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Adult Muay Thai Kickboxing

Adult Muay Thai

Our adult Muay Thai training is an excellent workout for all levels of expertise and fitness. You will learn striking and kicking skills, burn calories, and have a lot of fun. If you are ready to get your self-defense skills nailed down, call us and we can help you get set up. Essence BJJ Walnut Creek is the place for you, and our Muay Thai team is ready to serve you!

All of the instructors are highly qualified and provide superb techniques during class. 

Muay Thai Membership starts at $99/mo

Commonly Asked Questions About Muay Thai 

Welcome to our FAQ section on Muay Thai! Here, you will find answers to common questions about Muay Thai classes, the benefits of taking them, and how to get started in martial arts. 

What are the benefits of Muay Thai training?


Muay Thai training can offer a variety of benefits, including improved cardiovascular health, increased muscle strength and tone, increased flexibility and fitness, improved balance and coordination, improved self-confidence and self-discipline, and improved self-defense skills. 

What should I know before I join a Muay Thai class?


Before joining a Muay Thai class, you should make sure that your instructor is qualified, that the class environment is safe and supportive, and that the class is tailored to your specific fitness goals and abilities. 

What equipment do I need for Muay Thai training? 


For Muay Thai and martial arts training, you will need a pair of gloves, a pair of hand wraps, and a pair of shin guards. You may also want to purchase a mouth guard and/or a head guard for additional protection. It's important to train in a safe environment, and proper equipment can help protect you and your fellow students.

What type of exercise can I expect during Muay Thai training?

During Muay Thai training, you can expect to perform a variety of exercises that focus on striking, kicking, and clinching techniques. You will also likely perform a variety of drills and exercises to improve your strength, flexibility, and endurance.

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