Muay Thai, the national sport of Thailand, is widely considered the most versatile striking sport in the world. Using all eight striking weapons on your body, two legs, two knees, two hands and two elbows, Muay Thai practitioners uses flow, raw power and razor sharp speed to make short work of opponents.
Before humans painted, created music, sang or put on dramatic plays, there was the most simple form of art, fighting. Fighting is embedded into our instinct as humans, it’s hardwired and it’s not going anywhere soon. If somebody tries to punch you, you will bring your hands to your head without thinking to try and protect your head, the most important part of your body.
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) has had a long lineage as a gentle yet very effective martial art. BJJ is founded on the concept that smaller, weaker opponents can defend themselves against tougher attackers. Using technique, leverage and momentum a smaller opponent uses BJJ to make the fight an even matchup regardless of size and strength.