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Muay Thai As I know Quite a bit historyMuay Thai Thai boxing is the Thai long traditional fighting art Muay Thai fighting technique is a combination of using parts of body such as elbows and knees in striking as well as head legs feet and heel It is the one of very dangerous striking technique Actually I do not know when Muay Thai has started and been developed I think we Thais may have Muay Thai since we formed the nation The original story more 200 years ago I have learned in the history class that Thailand shared boundaries with 5-6 neighbors so we often went to wars Thai soldiers had to practice Muay Thai as hand to hand combat along with other weapons Muay Thai was recorded as one of required practicing programs for Thai kings and royal families as the leaders of the military When wars were over Muay Thai was practiced as self-defense techniques and military career opportunities Mostly the training camps were in the temple Instructors were high respected Buddhist monks who were formers skilled soldiers Training of Muay Thai was not only a physical practice but it was also a spiritual practice This fact still sees in the modern Muay Thai training Muay Thai has developed to be a nation fighting art and more unique with beautiful strong striking movements I thought Muay Thai Training was very hard Instructors had different ways to train trick their trainees in building a strong and high resilient body such as carrying two big water tanks for cleaning breaking and squeezing rice shells with big heavy log a millions of rice at the same time swimming against the flow chopping logs and etc Those were body and mental preparing techniques for Muay Thai practitioners to be ready for real skills Real skilled Muay Thai training I did not know what methods they first started between kicking a banana tree
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