Every time you train, train with focus and energy. You don't necessarily have to be training hard physically to be working hard. Muay Thai, like any martial art, is far more than just hitting pads, people or bags. Focusing on refining techniques, stance, footwork, conditioning, ringwork and defense should be exercised individually and in combination. This helps develop solid foundations and provide a base for consistent improvement.
Naturally, we can't perform in every training session with 100% enthusiasm and effort. We're human after all. Mood
all influence our ability to perform in training and it's important to take care of all these. However, this doesn't mean that if you're lacking in any area you can't improve your Muay Thai game every time you step into the gym. If you're tired, dehydrated or just having an 'off' day, you can focus on perfecting your guard, stance, hip movement or rhytmn. If you're energised and need to let off steam, you can work on developing your power, speed and conditioning. When you train with 100% enthusiasm, energy and effort, you will naturally develop all areas of your Muay Thai game simultaneously.