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BestMuayThai News: 2015-02-18
The news of Suwit muay thai by Bestmuaythai.com on February 18th
Our Muay Thai focus
Muay Thai is the art of eight limbs. This description is always particularly fascinating as it does make a lot of sense. Think about it, eight points of your frontal structure used to inflict damage or defend yourself against assailants. Martial art in general has always fascinated me, maybe it is because of the movies seen while growing up or just the feeling of power you get when you imagine yourself in such situations.
Today, muay Thai is Suwit Muay Thai's focus. There are training camps scattered all over Thailand each with their peculiarities but all geared towards the same goal which is physical, mental and spiritual wellness.
If you decide to visit Thailand today to begin Muay Thai training, then finding a suitable camp tailor fitted to suit your need is the first step. Once that is accomplished, training begins in earnest.
For beginners, the training regime is usually the same regardless of whatever camp you had decided to pitch your tent.
A 30 minute warm up/stretching routine
20 minutes of basic Muay Thai shadow boxing
Technique work; focus on a different element of Muay Thai each session.
3 rounds of pad work with a trainer
3 rounds working on the heavy bags
100 alternating front kicks on the heavy bags
200 jump knees on the bag
100 alternating elbows on the bag
300 sit ups and 100 push ups
Fun isn't it? By the time you are half way into your program, you would be feeling so good physically, it would be practically impossible to mess with your confidence.
Strength Training has an important place in your Muay Thai training, no matter if you are just training for fun, fitness, or to fight. Adding a weight-lifting regimen to your Muay Thai regimen is often a debated topic. On one side of the fence, you have those who will tell you that lifting weights won't increase your striking power (i.e. lifting weights won't help you kick or punch harder) and even negatively impact your Muay Thai. Those on the other side of the fence will tell you that adding supplemental weight training is pretty much the Holy Grail - it will increase your striking power, clinch strength, improve your Muay Thai fitness and hell, and even do your taxes. I feel the truth lies somewhere in the middle of these two arguments. Strength Training, when utilized correctly as part of an OVERALL strength and conditioning plan, can provide serious benefits to your Muay Thai
Every man, at some level, wants to be strong. The relationship between strength and masculinity is a highly intertwined one. To be a man is to be strong and to be strong is to be a man. Few men will tell you they don't want to be physically stronger than they currently are. Being strong is not only relegated to just the male ego either - women can benefit just as much as men by becoming stronger.
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