After all the years of help, encouragement and support that I was given during my Thai Boxing career, I believe it is now my time to give back
Muay Thai, also known as Thai Boxing, is a martial art combat sport and martial art that can be traced back to the sixteenth century as a peacetime training activity for the army of the kingdom of Siam (now Thailand, of course). Today, it is a highly popular sport with amateurs and professionals alike and has become a fun and challenging part of fitness regimes.
Ruth’s journey began at a relatively late age but she is living proof that age should be no barrier - 5 x World Champion, 3 World WBC Titles and the only woman in the world to hold the Diamond Belt.
Benefits of Thai Boxing
Thai Boxing provides a full Body workout - weight loss and body shape improvements (sculpting) with aerobic & anaerobic aspects to the sport
Boosts self discipline, confidence, strategic thinking
Unleashes the Inner Warrior
Promotes stress relief, stamina, endurance and mental health
Increases strength and cardiovascular health
Lifted mood, reduced fatigue and an increase in spiritual and mental wellbeing
Improves hip mobility
Develops agility, balance, co-ordination and flexibility,
Strengthens core and abs
Develops defensive techniques