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Hello everyone i just started practising muay thai 2 months ago and i have some questions:

1)what generally contains the diet of thai fighters?( i mean specific foods for protein etc.)Do they take any supplements?

2)What would you recommend i should do to make my legs stronger?(is running and skipping enough?)





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If you're training consistently, then the usual things like skipping, running/sprinting, kicking pads and bags, any other conditioning drills your trainer might get you to do (squats) should be enough. You will build strength overtime. Similar to picking up any other sport, just make sure you're getting more calories in to ensure you have enough energy and recover faster. Unless you have specific deficiencies, a well rounded diet (fruit&veg, protein, lots of carbs) containing wholesome foods should get you through. 

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