to let me know.
I will be making a few extras to have on hand, but I can't guarantee there'll will be many sizes/colours left and I don't plan on doing another order for awhile.
Below are some images of the shirt styles and colours available for pre-order:
Most of these are M&O brand and the size chart is located after the Men's MO selection. Ladies styles can be found in the same chart.
There are also going to be some T-shirts and Tanks from Anvil and the size chart is below the Men's Anvil selection.
Pre-Order will be until October 3rd!
A straight forward protocol on how to increase power on the heavy bag. Works for Boxing, Kickboxing, Muay Thai and MMA.
In this video I'll show you some ways to approach training on the heavy bag, as well as a killer conditioning drill called "The Olympic Drill".
Here's a few tips on how to increase speed, harden your shins and help you reach those head kicks:
The Body or Mid kick is high value attack in Muay Thai - that means is scores well with the judges (and it hurts like hell!). If you have some one who is scoring with the kick, whether they are hitting your body or your arms, you will pay for it. Your cardio will start to crash or you arms will start to lose strength, making punching and clinching a lot more difficult.
Make your opponent think twice about throwing that kick by catching and counter attacking properly!
The Heavy Bag - a great tool to execute techniques at full power with out having to worry about hurting a training partner. It's also great for working your chops at your own pace and paying attention to detail.
Of course, it also great for conditioning - take a simple movement and repeat for x amount of reps or time. One of my favourite, and a standard in most gyms, is throw hard knees against the bag. This allows you to work on power, balance, speed and cardio conditioning. Here's a few tips to help your practice.
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