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Muay Thai is not for kids
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One sports commentator of mixed martial arts fights said that children should not indulge in Muay Thai or mixed martial arts because it is brutal to the young body. A permanent injury may be inflicted that can ruin the future of the child. Unlike boxing where the discipline involves less injuries, mixed martial arts can maim a fighter.
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I think I cannot completely agree with you. Kids should be allowed to practice martial arts, but under strict supervision. Non-guided training can be harmful and lead to brutal injuries. But under the guidance of a good and experienced coach, I think martial arts training has many benefits.

Kids learn to develop focus and concentration. There is a vast increase in their working stamina and breathing abilities. They learn discipline and tend to live a better life. Martial arts training also helps to boost up their self confidence. With all these added advantages I think there is no harm in exposing kids to martial arts training.
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(08-18-2017, 10:47 AM)Alexandoy Wrote: One sports commentator of mixed martial arts fights said that children should not indulge in Muay Thai or mixed martial arts because it is brutal to the young body. A permanent injury may be inflicted that can ruin the future of the child. Unlike boxing where the discipline involves less injuries, mixed martial arts can maim a fighter.

I totally agree with you on this. Muay Thai is not for kids because of its combative nature. It involves a whole lot of physicalities that if not properly handled might result to a serious injury which might hamper the child well being.

I think there should be a proper age one would have to attain before joining Muay Thai training. I would say 15 years upwards should be a proper age range.
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