Muay Thai and It’s Benefits.

Since the sport requires the practitioners to possess a large number of athletic qualities, the benefits that accompany learning Muay Thai are numerous.

Below are, what is to be believed, some of the top benefits from practicing Muay Thai.

1. Increased Cardiovascular Conditioning.

Being both aerobic and anaerobic Muay Thai places huge stress on your cardiopulmonary systems.
With continued practice, your body will adapt to the demands of the sport and improved cardiovascular performance is one of the payoffs.

2. Leg Strength.

Kicking and footwork play a large role in Muay Thai. One movement that is distinctive to Muay Thai is the Roundhouse Kick. Learning how to kick strengthens the musculature of the lower body. Every muscle in your lower body will benefit from practicing the various kicks and footwork drills incorporated in the sport. From muscle endurance, force production, agility, to just plain old good looking calves, Muay Thai delivers.

3. Core Strength

Generally when someone refers to their core, they’re referring to their abdominal muscles. But that’s no the case. Your core is every single muscle located on your trunk. The rotational nature of all the movements in the sport truly does strengthen your core. 
Getting punched in the body will also help a little. Striking, defensive movements, and clinching will all help the Muay Thai student develop a strong core.

4. Increased Hip Mobility

It won’t happen overnight, but with time the kicking and kneeing movements of Muay Thai promote increased hip mobility. 
Having healthy hips alone can save you from serious pain and numerous terrible medical conditions later in life. Just remember to do your foam rolling and stretching. Get an occasional massage and those hips of yours will feel amazing.

5. Stress Relief

The majority of us accumulate a fair amount of stress during the day. Having an outlet for that stress feels fantastic and can work wonders for your mental and physical health.
 Let’s face it, when you’re pissed off at work or stressed about bills, hitting something just feels good. Due to the fast-paced nature of the sport, you can’t trouble yourself with worry while training. You’ll get hit in the face or mess up the drill you’re working on. Practicing a martial art allows you to focus on yourself and nothing else. Doing something regularly that detaches you from the daily grind helps you become a happier and more carefree individual.

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