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Muay Thai is the Art of 8 Limbs (two fists, two knees, two elbows, two legs)...Thai Boxers use every weapon the human body has to offer. Whether its punches, kicks, knees, elbows, or the clinch our members are taught how to seamlessly flow between different strikes. Muay Thai is the most complete striking system on the planet. It is aggressive in nature and every strike is meant to inflict some type of damage to their opponets. Thai Fighters are supremely proficient and can quickly determine what strikes to throw based on the range and distance to their target.
This class is a Muay Thai fundamentals for beginners to advance. We focus on punches, kicks, knees, and elbows. Basic foundations are explored and practiced. Footwork, developing combinations through pad work, learning movements, cardiovascular endurance, distance management, speed and beginner defensive strategies are all taught in this class. There is little to no contact in all of the Thai 1 classes. This is our most popular class at FightCamp.
Our Thai 2 class is the next evolution of our program at FightCamp. Here we utlize drills against each other in a combative Muay Thai style. Minimum weighted boxing gloves, Muay Thai shin guards, mouthpiece, athletic cup are required for all Thai 2 classes. This is where we start with clinch introduction, movements, and sweeps. All drills are done on a partner in a completely controlled scenario. More complex fundamentals are learned and implemented in a safe guarded atmosphere. Counter-fighting techniques are empolyed at this stage and reflexes and speed are enchanced through drills.
This class is reserved for active members of FightCamp with a minimum length of time of three months at our gym. This class is a full-contact Muay Thai sparring class. Headgear, mouthpiece, athletic cup, 16oz boxing gloves, shins and a encouraging and positive mindset are required to participate. You must also be 18 years old or older to participate in any full contact sparring at FightCamp. In order to really learn all the complexities of Muay Thai, you are encouraged to do all three classes eventually, but you soley decide when or if you ever want to participate in full contact. It's completely up to you...