Martial Arts is largely known as a sport of strength, fighting and discipline. It comes in different styles depending on where a particular style originates from. It is also used by the men and women in uniform as a technique to enforce law and order.
But in the recent past, the practice of martial arts has been adopted as a quicker approach to attain certain levels of fitness and weight loss. Martial arts usually involve gruesome workouts which tend to produce positive results.
Recently, The City Gym, a premier health and wellness facility in Kampala City, Kampala Boulevard building, introduced Muay Thai, a type of martial arts from Thailand as a form of workout customers can use to their fitness objectives.
The City Gym already offered Taekwondo and Kick Boxing lessons. The addition of Muay Thai confirms further that martial arts offers the right option for people desperate to reshape their bodies.
The City Gym says kickboxing and Mix Martial Arts includes cardio calisthenics, bag work (150lb. bag), punch – kick – knee elbow strikes, partner drills, pad work, and core strengthening exercises.
Martial arts, according to The City Gym, burns hundreds of calories, challenges your mind and body and the fastest way to that toned fighter physique you seek.
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