Travel to Thailand and learn real Muay Thai Boxing, real Thai style with MuayThai Holidays. As the only accredited travel tour operator based in the UK, MuayThai Holidays offers a complete Thai Boxing Holiday package, including flights, Muay Thai Boxing Training and accommodation, near some of the best Thai Boxing training camps across Thailand.
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Tiger Muay Thai in Phuket is a Thai boxing, fitness and training camp for everyone, from beginners to pros, regardless of their fitness levels, size or physical limitations. The positive and supportive atmosphere of the camp, plus the stunning Phuket backdrop creates an unbeatable and inspiring formula, guaranteed to get you fighting fit.
AKA Thailand (also in Phuket) offers an extensive training schedule for all levels of fitness and disciplines from cardio to professional classes. Run by the owner and former UFC fighter Mike ‘Quick’ Swick this world-famous training gym also offers Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Mixed Martial Arts.
Petchyindee Muay Thai Academy in Bangkok gives visitors the opportunity to experience Thai boxing lessons from the real Thai boxing masters. From kid-friendly lessons to master classes for the pros, this legendary academy was established in 1976 and has 40 years’ experience in training its fighters to pack a powerful punch!
5 tips for Muay Thai newbies
- You don’t need to be super fit to have a go. A good training gym will offer classes to suit all levels of fitness.
- You don’t need to fight. Or even spar. Most good camps will allow you just to train and learn the moves without having to get into combat mode.
- Have patience. You won’t become an expert overnight, nor should you expect to.
- Eat well. If you’re training like an athlete, you should try and eat like one with lots of healthy foods and plenty of water.
- Be careful of heat exhaustion. If you’re not used to tropical temperatures you need to acclimatise, so pace yourself and don’t push too hard too quickly. Remember to drink plenty of fluids before, during and after training.
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