If you’re planning to learn a martial art, you’re probably interested in securing the many physical, mental, and health-boosting benefits of martial arts training. You might also understand that mastering a martial art is a significant challenge that requires dedication, hard work, and hundreds—if not thousands—of hours of training.
As anyone who trains at Tallahassee’s Train. Fight. Win. knows, Bang Muay Thai isn’t exotic cuisine, but a mixed martial arts (MMA) striking system. This hybrid style of martial arts relies on techniques, moves, and strategies used in western boxing, Dutch kickboxing, wrestling, karate, and Muay Thai, Thailand’s traditional martial art. The BMT system has been widely adopted by professional and amateur MMA fighters and BMT training has become widely popular as a self-defenses and fitness regimen for non-fighters.