Most famous MMA movies
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by Clare
4M ago
Ranking the "top 8" best MMA movies of all time is subjective and can vary based on individual preferences. However, here's a list of some of the most acclaimed and popular MMA movies that have left a lasting impact on audiences: 1. Warrior (2011) - This emotionally charged drama follows the story of two estranged brothers who enter a high-stakes MMA tournament for different reasons. With powerful performances from Tom Hardy, Joel Edgerton, and Nick Nolte, "Warrior" is widely regarded as one of the best MMA films ever made. 2. Redbelt (2008) - Directed by David Mamet, "Redbelt" offers a unique ..read more
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What will you expect training in Thailands
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by Clare
4M ago
A typical daily training program for Muay Thai fighters is intensive and structured to develop various aspects of their fighting skills, physical fitness, and mental toughness. While specific routines may vary based on the fighter's level, goals, and the gym's schedule, a comprehensive training program typically includes multiple sessions focusing on technique, conditioning, sparring, and recovery. Let's delve into a detailed description of a typical day in the life of a Muay Thai fighter, outlining the key components of their training regimen: Morning Session (8:00 AM - 11:00 AM) 1. Warm-Up ..read more
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The best Muay Thai gloves
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by Clare
4M ago
Muay Thai gloves are essential equipment for practitioners of the art. They protect the hands during training and competition, providing support, comfort, and safety. When it comes to choosing the best Muay Thai gloves brand, several factors come into play, including quality, durability, comfort, fit, and value for money. In this comprehensive guide, we'll explore some of the top Muay Thai gloves brands in detail, examining their features, reputation, and popularity within the Muay Thai community. 1. Fairtex: Fairtex is a legendary Muay Thai brand that has been producing high-quality equipment ..read more
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Kindness Goes A Long Way : Martial Arts Etiquette
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by Jeremy Ng
1y ago
The word “etiquette” is one that is commonly mispronounced by many people (myself included. Perhaps it's due to our Singaporean accent?) The right pronunciation is actually "air-ti-kat" not "air-ti-kurt". Oxford dictionary defines etiquette as “The customary code of polite behavior in society or among members of a particular profession or group” The word etiquette derives from the French language and its meaning is “list of ceremonial observances of a court”. Martial Arts being a sport that instils discipline and respect to your coach, opponent and sparring partner, naturally has a set of comm ..read more
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Empty Stomach Before A Workout? 3 Easy-to-fix meals to add to your pre-workout routine
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by Jeremy Ng
1y ago
Last week, we spoke about the benefits of exercising and exercising in the morning with specific examples given to the discipline of Muay-Thai. We concluded that exercise and Muay-Thai not only make us stronger physically but also mentally and emotionally as it improves our self-esteem and boost our confidence. However, no workout can be done (at least for Intern Jeremy) on an empty stomach and today we will be looking at things from a nutrition point-of-view with recipes included so everyone can eat well and kick well! The question that has stumped many including Intern Jeremy would be “Shou ..read more
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Money & Martial Arts : A Mutually Benefitting Relationship
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by Jeremy Ng
1y ago
Money, Martial Arts. These 2 words are not often found together in a single sentence and it is easy to see why. Muay Thai originated not for money-making purposes but as a necessity to defend Thailand against intruders and instil various values such as discipline and respect in the 14th century. After World War 1, with the opening up of Thailand to the outside world, more tourist came to Thailand and partook in the Thai culture, thereby also bringing back elements of the Thai culture when they went back to their own country. This resulted in Muay Thai being introduced and adopted as an alterna ..read more
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The Jungle Experience: A First-Timer Experience
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by Jeremy Ng
1y ago
I am sure that all of us have definitely gone to a place for the first time at least once in our life. Be it going to a new workplace, a new school or even going to a restaurant that you have never visited before and is going for the first time. The fear of not knowing what to expect from going somewhere for the first time can be intimidating but it does not have to be! A research surveying consumer loyalty finds that 93% of consumer attributed the positive experience they experienced as a reason for repeated consumption of a product/ brand. This is why it is very important for brands to provi ..read more
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A Look Into A Muay Thai Session At Jungle : Asking the Why.
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by Jeremy Ng
1y ago
Anyone who has done a lesson at The Jungle would be familiar with Coach Henry or any other Jungle coach instructing them to do 3 minutes of skipping rope as a warmup followed by some shadow boxing, kicks conditioning, techniques and finally abs conditioning ( which our members love btw because it symbolizes the end of this workout hell). However, our coaches would not instruct our members to do something that only tortures them and bring about no benefits right? ( Or maybe they will) In today post, we will be breaking down every different component section in a Muay Thai lesson, asking why we ..read more
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Morale & Team Building : The Co-Relation
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by Jeremy Ng
1y ago
Hello everyone, its me, J again. And today I will be sharing about the concept of employee morale and why team bonding/ building are often the go-to for boosting employee morale. Employee morale is defined as “The satisfaction, attitude, and overall outlook of employees during their association with an organization” Why is it so important you ask, Employee morale is directly correlated to your organization’s overall productivity, competitiveness in the market, and, in turn, the profitability of the company. Employees who have a higher level of employee morale tend to be more productive, more s ..read more
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WHY YOU CAN BURN 700 CALORIES IN A MUAY THAI SESSION!
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by admin749703
1y ago
Muay Thai is a fighting sport that combines elements of boxing, kickboxing, and other forms of martial arts into its techniques. It is a physically demanding endeavor that calls for a significant investment of both time and effort. As a consequence of this, it might be an excellent strategy for losing weight and increasing calorie burn. There are a number of factors that contribute to Muay Thai's effectiveness as a means of burning calories, including the following: 1: Exercise for the Whole Body: Muay Thai is a form of exercise that works out the whole body at once, targeting multiple differe ..read more
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