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Thai boxing in Hamburg

Thai boxing – my passion that started it all. As a Muay Thai personal trainer, I cover different types of boxing. Muay Thai is Thailand’s national sport and one of the toughest martial arts in the world today. The history of Muay Thai, or Thai boxing, is deeply rooted in Thai tradition. This tough, incredibly dynamic and fascinating martial art demands everything from its opponents. For many Thais, Thai boxing is more than just a sport – it is a way of life and a way of earning a living. For active participants, Muay Thai offers a great training program to keep fit and to learn effective self-defense. For this reason, Thaiboxing Hamburg is increasingly frequented by women who do not want to take part in competitions.

The effectiveness of Muay Thai

Not everyone who practices Muay Thai automatically has to take part in competitions. The sport is extremely time-consuming and requires very good preparation in order to prevent injuries in the best possible way. However, the benefits of pure Muay Thai training are so diverse that anyone can benefit from it. A certain basic level of fitness, humility and the will to learn are required. Due to the effectiveness and dominance of this fascinating martial art in the stand-up sector, demand for Muay Thai has truly exploded with the emergence of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) and the many other international MMA organizations. One of the reasons why Muay Thai training or Thai boxing training is now an integral part of mixed martial arts (MMA). The efficiency of Muay Thai Hamburg makes it possible for women and young people in particular to successfully defend themselves against attacks.

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Your Boxing Coach is YOUR Muay Thai personal trainer and group trainer with
30 years of active experience.

How I came to Thai boxing Hamburg

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In the early 90s, at the age of about 15, a friend who already had experience in Thai boxing brought a VHS tape of Muay Thai fights from the famous Lumpini Stadium (LINK) in Thailand. A Dutch boxer named Ramon Dekkers was the first foreigner to stand out with his dynamic and offensive fighting style. From that moment on, I was immediately fascinated by Dekker’s performance and his will to win. Dekkers was still at the beginning of his career at the time and quickly became a crowd favorite over the years thanks to his numerous successes and entertaining fighting style. The eight-time Muay Thai world champion was the first foreigner to receive the “Muay Thai Fighter of the Year” award and was voted one of the best Thai boxers ever to have fought in Thailand by both Thais and foreigners. Over the years, my sporting idols have significantly motivated me to want to continue practicing this exciting sport into old age, which is why I started Your Boxing Coach Thaiboxing Hamburg and my Muay Thai Personal Training.

Thai boxing Hamburg – Free trial training*


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About my qualification

Your Boxing Coach is a Muay Thai personal trainer and group trainer with 30 years of active experience in Muay Thai and kickboxing. As a certified kickboxing trainer of the largest international professional association, the World Association of Kickboxing Organizations (WAKO), it is my goal to help you progress in Muay Thai personal training and to teach you the large repertoire of techniques. To this day, I have supported various world champions and internationally successful kick and Thai boxers in their preparation for competitions and still take every opportunity to train actively with them and their coaching staff and to further my education.

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A brief digression into the history of Muay Thai

Muay Thai is known as the art of the eight limbs. In contrast to western boxing, this martial art allows punches, kicks, elbows, knees and clinching. In other words, the use of all extremities with their eight points of contact. Muay Thai is derived from the older martial art known as Muay Boran, which originated on the battlefield and goes far beyond the techniques of today’s Muay Thai due to its complexity and the use of different weapons. The exact influences that gave rise to Muay Thai have not yet been clearly disproved. However, historians agree that the tradition of Muay Thai is closely linked to Thailand’s history, which dates back around a thousand years.

The first major upswing of Muay Thai as a sport took place in 1584 under King Naresuan, at a time that has gone down in the history books as the Ayuddhaya period.
Thai boxing became the favorite sport and pastime of the people, the army and the king, which is why the sport is also called the ‘sport of kings’ in Thailand. To this day, the Thai royal military is still taught Muay Thai training as a close combat technique.

