Muay Thai originated in Thailand. It’s also known as the “exercise of eight legs”, “science of eight bodies”, and “the art of eight limbs” because it is characterized by the combined use of fists, elbows, knees, shins, being associated with a good physical preparation.
The winner of Muay Thai competitions are decided by a combination of physical form, skills, strength, strategy, and mental tenacity. It is versatile, ever changing, and not limited to a fixed set of moves. This is precisely what makes it so unique, profound, and holistic. Many people calls Muay Thai the art that originated in Thailand, but belongs to the world, as people from all around the world practise it.
This past Sunday, Muay Thai and Cross Training Hybrid Gym Cross Muay Thai held the third episode of Art of Eight (AO8) Competition in Nexus, Bangsar South City. Competitors from around the world were present to win the ultimate title. MonGalaxy, a company under Monspace Multinational Corp was also one of the sponsors of the event.
As one of the most popular sports in the world, Muay Thai has its unique value. Its training is no doubt one of the best modes of exercises, and a great way to train ones discipline. Practitioners have to stick closely to everything the master teaches, and all formally trained Muay Thai fighters need a strong body, quick reflexes, and refined skills.
Its values are no doubt what Monspace Multinational Corp stands for, and the sponsorship is a way for the company to promote sportsmanship and the values of determination. In future, Monspace Multinational Corp plans to organise similar competitions, so more people can experience and learn the great art of sportsmanship.