Muay Thai is a stand-up combat sport, where fighters are not allowed to take the fight to the ground. It is fast-paced and combines both boxing and kicking in one swirling melee of a bout. Muay Thai is known as the Art of Eight Limbs because fighters employ the use of their fists, elbows, knees, and feet for destructive strikes. Thai boxers use their forearms and shins as human shields, effectively turning the body into one devastating weapon.
USKO is one of the few schools that has four professional Muay Thai fighters on staff. Whether you’re just looking to learn the basics or hone top-level skills, USKO is the place to be.
Muay Thai enhances your self-discipline. Attending Muay Thai classes and training regularly is a brilliant way to improve your self-discipline. As you learn new skills and techniques and see yourself making progress in your fitness goals, you will be inspired and motivated to stick to your training schedule and practice. Slowly but surely, you will eventually develop healthy habits and improve your self-discipline. Muay Thai unleashes your inner warrior Muay Thai training is highly commended when it comes to practical applications to real-life encounters with attackers.
Health and wellness are the main reasons to take up exercising. As the saying goes in fitness circles, “abs are made in the kitchen”.
In order to achieve the ideal body goal, a well-balanced, healthy and nutritious diet is the most important factor. That said, the right exercise routine can make the job easier.
For anyone looking to lose fat, the key is to burn those calories and there are very few sports that do it as powerfully as Muay Thai.
One hour of Muay Thai training burns around 690 calories. Just take one look at any Muay Thai fighter’s body: there is hardly an ounce of fat. Enough said.
Let’s be honest here: Muay Thai training is tough. Each session lasts from 1 to 2 hours and incorporates multiple rounds of shadow boxing, heavy bagwork, padwork, strength training and conditioning exercises.
A traditional training for fighters will even include a 3-5km run as a warm-up. A sore body today is a strong body tomorrow. Clearly, training Muay Thai regularly will improve overall fitness and strengthen the body.
Cardiovascular illness is the number 1 cause of death globally. One of the most common heart diseases is hypertension, or high blood pressure, which can lead to serious complications like stroke and heart failure.
The first step to reducing the risk of developing heart diseases is to make positive changes by engaging in regular cardiovascular exercises. As a cardio-intensive sport, regular training in Muay Thai can reduce blood pressure and strengthen the heart.
Being healthy isn’t a fad or a trend, it is a lifestyle and Muay Thai can help to achieve it.
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