Historical sources show that even in earlier times, people from all walks of life flocked to the training camps and were interested in Muay Thai personal training. Regardless of age or social class, everyone had the goal of learning Muay Thai. Each village staged its own prize fights and had its own champions. The betting tradition is deeply rooted in the sport and large sums are still wagered on the outcome of fights to this day. Every fight has always grown from a sporting event to a competition of local pride.

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Thai boxing Hamburg – Experience a new body awareness and benefit from unimagined energy

What techniques are taught in Muay Thai Personal Training?

Boxing in Muay Thai conforms to the rules and only differs from western boxing in that punches from a turn with the back of the hand are also permitted. One major difference to Western boxing, however, is that boxing techniques tend to be executed from full distance and half distance, as there is a risk of being taken into a clinch by the opponent and attacked with knees or elbows. As an experienced boxing coach and Muay Thai personal trainer, I will explain the differences and train with you on the claw and sandbag.

Kicks are also part of Muay Thai techniques and, unlike other martial arts, are not only practiced with the foot, but more often with the more robust shin. The kicks are accelerated to high speed by rotating the entire body and are aimed at the target with a targeted impact angle. In our Muay Thai personal training, I pay particular attention to ensuring that my participants’ kicks are only executed by correctly twisting the entire body so that they can develop their full power.

Elbows are also an integral part of private Thai boxing training and are a very effective close combat weapon. Punches or blows with the elbow can be delivered at lightning speed from any angle and often leave lacerations on hits to the head. The techniques with the elbows and the use of the knees are the reason why Thai boxers are particularly difficult to control at close range.

Knees are another weapon of Muay Thai training and fighting. Knee strikes may not be aimed at the genitals or the back of the head, depending on varying regulations. Knee strikes are a very effective weapon at close range, which is further intensified by clinching (holding the opponent).

Clinching is when opponents wrestle in a standing position. This involves trying to unbalance the opponent, open up their guard or identify gaps in their cover in order to attack them with knees and elbows or even bring them down. In our Muay Thai personal training, we go through complex clinch techniques so that you are optimally prepared for a close combat scenario.

Catching and holding kicks are also part of Muay Thai training. By catching and holding kicks, opponents are stopped in their attack and are easier to attack due to the lack of balance on one leg. By sweeping or throwing the opponent, he can be brought down, which usually does not result in a knockout, but can have a demoralizing effect on the opponent’s fight. Catching and holding kicks is also a very effective technique that other fighting styles find difficult to deal with. In our private Thai boxing training, we go through different scenarios to neutralize opponent kicks.

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Muay Thai personal training is the most effective workout that Thaiboxing Hamburg has to offer. This fighting style is extremely variable and thrives on fast punch and kick combinations as well as clinching, wrestling in a standing position. Training at Muay Thai Hamburg trains the muscles of all parts of the body and leads to increased strength, endurance, flexibility, coordination and improved balance after just a short time.

Training goals in personal Thai boxing Hamburg

The training objectives of Thai boxing private training are:

  • Strength endurance
  • Explosiveness
  • Mobility
  • Coordination
  • Speed
  • Stability
  • and flexibility, which are the focus of every Muay Thai personal training session.

Due to its high intensity, private Thai boxing training is very suitable for increasing fitness levels, as even a short Muay Thai training session has similar results to a longer endurance run or swimming. Private Thai boxing training over a longer period of time has an effect on the oxygen capacity in the blood and leads to an economization of movement sequences. As the calorie consumption in Muay Thai Hamburg is correspondingly high, Muay Thai personal training is ideal for losing weight. The self-defense aspect should also not be forgotten, which is why private Thai boxing training is also ideal for women and young people who are interested in a particularly effective form of self-defense.

The Muay Thai training with Your Boxing Coach consists of partner exercises, work on the claw and on the punching bag, where I pay attention to the correct execution of the techniques and at the same time encourage you to perform at your best.
Regardless of whether you want to take part in personal kickboxing training or Muay Thai personal training – achieving your health and sporting goals is my top priority. During our private training I motivate you during the last repetitions and do everything to ensure that the fun factor is not neglected in our Muay Thai training. And your personal trainer costs remain within the absolute green range.

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