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BestMuayThai News: 2015-03-15
The news of Suwit muay thai by Bestmuaythai.com on March 15
A BREIF LOOK AT THE MUAY THAI
The art of martial arts has been prevalent since the early ages with China, Japan and Thailand being some of the major hubs that started the martial arts form. The literature, from the past, mentions the display of martial arts and boxing, which is a testament to the fact that they have been in existence for a very long time. The origin of martial arts goes back to the historical times when people practiced this form of defense and attack to survive. Later on, this art became a trademark and people started making their young ones learn this art as a legacy. While martial art is not just restricted to one form, it has several other forms as well, Muay Thai being one of them. Muay Thai is referred to as one of the most popular hard martial art which is followed and practiced in many parts of the world; especially in Thailand as it is the national sport of the country.
This martial art is much alike to most of the hard martial forms of the world but just has a different name. The form is also referred to the "Art of eight limbs" because the art involves a proper and extreme use of hands, shins, elbows and knees in the process. It is said that one who practices Muay Thai can knock with eight points of contact, unlike other arts that involve two or four points of contact in their method. The people who know the history tells that initially, this art also involved head as a striking point but later head strike was termed foul. Also, the new form varies a bit from the old form as they have started using gloves and guards throwing kicks and punches making it relatively similar to the western boxing of these days.
Thailand has been the core hub training spot for learning Muay Thai techniques. Places from Patayya to Phuket and Bangkok, all of them are running training camps that allow people to get admission and learn the history and techniques of the national sport of their country. The fitness centers have got all sorts of professionals and Thai trainers that have been working on this art from quiet a good long now. Some fitness centers of Thailand which are working on large scales as the main institutes also allow accommodation camps that reside the students inside their own campuses.
Mostly the teaching classes take place twice in the day, with one of them early morning and the latter one in the evening or afternoon varying as per the place's schedule. Pad work, bag work, hill sprints, sit ups and cool down exercises such as stretches are the main attractions of these training camps. One can easily track the camps in Thailand if he or she wishes to learn a few basics about the national sport. All in all, Muay Thai isn't just the national sport of this nation but a lot more than that.
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