Muay Thai Monday: What Gym Should I Train At In Thailand?

Why Doing Your Own Research is Crucial To Choosing A Muay Thai Gym in Thailand

One of the most common questions we get is “What Thailand Muay Thai Camp Should I Go To?”

To be honest, this vague question drives me a bit crazy when there is no context behind it at all. With so many Muay Thai gyms in Thailand to choose from, you need to narrow it down, and in order to do that you need to research and figure out your budget, training goals, area you’d like to be in and much more.

In this Muay Thai Monday video I express my frustration about this general question and why it’s important to do some of your own research and fill me in with more details before asking it.

Here are some other great resources for figuring out what gym you should go to in Thailand:

If you want to train in Thailand without any distractions and have everything basically done for you, make sure to check out www.ThailandTrainingCamp.com.

What Gym Should I Train At In Thailand (Podcast) -Instead of giving a vague answer to this extremely common question, we figured that covering it in detail in a podcast would be the best way to go. So, if you are in the midst of deciding which gym you should be training at in Thailand, this podcast episode will hopefully answer all your questions!

How To Choose The Best Thailand Training Camp – One of the most common questions asked by those traveling to Thailand for the first time is, “What gym should I go to?” The answer is not as straightforward as you might think. Our first piece of advice would be to do your research before presenting this question. You will be investing your money and vacation time. You may even sacrifice your job (a choice commonly made by those traveling to Thailand).

10 Mistakes People Make Training Muay Thai in Thailand – Everyone makes mistakes when they first make the voyage to Thailand to train Muay Thai, but you can avoid some of these common mistakes by learning from people who’ve already made them… like myself and Paul.


nak muay nation muscle shirts tanktopsIn case you didn’t know, I will be releasing a new “Muay Thai Mondays Q&A Session” every week where I’ll be answering questions about techniques, fight strategy, mindset, nutrition and anything related to Muay Thai. If you’d like your question(s) answers AND if you want to win a free Nak Muay Nation t-shirt or tanktop, submit your question by:

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I'm Sean Fagan, just a normal dude who is severely addicted to muay thai. I literally eat, sleep and breathe the sport and don't know what I'd be doing with my life without it. My goal is to become a professional champion and fight the best in the world. During my career I hope to help spread the word of this beautiful sport and inspire other people to pursue their dreams!Read more...

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