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Old 02-10-2010, 12:43 AM   #1
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Muay Thai conditioning

Anybody have any tips on how to condition my shins and thighs to take a beating?
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Old 02-10-2010, 01:18 AM   #2
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put yellow pages against a post and just go at it
when u start to feel less pain tear of a few pages and repeat
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Old 02-10-2010, 01:45 AM   #3
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Kick the bag. Just keep kicking it.
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kick light poles to achieve ultimate solid shins that will have your bones hard enough that they can clink against bottles of beer.
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Old 02-10-2010, 09:37 PM   #6
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keep kicking a harder object. the phone book example aint bad. what my old taekwondo master taught me to strengthen my knuckles was to just keep grind it against something hard *desk, wall etc* and yes it did work. but for simplicity just keep kicking things.
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Old 02-10-2010, 11:17 PM   #7
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Kick the bag. Just keep kicking it.
kick a bag. don't kick anything else like trees, hit them with bottles, rolling pins. unless you do not value your shins.

http://www.ironlife.com/mag/issue6/shin.shtml

to OP: did you start judo yet?
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kick a bag. don't kick anything else like trees, hit them with bottles, rolling pins. unless you do not value your shins.

http://www.ironlife.com/mag/issue6/shin.shtml

to OP: did you start judo yet?
Not yet
I'm having a hard time finding a places that teaches more traditional Judo.

The schools I've been looking at seem to teach sport judo.. which is fine... but i'm trying to find the more traditional combat style... If i can't find a place then i may just take the sport judo.

But I started training in muay thai down at iron city.

some people are kinda against taking two disciplines at once... but i think i'll be alright..

how long have you been training in judo?
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The more you kick , the harder your shins will be
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kick the bag and repeat. i usually use the big effin' mofo bag and not the thai bag just so i get more contact onto my whole shin. i wear the sleeves around my ankle which cover the top part of my foot, slapping that part against a bag repeatedly sucks major balls.

oh and i also use to roll my shins too, hurts like a bitch but it did toughen them up.
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so is this shit permanently damaging to your shins or nerves or whatever in anyway?
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I've been doing muay thai for a couple of years now. I second the comments above and just keep kicking the bag... repetition repetition repetition.

As for the thighs, we were always taught running, bunny hops, tuck jumps, jump squats, prisoner squats to develop our thighs. All thigh muscle strengthening exercises....
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damn..i would like to learn muay thai
any good place in here?
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damn..i would like to learn muay thai
any good place in here?
Jason Fenton @ Iron City Muay Thai in Richmond

10th Planet Jiu Jitsu is also in the same building as well as Dungeon wrestling

10th Planet Jiu Jitsu is by Eddie Bravo.. It's his students teaching the class...
I can't remember the name of the Dungeon Wrestling instructor.. But he joined UFC grapplers quest and placed Gold in his weight class... with no Jiu Jitsu or Judo... just straight wrestling...

It's the Sports Central facility right across knight street bridge.
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