Thai boxing can be differentiated from the general form of boxing, as it includes the use of hands, elbow, feet and the knee.
It's not only an art of fighting; it is also a form of science, with discipline, knowledge and respect.
Thai boxing is an art which needs to be practiced with proper training. Thai boxing not only keeps you body in good form and proper shape; it improves your blood circulation and builds up your nervous system. Regular practice enhances the flexibility of the body, which means better use of the bones, muscles, and the tendons in bending and moving the body.
It is very important to be brave in order to practice the Art of Muay thai.
One must accept the danger and pain involved in Thai boxing, bravely without any fear. Practicing Thai boxing is not only getting physical training but also includes the learning of moral values and disciplines in life. It teaches to be modest, to be confident, to always speak the truth and avoid committing sins in life.