Practicing Muay Thai is a vigorous workout and produces tremendous cardiovascular endurance. It includes running, skipping, shadow-boxing, pad work and heavy bag work. Muaythai has proven to be an excellent fitness, toning and weight control method with the added benefit of learning a genuine Martial art which is almost unsurpassed. If you're tired of the gym scene or your same ol fitness routine, or just need to get back in shape, its time for you to discover the adrenaline rush of Muay Thai. Muay Thai is one of the hottest martial arts on the scene today. Warrior Sports we teach you traditional, authentic, time-honored Muay Thai techniques in a safe, fun, and ego-free environment. We have a variety of classes for all skill levels and yes beginners are definitely welcome, we have a 3 month beginners orientation class. Intermediate, advanced and fighters training. And for those that wish to compete you can take part in club level, interclub, provincial, national and international tournaments.
You might have heard about it, or even seen it on TV, the furious punches, crushing elbow strikes, lethal kicks, powerful grappling and artful feints. But nothing compares to seeing them executed to loud cheers and heart-racing tune of an accompanying wind-and-percussion ensemble. Welcome to the exciting world of Muay Thai, a martial art like no others, and a proud heritage of a nation Thai boxing The history of Muay Thai is interwoven with the history of the Thai people. A gentle, peace-loving people, for centuries Thais had to defend themselves and their land from aggressive powers. They developed a form of close, hand-to-hand combat best suited for the kind of rough-terrain battle they were fighting. Over time it became a rite of passage for Thai men to take up training in this martial art. King Naresuan the Great (1555-1605), one of the countrys most celebrated warrior-heroes, is believed to have been an excellent boxer himself, and it was he who made Muay Thai a required part of military training. Another milestone in the history of Muay Thai was the triumph of Nai Khanom Tom over 10 Burmese boxers in 1774. Taken captive after the Thai capital fell in 1767, Nai Khanom Tom was picked to fight before the Burmese king. After defeating ten of them in a row, he was freed and returned home a hero. Muay Thai is the art of using human's toughest organics such as head, fists, elbows, knees and feet as weapons to hurt enemies. Some people said that Muay Thai is the one of many martial arts, which is the most powerful and deadly!. At preset time, as the was time has gone. Muay Thai has been developped as a kind of self-defense, fitness programmes and professional sports, which using gloves and fight within standard regulations. Muay Thai is well known not only for Thais, but also for everyone in the world. Men and women at any age can learn and practice Muay Thai for their recreation, sport or even in the real competition.