Muay Thai is a martial art from Thailand that uses fists, elbows, forearms, feet, shins, knees, palms, soles, head, and body to fight. This type of martial art, currently the International Amateur Muay Thai Federation (IFMA) has plans to push Muay Thai into the Olympic Games.
Good Muay Thai boxing has important principles: defense by standing firmly, strong, tall and prominent, and setting up your arms to defend. (boxing card) and holding the chin It is like a fortress. The front foot is pointed forward and the weight is placed half on the sole of the foot. The back foot is placed diagonally wider than the shoulder blades and a quarter of the weight is placed on the ball of the big toe. Move with a drag of the back foot, ready to trick, move in, out, defend and counter-attack. The front arm is raised to at least shoulder height. or on the cheekbones His back arm raised to his cheek. Both elbows are not spread out or close together. keep your chin down Squinting, he stared between his opponent's breasts. Ready to see every part of the movement. in order to attack, defend, or counter with a stick Lace and the distribution of various fruit There is movement that has bravado and rhythm. There is temptation and intimidation that has been compared to "Like the royal lion and Phaya Kachasi, the boxing weapon that goes out There must be a definite goal and purpose. (but often layered with tricks) has long-range (outer circle) and close-range (inner circle) combat, and has great tricks for conquering opponents.