Muay Thai, translated into English as Thai Boxing, happens to be the national sport of Thailand and is a martial art which stems from origins in ancient battlefield tactics. Muay Thai is known better as ‘king of the ring’ in the kickboxing world. Muay Thai fights feature punches, kicks, knees, elbows and grappling in hopes of knocking out an opponent. Thai training methods develop serious devastating power and speed as well as endless endurance. Thai training is also considered one of the safest arts considering fighters are encouraged to use technical pad training which in turn prevents injury between fights. Not only is Muay Thai extremely popular in the ring but it has proven itself very effective outside the ring as well. Used for self defense, sporting events, military, law enforcement and so much more. Its effectiveness has proven above and beyond all of tactical styles.
Muay Thai is a physical and mental discipline which incorporates combat fighting. All rolled up into one workout makes a full contact fighter extremely efficient. Taking the time to develop the correct Muay Thai techniques will help you develop world class fighting skill. The science behind Muay Thai, in particular the stance is different than traditional boxing. You have to be able to punch, kick, elbow and knee while still being able to defend yourself. The key is to learn the basics to create a fighting stance that fits your body type and style. Be more agile, quick and powerful next time you are training! The exceptional sport of Muay Thai has amazing benefits which will drastically improve your every day workouts!