Originating in Thailand, Muay Thai is a stand-up style of martial arts that combines striking with clench techniques in a more open stance than kickboxing or boxing. The open stance earned this sport the nickname “Art of Eight Limbs,” as it utilizes eight contact points - elbows, knees, fists, feet.
Kickboxing is a relatively young martial art, originating in Japan in the 1950’s. Also a stand-up style, the main difference between Kickboxing and Muay Thai is the stance, which relies on keeping the face and body protected tightly. This program will help you increase your strength, stamina, flexibility, and coordination.