Well conditioned Muay Thai practitioners develop and nuture their bodies beyond skills and technique. At Coban’s Muay Thai Camp we offer an array of strength & conditioning classes to compliment your training. And the best part, it’s already included in your membership. Round out your Muay Thai training with some of the classes below.
High repetition ballistic exercises and circuit training with kettle bells as well as plyometric movements and calisthenics. This is a workout that will boost the metabolism, build lean muscle and challenge the cardiovascular system.
These classes use various resistance-training techniques to improve muscular strength and endurance. They develop muscle definition, and elevate the body’s metabolism by increasing lean muscle mass.
Small Group Workout Of the Week (WOW)
These are Small Group classes that serve as a semi-private lesson. The maximum capacity is 4 students. In these Small Group classes, there will be a theme or Workout Of the Week (WOW). The theme will be chosen by the coach or the students, and it will have some relationship or benefit to our main program, Muay Thai, and our supplementary program, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. A few examples would be: correcting bad habits, reinforcing and improving basic or advanced techniques, basic or advanced Kettle Bells, basic or hardcore circuit training, TRX, etc. From time-to-time Coban will lead these sessions giving students the opportunity to have more one on one development with him personally.
The core is much more than the abdomen. It is the foundation of your structure. This class will provide a quick 20-30minute, but intense workout on a particular part of the body, such as abs, back, legs, etc. The exercises aim at building strength, and serve as an active warm-up for the following class.
High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) – Strength
The 30 minute class focuses on explosive strength. Explosive strength is one’s ability to exert full strength over short bursts of time. The exercises will improve upper body strength, in addition to other parts of the body. Instead of moving piece by piece, exercises are compounded into one fluid motion. The amount of reps and sets can vary. The 5×2 is a great start for all levels. There is no rest time. Everything revolves around the core.