IF YOU TAKE ACTION AND IMPLEMENT THE FOLLOWING 5 GAME-CHANGING STEPS I'M ABOUT TO SHOW AND YOU WILL SEE IMMEDIATE RESULTS:
Tighten up the fundamentals while developing your advanced techniques to precisely pick-apart your next opponent.
What better way to get a fighter's body than to train like a fighter! Get in the best shape of your life while becoming a more dangerous martial artist
Build explosive power in all 8 limbs and put fear in your opponents eyes.
Develop unwaivering confidence in yourself so you can CRUSH all of your goals and live your dream.
Knowledge is power. And in the martial arts realm, knowledge and technical know-how is everything.
Strike your opponents before they even knew what hit them! Develop precise, quick combinations to deal some serious damage to whoever stands in front of you.
The success formula I'm about to show you will be focusing on how to transform your Muay Thai.
Not only will you feel your technique, speed and power improve, but you will also feel a new sense of confidence because now you know that you are capable of taking control of your training... and your life.
We will be combining PROVEN training methods with PROVEN training philosophy to effectively and efficiently get you the best results possible.
This is by far the best solution that Muay Thai athletes use to transform their striking skills.
I would also like to emphasize that there is not a one size fits all type of routine.
That is why I came up with my 5 Step Solution.
Whether you want to be a world champion, win your first fight, get in phenomenal shape or you just want to see how far you can take this Muay Thai thing...
... you have to DECIDE that you are going to commit to yourself.
Because no one is going to train for you. No one is going to yell at you for hitting snooze on your alarm and skipping a training session. And no one will be there to hold you accountable. No one, but yourself.
If you make a firm decision that you are going to do what it takes to accomplish your Muay Thai goals, and that your mental, physical and spiritual health are your top prorities, then you are already a step ahead.
Training without structure or a plan is like building a house without a blueprint. Sure, you can do it, but chances are that you will either not be able to finish the house or that it will have a number of foundational problems that are hard to fix once they are settled in.
Now think about that in terms of your Muay Thai training. If you "wing it" you are running the risk of developing bad habits that will be much harder to change later on in your journey. On top of that, it will take you even longer to acheive whatever goals you set for yourself because you don't even know if what you're doing is even really helping!
I fight at a professional level and have trained with the best in the world, and one common thing I've realized throughout my career is that the BEST fighters and nak muay follow a proven, actionable blueprint. So, why aren't you?
It's hard to find a reliable training partner. If you're lucky enough to have one, that's great! But if you're like most people who do not have a reliable training partner, then it's easy to lose motivation and focus since you don't have anyone around to push you.
Like I said in Step #1, you can't count on anyone but yourself. You have to become your own best training partner and utilize the training tools and resources aroud you if you truly want to maximize your results and accomplish the goals you set for yourself.
It can get confusing when you're trying to figure out whether or not your instructor is a good one because he/she has a "Kru" certification. Now don't get me wrong, some certifications are okay, but you are much better off finding qualified, EXPERIENCED instructor who doesn't only talk the talk, but also walks the walk.
If you can find an instructor who not only is a great teacher, but also is a champion who has trained and fought in Thailand (with some of the best fighters and coaches in the world) then chances are, you are in good hands :)
You can be like most people and wait around for the "perfect" time to get started towards your goals, or you can be different. You can decide that right now, today, is the day that you are going to start your Muay Thai transformation.
If you don't do it now, will you do it later? Probably not.
The most successful people take action. They don't wait around hoping for opportunities to come their way - they MAKE opportunities happen, just like you have by visiting this page.
You've made it this far, so now it's time to TAKE ACTION!
Throughout this course you will be taught by professional fighter, Sean Fagan.
Not only has Sean fought numerous times in Thailand, won a title at Madison Square Garden, and continues to fight today, but he’s also an experienced coach and trainer who teaches seminars and hosts training camps all around the world.
Sean has been able to learn from some of the best fighters and coaches in the world and he wants to share with you all the best techniques, training methods and drills to help you take your striking, conditioning and knowledge of the sport to the next level!
With close to 1 million followers, “The Muay Thai Guy” is one of the most popular, enthusiastic and reliable instructors you can ask for!
You receive detailed coaching on a wide range of striking combinations to make sure you are performing them correctly.
You will be adding new deadly weapons to your striking arsenal while sharpening and perfecting the fundamentals. Dive deep into each combination to learn how to use them efficiently and effectively so you can dominate your next opponenet (or surprise your next sparring partner!)
Follow along with these THEMED intense heavy bag workouts that cover a whole range of techniques, combinations and drills. You’ll find workouts like “Boxing Combos”, “Defensive Dominance”, “Long Range Weapons’, “Teep Focus", "Footwork & Angles" and many others.
Add these drills to your training regimen and watch all your attributes (conditioning, power, speed, balance) level up! Mix and match these with your favorite workouts to add some real challenge to your training.
