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Stylish Boxing Gloves – Make Heads Turn!

If you spend a good deal of time everyday in the fight gym, you might as well look good doing it with a pair of stylish boxing gloves. Because let’s face it, many of us hit the gym to work on looking fitter, better and getting that body…

Breathable Boxing Gloves: No More Glove Stench

Glove stench is common amongst people with sweaty hands. After training, the interior of the gloves are soaked with sweat and when left uncleaned, the dampness makes them a thriving environment for bacteria to grow. Moisture breeds…

Best Muay Thai Gloves: Fairtex vs Twins vs Top King

This is it, the ultimate faceoff, the clash of the titans. Fairtex, Twins Special and Top King are -without a doubt- the three most popular Muay Thai brands in the world. Almost every Muay Thai practitioner owns one or the other brand of…

Rash Guard for Muay Thai: Training in Style

Are you thinking about wearing a rash guard for Muay Thai training? As mixed martial arts (MMA) get more popular, more and more fighters are cross-training several forms of combat sports. Many gyms are responding to this demand by offering…

Best Headgear For Muay Thai

Do you need a headgear for Muay Thai sparring? For the majority of people who train Muay Thai casually, no, you don’t need headgear. The chances of sustaining head injuries during Muay Thai sparring is statistically much lesser -than…

Pink! Women’s Muay Thai Shorts

Hey ladies, are you tired of the over-masculine Muay Thai shorts designs? Looking to add a touch of femininity to your workout style while you kick ass at Muay Thai training or sparring? If so, just sit back, relax and get ready for a…

Best Muay Thai Shorts for Big Guys

No apparel or gear defines the Muay Thai fighter as uniquely as the Muay Thai shorts. However, for many bigger or above average sized people, the struggle to find a pair that fits right is real. Them Muay Thai shorts are often way too…

Best Muay Thai Sparring Gear

You’ve suffered countless bruises from kicking, kneeing and elbowing those rock hard heavy bags. You’ve done enough pad work and you know pretty much most of the basic Muay Thai maneuvers. You have proven yourself and your Kru believes that…

How to Wash Rash Guard

For anyone who has ever worn rash guards for training BJJ, MMA or Muay Thai, there is no looking back once you try them on the first time. They feel great to train in; keeps you dry and comfy; and they look really awesome. While rash guards…