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– Theodore Roosevelt

What is Muay Thai Kickboxing?

Thailand’s national sport, Muay Thai, is recognised internationally as the most effective stand up striking art at this current day. Groomed over a period of 2000 years, it is known as the “Art of 8 Limbs” as it utilises punches, kicks, elbows and knees, along with countless clinching techniques.

Fighting For Fitness!

Not everyone likes weight training or going for a run, and we know that! Another great and exciting way to get fit is through Muay Thai! All in the comfort of your own home, our trainers will design a workout suited to you that incorporates the best of high intensity training, core conditioning and calisthenics strength training with the intricacies of technical Muay Thai training.

Why Muay Thai?

Our passionate team love Muay Thai not only because of the amazing physical benefits and techniques learnt but also the discipline, character, fitness and courage developed in the process. Through mental and physical conditioning, Muay Thai builds a strong sense of strength and confidence, which can be applied to every aspect of life.

What is Boxing?

Boxing, or the ‘Sweet Science’, is a Martial Art using the fists as the primary weapons in combat. Contrary to popular belief, boxing much more than just punching something very hard. To excel in boxing, an understanding of balance, rhythm, movement and biomechanics is necessary. As Floyd Mayweather famously states, the objective of boxing is to ‘hit and not get hit’.

What is Mixed Martial Arts (MMA)?

Mixed martial arts (MMA) is a full-contact combat sport that allows both striking and grappling, both standing and on the ground, using techniques from other combat sports and martial arts. MMA is a combination of different disciplines, usually including some form of striking based art with the most popular being Muay Thai, Boxing and Taekwondo with a ground based art usually Brazillian Jiu Jitsu.


What if I’m a beginner?

If you have little to no experience in martial arts, 1 on 1 home training is the place to start! You will be able to streamline your learning using a focus and goal driven approach building the foundations of striking techniques whilst simultaneously developing balance, coordination, rhythm, speed and power.

Can I train MMA?

In order to become an MMA fighter, you must first become proficient at the specific martial arts you intend to combine. By doing this, later on you can merge the different movements.