The best thing about this program as that it has something for everyone! With 3x8 week programs consisting of Amateur (Beginner), Pro (Intermediate) and Champion (Advanced), you’re bound to find a program that fits your skill level… or just do them all and really tighten up your technique!
Inside the master manual you’ll get a whole breakdown of heavy bag information including how to make your own! On top of that I share my top recommendations for which type of heavy bag you should get, as well as answer some frequently asked questions about training with a heavy bag.
Still got some energy after your heavy bag session? No better way to finish it off than a killer, intense ab shredder workout! With these short (but intense) follow-along workouts you will develop a strong, durable core that will allow you to not only deliver strikes with explosive power, but you’ll also sculpt your abs into a 6-pack!
Strong mind. Strong body.
I promise you that if you're able to develop a strong, resilient, focused mind your training sessions, and your life, will dramatically improve.
My friend Gene from Flow Athletics created this incredible eBook on mental training so anyone can get into the zone and reach their goals faster. My only problem with it is that I wish that I had this ebook when I first started training Muay Thai!
I don’t know about you, but having a comprehensive Muay Thai training program for a few bucks a day sounds pretty awesome to me.
On top of that, you get instant access right now! Just click “Buy Now!” below to receive your complete Muay Thai training system.
The 30-minute intro crash course on the heavy bag is great for people just starting out it even if they have never even trained before, it sets the tone for the whole course.
The whole platform of the course is laid out perfectly, from beginner all the way up to advanced in order to build yourself up and improve and develop new and old techniques/drills. There is an over abundance of content! The easy to use platform saved me endless hours of searching on the internet and youtube for good instructional techniques, combinations, drills and burn out's.
It's all in one place for me to find now!
Sean is a masterful coach with a wealth of experience. He break's down everything thoroughly and display's excellent technique and forum with the excellent camera angles making it very easy to watch and follow along. It is perfect for giving me diversity when hitting the heavy bag, I sometimes forget about little things like working defense and stepping off center line.
The progressive heavy bag program gives me a realistic, flexible and diverse training schedule. the schedule keeps me focused and on track on what I am working on and how I can progress. Overall I believe the heavy bag blue print is a must have for anybody who does a lot of solo training on the heavy bag or anywhere possible to shadow box. Also if somebody who wants to learn proper and new technique and drills that applicable in all aspects of fighting! the Heavy Bag Blueprint .0 is the perfect training tool for the heavy bag, the most important tools in fighting!
- Dusty M.
"It’s important to, at some point, take your muay thai into your own hands and the heavy bag is an important part of muay thai. But doing it intelligently and efficiently can be a daunting task unless you know what you’re doing. Sean Fagan’s Heavy Bag Blueprint is perfect whether you’re just starting out, you’re a seasoned vet and anywhere in between.
I’ve practiced Muay Thai for about 3 years and sometimes hearing ‘do free bag’ can still leave me kind of aimless. I had the opportunity of trying out Sean’s heavy bag workout for a week and immediately felt better about what I was doing. The program addresses every aspect you might be working on and leaves room to add, remove, or modify based on need.
Whether it’s boxing, basic combos, long range weapons, or even clinching and knees, this workout has enough keep on your toes and learning. No matter how sick you might be of hearing “drillers make killers” it’s true. I concentrated heavily on the super combos and boxing regiment and felt results almost immediately. My hooks were crisper and harder and my improvisation was better. I would highly recommend Sean Fagan’s Heavy Bag Program to anyone just starting, wanting new challenges, or just even looking for new ideas on how to take it to the next level."
- Scott D.
FRUSTRATED WITH THE LACK OF RESULTS.
Have you ever felt like you've been training your ass off, but instead of getting any better, it somehow feels as if you're getting worse?
It's just like quicksand; the more you train and the harder you work, the further down the sinkhole you go. It is an utterly helpless feeling that leads to you being even more frustrated than before! You become stressed and start to worry about if you'll ever break out of this bad training cycle.
UNMOTIVATED TO TRAIN.
By now you're asking yourself, "Why train when I'm not seeing any real improvement anyway?"
It can be hard to pump yourself up to train when you feel like you haven't been improving or learning anything new. You keep saying things like "I'll train tomorrow" or "I'm too busy/tired to train right now". You start making all of these excuses to skip out on training sessions... which will ultimately make you feel even worse because you realize that you're being lazy.
BORED WITH YOUR TRAINING ROUTINE.
Maybe you're motivated to train, but you lack the excitement you need to really put in the work and get results.
It's super easy to lose focus and go through the motions when you aren't excited about the workout you're about to do. If your mind drifts because it's bored then you aren't getting the full benefit your training session... in fact, it could actually be detrimental to your technique.
If you're bored, you get lazy. If you get lazy, you pick up bad habits. If you pick up bad habits, then you run the risk of getting seriously hurt and taking a GIANT step backwards from your goals.
WORRIED, ANXIOUS & LOST
Feelings of anxiety are already bad enough, but they are a hundred times worse when you train to compete (or even spar).
