Improve Your Muay Thai Now: How Master Toddy Trains Champions, Part 2

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Muay Thai is a martial art and takes a great deal of training if you want to be good at it. This shows you a bit of how that training is done. Martial arts take a great deal of dedication. You have to be serious about wanting to learn. There is more to it than just the moves. There is a whole mindset involved.

Key Takeaways:

  • “In round one, watch your opponent,” he advises. “Notice how he stands, how he moves, how he blinks. You have to feel him out and think about what he wants to do to you.” That’s the best way to beat him, Master Toddy says.
  • “Fighting is 50-percent mental,” the muay Thai master says. “Conditioning is only so important. I know one guy who runs marathons, but the conditioning doesn’t do him much good in the ring. He never wins; he never believed in himself.
  • The best test of skill in muay Thai is competing in Thailand — with no family and friends around you, he adds. “You can’t call yourself the world champion of muay Thai without having beat the Thais.”

“”You have to be determined to win. If you’re not, you’re wasting your time.””

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