The True Purpose of Roadwork | Muay Thai Athlete Vlog #4

Roadwork. A word that creates a visual we often see in movies, the boxer in the dark streets of Philly, the Thai boxer in the rural areas of Thailand.

“Road work is old school”

After finishing my schooling and certification process in the Health and Exercise field, I begin to feel a stigma from the strength and conditioning experts that worked with combat athletes – that road work is “old school”

The belief is that we now have programs and systems created by strength and conditioning experts that supersede road work. That an athlete can create the same desired effect by other means to increase his or her conditioning.  I believed the “expert” opinion, until it was put to the test.


11221999_10154213857213496_335673171183139079_n-300x300Paul Banasiak is a Muay Thai fighter/addict, 9x champion, trainer, and fitness professional. After leaving medical school without looking back, he decided to fully follow his passion of helping others become the best version of themselves, creating MuayThaiAthlete.com. A website for those who are already passionate individuals that want to take their life&training to the next level

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1 Comment on The True Purpose of Roadwork | Muay Thai Athlete Vlog #4

  1. What would say to someone who physically can’t do the roadworkdo to s physical limitation…. running and especially sprinting but after i run or sprint for week or my feet and legs and burn and ache my feet even become tender to the touch

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