Muay Thai

Ultimate Martial Arts Glove Guide

Every martial art has the unique protective equipment. Gloves are the most commonly required gear. Without these crucial tools, students can and will develop painful stress injuries early on in their training. The chances for serious injuries dramatically increase without the right gloves, and ...Read More

Best Muay Thai Gyms in Singapore

Muay Thai originated in Thailand, but the martial art is a favorite discipline in many other countries, including nearby Singapore. While the Singapore Muay Thai gym experience is different than Thailand’s Muay Thai camps, they have some of the best programs in the world. ...Read More

Best Muay Thai Pads in 2017

Muay Thai pads are absolutely essential if you wish to train in the art of Muay Thai kickboxing. They can help boost your kicking speed, power, and accuracy. In fact, having a Muay Thai pad is more ideal than using your standard boxing sandbag as ...Read More

Ultimate Guide to the Best Headgear for Sparring

If you ride a bike, you should wear a helmet. If you step into a sparring ring, you should wear the appropriate headgear. Although not all competitive martial arts allow headgear during tournaments, risking serious injury during regular training is an invitation for disaster. ...Read More

Best Muay Thai Shorts in 2017

Nothing will stop you in your tracks faster than a ripped seam or baggy shorts. Muay Thai, also known as Thai Kickboxing, is a vigorous sport that engages your whole body and mind. In a sport that incorporates high kicks, the little things matter. ...Read More

What is the Best Face Saver Headgear in 2017?

A face is an excellent target. Wearing the right gear to protect yours could mean the difference between victory and defeat. It could also mean the difference between a friendly handshake at the end of a sparring session and an emergency trip to the ...Read More

What are the Best Muay Thai Gloves?

Straight outta Thailand, Muay Thai (or simply Thai Boxing) is an intense full contact sport that requires use of yours fists, elbows, knees, feet, and shins.   There is no groundwork (i.e. wrestling), but there are a lot of grabs and some throws involved.  Therefore, although you ...Read More