Muay Thai kickboxing is often called the Science of Eight Limbs, mainly because it relies on eight points of contact: the hands, elbows, knees, and feet. This is the very aspect that separates the sport from other forms of martial arts, such as boxing, karate, kung fu, and even kickboxing. Each of the aforementioned styles primarily rely on two points of contact usually the fists, or both the fists and feet. Although Muay Thai shares the most similarities with traditional kickboxing, it distinguishes itself entirely with vertical grapples that fighters can use for their strikes.Thankshttp://www.emakravmaga.caContact Us:TorontoElite Martial Arts98 The EsplanadeToronto, ONM5E 1A9647-406-9862MississaugaPhone Number(647) 406-9862