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  • Staying motivated.

    Staying motivated.

    Martial arts training is a long-term commitment, requiring discipline, dedication, and perseverance. As a longtime martial artist, you understand the importance of this discipline and the benefits that come with it, including improved physical fitness, increased confidence, and better self-defense skills. However, even the most experienced martial artists can find it challenging to stay motivated to train. Here are some tips to help you maintain your passion for martial arts and keep yourself motivated to train. Set Specific and Realistic Goals Setting specific and realistic goals can help you focus on what you want to achieve and provide motivation to keep training. Your goals can be ....

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  • "10 Essential Tips for Traveling and Training in Muay Thai in Thailand"

    "10 Essential Tips for Traveling and Training in Muay Thai in Thailand"

    1. Start with research: Before traveling to Thailand, research the best Muay Thai gyms and training programs to ensure you get the best training experience. Look for gyms that have experienced trainers, a positive reputation, and a suitable training schedule that aligns with your goals. 2. Plan ahead: Book your accommodations, travel arrangements, and Muay Thai training ahead of time to avoid any last-minute stress. Consider staying close to your gym to make the most of your training time. 3. Be mindful of cultural differences: Thailand is a culturally rich country with a rich history and tradition in Muay Thai. Be respectful of the culture and traditions associated with the sport, ....

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  • Muay Thai is now an Olympic Sport. New Name change

    Muay Thai is now an Olympic Sport. New Name change

    The United States Muaythai Federation (USMF) has formally changed its name to USA Muaythai™ – a name that has been used to describe the national federation since the International Olympic Committee (IOC) granted Muaythai provisional recognition in November of 2016. The name change aligns the Muaythai federation with other national Olympic recognized sports organizations. “While the name is not new to our Muaythai community, the official name change marks the beginning of a new era. Already in 2023, USA Muaythai™ established a new Board of Directors comprised of a diverse group of respected professionals and we also achieved United States Olympic & Paralympic ....

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  • Congratulations to ATT-Tracy’s own- Coach Joashua!

    Congratulations to ATT-Tracy’s own- Coach Joashua!

    congratulations to coach, Joshua Berdios on winning his debut in C class full rules Muaythai. What an amazing fight and experience for the team. Joshua has been training for a couple of years now and has had it as a goal to step into the ring to compete on the highest levels. Making this dream come true was a priority. The fight started out with the opponent coming out, very aggressive, and our corner, having to make some quick on the fly adjustments. Joshua stayed calm and collected and began to take over the fight in the second and third rounds. Landing multiple sweeps, clean combinations, and counter high kicks to the head to get the crowd really going. Congratulations again ....

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  • Samurai Soul Muay Thai fights in Arizona

    Samurai Soul Muay Thai fights in Arizona

    Saturday, December 10th American Top Team-Tracy fighter Cade Albracht fought in the first-ever WBC Muay Thai fight held in Arizona. Cade had a dominant win vs a formidable opponent from a well-coached gym. Below are some of the action shots from the fight. @americantopteamtracy @tracycalifornia #americantopteamtracy #muaythai #tracyca #tracycalifornia #martialarts #mma ....

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  • How To Go From Good To Great As A Martial Artist

    How To Go From Good To Great As A Martial Artist

    You’ve probably heard the quote: “Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard”. If you’ve competed inmartial arts,you may find it true, but hard work doesn’t ensure success at all times. Every martial artist is unique, and so is their purpose for training. While some martial artists started their training as early as the age of 3, and others forself-defense, it is no doubt that all martial artists do it for passion and a purpose. In this article, we will talk about how to achieve greatness as a martial artist. Work Countless Hours Mastering Your Craft In martial arts,consistencyis the key. Many have said that it takes 10,000 hours of ....

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  • ATT-Tracy at the Northern Cal MDL's

    ATT-Tracy at the Northern Cal MDL's

    Another great day was had by all at the Northern California @Muaythaidevelopmentleague event, held on Saturday, October 22nd in Emeryville. We had 9 athletes, ages 9 to 24 who stepped into the ring (Many for the very fort time). The day started off for ATT-Tracy with a rookie 9-year-old in Christopher Rodriguez. Christopher showed great heart in taking on a fighter who was much taller than he. Chris employed a Go forward" strategy mixed with a good block and counter game. Next up was 12-year-old Mayleen Mercado. May is a seasoned athlete with some international experience under her belt. She is a balanced (Femur) fighter who employs many lead-side strategies and a strong clinch game. ....

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  • American Top Team Tracy gets the W at IFS 59 in Anaheim!

    American Top Team Tracy gets the W at IFS 59 in Anaheim!

    American Top Team Tracy’s own Cade Albracht stepped into the ring for the second time at the international fight showdown (IFS 59) in Anaheim California. Cade took on a formidable opponent from a well-coached gym in Southern California. Both athletes have prior experience fighting at this show. The fight was not without controversy. The opponent's Coach said that their fighter did not want to fight with elbows, catching up kicks, or clenching! This is very frustrating when you train in the art of eight limbs “Muay Thai” and you are told that your opponent wants to take some of the weapons away that you work so hard on each day to display in the ring. Cade took the fight ....

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  • New Muay Thai walk out gear for our team.

    New Muay Thai walk out gear for our team.

    check out the new walkout gear that we have designed for our fight team! We are always reinvesting in our students and our Academy. For future amateur fights, we have created a cape for the fighters to wear during warm-up walk-ins! The Cape can be worn by both youth and adult competitors. We also have matching vests for the corners to wear. nothing but the best for our team. War ATT!!! ....

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    Stop speaking the language of weakness. Overdosing on qualifiers, inserting needless filler phrases, and giving wimpy opinions will destroy y our authority. Add muscle to your word with these tips: Cut the constant "I". Starting with "I" undermines your power because you imply that whatever faults you describe are your problems, not theirs. For example, " have a problem with the tech support manager, who doesn't organize time well" sounds as if you're talking about you. Saying, "The tech support manager doesn't organize time well" keeps the focus where it needs to be. Talk Tough. Always say what you mean and don't habitually hedge your comments. For example, if the CEO asks you ....

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