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The art of eight limbs is one that requires a lot of skill, hard work and dedication, but it also requires you to be properly equipped or you will be putting some of those limbs at risk. Thai boxing is a fun and fast-paced sport that will allow you to use your fists, elbows, legs and knees on your opponent, so you want to make sure that you are using the right gear to get each of those body parts used to being used, especially when you are first starting out. For more info check out US Combat Sports

Best Thai Boxing Gear Reviews 2017

Thai boxing will always require you to use gloves, but you can also begin using knee pads, shin pads, elbow pads and even headgear so that you can safely learn how to master this martial art. There are a few things that you should think about before you begin buying new gear for Muay Thai. You want to know exactly what you need and make sure that you have everything necessary so that you can train hard and without getting hurt. You also want to make sure that you’re buying products that are appropriate for your level. If you’re not used to taking hard kicks or punches during sparring, then you should buy headgear or shin pads with more padding to protect you.  A lot of the best Muay Thai products are made in Thailand specifically for this sport, so you should read reviews, check brands and ask your coaches and teammates what they think are the most important and best things to buy so that you can have the best gear that is right for you.

If you’ve ever even seen Thai boxing, then you’re aware that the outfits that are worn are slightly different that those of a lot of other martial arts. Thai boxers wear flashy, satin shorts, bright colors, often beads or braids and the women will sometimes wear skirts. A lot...
Best Thai Boxing Mouthguard Thai boxing is a rough sport, and that is no secret. Whether you’re competing at the highest level or training for fun a few times a week, you will be sure to end up getting punched, kicked, kneed and elbowed more than you ever thought you...
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Yes, boxing is mostly a male dominated sport but doesn’t mean women can’t compete and train at the highest level as well. In the last several years we have seen a huge influx of women come into the sport of MMA and boxing. Thanks to organizations like the UFC...
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Venum has been a great brand when it comes to boxing and Muay Thai gloves. Over the years, this brand has maintained its reputation and has come up with some really awesome products that deliver superb value. Venum Contender Gloves (Best Value) The Venum Contender Gloves are one such product...
1. Editor's Choice: Venum Competitor Groin Guard and Support Series When we talk about the best groin guard, we are obviously hinting at a product that can effortlessly take the hardest of low blows and protect you in the worst of situations. The Venum Competitor Groin Guard and Support Series seems...
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The sparring gloves that impressed us in every aspect are the Contender boxing gloves by Venus. Venus has made an unbeatable reputation for itself in the boxing gear category. Durability and comfort are some of the best aspects about Venus gloves that boxers love. Just the right amount of padding,...
Best Speed Bag Review
Probably one of the most iconic and clearly the coolest-looking training items for boxing is the speed bag. It is the first thing a lot of people think of when imagining training hard for a boxing match, and often associated with the music from an 80’s montage. But why...
If you want the ultimate in protection, then we recommend the Shock Doctor Gel Max Convertible Mouthguard. It comes with a unique gel liner for a superior fit and with a heavy duty frame to take maximum damage while protecting your brain, jaw and teeth. As someone who has used...
No matter what level athlete you are, if you are training Muay Thai, then you will need a proper pair of shin guards. They are important for protection while you train, and they allow you to push past the boundaries that your legs could handle on their own. With...
If you’re going to train Muay Thai, then you might want to buy your own gloves so you can have a pair that you are used to and that fit your hands properly. Having the best gloves for you can make a huge difference in your game. They give...