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BestMuayThai News: 2015-02-10
The news of Suwit muay thai by Bestmuaythai.com on February 10th
How to Avoid Muay Thai Injuries while training.
When you take up martial arts or hardcore training, injuries are just by the corner and you must be well prepared to tackle them. Most of the time beginners make mistakes which ends up in disastrous outcomes. To play it safe, below are some ways to avoid injuries when doing Muay Thai training in Muay Thai camps.
Take Rest for a Couple of Days
When you start feeling over trained, it's best to stop training for a couple of days and take complete rest instead of forcing body to go on. Over training because injuries and when you take rest and let your body recover, you can put greater efforts in your training the next time you hit the camp.
Follow Proper Warm Up before Training
Warm up is an essential part of a workout and must never be ignored, no matter how much in hurry you are. If you don't warm up properly before workout, you might end up tearing muscle or other injury. Warm up loosens your muscle tissues and signals body for upcoming training. Follow proper warm up before beginning training and do some stretching after training.
Meditate to Keep Your Mind Strong
Meditation is very important to keep your mind calm. If you stay calm and positive mentally then you can face the training and prepare your body to heal faster. Do some meditation every day, at least 15 minutes after you wake up and 15 minutes when going to bed. Try to find an empty room with no distraction for better results.
Get Regular Massages
Massages are the best way to relive your body and muscles from stress. If you arte training Muay Thai in Thailand, you are in luck because you can find several Thai massage parlors in every street for Bangkok and other Thai cities. Weekly massage can do wonders to your body and help in relaxing your muscles for next sessions.
Take Physiotherapy sessions
If you've had previous injuries record then you might want to take up regular physiotherapy sessions to keep your joints & tendons healthy and injury prone. By regular, I mean at least once a week. Also follow proper stretching before and after workout.
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