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Old 02-22-2011, 10:45 AM   #1
Manuel Jericho
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Default Question. Not used to the intensity and volume of traditional muay thai conditioning

I've been taking traditional muay thai taught here in north america but sessions aren't spread out throughout day as it is in thailand as they go about 90-120mins with the first 30-60mins being a combination of squats, push ups, abs, jumping jacks, skipping, knee ups, kick ups, ect finishing off the last 30-60 mins off skill training pads, light sparring.

I always give it a 100% as I want to learn and put in the effort but, it leaves me sore and worn out for a couple of days.

Should I do it 2-3x a week, on top of the days were I do 2 cardiac output sessions and 1 strength?
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