Muay Thai is the art of eight limbs. The history stems from Thailand and an older form of Kick Boxing called Muay Boran. It is also the country’s national sport. Now practiced with boxing gloves and pads (sometimes), it has similarities to Western Boxing. Although some similarities are present, there are vast differences. As derived from its pseudonym “the art of eight limbs”, Muay Thai incorporates the use of hands, elbows, knees, and shins. Strikes from skilled practitioners can be extremely damaging. These damaging strikes make this martial art one of the more brutal martial arts in existence.
EXCELLENT FORM OF SELF-DEFENSE
ENHANCES FLEXIBILITY AND STAMINA
STRENGTH AND SPEED
CONFIDENCE AND DISCIPLINE
DEVELOPS SELF AWARENESS AND ASSERTIVENESS
STRESS REDUCTION AND POSITIVE ATTITUDE