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BestMuayThai News: 2014-12-09
The news of Suwit muay thai by Bestmuaythai.com on December 9th
PREPARING FOR A MUAY THAI TRAINING
Some experts are of the opinion that Muay Thai training involves lots of dangerous activities than any known martial arts especially for those who want physical fitness and weight loss. Nevertheless, it is necessary for those who are planning to register for Muay Thai in any of the training camps in Thailand to prepare adequately in order to cope with the rigorous activities. Below are some basic steps to follow before starting the first training exercise.
READ REVIEWS ON THE TRAINING CAMPS: Considering the high number of Muay Thai training camps in Thailand, it has become a very difficult task choosing a credible one among them. But such task can easily be simplified by reading a comprehensive review of these camps on the internet in order to have basic background knowledge on each training camp.
VISIT THE TRAINING CAMPS: After having gone through a comprehensive review of these camps on the internet, it will be ideal to then follow it up with a personal visit. Visiting these camps is absolutely necessary so as to determine the type of trainings being offered, the kind of safety precautions that they have in place and how hygienic the whole camp is since you are going to be spending a lot of time there as well as using their equipment.
ASK QUESTIONS: The visit will also afford you the opportunity to ask any question that may be bothering you before enrolling for the training. Also, some individuals, especially women, are not comfortable with a male trainer. In such a situation you can decides to ask if you will be allowed to choose a trainer that you are comfortable with so that you will feel free to develop a mutual understanding with the trainer.
BUYING PERSONAL TRAINING EQUIPMENT: Although most of the necessary training equipment that you will need are provided by the camps. However it is ideal to purchase some personal things like mouth guard, shin pad, loose shorts, shirt, boxing gloves and sneakers. But if you are the kind of person that does not mind sharing things with others, then it's not necessary to get them. However, mouth guard is absolutely essential for the sake of hygiene and other related health issues.
MENTAL AND PHYSICAL PREPARATION: Starting your first Muay Thai training in any camp in Thailand without any form of mental or physical preparation is dangerous. As such a new trainee must first read up on the basic Muay Thai workouts routines before trying it out. Also it is necessary to do simple exercises like jogging, skipping and pushups before commencing the actual training exercise at the training camp. This will prepare and assist you in achieving your goal of physical fitness and weight loss.
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