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What is Muay Thai?
Muay Thai is a form of kickboxing and the national sport of Thailand. The basic Muay Thai is very strong on both offense and defense techniques using kicks, knees, punches, and elbows to attack the opponent. To hinder an opponent for both offensive and defensive purpose, small amounts of stand-up grappling are used: the clinch. Defensively, the shoulders, arms, and legs are used to thwart the attacker from successfully executing his techniques. Muay Thai is a fantastic complete body workout as it uses the entire body in every move.
TMA Thai Boxing / Muay Thai Program
The TMA Thai Boxing / Muay Thai Program is broken down into distinct classes to provide the best training possible from the novice to the pro-fighter.
Our Basic Muay Thai program includes the conditioning class and the technique class. The conditioning class focuses on training methods to develop a well-conditioned body. This might include: skipping, push-ups, crunches and bag work as well as other conditioning exercises.
The techniques class will focus primarily on punching and kicking techniques and prepare the student for the advance program. The advanced program is for those who have that competitive edge and the desire to be in the ring. Advanced classes will teach specific techniques such as elbows, knees and the clinch and include sparring in the ring.
Competing in Muay Thai is completely optional and no pressure is ever put on students to do so.
Thai Boxing / Muay Thai
This fantastic art from Thailand is excellent for fighting in the ring, self-protection and getting in shape. You can utilize your hands, knees, elbows, and feet to both attacks and defend with. This gives rise to its nickname “The art of eight limbs” Muay Thai also has its own form of vertical wrestling which is very effective in controlling an opponent in the close range. The training in this art can be grueling but the rewards you reap are well worth the effort.