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Young Nak Muay Boxers in Muay Thai

May 11, 2017

Young Nak Muay Boxers in Muay Thai

Muay Thai is a sport that requires the use of eight limbs in order to subdue an opponent. Through years of practice, these eight limbs become strengthened and sharpened with thousands of hours of repetition.

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Khongsittha Muay Thai - Activities Around the Gym

April 28, 2017

Khongsittha Muay Thai - Activities Around the Gym

Did you know Thailand was home to the Kingdom of Ayutthaya, regarded as the wealthiest and most illustrious city of the East during the 14th to 18th century- which saw 35 kings over 7 dynasties? Its archaeological wonders remain today, curated to allow you a glimpse into the old empire.

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The Tradition of Wai Khru in Muay Thai

November 18, 2016

The Tradition of Wai Khru in Muay Thai

In our previous article, we discussed the mystical benefits and history of Sak Yant tattoos. While not every Muay Thai fighter has them, the roots of many martial arts contain traces of body art that would protect them. One other crucial part of Muay Thai, and much more common to see is the “Wai Khru Ram Muay."

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Sak Yant Traditional Thai Tattoos

November 09, 2016

Sak Yant Traditional Thai Tattoos

Tattoos have always been a part of various cultures to record memorable moments, pains, successes, and loved ones. There is no exception in Thailand, and many Buddhist monks have employed the “Sak Yant” tattoo method for religious purposes. Masters and apprentices have been passing on the traditional method of thai tattoos for years, and it remains a huge part of Muay Thai, Thailand’s national sport.

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