The ultimate kickboxing style
AND the ultimate workout.
This is no simple cardio kickboxing. Muay Thai has become as important as Brazilian Jiu Jitsu in the sport of MMA. It is the ultimate form of striking, utilizing punches, elbows, knees and kicks to devastate opponents. It also happens to be an incredible work out. The athletes who participate in this sport are among the fittest individuals in the whole world. Classes focus on punching, kicking, kneeing, elbowing, bags and pads, ab workouts, conditioning drills, partner exercises, and sparring for those interested.
-Burn hundreds of calories per class
-Learn a potent self defense skill
-Have more fun than a normal gym routine
We welcome beginners looking to get fit and people looking to become fighters!
Muay Thai CT
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1. I haven't exercised in a while [or ever] will I be able to keep up?
We will work with you, both during your intro lesson and during classes, to ensure you are able to handle the workouts and then achieve your fitness goals in record time! Our workouts can be completed by anyone but scale to meet your fitness needs. All we ask is that you give it your all!
2. I already have a gym membership
If you are like many people, your gym membership results in half hearted workouts and many trips to the treadmill. If you are looking for more significant results we will quickly become your new home away from home. Surrounded by motivated training partners and experienced trainers you can't help but succeed.
3. Will I get hit?
Absolutely not. Sparring/fighting is an entirely optional activity reserved for those interested in the combat sport aspect of kickboxing. Though you may eventually wish to try it for self defense purposes, no one is forced to spar at any time.
Did You Know?
Muay Thai has a long history in Thailand, dating back centuries. It emerged as a form of self-defense during wartime. After this, it became a popular sport and cultural practice. As the national sport of Thailand, the sport is deeply ingrained in the Thia culture. Muay Thai is also known as the "Art of eight limbs," as it is a combat sport that combines the use of fists, elbows, knees, and shins. Techniques such as striking, clinching, and grappling are executed with precision, agility, and fluidity. The grace, power, and athleticism fighters display are revered as artistic expression.