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Live Q&A – recorded videos from Insta Live

Live Q&A – recorded videos from Insta Live
As some of you may or may not be aware, I go live every morning on Instagram and talk about the day ahead and choose a particular topic while I'm having a shower or drinking my morning coffee. Sometimes, I don't think of a topic and try to wing my way through with the help of the audience members asking... Read More

Guess who is fighting again?!

Guess who is fighting again?!
I can’t quite believe I’m writing this article. I said as we entered 2020 that I would be ready for opportunities. Ready to be stepping back into the ring and putting myself to the test. We all started back training this week and I have begun running again which means that we are moving again. It felt great to be... Read More

Sponsors?! You’ve only had 4 fights….

Sponsors?! You’ve only had 4 fights….
Fighting is no joke. Dedicating your body, your time, every fibre of your being to be put through its paces, day in day out, inevitably to be put on the line for the entertainment of others. To help ease the strain and struggle of the dedication, fighters can approach sponsors to help take some of the pressure off. https://www.facebook.com/FatLadToMuayThaiFighterBlog/videos/1366626070180568/ No... Read More

Dan McGowan, Simon Forrest, Grace Spicer, Ricky Sewell and Bilal Remassy visit Bad Co.

Dan McGowan, Simon Forrest, Grace Spicer, Ricky Sewell and Bilal Remassy visit Bad Co.
Bad Company in Leeds in renown for world-class training. Having produced multiple world champions, it is no secret that when you train at Bad Co. you can expect a good time. Most recently, there have been a few faces visiting the Leeds based gym to hone their skills and throw down with some of the best in the world. Ricky... Read More

Keith McLachlan on what it takes to be a coach

Keith McLachlan on what it takes to be a coach
Keith McLachlan on what it takes to be a coach Keith McLachlan is no stranger to Muay Thai and has been around the block when it comes to stepping into the ring with the best. Keith is currently ranked No.1 at 59kg, trains and is a coach at the Griphouse Gym in his hometown of Glasgow. When you fight, the amount... Read More

Training bag – What does yours look like?

Training bag – What does yours look like?
Top 5 things to have in your training bag. No matter what sport you're in your training bag contains your life! Everything in there is to maximise your training session and one missing item can cause you so be superstitiously off your game by feeling unprepared. There's been so many times I've arrived at the gym and forgot something and... Read More

Fighting – the life of Brad Stanton

Fighting – the life of Brad Stanton
Fighting - the life of Brad Stanton I must say, first time stepping into the gym there was a huge amount of anxiety and adrenaline pumping and it was one of the scariest buzzes of my life. I didn't know that stepping into that gym was going to be fighting and for it to be the rest of my life... Read More

Muay High: Class 1 – Common Mistakes

Muay High: Class 1 – Common Mistakes
Muay High: Class 1 - Common Mistakes Introduction Welcome to the first class of 'Muay High!' - Common Mistakes. MTBUK will be sharing a hand picked, 10 part series from videos made and created by the WARRIOR COLLECTIVE.  From some of the best Muay Thai fighters and head instructors in the country at their respective gyms. Theres tons more content... Read More

Sparring for beginners in Muay Thai

Sparring for beginners in Muay Thai
Tips for sparring for beginners Intro to sparring - when you know you are ready If you are new to training or are just building your confidence in your abilities then it won't be long until you begin sparring. There a many ways in which sparring can benefit your training regime and also many ways in ways it can hinder... Read More