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Top 10 Muay Thai Fighters You Should Know

Firstly, this is not the definitive list for the best Muay Thai fighters of any era. This list features 10 Thai native fighters, past and present, that have come to shape the sport in various ways over the last few decades. To me, these are…

Meister MMA Review

Hot on the trail of my last article on Muay Thai life hacks, there is one fight brand that deserves a major shoutout. For when it comes to martial arts gear maintenance solutions, Meister MMA is truly the meister to watch for. About Meister…

Life Hacks for Muay Thai Beginners

hack /hak/ a strategy or technique for managing one's time or activities more efficiently. When I started training Muay Thai, it was like entering a whole new dimension. I have never been sporty or athletic my whole life, wasn’t a fan of…

Hydate! Coconut Water for Muay Thai

If you have ever travelled or lived in Thailand, it is hard not to fall in love with the ubiquitous coconut water. It has also come to be associated with being the beverage of tropical paradise. Now, if you didn’t know, coconut water is…

Coffee and Muay Thai

I was never a fan of coffee; always been a tea kind of person. Green tea, black tea, Indian, Chinese, Japanese, Thai milk tea, with or without sugar, tea’s my spiritual beverage. Never did enjoy the taste of coffee. That is until recently…

Muay Thai Rib Injury

Ribs. Yum. Rib injuries, not so much. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: rib injuries suck. Having rib injuries is not all it’s cracked up to be. Pardon me. But I had to get it off my chest. Argh. As I type this article in misery,…

Things to Keep in Your Muay Thai Gym Bag

With that massive gym bag of yours, you have more than enough space to house some essential items for an enhanced workout experience. Other than the usual suspects of training gear like your gloves, hand wraps and clothes, there are other…

Muay Thai Hand Injury

Although not as prevalent compared to western boxing, hand injuries are commonplace in Muay Thai. Most everyone experiences some kind of pain or soreness in their hands or wrists at some point in their training journey. Even with an arsenal…

Training Muay Thai with Glasses

I came across an interesting article predicting that almost half of the world’s population will be myopic by the year 2050. Even as we speak, nearly 40 percent of the U.S. population has myopia or shortsightedness. Now that’s a lot of…

Foam Rollers for Muay Thai

Muscle ache is almost a daily bread for most people who train Muay Thai. Muscle aches are a good thing: the wear and tear creates opportunity for the muscles to grow bigger and stronger. But the soreness can sometimes be a pain, literally.…