muay thai

I’ve coached boxing and muay Thai for some time now and this much I can tell you - people like offense. Unless one is a glutton for punishment, they typically don’t want to practice getting hit.
As a competitive woman in a male-dominated sport, muay Thai fighter-coach Roxy knows women have different needs and possess different strength. Here she discusses muay Thai training for women.
Personal trainer, professional muay Thai fighters, and business woman - Roxy Richardson has long, full days, but she found time to talk to us about the evolution of the sport.
Visualizing any part of your athletic game is bound to improve performance and lower anxiety. This video will walk you through HOW to effectively visualize.
You might think you know how to breath, but it turns out many of us learned bad breathing habits early on in our strength training. Get some quick tips on breathing to enhance performance.
The "Upstairs-Downstairs" principle is applicable in many martial arts - MMA, BJJ, muay thai, wrestling, self-defense and more. Learn the principle as it applies to a variety of sports.
Martial arts is not just useful for fighters, but can spice up the workout or warm-up of anyone's exercise routine. Learn the basics of the Muay Thai leg kick in this video.
You know MMA consists of wrestling, submissions, and striking - but do you know the difference between the various styles of striking? What makes Muay Thai and kickboxing different?
With the rise in popularity of the UFC and Ultimate Fighter, you may have some friends who are new fans of MMA. Now, how to get them to watch without annoying you? Have them read these articles.
The foot jab, or teep, is a fundamental movement in Muay Thai (Thai kickboxing). Here is a quick breakdown of the technique. This is a great kick to use in your workouts or in a warm up.