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Training Techniques to Become a Better Muay Thai Fighter
We all know that in traditional boxing, fighters only use their fists. If you want something more challenging and more physically demanding than boxing, then you should definitely try Muay Thai boxing. This particular martial art was developed in Thailand and is very popular in several Southeast Asian countries. This particular style will allow you to use your hands, feet, knees, and even elbows to deliver powerful blows to your opponents in the ring.
Tips That Can Really Help You Become a Good Muay Thai Fighter
Whether you plan on becoming a professional Muay Thai boxer or you are in it for the exercise or you simply want to learn how to defend yourself better, you will find that learning Muay Thai is a very thrilling experience. Regardless of why you are interested in Muay Thai, here are some tips that will really help you become better as a Muay Thai fighter.
The Basic Muay Thai Kickboxing Techniques
Unlike boxing, Muay Thai kickboxing uses eight points of contact, which is mainly the hands, elbows, knees and feet. These eight points of contact is used to deliver powerful blows to the opponents and it is also used for defense. In the past, Muay Thai kickboxing was only popular in Thailand as well as other Southeast Asian countries.