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BestMuayThai News: 2014-08-27
The news of Suwit muay thai by Bestmuaythai.com on August 27th
Why Join a Muay Thai Camp ?
So you have decided to learn something more about Muay Thai or maybe you even want to become a professional Muay Thai fighter? In order to become a Muay Thai fighter you will certainly need to join a Muay Thai training camp. These camps are useful for Muay Thai enthusiasts who are just trying to get in shape too. Many people are not familiar with these camps that can be found in the homeland of Muay Thai - Thailand. This is why we will try to explain few things about what Muay Thai camp is and why join one.
What exactly is a Muay Thai camp ?
Muay Thai camps are places located in Thailand where you can train and study this popular martial art. The training lasts for a while (from one week to a period of few weeks or even months depending on your goals). Most of the camps allow students to sleep in the facilities because they have added suitable accommodation. What makes a Muay Thai training camp different that going to a gym or training at home is the commitment. There is no better and quicker way to learn Muay Thai other than taking a Muay Thai class in a camp.
What will I have to do while I am there ?
First of all, you will have to be sure about the amount of time you want to spend there. As mentioned before the period of stay is usually linked with the objectives that the student has. You can stay for a week, two weeks or even two months. Many people take vacation and head to the Muay Thai camp. Of course, if you are planning to become a professional spending more time in these camps won't be a problem because you will be investing in your future in this way.
How much experience do I need in order to join a camp ?
The best part of training Muay Thai is that you don't need to have any experience and you don't even have to be in shape when you start training. Obviously it is better to have some experience but this is not crucial for the overall success in your training sessions.
Muay Thai , Thai Boxing & MuayThai , Phuket , Thailand
Suwit Gym ( Muay Thai camp ) 15 Moo 1 , Choa Fa Rd , T. Chalong , A. Muang , Phuket , Thailand , 83000
Tel . (66) 76 374313