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Muay Thai or Thai boxing is the cultural martial art of Thailand. The history of Muay Thai can also be traced to the middle of the 16th century, and was developed as a form of close-combat that used the entire body as a weapon. Muay Thai uses stand-up striking and clinching techniques.
May Thai is referred to as the "Art of Eight Limbs" because it makes use of punches, kicks, elbows and knee strikes, thus using eight "points of contact." The art is very popular in Thailand and an important part of the nation's history and culture. Muay Thai became popular internationally in the twentieth century, when practitioners defeated notable practitioners of other martial arts. It is referred as one of the most effective striking martial art.
We have a great Muay Thai training program in our martial arts school in Ewing, NJ.
Our classes cover a variety of kick, punch, elbow and knee combinations. Training is a great way to burn calories and teach you valuable stand up self-defense skills. Muay Thai is a great part of the skills of a martial artist as it teaches distance management and the concept and understanding of striking.
Kickboxing is an excellent form of exercise and self-defense. Kickboxing is a low impact high cardio training that helps with overall body strength and conditioning as well as learning fighting techniques. The movements of the body when throwing punches and kicks strengthens your core, your arms and legs and is a great stress reliever. Take a class in our martial arts gym in Ewing, NJ and get in an excellent physical shape!
In our classes you will learn all the basics of Muay Thai and you will work on strength and conditioning, as well as stretching. The basics of Muay Thai include Stance, Footwork, Punches, Kicks, Knees, Elbows, as both offensive and defensive techniques. Training also includes heavy bag, pad work and basic clinching.
If you have been training Muay Thai and kickboxing for a while you can perform a more challenging strength and conditioning warm-up. Then you can improve the more advanced major techniques and combinations of Muay Thai.
Our kickboxing and Muay Thai classes include a warm-up, that will condition your body and help prevent injury and ensure the benefit from each exercise. The warmup includes skipping rope, wind sprints and other cardio exercises. The warm-up is followed by learning how to throw kicks, punches and combinations that will improve your skills and coordination. We use the heavy bags for punches, kicks, knees and elbows. The classes finish with stretching and relaxation techniques. Muay Thai classes deliver a great workout.
We teach the proper form of throwing punches during shadow-boxing.
You will get personalized attention from out experienced instructor - coach Charlie.
Muay Thai training will challenge your mind and body. Improving your skill and performance requires hard work, dedication and consistent practice. You will be satisfied with the results both getting in shape and learning skills.
We address our students various goals that may vary from improving fitness level to learning self-defense and, or training to compete in Muay Thai competitions.
We offer the best jiu-jitsu, muay thai and self-defense classes in Ewing, Lawrence, Hamilton, Pennington, Hopewell, Stockton, Lambertville, Ringoes, Princeton, Newtown, Yardley and Levittown New Jersey.