WHAT IS MUAY THAI?
FULL CONTACT? COMPETITIVE SPORT?
It's a fact that Thai Boxing is a tough sport. Fights often end in a KO.
But at Kardia, we never train with full power or full contact. We value health, well-being, and the communal development of our fighters. Hard training should mean reaching your limit, not bashing each other's skulls in.
Muay Thai is a martial art and not a self-defense system. It's not a matter of life and death, but a fair one-on-one with sportsmanship and rules. To practice a martial art will eventually lead to the realization, that fights happen on multiple levels. To test prove yourself thaiboxing inside the ring, is just one of them. Practicing a martial art means to leave your comfort-zone and to face new challenges. We encourage every member of Kardia to fight their battles.
Strength & Conditioning
In this circle-training, all aspects of strength, endurance, mobility and agility are trained to improve your athletic performance.
The time intervals (working phase and resting phase) vary. A circle may contain any of the following exercises: Burpees, Plank, TRX Rowing, Kettlebell Swings, Russian Twists, Sprints, and many more. Furthermore, we work on improving your reaction speed, coordination and mobility while emphasizing proper technique.
The training is suited for all fitness levels and our coaches will adjust the intensity individually for each participant. A trial practice is possible in any unit.
Strength & Mobility
In this training, we focus on strengthening the core as well as improving balance and mobility by challenging your deep muscle tissue as well as your movement patterns.
We combine elements of Yoga with coordinatively-challenging movements as well as conventional strengthening-methods to reach a higher level of fitness.
This training will grant you a higher understanding of balance and specific muscle control. It is the perfect supplementation to martial arts and regular fitness training. It is suited for everybody and a trial practice is possible in every unit.