Why train Muay Thai? Octopus in design, Muay Thai (often called Thai boxing) is an “8-limb beast” that challenges and fatigues all the major muscle groups. No limbs remain idle or go to waste. From kicking, punching and elbowing to delivering a fierce knee strike, Muay Thai has all bases covered. Muay Thai really is total body conditioning. This means you’ll take your cardio fitness to another level, become increasingly confident as your skills develop and improve, and oh, yes… you’ll need to bring a towel… Muay Thai is mad for consuming calories and this means you’ll get a serious sweat on everytime!

(1) Self-defence

Muay Thai is a stand-up combat system that is long, mid and short range striking, sweeps and throws that really delvers. Arguably the dominating stand-up discipline in the UFC.

(2) Fists

Any fighting style that combines fists, elbows, knees and shins (kicking) has to be bigtime  bad ass!

(3) Elbows

Any fighting style that combines fists, elbows, knees and shins (kicking) has to be bigtime bad ass!

(4) Knees

Any fighting style that combines fists, elbows, knees and shins (kicking) has to be bigtime bad ass!

8 Reasons to Train Muay Thai

(5) Shins

Any fighting style that combines fists, elbows, knees and shins (kicking) has to be bigtime bad ass!

(6) The clinch

A standing and close-ranged grappling system, used to set up knees, elbows and sweeps.

(7) Calorie killer

Poor calories. They don’t stand a chance when the 8-limb beast that is Muay Thai enters your life and becomes a regular part of your training regimen.

(8) Stress relief

Due to the fast-paced nature of Muay Thai you wont have time to think of anything else as you strike and block and move with 8 limbs. Muay Thai is the ultimate stress buster.

 

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