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    [6 days/week][Sport][Intermediate] Muay Thai Fitness

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    Let me know if any suggestions

    Am preparing to train in Thailand for a few weeks and am using this routine.

    Feedback appreciated

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    Used to do Muay Thai training all through my youth, up to my mid 20s. Don't think I've the dedication now

    I'd put in a little more shoulder work (endurance over strength) and front shoulder raises are good for helping that guard when you're tired. One-armed shoulder rows, wide-grip lat pulldowns and seated rows will give you more strength in the clinches too. You can really intimidate an opponent if you can throw him around like a rag doll after giving him a few knees!

    I'd then cut out the bicep work as they'll be worked when you do the back exercises. My twopennyworth, anyway

    Good luck in Thailand.

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