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    Kickboxing

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    It's commonly accepted that humans generally only have four limbs, but if you ask the folks at Chicago MMA, they'd say you have eight. Its not that they think you're some kind of octopus spider, instead they teach Muay Thai, a fighting style that incorporates hands, elbows, knees and legs (i.e. eight limbs). Considered one of the most powerful fighting techniques on the planet, Muay Thai will help you defend yourself in almost any situation. You'll burn fat, build endurance and gain speed while you get your blood pumping. So while you're not an octopus spider, people may start calling you that after this class...
    Kickboxing

    1528 N Halsted St, Chicago

    • Learn the fundamentals of kickboxing through various strikes and combinations
    • Build your conditioning, endurance and strength to where you want them to be
    • Practice one of the most effective striking techniques in the world
    • Open to all skill levels
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    Expert Level Muay Thai

    Muay Thai is the national sport of Thailand -- the art form is so old it was developed as a means to fight the invading Burmese warriors. The "Art of Eight Limbs," incorporates devastating kicks, punches, knees, and elbows. You'll find that this style is much like cardio kickboxing, but you'll learn how to realistically fight and defend yourself in the process. Whether you're learning for self-defense purposes or you're just looking for a toned body, Muay Thai will kick you into shape and keep your guard up and ready.
    Expert Level Muay Thai

    520 Madison Ave, Chicago

    • Learn the devastating kicks, punches, knees, and elbows used in Muay Thai
    • Fight your way to proper self-defense
    • Tone and shape your body in this high-intensity martial arts class
    • No experience necessary
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    Muay Thai

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    Muay Thai fighting is not for the faint of heart. It demands all of you, literally. Known as "the art of eight limbs," this style of fighting requires you to use your knees, elbows, fists, and shins as you strive to take down your opponent. If the thought of using your shin as a weapon has you smiling from ear to ear, then this class is for you. Learn the art of Muay Thai from an experienced instructor and discover the secrets to getting all those limbs into play. You'll practice punches, kicks, clinches, foot thrusts, and elbow moves as you develop an understanding of not just your own body, but also your opponent's. Whether you're new to the sport or want to strengthen your practice, this class is perfect for all levels.
    Muay Thai

    1508 Miner St, Des Plaines

    • Learn the fundamentals of Muay Thai fighting from a professional instructor
    • Practice essential punches, kicks, clinches, and foot thrusts
    • Discover the keys to reading your opponent's moves
    • Develop a higher level of mental and physical fitness
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    Muay Thai

    Imagine having to fight a person with eight limbs. Scary, isn't it? Not if you have training in the martial art of Muay Thai (conveniently known as the science of eight limbs)! In this class, you will learn fundamental Muay Thai techniques, including punches, kicks, elbows, knees, standing grappling, and head-butts to wear down and knock out your opponent. Harness devastating power, speed, and endurance in this safe training that puts a lot of emphasis on keeping fighters healthy between fights. Embrace this art form that has influence far outside of the fighting ring!
    Muay Thai

    7038 Milwaukee Ave, Niles

    • Explore the basics of Muay Thai, the combat sport that draws its roots from Thailand
    • Learn how to use punches, kicks, elbows, and knees to conquer your opponents
    • Sharpen your mental skills and physical endurance in this highly diverse practice
    • Tap into your inner strength and assert yourself as a fearless fighter
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