“The Art of Eight Limbs”
Muay Thai is a martial art and combat sport that combines stand up striking with varied clinching techniques. It is a sport grounded in a game plan that utilizes defensive and offensive skills with strategic use of counter measures.
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Mauy Thai is also called “The Art of Eight Limbs” because of it’s focus on strikes involving; Punches, Kicks, Knees and Elbows.
Forged in the 13th Century during the Sukhothai Kingdom, Muay Thai was was taught for soldiers for the purpose of war fare. Some of the traditional garb and decoration of the sportsman can be traced back to that what Thai families and trainers would adorn their warriors with before heading into battle.
Traditionally hand made by the gym or camp for the fighters, and are blessed by Thai Monks. Worn by the fighters as they step into the ring.
Traditionally hand made by the family of the fighter, hung at the corner of the ring, with the Mongkhon.
This decoration is where soldiers would sometimes ware locks for their mothers hair or strips of families clothes around their arms. This to bring the spirit of their loved ones with them into battle.
Seal The Ring
An ritual done right after entering the ring, the fighter walks down all four sides of the ring, right hand on rope and left to the head. When reaching each turnbuckle, a quick prayer is done, until reaching fighter’s corner.
Wai Kru Ram Muay
A ritual dance done before the fight, in the right that pays respect to the coaches of both fighters, training partners and family that supported the fighter up until this point.