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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.

review to find the best protective gear from your brain and head
The top pick for us in the category of boxing headgear is the RDX Zero Impact Leather-X Grill Head Guard. RDX Sports is a leading name in the fitness industry for a few decades now. They manufacture and export their boxing, MMA and Muay Thai fitness gear all over...
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Bad Boy Pro Series 3.0 Precision mitts kick ass. Not only are they light, compact and protection they are made durable and come at great value. For anyone who has ever used focus mitts knows that they are one well of a workout. Not only are you forced towards constant...
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Our top pick of the best boxing body protector is the Contender Fight Sports Heavy Hitter Body Protector. The Contender brand of boxing gear and equipment is quite good and of great quality. We would certainly recommend this to coaches, who are into boxing and mixed martial arts as...
Any sport that utilizes blows to the head can cause serious damage if exposed to it over time. If you plan on taking up Thai boxing, then it is beneficial for you to have headgear to protect yourself during heavy sparring, clinch training and even amateur competition. Without proper...
Our top pick of the Best Thai Ankle wrap goes to the Venum brand. Anyone who has tried them, knows. This brand maintains its quality as well as the durability of the product. The Venum Foot Grip is perfectly designed and manufactured with the right material, offering optimal ankle protection. Why Ankle...
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...
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...
There are a lot of stereotypes about skipping. Some people think it’s girly or ineffectual. Skipping is one of the best exercises known to man. It combine agility, footwork, cardio and stamina.  It also causes significantly less impact on the body than running or other forms of cardio. However most...
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...