Muay Thai/Kickboxing is the most effective striking martial art in the world today. As a student, you will learn to strike using legs, knees, elbows, and hands as well as proper foot work and body positioning to be able to protect yourself while creating the best opportunity to deliver these eight devastating weapons.
Muay Thai is great for both men and women, whether you are looking for fun, fitness, or self-defense. For the student that wants the extra challenge, competitive opportunities are also available. At Champion's Creed Martial Arts you will be learning from a qualified and experienced instructor with competitive ring experience and a winning fight record to prove it.
Muay Thai is an ancient combative art first used in Thailand during the Medieval period as a form of hand-to-hand combat in times of war. Muay Thai is the oldest known form of kickboxing and is the primary building block of all other forms of kickboxing. In Thailand, this fighting style has continued to be practiced in both times of peace and war by all levels of society and is currently their national sport as well as one of the most popular sports in the world today. Muay Thai continues to grow and is now recognized around the world not only as an exciting sport but also as an effective form of self-defense and fitness.
Thai pads are geared to help you along in continuous striking so you can simulate sparring with power hitting.
Thai pads help you to react to various punching and kicking to help you to slip punches, block kicks and counter punch.
What people notice the most out of Thai pads is that it's a very hard workout, most of the time people want to start out with 2 rounds and work their way up from there. It is excellent for physical fitness.
Interesting Note: Competitors train with Thai pads because it prepares them physically for actual combat for competition.
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