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    I'm a HS wrestler and I'm aware that martial arts has been discussed. How many of y'all would recommend Mauy Thai for training? I'm still going to swim the the morning and do Mauy Thai/calisthenics and running in the evenings. I'm mainly interested due to the level of mental toughness required and they mainly do body weight exercises.
    Last edited by Roboscout 302; 10-14-2015, 11:35 AM.

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    i trained at Alliance MMA here in San Diego. and if there is anything i would recommend besides BJJ it would be Mauy Thai. it builds strong leg muscles and toughens up those shins. wish i could train but its too expensive.

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      Sounds awesome, I hope to try it after the season but same as you, it's expensive and its 35 minutes from where I live.

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