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Why Learn Muay Thai at TBC?
More About Our Muay Thai Classes
What to Expect in Your Muay Thai Lessons
Muay Thai classes cover the basics of movement, footwork, attack, defense, and striking skills. Expect to learn the proper techniques for moving, punching, kicking, knees and elbows along with Muay Thai defense and counter-attack moves. Class will involve bag work, shield drills, partner driils with light contact and a variety of conditioning drills. You are going to challenge yourself and push limits in every way.
Muay Thai For Beginners To Advanced
Muay Thai Trial Lesson
It is common to try a Power Kickboxing class first to get used training hard and learn the fundamentals. A free class is all about getting the real experience from the moment you walk in. You will have full access to our facility and our staff will make sure that you have the basics. Make
sure to ask questions and have fun! We bring the fundamentals and traditions from Thailand to San Diego.
Our Muay Thai Instructors
Our trainers and coaches are at the core of what we do. With their talent, experience, and passion, there’s really no questioning that we have the best in San Diego. All of our classes within the Muay Thai program are group-based and personal one-on-one training is available for those who are looking for that extra practice and work in.
Muay Thai FAQs
Q: What is Muay Thai?
A: Muay Thai is a striking art that originated in Thailand. It’s also known as the art of 8 limbs. You can use feet, hands, knees, and elbows.
Q: Is Muay Thai good for self-defense?
A: Absolutely. Muay Thai is a great art form for the mind and body. You will learn lots about yourself and techniques that could help you defend yourself if you ever needed it.
Q: I haven’t worked out in forever. Do I need to be in shape?
A: Show up and keep showing up. No judgment on when the last time you worked out.
Q: Will I get injured?
A: All classes are designed to ensure the safety of our members. Like other sports, injuries are possible but we do everything we can to make sure you don’t get injured. Coaches are there to supervise and help enforce safety precautions.
Q: What should I focus on as a beginner in Muay Thai?
A: Begin to develop the relationship with yourself as a fighter. Focus on training consistently and nailing down your technique.
Q: What is the difference between Muay Thai and MMA?
A: Muay Thai is a stand-up striking sport that involves clinching. There is no grappling or ground fighting in Muay Thai. MMA is a full combat sport based on striking, grappling, and ground fighting. MMA includes many components of different combat sports.
Q: How do I pick the right Muay Thai gym for myself?
A: It is a very personal decision. It is important to decide what is most important for you to have in a gym and for your training. We believe that we can be that for you, but ultimately, you are the only one who will know.
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