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BestMuayThai News: 2015-05-28
The news of Suwit muay thai by Bestmuaythai.com on May 28
Muay Thai Fitness
If you’ve been to a Muay Thai stadium in Thailand, you probably know how intense this combat sport is. An increasing number of foreigners who travel to Thailand are not content to watch a match only, they want to actually train and experience Muay Thai first hand. After all, this sport is known to be very effective for people who want to lose weight or take their fitness to a new level, not to mention that it is good for the cardio health.
Until several years ago, training in a Muay Thai camp most likely meant going to some rural areas in Thailand and train at a Thai camp intended for athletes. Due to language barriers and the skill gap between the local and the foreign trainees, this usually turned out to be a less than pleasant experience for foreigners who travel to Thailand to train in Muay Thai.
Fortunately, in the past few years, more and more Muay Thai training camps have opened in major cities of Thailand. They cater mostly to people who travel to Thailand and are looking to get some workout while they stay in the country. Foreigners who want to stick to their fitness regime while on the road no longer have to stay at a rural Muay Thai camp for a month or two.
These well equipped Muay Thai training camps in Thailand are sometimes run by foreigners. They not only allow travellers to train in Muay Thai, but these camps also have everything a traveller needs for a great workout. Most of these camps hire former champions or fighters with an average of 65 bouts under their belts! They can communicate in English so there is no more language barrier. Members of these training camps are mostly short-term residents or travellers, including people of all ages.
Moreover, these Muay Thai training camps in Thailand offer programs to members of all skill levels. For beginners, the trainers usually go slow and focus on the basic techniques. For those with Muay Thai experience, trainers work on polishing their skills and keeping them sharp. For those who want to take it one step beyond pad work, trainers can even set up sparring sessions. Not ready for intense training? No problem. Some of these Muay Thai camps not only offer less-intense fitness programs, but they also have massage and spa facilities to get all the kinks worked out after a training session.
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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