If you want to learn Muay Thai, Bangkok Boxing is where you train with the best. This is the only program in the Southeast designed and personally taught by Head Master and International superstar Khunpon Dechkampu.
Known as “the science of eight limbs” for its use of fists, knees, legs, and elbows, Muay Thai training offers a comprehensive, full body work out that will have you feeling muscle groups you’ve never felt before. Learn the correct way to throw a Muay Thai round kick, one of the most efficient and powerful striking techniques from around the world.
Our Muay Thai classes will teach you correct technique through methods and drills straight from Thailand.
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- Increase your all around conditioning
- Learn self-defense
- Develop full body muscular coordination
- Release stress and change body composition
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Muay Thai Atlanta – Excellent Trainers
arises from the Muay martial arts in Thailand. It is a combat sport which is based on a variety of clinching techniques in addition to stand-up striking methods. It is also known as “the art of eight weapons” simply because it is a physical and mental discipline characterized by using a combination of feet, fists, knees, shins, as well as elbows. It is regarded as being a very efficient fighting technique. Although martial art became popular within Thailand in the sixteenth century, it did not gain widespread international recognition until the twentieth century. This occurred only when a large number of Thai fighters, using this fighting style as their technique, gained victories over fighters who were using other styles of martial arts. Muay Thai techniques are formally divided into two separate groups: Mae mai, in other words, major techniques. Luk mai, or minor techniques. To people who don’t know anything about it, the sport is regarded as a sport of attrition, whereby the opponents exchange blows in an effort to overcome the other. In reality the highest level relies on rhythm, timing, and deceptive footwork to overcome opponents with skill and ease.