Muay Thai is one of the most popular combat sport in Thailand that utilizes stand up striking along with various clinching techniques. It is characterized by the combined use of the fists, elbows, knees and legs. Muay Thai had become the hottest fitness and martial art trend internationally, which attracted a number of celebrities using this sport to keep fit.
Enhancing the cardiopulmonary function: within a 60 mins session practice, Muay Thai uses every muscle in your body. Other than having a large volume of high intensity circuit training, Muay Thai also requires full body movement to attack including but not limited to your fists, elbows, knees and legs. The range of attack varies from short, medium and long. With different speed, strength and interval training, Muay Thai incorporates a variety of cardio exercises which improves your cardiovascular endurance more effectively.
Core muscles enhancement and stability: one key highlight of Muay Thai practice is kicking. Huge amount of rotation with your jabs, crosses, push kicks are highly beneficial to strengthen your core muscles. Through targeting pad practice with your trainer, your core strength is developed with better muscle strength and endurance, which in turn will improve the coordination of limbs and your ability to focus.