Muay Thai

Learn the Art of the 8 limbs and become a better version of you!!!

Muay Thai is a beautiful, but deadly art. It is also one of the best cardio workouts out there. Fight or'll definitely see the results of the hard work.

Muay Thai (Thai boxing) is a martial art and combat sport, which dates back to the 13th century.

Known as the “science of 8 limbs, it incorporates strikes using the fists, knees, shins and elbow as well as an element of grappling.

With its roots in Thailand’s military, It is now trained across the world and numerous organisations broadcast Muay Thai ring fighting events to millions of fans globally. It’s also a key component of MMA styles such as the fighting you would see in UFC or Bellator bouts.


Krabi Krabong

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‘Krabi-Krabong’ is a traditional Thai martial art still practised in Thailand. This tradition focuses on hand-held weapons techniques, specifically the ‘krabii’ (sword), ‘plong’ (quarter-staff), ‘ngao’ (halberd), ‘daap sawng meu’ (a pair of swords held in each hand) and ‘mai sun-sawk’ (a pair of clubs).

Although for most Thais krabi-krabong is a ritual artefact to be displayed during festivals or at tourist venues, the art is still solemnly taught according to a 400-year-old tradition handed down from Ayuthaya’s Wat Phutthaisawan. The king’s elite bodyguard are trained in krabi-krabong ; many Thai cultural observers perceive it as a ‘purer’ tradition than muay thai.

Like Muay Thai of 70 years ago, modern krabi-krabong matches are held within a marked circle, biginning with a ‘wai khruu’ ceremony and accompanied throughout by a musical ensemble. Thai boxing techniques and judo-like throws are employed in conjunction with weapons techniques.

Although sharpened weapons are used, the contestants refrian from striking their opponents – the winner is decided on the basis of stamina and the technical skill displayed. Although an injured fighter may surrender, injuries do not automatically stop a match.


We offer martial arts training in Stratford, New Jersey. Learn traditional and modern techniques for self defense and protecting others, weapons training, injury prevention, and become a part of a martial legacy spanning over 1,000 years.



Skill training is an essential part of Muay Thai Training , if you don’ t have the strength and conditioning to utilize your skills they will not be as effective.


Developing peak overall physical condition is the ultimate goal while training for power, explosiveness, strength, speed, agility and muscular endurance. This is where conditioning workouts benefit the Muay Thai athlete and delivers exceptional results.


You don’t need to be an Muay Thai athlete to gain the benefits from these workouts. This type of training has become popular with fitness enthusiasts who want to improve their strength, power, and agility while burning fat and building lean muscle.


Muay Boran

Muay Boran is a name for the traditional unarmed martial art from Thailand. The first set of rules for this martial art was set in the 1930s.

Despite it has similar strikes and techniques like Muay Thai, its primary goal was the defense of a population during wars.

Today, the main difference between Muay Boran and Muay Thai is limitations.

Muay Boran fighters don’t carry gloves. Instead of it, they are allowed to carry hand wraps or hemp ropes, depending on the competition or demonstration.