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MMA is widely considered to be one of the most brutal and physically demanding sports in the world. In order to achieve success in the ring, fighters must be in peak physical condition and have lightning-fast reflexes. They also need to be well-versed in a variety of fighting techniques, including Muay Thai. Muay Thai is a form of boxing that originated in Thailand and is known for its wide range of strikes, including punches, elbows, knees, and kicks. In order to properly train for Muay Thai, fighters need to use specialised equipment. Each piece of equipment helps fighters to focus on different aspects of their game.
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At Made4Fighters, we understand that Muay Thai is more than just a sport - it's a way of life. That's why we offer the UK's biggest selection of Muay Thai equipment, so you can find everything you need to train and compete at your highest level. From focus mitts and belly pads to chest guards and punch bags, we have everything you need to help you reach your full potential. We also offer a wide range of brands, so you can find the perfect gear to suit your style. With over 20 brands to choose from, including Fumetsu, Venum, Hayashi, Ringside and more, we have everything you need to help you reach your goals. So whatever your level, whatever your budget, we have the perfect Muay Thai equipment for you.
Thai pads are a type of training equipment used in the martial art of Muay Thai. The pads are typically made of leather or synthetic materials, and they come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Thai pads are used to help practitioners develop proper technique, power and speed when striking. They are also used to help condition the body for the rigours of Muay Thai competition. They help to protect both the trainer and the fighter, and they also help to enhance the effectiveness of training. Here are some tips on how to wear them properly.
- Firstly, make sure that the pads are secure and snug around your arms. They should not be too loose or too tight.
- Secondly, adjust the straps so that they are not too tight and constricting. You should be able to freely move your arms and legs without feeling restricted.
- Finally, ensure that the padding is in the correct position and not slipping around. This will help you to stay protected during training.
Different Thai pads have different features depending on the brand and quality. For example, Fumetsu Alpha Pro's are hand crafted from premium matte cowhide leather to provide extra comfort for your arm while you're training with them in mind! They also come equipped with a padded interior forearm. Where as the Fairtex KPLC2 Curved Thai pads perform similarly but key difference is this specific model comes lighter weight than normal versions because they're designed curve makes holding onto kicks easier - making fighting drills more effective when combined together.