(also called Muay Thai; known as Lethwei in Burma)

History: Thai Kickboxing, or Muay Thai, is both a brutal martial art and the most popular spectator sport in Thailand. Because this style uses the hands, elbows, knees and feet to strike, it is sometimes called the "science of eight limbs." Although the modern sport requires the combatants to wear boxing gloves, the knees and elbows are not padded, and these are used to deliver devastating attacks that serve to make Thai Kickboxers some of the toughest fighters on Earth and the careers of most Thai Kickboxers painfully short.

Prerequisite: Combat Martial Arts.

Effect: You are proficient in punch and kick attacks and are considered armed with making such attacks. This feat adds Balance, Intimidate, and Pressure Points to your list of class skills. Thai Kickboxing attacks are modified by Strength.

Kick Boxing Guide

Kick Boxing Guide

This is a guide that will help you learn everything you are needing to know about kick boxing. You will learn such things as all the safety tips, misconceptions, perfect workouts, all the basics and so much more.

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