Muay Thai, sometimes referred to as "Thai boxing," is a martial art and combat sport that uses stand-up striking along with various clinching techniques. This discipline is known as the "art of eight limbs," as it is characterised by the combined use of fists, elbows, knees, and shins.
Boxing is a contest between two people, involving good amounts of fitness, reactions, speed and agility. Using attacking, defending, blocking and counter-fighting the aim of the game is to win in one of two ways: knock out your opponent or beat them on points.
Whether you want to compete, train for fun or keep fit, Boxing has a range of health benefits including improving balance and helping with posture, boosting your endurance and enhancing your upper-body and core strength
Dec 11 - Dec 17
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN FROM THAI BOXING
Here at the Sports Performance Centre, we understand that joining a new class or starting a new activity can be a daunting and is met with a certain amount of anxiety.
But it is important to remember that EVERYONE starts the same way, every boxer will have started from the ground level and worked their way up - proving that anyone and everyone can work their way up.
Even the most well known boxers such as Muhammad Ali, Sugar Ray Robinson and Mike Tyson started from the bottom.