A Camper Reflects on The Thailand Training Camp Experience
Thailand Training Camp is the true fighter experience.
Thailand Training Camp is the complete Muay Thai experience. You wake up, eat, run, train, eat, nap, train, eat, and sleep. That is the general structure of your day-to-day at Thailand Training Camp. The fighter’s life is about training and recovering, and that is exactly what you will experience at Khongsittha Gym.
You will be surrounded by people who are just as passionate about Muay Thai as you are, and you will be coached by Krus and head coach who are all just as invested in helping you as anyone can be. Each training session has several Krus overseeing the session. You will pair yourself up with a Kru when its time for pad work, and the Kru will dissect every part of your game and look to sharpen all the tools at your disposal.
However, this is just the tip of the iceberg. If you want to know more about the Thailand Training Camp experience, check out the below testimonial from Brian:
Thailand Training Camp involves training like a Thai fighter. However, you are also afforded great luxuries. You will have the option to go watch fights at least once a week, whether it’s Super Muay Thai, Rajadamnern, Lumpinee, etc. In such venues, you will be able to meet the champions and legends of Muay Thai like Buakaw or Saenchai.
But, of course, there is more… Besides getting to meet a legend, you could be taught my him as well. Petchboonchu and Saenchai are among the names of legends who have given seminars during previous camps. Plus, you could even get to play soccer/football with one of them.
Thailand Training Camp brings to you the complete experience of Muay Thai. You will not need to worry about anything. Simply arrive with the heart to train and you will be taken care of. It’s a trip you will remember for the rest of your life.
Take the dive into the experience of a lifetime. For upcoming dates of Thailand Training Camp, go to www.ThailandTrainingCamp.com
- Evan is a gourmand of combat sports from Taiwan. He appreciates the beauty of Muay Thai movement and all other movements. He's got no rudder so if the winds blow northerly, he goes north. His goal is to achieve and appreciate.