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I am realy looking forward to getting into MMA.
And through doing research it seems the place to start would be Muay Thai i say this because everyone states it has one of the hardest conditioning levels and alot of the powerfull moves come from Muay Thai in the MMA.
Firstly is this correct??
I Have Done 2 sessions now and my body has never hurt so much lol.
If so i need to be putting together a very thourough work out for inbetween sessions any help??
Also Thought you might want some background on me
Im 19 and up untill 2 weeks ago have been smoking 40 a day now down to 20 a day and only roll ups (but i promise i will get there) the last time i done any kind of exersise was well over two years ago (so am definatly out of shape to say the least) I am 6ft 6 and up untill around 2 months ago i was always underweight with no muscle or tone at all and the reason that kick started it was me putting on alot of fat all of a sudden.
Im realy enjoying the Muay Thai sessions and have a local club (sukhothai muay thai) and also am a member of the local Fitness First so i do have acsess to training etc.
Much Appreciated In Advanced
It depends on what your after. Muay Thai helps but your pretty much jumping from the bottom to the top. I would suggest working up your body fitness wise. Fitness First will help for cardio and weights. Your height will help you but smoking wont help!
No shit, that could of worked in the 60s when no one trained but now you have to be a beast of a athlete to compete
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