Why Train in a Muay Thai Camp in Thailand

Muay Thai is an old Martial Art that has its birthplace in Thailand. Some historians believe that the martial art has been around for as long as eight centuries. Its uniqueness has attracted people of different ages, sexes, ethnicity and backgrounds. muay thai camp Thailand is often described as the Art of Eight Limbs, since a fighter (called a Nak Muay) commonly uses the two hands, two feet, two elbows and two knees to deliver the blows.

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More and more people are recognizing the benefits of Thai Boxing to the body, mind and soul. As a result of its growing popularity, various training camps have mushroomed both inside and outside of Thailand. While camps outside Thailand offer decent training packages, nothing beats training in the country where it is one of the most esteemed sports. For those who are ready to take their passion for the martial art to the next level, there is no better place to train but a camp in Thailand.

Muay Thai to Thais is like what football is to Europeans. Thai people are really passionate about their sport and proud to have introduced it to the rest of the world. Broadcasted Thai Boxing fights are anticipated and watched in every home, restaurant and bar. The Thai’s passion for the sport seems to produce a contagious effect on foreign fighters (called Nak Muay Farang) who are visiting the country to train in a Muay Thai camp. It is truly inspiring and motivating to train in a place where there is a solid love for the sport amongst the people.

Motivation is important in a grueling yet rewarding sport such as this. A fighter has to maintain a conditioned body and calm mind to be able to learn the martial art. Learning is but a small part of the journey, as mastering Muay Thai will need a lot more determination and some assistance from a good trainer.

The island of Koh Samui is a famous tourist spot known for its natural grandeur and Thai Boxing Camps. Camp fees depend on the length of stay, ranging from per session, per day, per week or per month. For the more determined enthusiasts, three to twelve month Farang training is very well priced. Room accommodations vary, from single rooms, doubles, apartments and a master house, all with cable TV, hot shower, Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, pool and other facilities. Training includes Muay Thai, MMA, Western Boxing, Krabi Krabong, Jiu Jitsu, Wrestling, Grappling and Kickboxing.

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