Starting any new fitness or martial arts endeavor is daunting and challenging. In this post, we’ll provide a brief overview of what you can expect from your first kickboxing class.
Interview with Easton Training Center – Centennial Muay Thai Department Head JD Hardwick
Octavio was nominated by the staff at Easton Training Center Longmont as our first Member of the Month. He’s embodying those values that are so highly sought out at Easton Training Center. I got a chance to sit down with Octavio to learn a bit more about him; Below is a transcript of our conversation.
Full-Time Life: How a Muay Thai Instructor at Easton Training Center Denver Strikes a Healthy Balance
Stephanie Johnson is a Muay Thai instructor at Easton Training Center Denver. I spoke with Stephanie about how she manages her “full-time life” and seemingly strikes such a healthy balance.
Bailey Winters is the head Muay Thai coach at Easton Arvada. Morgan: So let’s start with your journey, Bailey. When did you get into Muay Thai, and why did you stick around? Bailey: So I started my martial arts training with boxing. It was one…
Warm Up 2×3 min rounds of jump rope, 30 seconds of rest 10 squats, 10 push ups in between rounds Shadowboxing R1. Footwork, fakes, feints, and defense. No strikes! Hand feint, shoulder feint, hip feint, switch feint, etc. R2. Mix in strikes with the feints….
Origin Story Coach Mike hails from Pleasantville, Iowa (population 1000). He describes it as a quaint little town with nice enough people, but unfortunately a lot of these people aren’t interested in self-growth or open-mindedness. He moved to Boulder, CO with his partner after she…