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What is Muay Thai?

Muay Thai: What your friends and family should know.

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John Wayne Parr Seminar at Double Dose Muay Thai

John Wayne Parr Seminar at Double Dose Muay Thai

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T.A.G. Muay Thai’s 2nd Sparring Exhibition

T.A.G. Muay Thai’s 2nd Sparring Exhibition

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World Thai Boxing Association’s Teachers Day – October 16

World Thai Boxing Association – How to Celebrate Teachers Day

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Self-Defense for Kids at Cub Scout Workshop

Self-Defense for Kids at Cub Scout Workshop

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May 30, 2019

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Muay Thai Words & Phrases Decoded (Thai to English)

Muay Thai Words Translated from Thai to English

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Grab the “Bull” in Bullying by the Horns

Bullying: The Prevalence of Bullying in Middle & High Schools

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The Facts About Fighting In Schools

School Fights & Statistics

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May 30, 2019

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Things to do in Sterling, VA

Family Friendly Things to do in Sterling, VA

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11 Ways Muay Thai Traditions Can Make You A Better Person

11 Ways Muay Thai Traditions Can Make Us Better People

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May 30, 2019

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Is Learning Muay Thai Dangerous?

Authentic Muay Thai fights and even knee or elbow strikes in popularized UFC fights tend to result in brutal and bloody scenes. Thousands of years ago, those movements were designed to cause maximum devastation as quickly as possible. Muay Thai practiced in a “training” setting is a scene that focuses on technique and less on blood and destruction.

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Muay Thai Shorts 101

Muay Thai is an ancient martial art dating back to 2nd or 3rd B.C. Thailand; the fighting style did not become an official sport beyond Thai warrior use until the 1400’s. Though Muay Thai has been around for a long time, regulations weren’t introduced to competitive fighting until the 1930’s.

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5 Things You Miss When You Take A Break From Muay Thai

Why would you ever want to take a break from Muay Thai? But I get it, sometimes you have to. Whether it’s taking a few days off after a major tournament, a few weeks off to focus on another area of your life, or a few months off due to medical reasons or change in life situation, getting back into training is tough.

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Why Gym Loyalty Is Important

Because your gym is your home.

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May 30, 2019

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11 Tips To Improve Your Flexibility In Muay Thai

Aside from delivering super high kicks, flexible joints also allow Nak Muays to use less energy for the same movements. With flexibility comes a lowered risk of injury, quick muscle recovery, and better blood flow.

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Muay Thai Boxing and the Biomechanical Analysis of the Kinetic Chain

Muay Thai Boxing and the Biomechanical Analysis of the Kinetic Chain

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May 30, 2019

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What Muay Thai Taught Me

Muay Thai has been a gift to me. It has affected every aspect of my life in more ways than I ever could have imagined.

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May 30, 2019

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Reflections After 3 Years At TAG Muay Thai

This week is my 3rd anniversary at TAG Muay Thai.

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How To Recover From A Tough Sparring Session

As a Nak Muay, sparring is one of the most beneficial training tools in your arsenal. However, it can be tough and it takes real skill to be a good sparring partner.

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Muay Thai Weight Loss Journey

I started training with T.A.G. Muay Thai for my weight loss journey.

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Nutrition Is The Key For Muay Thai Success View Larger Image

As the holiday festivities draw to a close and New Year’s resolutions are made, it’s time to start thinking about how to take your Muay Thai game to the next level.

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May 30, 2019

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Muay Thai (for moms)

Written by Shaida Hong

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Best Holiday Gifts For A Nak Muay (Muay Thai Student)

It’s that time of year again, but for anyone who trains Muay Thai, you know that there is no off season! With the holidays approaching, now is the best time to stock up on some great Muay Thai gear to help you reach the next level in the new year. Whether you’re looking for a gift for a teammate, coach, family member or friend this holiday season, here are some of the best and affordable gifts for any Muay Thai fighter:

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May 30, 2019

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The Saga of a Single Mom

Written by Shaida Hong

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Martial Arts Motivation: 25 Quotes for Fighters

Every single person on the planet can sometimes use encouragement from someone else, whether that form of encouragement comes from competition, a smile, or a motivational quote. Martial artist are no different, our team has scoured the internet for quotes to inspire and keep martial arts student pushing no matter what.

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The 411 On Top Martial Art Forms Sweeping the Nation

At T.A.G. Muay Thai, we really love Muay Thai, but our instructor as well as students often choose to learn from other martial arts disciplines which is a beautiful thing. We’ve highlighted 4 different martial art forms below that have been trending upwards in the USA for the past couple of years. Find out what makes each discipline so unique. Knowing the pros and cons may even help you decide which martial art form(s) is/are best for you.

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13 Remedies for Shin Pain

Muay Thai is a unique martial art in that no other martial art uses the shin quite like Thai Boxers do. In Muay Thai, you kick with your shin, not your foot! This can cause some discomfort in the beginning or after your first fight.

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