How to Find a Good Muay Thai Training Camp

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Many think of the martial arts as a form of self defense but it’s much more.  It’s a form of exercise that not only trains the body but also the mind.  It can be used to teach discipline and obedience and can be a beautiful art form.  This post is brought to you by Muay Thai camps in Thailand.

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Muay Thai camps prove to be a great way to take a fighter’s skill set and physical abilities to the next level. No matter if you are a pro or amateur, no matter if you are young or a little bit older there is always a space to improve your skills, strengthen your body and learn new things linked with Muay Thai. Camps allow people who decide to train there to focus on their own personal development. People there can also learn new stuff from other fighters. There are many benefits of attending a Muay Thai training camp and the following is a list of things that you should consider in order to find a good Muay Thai camp.

1.   Location

If you are serious about training Muay Thai then visiting Thailand is a must. Across Thailand there are Muay Thai camps with long tradition but there are new ones springing up every month, targeting people from across the world that are looking to improve their skills. If you decide to visit Thailand because of Muay Thai make sure you choose a camp that is on a good location (close to attractions and beautiful nature). This won’t be very difficult in Thailand because it is known for its natural beauties.

2.   Inventory

Although there are various factors that can affect your training, having the right training equipment is one of the most important factors. Look for a Muay Thai camp with a decent ring, bags, weight lifting equipment etc.

3.   Trainers

This is another important factor. Most of the trainers in these Muay Thai camps in Thailand are experienced. Try to find a camp that has several trainers which have participated in some tournaments and even won some prizes. You should also look for trainers that speak English so you can easily follow instructions.

4.   Visitors

Before joining a camp try to see who is visiting that camp. Do they look like professionals? Are there any serious and determined fighters there? In this way you can find out how serious the camp is.

Now that you know how to find a good Muay Thai training camp we can suggest one camp that has all these things in one place and that’s Suwit Muay Thai camp . Suwit Muay Thai has great location (Phuket Island), top notch equipment, more than one experienced trainers and lots of professional fighters already training there.

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