Muay Thai Kickboxing Program in Brooklyn, NY
“What if one decision could improve your Health, Release Stress, Make YOU More Confident, Focused and Fit?”
Muay Thai is referred to as “The Art of Eight Limbs.” Using eight points of contact, the body mimics weapons of war: Hands – the sword and dagger; Shins & Forearms – armor against blows; Elbow -heavy mace or hammer; Legs & Knees – the ax and staff. The body operates as one unit. The knees and elbows constantly searching and testing for an opening while grappling and controlling an opponent.
DISCOVER THE LETHAL MOVEMENTS OF MUAY THAI
Muay Thai has been called the best stand-up form of martial arts in the world, time after time. That’s because you’ll learn to use all eight of your limbs: both of your arms, legs, knees and elbows. And you’ll learn to use them in a fast flurry of strikes that will leave any opponent dazed and confused. It’s powerful And it’s effective.
PASSIONATE INSTRUCTORS WILL KEEP YOU PUMPED UP & MOTIVATED
We are obsessed with Muay Thai here. And we’ve made it our mission to become the best instructors we can. We’ll encourage you through challenges, inspire you to surpass your limits and keep you perfect on every move.
GET RIPPED, TONED AND SHREDDED AS YOU TRAIN LIKE A PRO
Muay Thai fighters are some of the most ripped guys & gals on the planet: Six-pack abs. Ripped arms and legs like tree trunks. As you train & work out like a fighter, expect your body to see these changes too!
Our Muay Thai Classes Develop:
Increase Cardiovascular Conditioning
While we can not promise you Bruce Lee kicks, or becoming the next action star. We can promise you feasible goals towards all assets of fitness. Weight loss, toning, strength training and flexibility are all guaranteed through our Martial arts program. With a combination of the self discipline and self control you will attain along the way and the intense and fun workouts geared towards all ages and experience levels…Amerikick will have you feeling, and looking at your best!
Muay Thai Classes Consist of:
Shadow Boxing – Learning to master the techniques of Muay Thai at different speeds, increasing body awareness and building core strength, balance, and coordination.
Heavy Bag Training – “bag-work” is excellent physical conditioning and a whole lot of fun. This is the first “physical” part of all combat sports where you’re learning how to strike and come in contact with something.
Pad Work – This seems to be everyone’s favorite. This is when you get some one on one attention with a trainer who is holding focus mitts or kick pads. This gives you an opportunity to create a flow between the various techniques you’ve learned in class. We try to ensure everyone gets one on one attention every class.
Light Sparring – at intermediate and advanced classes, sparring is very useful to get a feel for the application of Muay Thai in a sport setting. “Len” is the Thai word for “play”. This means we keep it light and controlled for learning purposes and to avoid unnecessary injury.
Competing – no one is ever pushed to compete, but for those who would like to take their teachings to the next level and want to get in the ring, we can help you get there!