Find the warrior within through Muay Thai
Muay Thai places a strong emphasis on striking techniques. Practitioners use punches, elbows, kicks, and knee strikes to attack and defend. These techniques are powerful and can be highly effective in both offensive and defensive situations.
Muay Thai is a demanding style
Physical conditioning is a principle component of Muay Thai. Practitioners develop strength, endurance, and flexibility to withstand the rigors of training and competition.
Muay Thai bouts are typically scored based on effective strikes and control of the fight. Judges consider factors like clean hits, power, and aggression. Knockouts are highly valued, but points can also be awarded for well-executed techniques.
Test your limits
Muay Thai has gained immense popularity around the world, both as a competitive sport and a fitness regimen. Many people train in Muay Thai for its physical fitness benefits, self-defense skills, or as a competitive pursuit. Muay Thai at Water's Edge Martial Arts has a strong emphasis on preparation for fight competitions, and gets members ready for the ring if they choose that path.