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Suwit Aritlcle and news on November 26th ,2014
Why Muay Thai is Good ?
Muay Thai is a martial art originating from Thailand. It is also known as Thai Boxing and the art of the eight limbs because it focuses on 8 contact points feet/legs, fists, elbows and knees. Muay Thai uses the power of hip rotation in order to produce strong and dynamic punches and kicks with the fists and elbows, blocks and kicks with the legs. Muay Thai is also one of the most efficient martial arts
- it can improve the practitioner's health and fitness in a very short period of time. Muay Thai training techniques won't improve only your fighting technique and form it will also improve your health. This is probably one of the main reasons why so many people show interest in Muay Thai training. Even if students are not preparing themselves for fights, they want to use the training classes for the health benefits this sport brings.
Muay Thai training is well known for its strict program which includes innovative variants of sparing, direct and strong strikes and defensive techniques. Training camps in Phuket, Bangkok, Koh Samui and other places in Thailand have come up with the best training programs which are not intended only for fighters but also for Muay Thai enthusiasts in general. These intensive and hard training classes will help those who train Muay Thai to properly learn different Muay Thai techniques and on top of that the student will become stronger and physically prepared for any challenge. As previously mentioned besides preparing the body for physical stress and tasks in order to stand firm against opponen's kicks there are benefits that affect the endurance, social skills and self-defense skills. For example, those who practice Muay Thai training will get well sculpted body and improve their strength and agility. When it comes to social skills, the student will become more self confident, learn some good manners and be more respectful. Finally, the defensive benefits include
- increased courage, intelligence and wisdom.
To fight like a Thai you must train like a Thai, so make a plan to visit Thailand and join a Muay Thai camp there in order to feel all the benefits this sport brings.
SuWit Muay Thai : 15 Moo 1 , Choa Fa Rd , T. Chalong , A. Muang , Phuket , Thailand , 83130
Tel . (66) 76 374313
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