Welcome  muay Thai Sri Lanka

 

Our Boy will fight this week in Hua Hin Stadium represent MTA Sri Lanka.

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Our goal is simple:

For Beginners

Are you a beginner? Never done Muay Thai or martial arts before? Have no fear! Master Toddy’s system works for beginners because it is based on a structured learning system and the enjoyment of training.

Private Muay Thai Lessons –

– Appropriate for people of all levels – Available from 6 AM to 8 PM – everyday of the week

Training schedule

Monday  

 wenensday  Friday

Friday
6.00am 7.30am 6.00am 7.30am 6.00am 7.30am
8.00am 10.am 8.00am 10.am 8.00am 10.am

Group Classes –

– Appropriate for Intermediate-Levels & up.

– Available 3 days a week (See Schedule Below).

Thursday Saturday Sunday
6.00pm - 8.30pm 8.30am -11.00am 8.30am - 11.00am
     

Eat, Sleep, Breathe – and LIVE – Muay Thai at our

 

 

Muay Thai Associatina Sri Lanka

The Sri lanken Branch of the Muay Thai Academy of America was launched today under the distinguished patronage of the Royal Thai Ambassador of Sri lanka. this was a historic moment and the beginning of a new chapter in Muay Tthai Kickboxing in Sri Lanka.

for Health, Fitness, Self-defense and Life Success

Thai Boxing is a martial art with origins in the ancient battlefield tactics of the Siamese army. Muay Thai is known as “King of the Ring” in kickboxing circles. Thai training methods develop devastating power, speed and superb cardio-vascular endurance as well as fighting spirit. Muay Thai training is also quite safe thanks to sophisticated pad training that evolved to keep fighters healthy between fights. Muay Thai has also proven very effective and useful outside the ring in self-defense, sporting, military and law enforcement activities

This Muay Thai Kick Boxing course is for busy people and students. It is for fitness, self-defense and life success, through a highly efficient team building, spiritual and kinetic program. We spend stopwatch timed hour per day. That’s it.
Personal Revolutionary Kick Boxing training incorporates the art, science, psychology and philosophy of several martial arts:

The course focuses on general fitness, cardio fitness, stamina, flexibility, bone strength, muscle strength, body weight management, etc. on the physical side. It develops rapid mind and body relaxation, trains focusing and promotes spiritual wellbeing. Imagine having less stress and tension, and being more relaxed and focused at work and at home.

When it comes to developing a complete Muay Thai game, sparring is an essential element of Muay Thai. Sparring not only improves your offensive and defensive timing, it can also build physical and mental toughness.
Different types of sparring work on different aspects of your game. Technical sparring can help you develop your timing and technique, while hard sparring can help prepare you for a fight.

What Is Hard Sparring

In order to explain what sparring hard is, it is first important to talk about what hard sparring isn’t.
Firstly, hard sparring is not an excuse to try and hurt your sparring partner. It does not give you the green light to go wild and try to knock someone out.
Whether you are technical sparring or hard sparring, it is important that you are always in control of your techniques. Every time you strike you should be in a good position after you land your strike. Hay makers and uncontrolled strikes are only going to teach you bad habits and potential hurt your training partners.
Hard sparring involves throwing your strikes that are around 70-80% of your power (your trainer will let you know if you are going too hard). Techniques that can hurt your sparring partners like head kicks and teeps to the face should be thrown with absolute control (not full force). If you are throwing hard punches you should be using heavier sparring gloves (16-18oz) to reduce the impact on your sparring partner.
Body kicks, low kicks, knees to the body (only experienced fighters should throw knees), and body punches can be thrown with more power. This is how you will condition your body to take punches and kicks in preparation for a fight.

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