Virtual Muay Thai/Kickboxing Program
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Have you tried virtual training before? Well, this is not your typical Virtual kickboxing class.
Fighting is Easy provides a combination of authentic Muay Thai training with HIIT style workouts, Yoga, and wellness.
You will be able to learn Muay Thai techniques, self-defense, increase your agility and flexibility plus build confidence through our instructor led private & semi-private training programs.
We know Life is Hard. So, we help you balance your hardcore training with Yoga and wellness for a complete training program.
What is Muay Thai?
Muay Thai, (pronounced muueee tie) has been described as one of the most effective striking arts in history. Kickboxing, on the other hand, often confused with Muay Thai, is a combat sport that uses punches and kicks as its main tools in combat.
Although Muay Thai shares some similarities with Kickboxing, it is a separate martial art with its own culture, history, and lineage.
Muay Thai is known as the "Art of 8 Limbs.” While it is the national sport of Thailand today, it was developed as a means for the Thai people to defend themselves and their king against neighboring intruders during the 18th century.
Frequent Asked Questions
Can I do Muay Thai Online?
Yes! We provide online training via multiple platforms including Zoom, Facetime...etc. If you have a computer or smartphone, you can train. We provide training in technique, flexibility, HIIT style training power and weightloss.
Is Muay Thai dangerous?
It can be, depending on how it is used. Muay Thai can and has been used purely as a tool for self-defense and to get into shape. However, Muay Thai is a combat sport. If the practitioner chooses, he or she can use Muay Thai to fight.
What do I need to get started?
Muay Thai involves punching and kicking pads, bags, and other people. Gloves and hand wraps are provided for the first few classes, however, it is recommended to purchase your own. Advanced practitioners, who would like to practice more combat-related drills or sparring require a cup, mouthpiece, and shinguards.
I’ve never been athletic. Can I do Muay Thai?
Of Course!. Muay Thai is for everyone. You just need to practice, practice, practice.
What is Yoga?
Yoga literally means to yoke or pull together. Yoga is a philosophy that combines meditation, postures, breathing and body movement to bring one closer to their “true or divine self. Yoga has many different meanings and several types. The main type of Yoga practiced in the West is Hatha Yoga.
Does Yoga help with martial arts?
Yes! Yoga, just as in martial arts, combines body movement with the breath and teaches one how to control and utilize their bodies in effective ways. Other benefits including flexibility, balance, concentration, and self-control are all helpful in martial arts.