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>been doing muay thai 3 days a week consistently for a year now
>still don’t feel ready for the more advanced classes

am i still supposed to feel like a beginner after a year? i do bag work, run, stretch, and lift outside classes as well
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Have you observed any of the advanced classes? Maybe you could try one out and tell the instructor you're not sure about your skill level or ask an instructor there if you think they're ready.
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>>94721
if they think you're ready*
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>>94711
Your not putting in enough time to get good desu. In Thailand its consider the norm to train everyday for about 1.5 years before your kick is considered decent



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