Balance – It’s All In The Hips (Muay Thai Sports)

An Amateur Experience

Ready Stance:

The ideal stance puts you in a position where you are always ready to move. 

Your hips should always be balanced under your shoulders. 

Arms ready for both defense and offense,

Head should be steady (not bobbing),

Hips placing both feet facing forward at a 45 degree angle.

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Muay thai fighter training in the gym with the punch bag

Warm up Tips:

Keep your hips ready and warm with: 

  1. hip rotations 
  2. leg switches
  3. leg circles
  4. knee extensions

Keep your shoulders ready and warm with:

  1. shoulder rotations
  2. head rotation
  3. side-to-side swings
  4. back stretch

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