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Old 03-08-2011, 09:46 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all,

I just finished my first Muay Thai class and have a question.

I broke my ankle about 7 years ago and had it pinned with screws which were removed. I broke it again the year after that and now have a plate and 4 screws in there. Will this affect my ability to train/compete in Muay Thai? Are there special ankle guards that I could buy to prevent damage?

Also, what should a 90 min class consist of normally? The guy who is training us is an established fighter and has qualifications to coach but I found my first session a little underwhelming if I'm honest. Maybe I'm just being critical.

Any advice much appreciated.

Aaron
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