If you are looking forward to go on a fitness trip then joining a Muay Thai training Camp in Phuket, Thailand would be a great idea.
Indulge in an exhaustive training program in a lovely ambiance and get the experience of your life!
If you are martial art lover or if you are planning to take up any combat sport as a hobby then you must visit the tropical island of Phuket in Thailand at least once. Muay Thai is growing as a sport each day and what can be a better place to learn it than the country where it originated from. Though many 'Muay Thai' training camps have come up in other countries as well, still Phuket is considered as a heaven for enthusiasts of this sport. The increasing number of camps in Phuket region shows the mounting popularity not only among the aborigines but also among people coming from all parts of the world.
Spending time at a Muay Thai training camp in Phuket can be exhaustive but at the same time fascinating.
Most of the people around you will be involved in kickboxing and other exercises included in Muay Thai for at least 6 hours per day and 6 days per week. When played in the ring it is considered one of the deadliest sports. So you need to be really tough and strong!
So how does a day at such a camp look like? Let us have a close look.
A member of a Muay Thai training camp, Phuket wakes up at around 7-8 am and does some warm exercises like skipping, running, weight training and stretching or even yoga.
Next, they are made to do some technical exercises directly linked to the sport such as kickboxing, shadow boxing, heavy bag kicking, clinching and sparring etc. The schedule in most camps is divided into 2 parts 2-3 hours in the morning and 2-3 hours in the evening. When you are a novice it may be a little difficult for you to adjust, but as time goes on, gradually this strenuous schedule will become a part and parcel of your life. The fitness training program includes teaching the trainees ring skills and disciplines which they would require during professional fights.
If you do not plan to take up Muay Thai as a professional activity and are just interested in engaging in this activity as a hobby, training camps in Thailand especially Phuket ensure that they are worth the amount you are spending on them.
Some reasons to go for these camps are- weight loss, fitness training, and mental stimulation and even to throw away addictions.
3 months is the ideal time to spend n a Muay Thai training camp to turn into a professional fighter. Even in 1 or 2 months you will be able to observe miraculous results and your physique as well as mental fitness will not go unnoticed once you return to your home.