This is especially true if you're worried that you aren't improving as quickly as you should be. If you are not confident in your striking skills and fitness levels, then doubt, anxiety and worry will slowly creep into your subconscious mind.
If you're a fighter (or somone who likes to spar) and you start feeling anxious because of your lack of improvement, it could lead to some very serious consequences.
Muay Thai is not a sport “you play”, Muay Thai is a sport you compete and fight in. The goal is to hurt your opponent and try to knock him or her out! And better believe they are trying to do the exact same. So if you go in the ring feeling worried that you didn't train hard and smart enough, you've basically already lost.
#1. NO GUIDANCE OR PROPER TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION
Without an experienced instructor guiding you through your Muay Thai journey it's easy to pick up bad habits, lose focus and get frustrated with your lack of progress. In order to learn proper striking technique and avoid burnout, it's critical to have a caring, mindful and technical instructor teaching you all the finer details of Muay Thai.
#2. NO TRAINING STRUCTURE
If you don't have a gameplan or blueprint to follow, it's easy to mindlessly go through the motions whenever you train. Having no training structure also leaves room for boredom, making excuses, and slacking off. This is obviously, not good. Especially if you want to reach your goals and get better, faster results.
#3. NO RELIABLE TRAINING PARTNER
Not having a training partner to count on is a common problem many students face. The best way around this training barrier is becoming your own best training partner and finding ways to maximize your training without having to count on anyone else.
#4. NO TIME
Life can get busy, I get that, but if you're serious about your growth as a person and as a Muay Thai athlete you will make time to get your training in. Even if it' only 15-30 minutes a day, as long as you focus your mind and put in quality repetitions then you can still see amazing results.
#5. NO FUN
When you hit this training plateau, Muay Thai almost becomes a chore. You lose sight of why you even began training in the first place and begin to resent training. Because, if you're not having fun, why are you training?
Confidence comes with improvement and seeing progress... so, if you're not seeing either, it can be a real hit to your confidence.
Muay Thai is a dangerous sport. If you go into the ring or sparring session not feeling confident, it can lead to serious injury.
Battling to breakthrough a training plateau can wear you down. You might get so fed up with training where you even consider quitting Muay thai.
You don’t need to be a world-class athlete or some type of prodigy.
YOU are capable of doing this! I doubted myself when I first started as well. But after years training and competing in the sport, I've finally figured out the "secret sauce".
Once I learned the best, most effective way to really train my Muay Thai, I began dominating my fights and even won a couple of championshp belts too!
I became more confident in my striking skills while also getting in the best shape of my life.
Now I get to pass on what I've learned with you.
YOU can have the striking skills and shredded physique of an elite level fighter. Just believe in yourself and follow what I am about to show you.
If you truly commit to becoming the best version of yourself I guarantee you will be throwing lightning fast combinations like the fighters you see on TV.
These training barriers are STOPPING you from getting the results you want.
It’s time to make a change.
It’s time to TAKE ACTION
Order the most comprehensive Muay Thai training program to now to SMASH that training plateau and get to the next level.
Q: How many days a week should I train on the heavy bag?
Ideally you should try to train between 3-5 times a week, but you can still get solid results as long as you put in focused work in 1-2x a week.
Q: How long should my heavy bag workouts be?
They can range between 10 - 90 minutes depending on your flexibility. Ideally you’d put in the 90 minutes, but you can get a pretty good sweat in hitting the bag for only 10-15 minutes!
Q: What if I don’t have a heavy bag?
Don’t worry! There are plenty of things you can do. Inside the course I have “The Master Manual” which will give you suggestions on what type of heavy bag to buy, how to MAKE your own heavy bag, and how to use these workouts even if you don’t have one!
Q: What size gloves should I wear?
Anywhere between 8 - 16 oz. There is no “right” size. I typically use a 10 or 12 oz for my bag work though.
Q: How do I throw an uppercut on a heavy bag?
You typically don’t unless you are using a bag that allows uppercuts (like a teardrop or uppercut bag). However, you can either shadow the uppercut or hit it at more of a “hook” angle.
Q: What size heavy bag should I get?
This too depends on your living/training situation, but typically anything from 70 - 100b hanging bag is the best choice.
Q: What type of warmup should I do?
A dynamic one that involves full body movements to loosen up your muscles and get the blood flowing. I provide you with a follow along dynamic warmup in the program :)
Q: I already take a Muay Thai class at a gym. How should I use the Heavy Bag Blueprint to complement my training?
I you want to get a step ahead of your sparring partners and really fine tune your technique to show it off to your instructor, the heavy bag is the place to do it. You can use this program on your own time when you’re able to put in some extra bag work, or you can use it during bag classes at the gym and showoff some of the new drills, workouts and techniques you learned!
Q: I'm close to 60 years old. Am I too old to use this program?
Age has nothing to do with it - I know 60 year olds that beat up my 30 year old friends!
Q: What if I don’t like it?
You will :) And if you don’t, I offer a money back guarantee so you have no risk whatsoever.
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