Muay Thai Book

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Muay Thai Book

Postby new2bjj » Apr 05, 2007 12:42

I saw a book the other day, by Christopher Delp on Muay Thai kickboxing. The book was nicely made, but what I thought was really good about it, is that it had common mistakes at the end of each chapter, and a plan for amateur fighting. The author refers to workouts as Speed, Power and Stamina, and lists them in order, as in the science of sports training, over a macrocycle. It's pretty rare that Martial Arts books list rational training, so i thought it was worth a mention.
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Postby swampy » Apr 15, 2008 14:05

I've just bought one of his books "muay thai basics" and was impressed, much better than the others I've read
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