The following article on Footwork Drills For Boxing was submitted by Joe Louis from Askmeboxing.com.
Once you have accepted a fight deal as a boxer, you should already know every technique that is going to aid you with your strategies. So before you sign your name in any contract, read this article on footwork drills for boxing to get the most preparations!
Muay Thai (also known as Thai Boxing) is a striking martial art developed in Thailand. It uses elements of kickboxing and some ancient Asian martial arts to complete one of the most effective martial arts in the world.
The following article on Learning the Basic Muay Thai Stance was submitted by Joe Monzon.
Muay Thai is a stand-up combat sport that originated in Thailand. It is often referred to as the “art of 8 limbs” for its use of the two fists, elbows, knees and legs. Muay Thai moves consist of punches, kicks, elbow strikes, knee strikes and clinching (think of it as grappling in stand-up form). It is a full-contact kickboxing sport but also gaining popularity as a fitness workout regime in recent years.
The following article on The Best Contact Lenses For Combat Sports was submitted by Jericho Gonzales, a Content Marketing Specialist at Lens.com.
Do you train or fight Muay Thai, boxing, kickboxing, or mixed martial arts? Engaging in any fight sport is tough as it gets — even with zero vision problems. You risk injury every time you train, spar, or fight. However, combat sports get even more challenging if you have vision issues like nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism.
The following article was submitted by Freelance writer Jennifer Maxwell.
Boxing is an athletic activity that has been known to knock out a tooth or two, according to WBN10. For anyone seeking to take part in martial arts and physical activities—especially boxing—it’s critical to be aware of how it may affect your dental health. Normally, boxers would make use of a mouthguard. That being said, it’s important to know how it protects you and what sort of common dental issues does it keep you safe from?
Many people contemplate getting involved in martial arts, but hesitate to do so because they do not know where to begin. Your best option will be to start with research. You really cannot go wrong with research, as it will provide you with everything you need to know about the types, accessibility, availability, and requirements.
The following article was submitted to Fight Quality by Kaden Smith from smartmma.com
Punching bags are no longer just for professional and amateur boxers, kickboxers, and mixed martial artists. They are for anyone wanting to get fit and build lean muscle in their upper arms, abs, chest, and neck.
The following article was submitted to Fight Quality by Tyler Read from ptpioneer.com.
Muay Thai which is commonly referred to as the “art of eight limbs” is best learned from a training coach. The martial art is best known for its tremendous power, maximum efficiency, and raw simplicity.
The following article was submitted to Fight Quality by Max, a writer from Speak MMA.
MMA is a rapidly growing sport, and is often touted as the fastest growing sport in the world. With this growth has come a lot of evolution in the rules of the sport. As mixed martial arts grew its audience and began being broadcast as a legitimate sport on TV, it needed a proper set of rules to govern itself.
The following article was submitted to Fight Quality by Ronan, a writer from breakinggrips.com.
The Gi is also known as a Kimono and is the traditional uniform of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. It was adapted from modern Japanese and is very similar to the uniform worn in Judo. Some BJJ schools such as 10th Planet do not use a Gi and train in what is known as Nogi (rashguards and shorts) However the vast majority of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu academies practice Jiu-Jitsu in the Gi.
We know that MMA is here to stay. A few years ago people would have told you that at best it would rise to the top of the underground sports pile, but thanks to epic fights and larger than life personalities the sport has found mainstream success. If you ask UFC President Dana White, the rise of MMA was inevitable:
When it comes to boxing, a lot of people think it is a crude sport. The fact is, that could not be further from the truth. There is nothing crude in boxing if you truly get to know the sport. From the styles that beguile the audience to the techniques that take years of practice to master, boxing is as intricate a sport as it gets. It takes a lot of effort to bring together elements and components that lead to the enhancement of skill in boxing. One such element is the use of boxing equipment that suits your style of boxing and makes it easier for you to train.
The following article was submitted to Fight Quality by Albert Guardado from Combat Brands, LLC and ringside.com.
Are your clothes fitting a little bit too tight nowadays? Maybe stress has you down and out? How about people who are just looking for a new hobby? If you’ve been considering joining a gym for some time now, we are here to tell you that you should stop thinking about it and take action.
Muay Thai is a great sport which can be enjoyed from everyone from the casual trainer, right up to the professional fighter. Whether your goals are to become a world champion, or just have a bit of fun and improve your fitness, here are a few tips to set you out on the right path.
Attending a Muay Thai camp is a great way to sharpen your Thai boxing skills, and is also an exciting and challenging all-round experience. Over days (or even weeks) you will be pushed to you physical and mental limits as you train every aspect of Muay Thai alongside seasoned Thai fighters and coaches.