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So far I did not know much about the customs and superstitions that they have in Muay Thai kickboxing. But other day I came to know about some from www.muaythai.cc. Some very interesting superstitions they have. And you know? They are considered to be the quintessential part of Thai kickboxing.

For example tattoo inscription is a very popular Muay Thai custom. They get it done through temple priests, witchdoctors, medicine men, etc. It is believed that some of these tattoos control good fortune, bad luck, ghosts, and spirits. And some others are known to attract qualities like strength and courage. Wow!

And then there is this practice of rubbing special oils and mixtures or potions on the skin. They supposedly prevent pain and vulnerability.

I also found the custom of Kreung Rang to be very interesting. It is a special amulet that the fighters wear around their necks. Kreung Rang is believed to carry special magical powers. And another thrilling practice is that of wearing pieces of ancestral bones. They are supposed to represent the good spirits of the fighter’s ancestors.

Do you have any plan for Muay Thai training? Well, have a small suggestion. Just make sure that your physical and metal strengths are much, much higher than that of an average person. No dear, I am not exaggerating. Trust me, you can withstand Muay Thai training techniques only if you are much more strengthy – both physically and mentally – than a normal guy.

 

You can have a clear idea about the toughness of the Muay Thai training program from the site www.muaythai.cc. Just visit the site once, and you will know what it means to undergo Muay Thai training.

 

The Muay Thai training program can be broadly divided into the body conditioning activities and actually Muay Thai techniques.

 

In the body conditioning activities you will have to go through various strenuous physical activities including running, stretching, shadow boxing, bag work, practicing with Thai pad, rope jumping/skipping, medicine ball, speed ball/bag, double end bag, grappling, sparring, clinch work, weight training, body weight resistance exercises, etc.

 

These body conditioning activities will result into developments like weight loss, flexibility, etc.

In actual Muay Thai techniques you will learn using everything including fists, elbows, shins, feet and knees. You will learn punch techniques (like jab, straight right/cross, hook and uppercut), elbow techniques (like uppercut, downward, etc.), kicking techniques (like push kick, roundhouse kick, etc.) and knee techniques (Kao Dode, Kao Loi, Kao Tone, etc.). All these techniques are tough, and can be learnt only by sheer dedication and hard work.

So now you have an idea how challenging Muay Thai training is. So go for it only if you are determined about it. And, before you go for the training, I will suggest you to make some study about the Muay Thai training program. That will make you mentally prepared for all what you have to do. In my opinion www.muaythai.cc will be a good site to have a comprehensive pre-training idea about Muay Thai training techniques.