What's Keeping You From Reaching Your Full Potential?
Limited Time + Limited Energy + Limited Resources
If you want to be a successful as a Muay Thai practitioner, you constantly have to be sharpening your skills.
But let me ask you this...
When training for a fight (or just to get in great shape), what's going to be the biggest factor in reaching your goals?
If you said, "The quality of your training", you got it!
You can put hours and hours of work in at the gym, but if you're not using the right drills to tighten your technique and to be more efficient with your movements, then you're going to struggle to see ANY results.
Even if you train just for fun, don't you think it's more fun when you're dominating the more experienced guys during your sparring sessions? Or when you finally feel like you can kick through brick walls?
Yea... that's what training is all about!
That being said, being a serious practitioner of this deadly martial art takes a ton of dedication - often training 5+ times a week.
And we all know it's hard it is to balance work, life AND training all into our daily routines... which can be incredibly frustrating and a HUGE factor that limits you from reaching your full potential.
On top of that, there are basically zero programs to find that are proven to help you with your kicking power, speed and technique. And to make matters worse, the programs that do exist typically show incorrect techniques that will be COUNTERPRODUCTIVE since you'll end up developing bad habits which will cost you in the long run.
The Truth About Kicking With Flawless Technique
Most Drills Focus on Quantity... NOT Quality
The fact is that most of the Muay Thai programs you find online will NOT work for you.
Why? Because chances are you have to worry about balancing your job, school and/or family along with your training routine. Your time is valuable and sometimes you have to make the most of your limited training.
Most routines are designed for Thai fighters who lives on site at a training camp? They are able to wake up, train and spend endless hours perfecting their craft... and I'm guessing you don't have the unlimited time to practice and perfect your kicking technique, right?
So instead of taking the old-school "Thai-style" way of training (which you and I don't have time for), why not focus more on the QUALITY of our training instead of the quantity?
The Solution to Developing INSANE Kicking Power & Technique
QUALITY Drills That Focus On Muay Thai Specific Techniques
Here's a prime example of a popular myth that's keeping you from achieving your Muay Thai goals...
You've probably heard the phrase "practice makes perfect", haven't you?
You've also probably heard the philosophy of putting your "10,000 hours to become a master".
But let me ask you this...
How can you expect to become a master of something (even if you put in the 10,000 hours of work) if you are using the wrong technique, drills and training routines?
You can't! And you won't!
What these same philosophies basically tell you is that every time you train, you need to train with a focus and INTENTION in order to truly become a master of your art.
Here are 3 key areas that I see SO many guys do completely wrong during their training:
Muay Thai Mistake #1: Quantity Over Quality
You can bang the bag or hit the pads for 365 days a year and STILL have sucky kicks because you have no idea how to throw a proper roundhouse kick.
You can also pick up horrible habits that will leave you open for counters (that could end up getting you KO'ed) and leave you susceptible to injuries... which would keep you from training and participating in the sport you love.
Training with focus and using the right training methods will help you develop flawless kicking technique.
Making sure you are practicing proper form and technique will take you a long way. Not only will you become more powerful and fast with all your strikes, but you will also become more efficient... which in turn will keep you going for longer rounds while still keeping the same intensity.
Muay Thai Mistake #2: Wrong Training Methods
I know what you're thinking... what type of training method is the "wrong" type?
It's the one where you're going through the motions and not improving in any area of your striking (power, speed, technique and efficiency). Using training methods that drain you without improving your fighting ability will hold you back and keep you from reaching your training goals.
You can be sweating and pushing yourself to the limit, but if you're training hard, and not SMART, then you will slowing your progress down without even knowing it!
On top of all that, fighters who use the wrong training methods often lack the self awareness to become a true master of Muay Thai.... and I'm guessing if you're training Muay Thai, you want to be good at it, don't you?
Muay Thai Mistake #3: Wrong Technique
Like I just mentioned, if you're doing thousands of kicks with the wrong technique, are you truly benefitting from your training?
No. Not at all.
In order to truly develop the explosive power and lightning fast speed you want in your kicks, you MUST learn the correct kicking technique. If you're not taught the right way to pivot on your foot, thrust your hips and use your arms for defense, then you might as well just let your opponent beat you into a bloody pulp.
Here's The Key To Kicking Like a Thai Champion:
Keep things simple. Keep things focused. Use the right training tools and resources.
Seems easy enough doesn't it?
That's why using PROVEN Muay Thai Specific Drills and Training Tools taught by experienced, reputable fighters and coaches will be crucial to your success. You'll avoid picking up bad habits, injuring yourself and looking like a fool in front of your friends and training partners.
The program I'm about to share with you has been tried, tested and proven at the highest levels of competition.
Hundreds Thousands of passionate Muay Thai practitioners from all over the world have seen incredible results... don't believe me? Take a look at what other fighters and coaches are saying about this one-of-a-kind program: