Thailand Training Camp: Overcoming Fear and Challenging Yourself

Life Lessons from Thailand Training Camp

Thailand Training Camp will change you.

To most, vacations are escapes. But Thailand Training Camp is more than a vacation. The you who enters Khongsittha gym will not be the same as the you who exits. Every trainer in Khongsittha holds the duty of improving your Muay Thai and expanding your limits. This is frightening, but great things in life often are.

As Anais Nin said, “life shrinks or expands in proportion to one’s courage.” Think about a time you pushed through a fear or challenge, a time when you thought, “I can’t do it,” but did it anyways. When you push yourself, you’re not just creating a new memory. You’re creating a new you.

As you will see in the video below, those who come to Thailand Training Camp expand not just their horizons but their capabilities:

Thailand Training Camp is both experience and enlightenment. You will train alongside the most passionate Nak Muays on the planet, you will watch fights of Muay Thai legends like Saenchai, and you will even get a chance to train with these same Muay Thai legends. But the experiences don’t just end outside of Muay Thai. You will get the chance to explore the roots of Thailand and its culture, you will get the chance to dine on true Thai cuisine, and you will get the chance to sit around a nice barbecue and simply shoot the shit with your fellow campers.

Thailand Training Camp is a vacation more complete than any. The beauty of it is that your experiences do not end once you’ve left; your experiences will only truly begin when you have left. As you return to your world, you will find the lessons and memories of Thailand Training Camp stuck to you like a shadow.

Thailand Training Camp is not the experience of a lifetime. It is an experience that will last you a lifetime.

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Evan Lee
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.

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