Author: Emma

The Coronavirus has changed life as we used to know it, all gyms remain closed and have been since March and still no light as to when they will be allowed to reopen. Once they can reopen, what will it be like? How will social distancing be implemented? Will gyms be able to afford the necessary changes they may be forced to make? It is an extremely uncertain time. Martial arts is a close combat sport – how is that going to be the same with social distancing? Can we hit pads? Can we spar? Not just Muay Thai gyms.…

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Most people hit the gym or put in the roadwork for cardiovascular health, build muscle, and of course to get a pleasing physical appearance, but physical exercise has plenty of mental benefits, too. Regardless of your age or fitness level, studies show that making time for exercise provides some serious mental benefits as well as physical.

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A parents’ job is to raise their child to become a good person. A lot of parents may think sending their child to Muay Thai classes could make them more aggressive, more violent or more likely to cause trouble in school or around other groups of kids. Infact, martial arts training has the complete opposite affect.

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If you’ve trained Muay Thai, or any other form of martial arts for any length of time, you’ve probably heard someone say, “leave your ego at the door”. The phrase is a typical admonishment to newcomers of the sport and is an essential component to learning and becoming a better martial artist.

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So you’ve decided you want to take up some form of martial arts, but can’t decide which to pursue. After a quick internet search you’ll find Muay Thai appears at the top of many lists for the most effective martial arts for self defence and one of the most popular for fitness and weight-loss.

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