Muay Thai is many things turned into one.
Namely, self-defense, sport, science, and art. Over the years it has enriched our physical and moral well-being.
Muay Thai has demonstrated to the world its effectiveness.
Many martial arts are now incorporating Muay Thai techniques into their systems. Muay Thai is full of colourful and effective techniques. As your physical strength, coordination, and stamina develop, you will also notice improvements in your determination, patience, and self-control. The goal of Muay Thai training is the development of the whole self.
A Well-Proportioned Body – Before any training, one should warm up to improve blood circulation. The training speeds up the body’s metabolism and burns off fat. Eventually, you will notice a decrease in fat, an increase in muscle, and an overall improved sense of well being.
Strength and Agility – Regular training will build up your stamina and put your body in good shape. The body will get used to arduous routines and becomes stronger as a result. The constant training and drilling in Muay Thai techniques will allow your mind and body to instantly and effectively react to your opponent’s attacks.
Courage, Determination, and Self-Confidence – Regular exercises are very important in Muay Thai. The body will be driven to the limit of exhaustion. If you do not have stamina and determination, you will certainly give up, so it is necessary to train the mind to be tough. In Muay Thai or any kind of profession, a good player in the game must have supreme self-confidence that one could successfully complete various manoeuvres to make timely and sudden decisions.
Intelligence and Wisdom – Muay Thai is a self-defence that is full of tactics, tricks, and techniques.
Training in Muay Thai means learning all the tactics to defeat the opponent and the ways to counter your opponent’s manoeuvres. A Muay Thai practitioner must have enough wisdom in using the techniques and tricks, supported by a fair degree of intelligence.
The proper maintenance of health will compliment the martial tactics acquired. In normal circumstances, a Muay Thai practitioner will be indoctrinated on the subject of discipline, respect for the rules of the school, and obedience to the instructor. This will lead to the possession of good manners, good spirit, honesty, sense of justice, and self-confidence.
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