Muay Thai was founded in Thailand in 1921 and is the national sport of Thailand. Muay Thai has since become an international phenomenon with its widespread success making it one of the most respected forms of combat sport.

Muay Thai, also known as Thai Boxing is based on “The Science of Eight Limbs” that enables a student to strike with the fists, the shins, the knees, and the elbows.

Muay Thai also places heavy focus on body toning/weight loss and is designed to increase your level of fitness. The training regimens include many staples of combat sport conditioning such as running, shadowboxing, skipping, pad work, sparring, body weight resistance exercises, abdominal exercises and in some cases weight training.

The sport is practiced across the age groups and is becoming increasingly popular amongst men, women and children. The UK has seen the sport grow over the last few years with competitions now being held regularly up and down the country producing world class fighters.