Semi-professional Muay Thai fighter Alanna brings her passion and knowledge for the sport to all of her content. From weekly news roundups to in-depth technical guides, Alanna covers Muay Thai and BJJ, Taekwondo, Kickboxing, and Lethwei.
Apart from fighting and writing, she uses martial arts to empower women with her Warrior Woman Way brand. Combining self-development and self-defense, she seeks to engage more women with combat sports while also building their confidence and showing them all martial arts has to offer.
Having lived in Ireland and the U.K, she currently resides in Los Angeles. You can find her website at Warrior Woman Way.
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Muay Thai is an art of long-held traditions. Dating back to at least the 16th century, it is no wonder that it is steeped in the history and culture of Thailand. Although the striking form progressed from the battlefield to the arena, it still maintains many rituals that are unique to the sport and practiced for hundreds of years. One such custom is to wear a headband and set of
It’s a dilemma that plagues Thai boxers the world over: How do you condition your shins for the demands of the sport? Anyone who’s ever kicked a bag or Thai pads for the first time can relate to the pain and subsequent bruising that shows up along the shin bone. Conditioning the shins is a necessary part of Muay Thai; it makes the shin block more durable and the angle