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BestMuayThai News: 2014-09-03

The news of Suwit muay thai by Bestmuaythai.com on September 03
Muay Thai


Prepare yourself before you Join One ! ?
So, you have finally decided to make the first step and join a Muay Thai camp. You are probably tempted to try how training in these camps looks like because of the many positive reviews you can find online. New Muay Thai camps are opened across Thailand almost every week and the number of people who are already training and people who are considering to start practicing this sport is huge. Some want to find out their physical limitations while others want to become pro Muay Thai fighters.
Muay Thai training is a difficult challenge. The training classes can be exhausting even for people that have certain fitness level. There is rarely any person who is ready to start with full training once he or she joins a camp. So the question is how to prepare yourself before you start with the training sessions.
If you want to have a successful and faster start in the camp you should start with some conditioning exercises. Start running or walking for a longer period and begin with moderate weight lifting exercises. Don't be afraid if you don't have time to start with these exercises before you join the Muay Thai camp. There is no chance to be fit from the first day and on top of that there are people that join Muay Thai camps just to lose weight. You are a beginner and as such you will get the necessary attention and guidance from the trainers.
Once you start with the training you need to start listening. Don't be fooled by the Muay Thai matches you have watched on TV or the games you've played. Real Muay Thai training in Thailand is something else. Listen to your trainer's instructions and advice. The more information you absorb the better your performance will be.
Finding a good Muay Thai training camp is another important thing. Remember to look for a camp that has the necessary equipment that can help you get on track fast. See if the camp has adequate classes for your needs. Find out more about your potential trainers - do they have experience, knowledge and are they professional in what they do?
We hope these tips will help you with your mission to improve your health and self-defense techniques by joining a Muay Thai training camp.


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Suwit Gym ( Muay Thai camp ) 15 Moo 1 , Choa Fa Rd , T. Chalong , A. Muang , Phuket , Thailand , 83000   
Tel . (66) 76 374313

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