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Muay Thai Kick Boxing

Conquer Your Opponent

Muay Thai fighters use every weapon they have (feet, knees, elbows and hands) to inflict damage on their opponent and throw them to the ground

MUAY THAI KICKBOXING
Muay Thai Kickboxing is the national sport in Thailand, where it originated. Muay Thai fighters use every weapon they have (feet, knees, elbows and hands) to inflict damage on their opponent and throw them to the ground. Had a bad day? Muay Thai training is one of the best stress relievers known to man.

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Muay Thai fights take place in two phases: the standup and the clinch. You will learn how to punch and kick your opponent with power you never knew you had. You will be especially dangerous in the clinch, where you will learn how to control your opponent’s head and body, hit them with deadly knees and elbows, and toss them to the ground with ease.

Muay Thai kickboxing emphasizes power with every strike, even the jab. You will learn how to kick with your shin rather than your foot as in many arts, which really increases the power and lessens the opportunity of injuries to the small bones in your feet. You will even learn how to do a push kick, which will come in very handy should you ever get locked out of your house. A strong push kick will bust through any padlock.

Muay Thai is also the dominant striking art in Mixed Martial Arts (MMA). If you have any dreams of fighting in MMA, you need to train Muay Thai. MMA fights start on the feet. Muay Thai teaches you how to gauge distance to stay away from your opponent’s strikes until you are ready to move in and attack.

Muay Thai training is fun and a tremendous workout. After a short warm-up that includes some running, light calisthenics and stretching, you will learn a technique from your instructor that you will drill either on your own or with a partner. After technique comes the pad rounds, where you get to put the technique into practice by wailing on the pads with the punches and kicks you’ve learned. Don’t like your boss? Envision your bosses face on the pads and have at it. You’ll be amazed at how good you’ll feel afterwards.

Muay Thai is a tremendous martial art that is fun to train. It’s also a great form of self-defense. You will learn how to punch, kick, knee and elbow at range and in close. You will even learn ways to throw your opponent to the ground when you get in close. Best of all, you will be exhausted and stress-free after a good Muay Thai training session.

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