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Muay Thai

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Muay Thai, also known as Thai boxing, is a martial art and combat sport that dates back to the 13th century. It is called the "science of 8 limbs" because it incorporates strikes using the fists, knees, shins, and elbows, as well as an element of grappling. Whether you're looking to fight or just get in shape, Muay Thai is a great cardio workout that yields impressive results. It's no wonder that it's trained across the world and is a key component of MMA styles such as UFC and Bellator bouts.

Conditioning

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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.

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