The art of Muay Thai is a great workout, an exciting sport and an excellent self defense technique all rolled into one. This physical and mental discipline includes combat known as "the art of eight weapons" because it is characterized by the combined use of punches, kicks, elbows, and knee strikes. Like most competitive full contact fighting sports, Muay Thai has a heavy focus on body conditioning, developing a high level of physical fitness and toughness.
World Champion Adi Rotem coaches Kickboxing at CrossFit Tel Aviv. Her Thai-style boxing program is suitable for every level. From beginners seeking to expose themselves to a new sport, to professional boxers or athletes that are in need of a high quality training at a facility equipped with sport specific knowledge and equipment. Classes are suitable for both men and women.
Today, the evolution of Muay Thai is finally reaping rewards and recognition. Muay Thai was recently accepted as an Olympic sport, and it is becoming quite popular in many countries throughout the world. Professional fighters in martial arts, K-1, and submission fighting all agree: Muay Thai is an essential part of being an all-around skilled fighter and having stand-up fighting skills. Muay Thai will continue to grow in popularity as new training camps and gyms open around the world, and here in Tel Aviv, as well as throughout Israel.