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Training Thai boxing With Cerebral Palsy

Training Thai boxing, or Muay Thai, can offer several benefits for individuals with cerebral palsy:

1. Improved coordination and balance: Muay Thai Boxing training involves various movements and techniques that can help enhance coordination and balance, which are often areas of challenge for individuals with cerebral palsy.

2. Increased strength and flexibility: Engaging in Muay Thai Boxing can help build strength in muscles throughout the body and improve flexibility, which can be beneficial for managing the symptoms of cerebral palsy.

3. Boosted confidence and self-esteem: Learning and mastering new skills in Muay Thai Boxing can boost confidence and self-esteem, providing a sense of accomplishment and empowerment.

4. Social interaction and inclusion: Participating in Muay Thai Boxing classes can provide opportunities for social interaction and inclusion, fostering a sense of belonging within a supportive community.

5. Stress relief and mental well-being: Like any form of physical activity, Muay Thai Boxing training can help reduce stress, improve mood, and enhance overall mental well-being.

6. Self-defense skills: Learning self-defense techniques in Muay Thai Boxing can provide individuals with cerebral palsy with valuable tools for personal safety and empowerment.

Overall, training Muay Thai Boxing with cerebral palsy can offer physical, emotional, and social benefits, while also providing a fun and engaging way to stay active and healthy.

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Rawenstall Muay Thai Boxing

Rawtenstall Muay Thai

Rawtenstall Phoenix Muay Thai Boxing is excited to share our expansion into Rawtenstall at Thrive Gym starting January 30th.

Join us for classes on


6 pm – 7 pm for children aged 5 to 16

7.15 pm – 8.15 pm for adults

Sundays at

12 noon for both adults and children.

The class fee is £6.50.

Begin your journey with us by clicking the link


Thrive Gym, Orient One, New Hall Hey Rd, Rawtenstall, Rossendale BB4 6AJ

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Adults Training with ADHD

Benefits of Thai Boxing for Adults with ADHD


Living with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) can be challenging, affecting various aspects of life, from focus and impulsivity to overall well-being. While medication and therapy are common treatments, engaging in physical activities can also offer significant benefits. One such activity that has shown remarkable potential is Thai Boxing, also known as Muay Thai. In this blog, we’ll explore how Thai Boxing can positively impact adults with ADHD and provide a unique avenue for managing their symptoms.

1. Enhanced Focus and Concentration:

Adults with ADHD often struggle with maintaining focus and concentration. Thai Boxing involves structured routines, techniques, and strategies that require participants to be fully engaged and present. Learning the various moves, combinations, and defensive tactics cultivates a sense of mindfulness, helping individuals with ADHD improve their ability to concentrate on the task at hand.

2. Channeling Excess Energy:

Hyperactivity is a hallmark of ADHD, and physical activities can provide an effective outlet for excess energy. Thai Boxing involves intense workouts, including cardiovascular exercises, strength training, and agility drills. Engaging in these physically demanding sessions allows individuals to release pent-up energy in a controlled and constructive manner, potentially reducing restlessness and impulsive behaviors.

3. Improved Self-Discipline:

Thai Boxing requires commitment and regular practice to master techniques and progress in skill level. This structured approach cultivates self-discipline and patience, two qualities that can greatly benefit adults with ADHD. By consistently attending classes, following training regimens, and tracking their progress, individuals can develop valuable skills for managing impulsivity and impulsiveness in other areas of life.

4. Boosted Self-Esteem and Confidence:

Struggling with ADHD-related challenges can sometimes lead to feelings of inadequacy and low self-esteem. Engaging in Thai Boxing and achieving mastery of new skills can have a profound impact on an individual’s self-confidence. As participants learn and progress, they gain a sense of accomplishment and pride, helping to counterbalance negative self-perceptions.

5. Stress Relief and Emotional Regulation:

Many adults with ADHD also experience heightened levels of stress and difficulty regulating emotions. Physical exercise, such as Thai Boxing, triggers the release of endorphins, the body’s natural “feel-good” chemicals. This can lead to reduced stress, anxiety, and depression symptoms. Additionally, the mental focus required during training can help individuals develop better emotional regulation and coping strategies.

6. Social Interaction and Support:

Engaging in Thai Boxing offers a built-in social component. Participating in group classes provides opportunities for interaction, camaraderie, and shared experiences. Socializing with fellow participants who may share similar challenges can lead to a sense of belonging and decreased feelings of isolation.


While Thai Boxing might not be a one-size-fits-all solution for managing ADHD symptoms, its physical, mental, and social benefits make it a valuable tool for many adults with ADHD. From improved focus and self-discipline to enhanced self-esteem and emotional regulation, engaging in Thai Boxing can be an empowering way to navigate the challenges associated with ADHD. As always, it’s important for individuals to consult their healthcare professionals before starting any new physical activity, ensuring that it aligns with their specific needs and medical considerations.

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Maximum Power Muay Thai Boxing Interclub

Maximum Power Muay Thai B­oxing is holding an interclub on Sunday 20th November 2020

Doors open at 9:30 am the first fight at 10:30 am.

All fighters receive a medal, hot&cold food available, a licensed bar available,£7 entry to both spectators and fighters.

Please send names before the 7th November so match-up can begin.

Once the list is done we will be sticking to the list and NO Changing fight orders, Juniors first adults after.   

14 Wright Street Oldham OL1 3TF

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Bank Holiday Monday Training Monday 29th August 2022

Muay Thai Boxing Training
On the bank holiday Monday 29th August 2022, there will be a joint class for all ages from 7 pm till 8 pm.
That means the adult class and the junior class will both be at 7pm.
Junior’s book in via the app for 6 pm and come at 7 pm
Adults book in via the app for 7.15 pm and come at 7 pm
P.s please retweet, Facebook, email, text or just plainly phone who you know that comes to the gym.
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Conner’s Fight on Super ShowDown Muay Thai Show

We have tickets in for Conner’s fight Tickets are £40 EachSuper Showdown Tickets

Can be bought in receptions. Please don’t ask to reserve a ticket.


SATURDAY 25Th June  2022


Burnden Way, Horwich, Bolton BL6 6JW

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Bank Holiday Training

Muay Thai Boxing Training

On bank holiday Monday 18th April 2022, there will be a joint class for all ages from 7 pm till 8 pm.

That means the adult class and the junior class will both be at 7 pm.



P.s please retweet, Facebook, email, text or just plainly phone who you know that comes to the gym.

Junior’s book in via the app for 6 pm and come at 7 pm

Adults book in via the app for 7.15 pm and come at 7 pm