I went to Thailand in November and for 2 weeks I did solid training and I suppose I would have been better if I had done more than just 2 private sessions, but I have thought about it lately and realised I got myself into some good shape and had I done more privates maybe I could have stared to get into fighting shape.
I want to ask how much time do you think is needed to get into fighting shape and which camps in Phuket help get you towards that?
2 weeks? 1 month? 2 months? I know it varies for most people but just in general.
I forgot to add that I got myself into good shape and coming home without a fight I can't help but feel incomplete everyone from home says oh we seen your videos and damn you look good etc but it doesn't mean shit to me cause I know I didn't complete the missiona nd fight.
If you have fighting experience, IŽd say at least a month but not much more than three because you could end up not fighting due to too much postponing.
Just my opinion, as valid as any other.
I supose youŽll just have to listen to yourself and your body.
i ve seen camps in Phuklet throw a falang in for a fight after a few weeks and tbh its shameful to watch, when the guy is training you can see eybrows being raised when you hear he is gonna fight...
some people with real experience back home can land a fight within 2 weeks or so , I think Blake got one within 1-2 weeks of arriving on this trip but he's an animal and has had loads of fights in NZ and Thailand.
So I dont think time is as important as ability or experience.
Been training 6 months solid now, did MT 2 years ago too with more sparring than I recieve now! Trying to find a place that spars and clinches and actually has regular fights problem is I got none near me, my life will definately be incomplete if I don't get myself into the ring though.
It's not about time, it's about you. Everyone learns at a different rate and everyone's fighting potential is different.
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