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I have to keep a track of the days I train in Muay Thai.
I have memorized combo 1, 2 (a), 2 (b), 2 (c), and 3. I feel I am catching on quickly. Now just because i know the combos, doesn't mean I have learned how to put maximum power behind the kicks or punches, but I'm working on it.
It's a difficult task to learn something totally different. I have always taken martial arts in which strikes were focused to certain areas. Now Im learning how to put power into my punches and elbows and destroy my opponent with power.
I think learning how to use my Ki in projecting this energy through my opponent will help. I will work on that as well as the basic technique.