While there are a number of martial arts and self defense techniques, Muay Thai is considered as the best and most devastating of them. This technique has been used since last thousand years or more.
A Muay Thai expert uses his hands, feet, elbows and knee to defend himself. When used together, they become a strong defense mechanism. In 1970’s this form or martial arts was challenged by champions of other forms of martial arts including karate, kung fu and wing Chun. It was a test to check which form of martial arts is most beneficial, and protective. The results showed that Muay Thai is superior among all as most of the contenders against the experts of this martial arts form were beaten in the first round itself.
Like most competitive full contact fighting sports, Muay Thai has a heavy focus on body conditioning. Muay Thai is specifically designed to promote the level of fitness and toughness required for ring competition.
Training regimens include many staples of combat sport conditioning such as running, shadowboxing, rope jumping, body weight resistance exercises, medicine ball exercises, abdominal exercises, and in some cases weight training. Muay thai fighters rely heavily on kicks utilizing the shin bone.As such, practitioners of Muay Thai will repeatedly hit hard objects with their shins, conditioning it, hardening the bone through a process called cortical remodeling.
Thai martial arts is Thai kickboxing or, as it is more commonly known, Muay Thai.
However, Muay Thai is technically not a martial art. Instead, it is a sport that’s been around since 1930..The results of this unusual competition proved that while Muay Thai is excellent martial arts that can offer you an upper edge against the champions of other forms of martial arts, it will also defend you against common thieves and street thugs and vandals.