Muay Thai, which is popularly known and referred to as Thai boxing, is an ancient combat sport and a type of martial art developed by the people of Thailand as a self defense technique thousands of years ago. It is very popular in the Asian country to the extent that it is being practiced as a national sport.
This traditional sport of Thailand is also known as “The Science of Eight Limbs” because it allows the use of parts of the body, such as the hands, shin, elbows and knees in combat. It is one of the prized asset of the country and an important source of attraction to many across the world.
Hundreds of Muay Thai training camps found all over Thailand, train thousands of women and men of different ages and race on a yearly basis. Most of these training facilities are equipped with top of the range tools and equipment that is ideal for various exercises and workout. These camps also employ highly skilled and experienced trainers who are ready give necessary support to all trainees any time of the day.
Muay Thai uses different types of techniques and exercises as drills that include, but not limited to jogging, press ups, frog jumps, rope skipping and weight lifting. Others are strength conditioning, Abs workout, bag work, sparring tips, shadow boxing and stretching routines among others. Most of these workouts are simple and easy to engage in by anybody.
These drills are basically designed to improve strength, increase natural power, enhance physical endurance and bestow uncommon stamina on the trainees. They are considered by many to be very explosive because their obvious result is usually noticeable few weeks after the commencement of training.
All these techniques and workouts are very good for professional Muay Thai boxers and martial artists. However, they are equally ideal for individual who are interested in losing weight, keeping fit, conditioning the body, improving blood circulation and augmenting the rate of cardiovascular activities.
But without doubt, this great combat sport of Thailand is widely known outside the shores of the country for its effectiveness in helping a lot of people to shed excess weight and improve their health condition. Unlike other types of aerobic exercise program, Nora Muay Thai requires dedication and lots of commitment from all trainees in order to achieve the desired result at the end of the training.
It must be noted that those who had gone through Muay Thai training in any of the camps in Thailand in the past have not expressed any disappointment or regrets in any way because they had benefitted greatly from the training program.