|Academy of Combat Newsletter #154
The kids martial arts grading week will begin on Monday July 26th. The final grading day will be Saturday the 1st of July.
3) There is Friday Night sparring 6-7:30pm for BJJ, MMA and Thai Boxing. If you haven’t sparred before please book a sparring etiquette appointment at reception before your first session.
4) There is an open mat on Saturdays for sparring and drilling from 12pm until 2pm.
Dealing with common Muay Thai Training Injuries
If you are training seriously in Muay Thai or for that matter any physical activity, you will get injured from time to time.
In Muay Thai the two most common injuries are bruising and strained muscles.
In this Newsletter tip we'll only give a brief outline for treating these injuries.
For a more detailed report check out the blog article at www.UltimateFightingSystems.com
'Til next time keep training hard.Dr Geoff, Ph.D. www.UltimateFightingSystems.com
If we are training regularly we will sustain injuries from time to time, that's part of the game.
In this newsletter tip we discuss the two most common injuries; bruising and pulled muscles and give some advice on treatment.
You'll find a whole lot more, with detailed video instruction, in our Muay Thai online video training course and, so that you can try it out first, we give you the first 2 weeks of lessons free - check it out at:
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