View Full Version : Just found a Muay Thai school,
As you know i've just started kickboxing for about 2-3 months now, and enjoy it, I found a muay thai gym that teach two hours of training for 7 pounds by experts in south eats london in wescroft gym, I have been doing boxing for a week or so but quit becsue the facilities was bad, what should I do Kb or MT, or mix it both days,?
As you all know Im' Thai but havn't lern Muay Thai yet apart from that i can ram mauy thai 3-4 dances and can excute mauy thai kicks etc,
Sorry about this, but I didn't go to go Thaiboxing today, im' doing kickboxing because im tired of changing styles im' goign to stick to kickboxing I think, karate>kickboxing>Boxing>juijitsu>Ninjitsu...back to KB...
I have been training in Muay thai for 6 months and regular kickboxing for kickboxing 6 months before that i found that it was best to get my basics down pat (punches and kicks) so i started with kikboxing training and conditioning my body hard. Then i went to competition. I placed second in one of mike miles kickboxing tournament. After that my trainer (kim morris, curent featherweight wka champ in canada) said i should start in muay thai. Boy am i glad i learned kikboxing first because the knees to the body were almost unbearable compared to kicks. Clinchwork was hard work to. I recommend kickboxing and then muay thai. Muay thai is however more effective on the street then kickboxing if you adapt to it. it is a standup marshal art so the key is to strike hard but with technique and speed. This initial strike and or combo must be harmful enough to take someone down and although traditionally it would have been a lethal one in modern day you want to harm them not mame them.
Man, am I glad you posted I've jsut stated Muay Thai for four lessons now and am enjoying it, yesterday sparr with an ex british junior champ, and am liking it, got bleeding elbows, brusied leg but its cool I like pain, the instrutor is very supportive to everyone,
thanks man for that...
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