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BestMuayThai News: 2018-02-12
The news of Suwit muay thai by Bestmuaythai.com on February 12
Strong joints and bones with Muay Thai
It’s a sad fact of modern life, but many people all around the world are facing issues with their bone and joint health. Many people have brittle bones and issues with diseases such as arthritis or osteoporosis. While it’s true that there is a genetical influence in the contraction of these diseases, it still holds true that lifestyle has a profound influence as well.
So, how do you make your bones and joints – scratch that – how do you make ANYTHING in life stronger? By breaking it down first. Now hold your horses – we’re not saying that you should start breaking your bones and twisting your joints so that you will make them stronger. This approach will put you in a wheelchair in no time. What we’re saying is for you to put your bones and joints under controlled stress relatively frequently.
And the best way to do this is through finding an appropriate sport. And what better sport is there to practice aside from Muay Thai? Think about it – in this way you will be putting your entire body under stimulating stress. And this will make you stronger all around.
You will learn how to attack in 8 different ways with Muay Thai – with your hands, your elbows, your shins, and your knees. With every hit that you make on the pads, you will be stressing out your bones and joints. And this stress will come in a good way – it will create what is known as microfractures in your bones. When you rest, you will repair your bones automatically, and they will come back stronger than ever before – staving off diseases such as osteoporosis and arthritis.
However, there are some caveats. The first one is that you shouldn’t overdo this, as it’s very possible to overstress your bones and joints and cause injury. Also, make sure that you’re resting sufficiently, and that you’re having the right diet. Both of these factors play a key role in strengthening your entire body.
So, there you have it – be sure to find a Muay Thai training camp and get stronger with each and every new training session.
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