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BestMuayThai News: 2014-10-19

The news of Suwit muay thai by Bestmuaythai.com on October 19
Muay Thai


Few Reasons Why You Should Join Muay Thai
Sometimes you will find Muay Thai being called Thai Boxing. Both terms are acceptable and describe the same sport that was first used in Thailand. In the beginning this was a martial art and it was used in battles, but today Muay Thai is the national sport of Thailand. Since there are strict rules, it was a little bit changed compared to the way it looked in the past but Muay Thai training provides the same benefits as before. Muay Thai is focused on using four types of strikes those produced from the elbows, knees, feet and fists. This is why many call it - the art of the eight limbs.
Today there are many ways in which you can learn Muay Thai. With a proper research you can probably find a gym close to you offering Muay Thai classes. You can also buy DVD or find videos online that will help you learn this sport. But it is a well known fact that visiting a real Muay Thai camp is the best option for those who want to learn this sport and feel its true power.
With the help of the training classes that take place in Muay Thai camps in Thailand you will eliminate all the bad habits in your life. You will be one step closer to having the perfect form. There are programs that can help you with your weight loss plan and there are programs specially designed for women. On top of that, some Muay Thai camps in Thailand have classes for people that are focused on cardio exercises.
If you join a Muay Thai camp you should expect some intensive training but don't be afraid because of that. The professional trainers that work in these camps will evaluate your physical abilities and they certainly won't push you beyond your limits. This type of training is ideal for those who are aware that their lifestyle is wrong and they are looking for a radical change.
The training sessions last for around 4 hours a day (2 times of around 2 hours training) which is enough for the student to feel stronger and healthier in a matter of weeks.


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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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