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Muay Thai

jayhill

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#21
The great thing about Muay Thai is that it doesn't matter if you are big or small - one solid elbow to the jaw, and the attacker will soon know about it! Train hard, fight easy!
 

Tobai

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Im looking at doing this for going into doing some MMA, ive got a good base on the grappling side.
 

riccosuabe

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muay thai is one of the best striking arts to have.ive done mt for 16 years and been a kru for 10 and also a brown belt in bjj and i would say if you can get to a school with both mt and bjj you'll cover pretty much all the bases you'll need (except the knife,weapon stuff) and i would say if your venturing into the weapon disarming side of things try and find a pencak silat class ive been doing it part time for about a year now and its way better than the systema and krav maga stuff i tried(really hard on the legs though).if you want any tips just drop me a message and ill try my best to answer or put you in touch with someone that can
 

tapmaster

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Muay Thai is great. I enjoyed it very much. I did Muay Thai for 5 years and had to stop due to having problems with my feet, specifically with the tops of my feet. Muay Thai is a complete technique that utilizes all of the limbs. The cardio and flexibility that you will gain from Muay Thai is unmatched. I would also say that BJJ would be an excellent compliment to Muay Thai as ultimately the fight will hit the ground at some point.

Best Wishes

Tapmaster
 
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