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Why 3 Month Training Programs Work

Updated: Sep 25

A structured 3-month training program is designed to progressively build your skills, strength, endurance, and technique. Here's an outline of what you can expect to learn and the goals of a Muay Thai program you can expect to reach during each month:


Month 1: Foundations and Fundamentals


**Week 1-2: Basic Techniques**

- Goal: Familiarize yourself with the basic Muay Thai stances, footwork, and hand positions.

- Techniques: Jab, cross, hook, low kicks, teep (push kick), and clinch entry.


**Week 3-4: Defensive Techniques**

- Goal: Develop defensive skills, including blocking, parrying, and evading strikes.

- Techniques: Blocks, slips, ducks, and counters.


Month 2: Skill Development and Conditioning


**Week 5-6: Combinations**

- Goal: Start combining basic techniques into fluid combinations.

- Techniques: Jab-cross-hook, low kick, teep to jab, etc.

- Drills: Focus on pad work and partner drills to improve timing and accuracy.


**Week 7-8: Clinch and Elbows**

- Goal: Learn clinching techniques and elbow strikes.

- Techniques: Clinch control, knee strikes, and elbow strikes.

- Sparring: Controlled sparring sessions to practice clinch work and striking in close quarters.


Month 3: Advanced Techniques and Sparring


**Week 9-10: Advanced Strikes**

- Goal: Introduce advanced strikes like spinning backfists, flying knees, and switch kicks.

- Techniques: Spinning backfist, flying knee, switch kick, and more.

- Drills: Incorporate these advanced techniques into combinations.


**Week 11-12: Sparring and Application**

- Goal: Apply your skills in controlled sparring sessions.

- Techniques: Focus on adapting your techniques in real-time, maintaining control, and strategy.

- Gradual Increase: Begin with light sparring and gradually increase intensity.


**Throughout the 3 Months: Conditioning and Fitness**


- Regular conditioning exercises to improve strength, speed, and endurance.

- Cardiovascular training for stamina improvement.

- Core strength and flexibility exercises for better balance and agility.

- Nutrition guidance to support training and weight management.


Goals You Can Expect to Reach:


By the end of this 3-month Muay Thai program, you can expect to achieve the following goals:


1. **Solid Foundation**: You'll have a solid understanding of Muay Thai basics, including stances, strikes, and defensive techniques.


2. **Technique Proficiency**: You'll be proficient in executing various Muay Thai techniques, both offensively and defensively.


3. **Combination Skills**: You'll be able to string together combinations of strikes effectively and with proper form.


4. **Clinch Work**: You'll have a basic understanding of clinch work, including control and knee/elbow strikes.


5. **Advanced Techniques**: You'll be introduced to advanced strikes and have the ability to incorporate them into your arsenal.


6. **Sparring Confidence**: You'll gain confidence in controlled sparring situations and apply your techniques strategically.


7. **Improved Fitness**: Your overall fitness, including strength, endurance, and flexibility, will significantly improve.


8. **Increased Knowledge**: You'll have a deeper understanding of Muay Thai's history, culture, and philosophy.


Remember that progress can vary from person to person, but with dedication and consistent training, these are attainable goals in a 3-month Muay Thai program. Always prioritize safety and proper technique to prevent injuries during training. Once you have completed your first 3-months of training you will know if the style is right for you!


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