Shin Conditioning


For most of you who’ve been around Muay Thai long enough, you’ll know that it’s fairly important to have “conditioned shins”. To be honest I don’t ever think about it, since I’m not fighting professionally I’m not overly worried about shin on shin contact.

At our gym we have a bag packed densely with sand. A good kick to that bag and you’ll soon know if your shins need “conditioning”

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Here is a clip from HellFighter He shouldn’t be a stranger for those of you on the K-1 Fans forum. In the clip, he walks you through a traditional technique used in Thailand to develop and condition your shins. Many thanks to Hellfighter and “Saekson” for the info.

What techniques or exercises do you do for conditioning? I’d love to hear.


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I started My Muay Thai back in 2006... I was tired of reading about MMA, and wanted somewhere I could watch real muay thai fights, be inspired and connect with others who love muay thai as much as I do... I currently live in London... when I'm not geeking out over muay thai you can find me bombing around London on my scrambler, ferreting out the latest street food gems.

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