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Best Muay Thai T-Shirts – A 2019 Collection

When it comes to Muay Thai style, having the right t-shirt can showcase your passion for the sport. For those of you that are looking to find a good t-shirt for training or casual wear outside of the gym, we have you covered. MTP Fight Gear has come out with a number of different Muay Thai tees that have been used by the pros around the world. From cut-off shirts that are made from micro-fiber material, to cotton tees that can be used for casual wear, MTP has a style for everyone. When it comes to finding the right Muay Thai T-Shirt, it is important to choose products that will last. Choosing Tees made from high-quality microfiber material or cotton will ensure that they don’t rip and can survive the rigor of training. The following is a list of the Top Muay Thai Tees that will showcase your passion for the sport. #1. Eat, Sleep, Breathe, Muay Thai Tees If you are looking to showcase your love of Muay Thai, you should check out the MTP Eat Sleep Breathe Tees and cutoffs. These shirts are hot sellers that have been used by people all over the world. If you like to wear tees while training you can go with the full tee shirt or if you love to have freedom of movement you can rock the cutoff shirt. Both...

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Best Muay Thai Shorts – A Style Guide for 2019

One of the main differences between Muay Thai and other martial arts are the Muay Thai shorts used in training and fighting. If you want to determine the background of a stand up fighter, look at the shorts they use in training. If you see a stand up fighter wearing tight spandex shorts (MMA grappling shorts), they probably train at an MMA gym or a fighter wearing longer Kickboxing shorts, probably comes from a Dutch Kickboxing style. If you see a fighter with Muay Thai shorts, that is a tell-tale sign that they come from a Muay Thai background....

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Ultimate Guide to the Best Muay Thai Gloves (Updated 2018)

This is our ULTIMATE GUIDE to the Best Muay Thai Gloves (and updated for 2018). That means, it’s our best, highly detailed article about the topic.  Pure boxing gloves and Muay Thai gloves are interchangeable most of the time, but there are some not-so-subtle differences between the two. If you are a competitive Muay Thai fighter, you should use Muay Thai gloves when you train most of the time. The reason is simple: you will fight under Muay Thai rules and while wearing Muay Thai gloves, therefore you should train with the same gloves you will fight with.   Our...

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The Ultimate Guide to the Best Boxing Headgear

The most important protective equipment for Boxers is headgear. Given the fact that Boxer’s spend the majority of the time taking blows to the head, it would make sense to invest in a quality pair of headgear when you Box. While MMA, Kickboxing, and Muay Thai involve striking the entire body, Boxers limit their punches to the body or head of their opponent. This means that you are constantly taking repeated damage the head when you train and you take even more damage to the head if you compete. Good Boxing coaches will not let their students spar unless they...

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Ultimate Guide to the Best Heart Rate Monitors (UPDATED 2017)

There’s dozens, even hundreds, of heart rate monitors available on the market right now. However, not all heart rate monitors are the same. I’ve owned and been using various heart rate monitors for years and it’s a tool that I personally find very effective in my own training. However, the difference between a good heart rate monitor that makes it easy to track your training progress, and a bad heart rate monitor means, for many people, the difference between actually using the device or not. And trust me here: you want to use a heart rate monitor because it can...

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