Muay Thai Heavy Bag
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Perfect for high-impact Muay Thai training involving low and high leg kicks, the Creed Muay Thai Heavy Bag offered by Family Fitness at Home is made for the serious combat trainer. With its extra-thick vinyl, lace-top closure, and web straps attached with leather tabs, this bag is unmatched in durability. Recommended for Muay Thai, MMA and fitness training.
Approx. 100 lbs.
14″ Diameter x 70″ Tall
A two-year replacement warranty is available through Century for all Creed™ Pro Training Gear. You must keep your receipt for your warranty to be valid. Replacement is based on wear and proper use of the gear during training. The warranty covers all professional gear within the Creed Pro Training Gear line.
- Bag Type : Hanging
- Bag Weight : > 75lbs
- Brand : Century
- Height : > 65 in.
- Line : Creed
- Martial Arts Style : Muay Thai
-You’re probably already familiar with the brutality and beauty of muay thai. This ancient art of warriors and kings is heavily favored in modern MMA, and. However, muay thai tradition has a long history of rituals, superstitions and unique cultural views that are less common. Here is a brief history of the origin of muay thai and some of its more common rituals and meanings.
What Is Muay Thai?
Unlike kickboxing and boxing, muay thai uses every part of the body. In fact, it is known as “the art of eight limbs:” two knees, two legs/shins, two arms, and two elbows. Its powerful offensive capabilities make it a popular form of martial arts for the most vicious MMA fighters. It also has a more elegant side. Some moves create an almost dance-like grace.
Like most martial arts, muay thai moves are often blended with other fighting styles to create a mixed martial arts approach that works for MMA or other fighting traditions. Because of this, the rituals and history of muay thai are typically pushed to the side or completely forgotten in Western gyms.