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⚡ Muay thai TKO. ⚡ Yod panchai VS Suriya Lantaline
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#MuayThai #MMA #fitness #weightloss #motivation  
Muay Thai and MMA training: Staying motivated!!
 
I’ve been living and training Muay Thai, MMA and BJJ here in Thailand for around 10 years now. Like most people my motivation levels are not always at their peak, sometimes that’s due to injuries or long breaks in competition and sometimes I’m just plain lazy.
I wanted to write a short piece to talk about some tips to find or regain motivation when tired of the day to day grind.  A lot of this also applies to people just starting to get into training, not just Muay Thai, MMA but to any sport. The first few training sessions you do  can feel like a mammoth task before your body begins to adapt and its important to stick with it.
 
1.       Break down your objectives into small goals.. if you are trying to lose weight set and achievable goal like a KG per week instead of thinking about the fact you want to be 20KGs lighter. Maybe aim to start back to training with just one session a day.

2.       Visualize your objective. If I’m starting a fight camp or just losing weight I will put up pictures of myself in fight shape and I know bodybuilders etc.. that would put up pictures of their favorite bodybuilders to remind them what they are aiming for.

3.        Motivational quotes.. I have a cork board next to my bed where I stick my favorite motivational quotes. That way every morning when I wake up the first thing I see is something that’s inspires me and reminds me why I’m up at 5am!!

4.       Take breaks: I know plenty of guys who have burned themselves out from over training. Its important to listen to your body and sometimes taking a few days or a week off will allow you to mentally and physically recover enough that you come back feeling re-inspired.

5.       Surround yourself with other positive people that have similar objectives. If you are surrounded by lazy bastards it becomes hard to push yourself that extra mile. Make sure your team/training partners etc.. are pushing as hard if not harder than you so you can all help each other up the ladder!!

Everyone has different reasons for training. Personally I love to compete and I know that to succeed that means working hard in the gym. In my capacity as a trainer at Combat 360X Muay Thai camp in Khao Lak I also come across many people that just want to have fun, Get healthier, Lose weight etc.. All of those things are valid reasons to train and all of those things at times require you to stop and analyze your progress and sometimes to revise your goals. Just because you dropped the 20KGs you were aiming for doesn’t mean you should stop training now and just go back to how you were. Perhaps you just need to change your goal to maintain your weight.

Whatever your goals, Keep training and keep fighting for them!!   Oss!!

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Good luck Josue Tuzo Cruz who fights in Arizona this weekend in an 8 man tournament and for the chance to train at Sitsongpeenong, Thailand. Go Josue! #muaythai #lbtm
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The Reward! El Premio
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Dont forget registration for the national Muay Thai tournament closes FEBRUARY 28, 2013 #lbtm #tlaxcala #huamantla
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RIP DEP Ramon Dekkers. El Diamante ...
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