Muay Thai Ottawa - Kickboxing Kun Khmer
Are you interested in combat fitness?
Looking for something to do in Ottawa?
Want to take your mixed martial arts (MMA) training to the next level?
We’ve got a solution: Kun Khmer (or Muay Thai) kickboxing could be the perfect martial art sport for you! Originating in South East Asian countries like Cambodia, Thailand and Laos, this kickboxing sport is characterized by various kicking techniques (obviously) and the incredibly impressive skill of using “8 limbs”: your hands, elbows, knees and shins. This is why it’s commonly known as ‘the science of eight limbs’ pretty impressive if you ask us! If you’re thinking about signing up for a class, why not come in for a free trial? Come check out what a premier Ottawa martial arts studio has to offer! And hey, while you’re here, why not read below to find out more about Kun Khmer (Muay Thai Kickboxing) and its history.
HISTORY OF KUN KHMER (MUAY THAI KICKBOXING)
Muay Thai is a specific type of thai kickboxing that is also known as the science of eight limbs. Kun Khmer and Muay Thai are the national sports of tropical Cambodia and Thailand. As a matter of fact, that is where the sport was taken from the streets to the world stage. Its proven effectiveness is the reason why this sport is practiced worldwide and is known by almost everyone in the martial arts community! In fact, it has become a staple in Mixed Martial Arts today (such as UFC). Characterized by using a mix of offensive striking and defensive techniques, this martial art is highly effective at long and medium ranges and in stand-up grappling (also called the clinch).
What’s the clinch you ask?
It’s a close-range grappling technique commonly used in Kun Khmer (Muay Thai Kickboxing). Opponents battle for the dominant position with short range strikes by way of elbows and knees to wear down or finish an opponent. If this sounds complicated, don’t worry, we break it down so it is very easy to understand and practice yourself - you’ll be surprised how quickly you could be excelling at it!
We accept all skill levels in our classes, from low to high there’s a class tailored to your experience or lack thereof.
WHAT TO EXPECT IN A KUN KHMER OR MUAY THAI KICKBOXING CLASS
At Tina Takashi Martial Arts and Fitness, our classes are inclusive, fun and we guarantee you’ll leave feeling like you just had an excellent work out! When it comes to Kun Khmer or Muay Thai, kickboxing workouts include sport-specific drills like calisthenics, bag work, pad work, intense conditioning and specific drills to sharpen the eight weapons (remember the science of eight limbs). The reason we practice many of these activities is so that our bodies become trained to use the muscles when we need them for defensive or offensive moves. In Kun Khmer or Muay Thai kickboxing, your shoulders, arms and legs will be used to stop your opponent from executing his techniques. This can be a pretty empowering experience! Find out more about what to expect by reviewing our various programs below.
OUR KUN KHMER (MUAY THAI KICKBOXING) PROGRAMS
Our specialized programs are broken down for beginners, advanced, recreational, private and competitor classes. Get ready to be trained in one of the best martial arts classes available! You’ll learn functional combat skills, get in shape, lose weight and have fun all at once!
So, what are you waiting for? Come train in an Ottawa premiere athletic club with some of the most amazing martial arts trainers in Canada!
VARIETY OF MARTIAL ARTS CLASSES AVAILABLE
Not sure if kun khmer (muay thai) is your thing? Don’t worry, we’ve got a multitude of other types of martial arts classes that may interest you! Please click here to find out more.
Stop wondering what to do in Ottawa and come in for a free trial today! Our classes are fun, invigorating and teach you the basics of self defense all while getting in great shape!
|Mon||7:00pm - 8:00pm|
|Mon||8:00pm - 9:00pm|Competitors class|
|Tue||7:00pm - 8:00pm|Kun Khmer & Kick Fit|
|Tue||8:00pm - 9:00pm|Advanced|
|Wed||8:00pm - 9:00pm|
|Wed||9:00pm - 9:30pm|Sparring|
|Thu||8:00pm - 9:00pm|
|Thu||9:00pm - 9:30pm|Sparring|