This weekend I could help the No Gi tournament @siamsubseries
on the scoreboard.
I tried BJJ No Gi for 1 month at @tigermuaythai
and I was surprised how much I liked it.
Since my contract finished with Tiger, I couldn’t train anymore but I keep watching some matches and documentaries on YouTube, I practice some drills by myself and when I have the opportunity, I train with a graduated friend.
So for me the experience of sitting for 6 hours watching all bouts (A lot of people would be bored, but not me) paying attention to the athletes and also to the referee was amazing.
I guess I learned a little bit of theory last Saturday about rules, techniques and styles.
So thank you, @alexschild125
for the opportunity!
Who knows, maybe next time I will compete 😂😂😂🤷🏻♀️!
In the picture me and my good friend Claudia who was responsible by timing and fight schedule.
Just a curiosity by me: I was and I am still the same with muaythai. Before I think about fighting I was the ridiculous girl who does shadow boxing on the park and everybody watches and asks “who is that crazy?” . And loves study by herself talking with people or by Internet.
No matter the modality, I will be always me! 😉
Pic by @hipsantayanon #tigermuaythai #siamsubseries #bjj #bjjnogi #grappling #jiujitsu #me #myway #nerd #trainwhiletheysleep #learntherules #chalong #phuket #thailand
How often do you find yourself doubting your capabilities? Doubting you aren’t able to do
something, that something “won’t” work out, that there’s no point in trying because you just “can’t” do it.
Do you know that you are limiting yourself every time you think about yourself in a negative way? The human brain is wired to respond naturally – it’s called the primal response pattern. Our brains are designed to protect us from threats, which means it is always set in survival mode. This makes it easier for us to think we “can’t” do something if it is out of the norm, uncomfortable or extraordinary. .
However, single words have the power to influence the expression of genes that regulate our emotional response and physical behaviours. For example, telling yourself you “can’t” do something, will often lead to a reduced ability to try or lack of self belief to excel towards what the goal may be.
On the contrary, using words that are more positive, like “can” “will” and “do” alter the expression of genes, strengthening areas in the prefrontal lobes in the brain – which promote the brains cognitive functioning. By holding positive and optimistic words in your mind, you stimulate the frontal lobe activity in the brain. This includes language centres thdt connect directly to your motor cortex, which is responsible for moving you into action. The more you concentrate and use positive language, the more you affect other areas of the brain.
Functions in the parietal lobe start to change, which changes your perception of self and the people you interact with. Over time, the structure of your thalamus also changes in response to conscious words, thoughts and feelings.
So, rather than doubting yourself and using negative language about your capabilities – try and change the language you use, be optimistic. We also suggest using visualization techniques, journaling, binaural beats and daily affirmations because linguistics can restructure your day, your brain, habits and life!
Want to know how to beat self doubt? Email us now – reservations for 2019 are open!😀
Went across my comfort zone and did my first no-gi jiu jitsu competition @siamsubseries.
In fact I had never compete for anything in my entire life 😂 fight my way to 1 minute sudden death in the ending and got taken down so its an automatically lost. Although didn't get the win but had an awesome experience and so motivated to train more!
Thank you @alexschild125
for this awesome event and training me @stuartcooperfilms @honeybadger305 @ghick1
thank you my coaches for teaching me and advice at the match. Thank you @tigermuaythai
what a place to be surrounded by lovely people
OSS 🙏 🤙
Been loving this time with extra S&C in my schedule!
I've been doing 50/50 Muay Thai and Fitness classes since I haven't had a fight and can lift heavy and push myself without worrying about being too sore, and I can really tell the difference in my body during MT - I am so much fitter and stronger in my striking by adding different kinds of training.
Most of my classes have been done with this hero, who manages to make me smile before my morning coffee and always pushes me a little bit further than I thought possible when he sees me slacking(dying)😅💪
Avocado Cafe, located just behind Float Indigo is your premiere place to refuel with healthy food after training. Come by today, for buy-one-get-one-free on all dine in coffee.
I AM MAGIC.
I KNOW I AM MAGIC AND NO ONE CAN STOP MY MAGICAL ASS.
NOT EVERYONE LIKES ME, BUT NOT EVERYONE MATTERS .
DONT KILL PEOPLE WITH KINDNESS , BECAUSE NOT EVERYONE DESERVES YOUR KINDNESS. KILL PEOPLE WITH SILENCE, BECAUSE NOT EVERYONE DESERVES YOUR ATTENTION ... NO MORE EXPECTATIONS, JUST GONNA GO WITH FLOW , AND WHAT EVER HAPPENS , HAPPENS .
IF YOU HAVE TO FORCE IT, LEAVE IT , RELATIONSHIPS, FRIENDSHIPS, YOGA POSES , PERFECT PONYTAIL.
LET THAT SHIT GO... #magical #thailand #phuket #tigermuaythai #beach #reggae #weedporn #beblue