Muay Thai has become your passion. You want to stop wasting opportunities. You want to leave your mark. You are a… Heavy Hitter.
Together we are the movers and shakers of the Muay Thai community, those challenging themselves on a daily basis to become more. Challenging Muay Thai to become more!
Heavy Hitters are the Thai boxers and coaches of all levels looking for the most efficient and effective Muay Thai performance training strategies and tactics to level up, and our mission is to share with you just that!
Astonishingly EASY Goal Setting Logic!
Video, text transcript, LINKS and more at https://heatrick.com/2018/09/22/muay-thai-astonishingly-easy-goal-setting-logic/
Following the last Heavy Hitters Podcast (looking at post-fight reviewing and goal setting), this video explains my logic for selecting what your next Muay Thai S&C goals should be! And it's simpler than you think!!
It maybe a bit of cliché in the fight game that either you win a fight or you learn… but that doesn’t mean it’s not true!
However, you can seriously increase your rate of learning (even if you won the fight) if you follow up by reflecting on the answers to certain questions. And in this episode, I’ll share with you the 15 winning questions to ask yourself after every fight (win or lose) so you never lose!
Full text transcript and links at https://heatrick.com/2018/09/14/15-winning-questions-to-ask-yourself-after-every-fight-so-you-never-lose/
Recently I spoke to legendary sports scientist, educator, and S&C coach Dr Yessis on Lawrence Kenshin's podcast... And ahead of that going live, here are my reflections on Muay Thai S&C as a result of that chat!
Full text transcript and more at https://heatrick.com/2018/09/01/reflecting-on-muay-thai-sc-after-speaking-to-dr-yessis/
Are you struggling to fit all the training you want into the week? Well you’re not alone! And in this episode let’s dig into why you don’t need MORE training time!
Video transcript page with all the links! https://heatrick.com/2018/08/17/you-dont-need-more-training-time/
"Heavy Hitter", Bob Wansink audio messaged me some great questions regarding speed and power training via Anchor.fm, and this Heavy Hitters Podcast is a direct reply. In this episode, I share the 5 exercise categories I use in every resistance training session that I program.
Full webpage with text transcript and extra links at https://heatrick.com/2018/08/04/the-5-exercise-categories-in-a-resistance-training-session/
Muay Thai strength training is a recurring question, so let’s take the opportunity to clear things up a little. We’ll look at how to build strength in the first place, and how fighters can get stronger when strength gains dry up!
Text transcript with further links: https://heatrick.com/2018/07/06/muay-thai-strength-first/
Many Thai boxers that dream of making it big in Muay Thai, but in reality not many will. And not because they aren’t physically capable of doing so, but simply because they lack the motivation or the process to do so!
Full text transcript at https://heatrick.com/2018/06/22/how-to-make-it-big-in-muay-thai/
There are many reasons why a fighter can struggle to maintain balance, with the most obvious being poor Muay Thai technique… but let’s look at this with a more complete understanding of the individual fighter...
Supporting page with further links to topics mentioned in the podcast: https://heatrick.com/2018/06/09/muay-thai-balance-drills-and-exercises/
Carbs For Fighters 1-Page reference sheet: https://vh206-557cba.pages.infusionsoft.net/
My last podcast, discussing the Keto diet for fighters, proved really popular. And I hadn’t intended to, but it looks like you all wanted a follow up… "if I recommend that carbs are important to a fighters performance, what type, how much and when, etc.. etc…" So in today’s podcast, here are my thoughts on Carbs For Fighters!
I shared a post on our facebook page of Joe Rogan’s podcast with Dr Andy Gaplin discussing the keto diet, and I commented, “As a combat athlete, your primary fuel source will always be carbs – nothing else releases energy fast enough!”
Now there are a ton of opinions on this! And I thought in this first dedicated podcast, I’d explain why, with my current level of understanding, I believe this.