muay thai

(redirected from Muy Thai)

mu·ay thai

 (mo͞o′ī′ tī′)
A form of kickboxing that is traditional in Thailand and includes blows using the elbow and knee.

[Thai muai thai : muai, boxing + thai, Thai.]

Muay Thai

(ˈmuːeɪ ˈtaɪ)
(Martial Arts (other than Judo & Karate) & Combat Sports) a martial art developed in Thailand in which blows may be struck with the fists, elbows, knees, and shins
Muay Thai
Muay Thai
muaj-tajotaja piedboksado
Muay thai
Muay ThaiThaiboksen
boks tajski
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There are leaders available for whatever type of workout you and your new workout buddies prefer, be it muy thai, barre, yoga for new moms, or even firefighters training to take the FDNY entrance exams.
ey sometimes go more than twice a day as they work to perfect the discipline which incorporates kick-boxing, muy thai, boxing, karate, escrima, weaponry, self-defence and krav maga.
The martial arts styles represented are karate, Kung Fu, judo, Silat, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Capoiera, Muy Thai, Mixed Martial Arts and Parkour.
The fists and feet fly fast and furiously in "Chok Dee," a formulaic but surprisingly gripping (kick)boxing pic that benefits from the raw energy of star Dida Diafat, an 11-time Muy Thai boxing champion in a semifictionalized version of his own life story.
Diafat stars as Ryan, a delinquent French-Algerian youth from the mean streets of a suburban Paris slum who ends up in prison after hot-wiring a truck His cellmate, former Muy Thai boxer Jean (Bernard Giraudeau), sees in Ryan the raw material of a future champion.
Upon release, Ryan puts what little money he has toward a plane ticket to Bangkok, where he aspires to become that rare foreigner granted access to professional Muy Thai competitions.
With three five-minute rounds it's a mix of martial arts incorporating judo, Ju-Jitsu, Muy Thai and kick-boxing as well as traditional boxing and wresting.