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Muay thai presentation

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  • 1.  A Thai martial art which has been around for 2,000 years
  • 2. • Combat fighters use their elbows, knees, fists, a nd kicks to crush their opponents • It requires years of disciplined training to be able to get conditioned to the intense workout, the grueling fights, and toughening shins
  • 3.  Muay Thai fighters usually spend a good amount of time toughening their shins against banana trees or sometimes by rolling glass bottles across their shins
  • 4.  The Wai Khru Ceremony is one in which due respect is given to masters and teachers
  • 5.  Sports in general helps to boost confidence and Muay Thai is no exception
  • 6.  Children begin training as young as 5 years old where they sometimes live at the gym where they train
  • 7.  Muay Thai fighters have the humbleness to be honest to themselves and work on their weaknesses
  • 8.  Just like shin conditioning, I learned to constantly condition my brain and soul  I learned to own my weaknesses and harness opportunities to work on improving them
  • 9.  I learned to be proactive rather than reactive  I learned to strike while the iron is hot
  • 10.  I learned that self discipline is more regulating than imposed discipline • I learned to think ahead of my opponents
  • 11.  Respecting role models is key to achieving success in our lives

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