A complete guide to training at the best Thailand Muay Thai camps
Ohhhhh yea buddy!
I finally finished the newest, most badass guide for traveling, training, and fighting in Thailand!!! Yea it took a bit longer than I expected, but I am very, very happy with how it turned out and I’m confident you will love it too.
Regardless if you have thought about training in Thailand or not, I know that this guide will help you realize why making the journey at one point in your life is an absolute necessity.
Not only will it cover everything there is you need to know about traveling, living, training, and fighting in Thailand, but it will also provide you the resources, tools, and motivation you need to make your trip a super successful one! Just check out what the six chapters in the guide will cover:
Chapter 1: Planning
Having a solid plan is crucial to getting the most out of your time in Thailand. From picking your gym to tying up loose ends at home, this section will help you research and develop a well thought out plan of attack.
Chapter 2: Saving
The goal of this guide isn’t just to provide you information about living and training in Thailand, its goal is to help you figure out a way to make your dream of training in Thailand come true! Many people get overwhelmed by the idea of saving up enough money to travel halfway across the world. Fortunately, this guide will help you estimate travel expenses, figure out a living budget, create a savings plan, and research different ways to make an income while you’re abroad!
Chapter 3: Traveling
There are a number of things you’ll need to consider before stepping on the plane to Thailand.
What vaccinations do you need? Should you get travel insurance? What should you pack? How do you apply for a visa? What type of visa should you get? Can you use your phone while you are in Thailand?
No worries, I’ve got all those questions answered so you can travel stress-free!
Chapter 4: Living
Obviously, living in Thailand is much, much different than living in a western country. Knowing what to expect while your living in Thailand is one of the major factors in whether you will have a good time or not.
With this guide, you will be more than prepared to live in a foreign land because it covers a range of topics including:
- Cultural Norms – Make sure you don’t disrespect anyone by being aware of the do’s and don’ts while you are living in Thailand.
- Basic Thai Words and Phrases – Knowing how to say “hello” and “thank you” is great and all, but you’ll get much more out of your trip if you learn more of the Thai language.
- Illnesses, Dangers, and Scams – Knowing what types of illnesses, dangers, and scams you might run into is the best way to be prepared if and when they happen!
- Dentist, Doctors, and Pharmacies – Get a general idea for what to expect in terms of quality when you visit a health professional or store.
- Eating in Thailand – When you eat out in a Thailand there a few things you should be aware of that could save you your time, money, and health!
Chapter 5: Training
I’m guessing one of the main reasons you want to travel to Thailand is to train, right? Well, this chapter will outline what to expect out of your training sessions and give you tips on how to get the most out of each workout. Not only that, but being prepared for injuries, overtraining, and heat exhaustion is also a crucial factor in having a good time training!
Chapter 6: Fighting
Fighting in Thailand is different than fighting anywhere in the world. Depending on which province you fight and what gym you fight for, there are a few things you should expect if you decide to step into the ring.
Don’t know whether you should fight or not? This chapter will ask you questions that will help you figure out if you are ready or not to fight. It will also provide you with the traditional pre-fight rituals you should consider doing if and when you do step into the ring!
Get Pumped Up!!!
On July 1st, this guide will be released to help answer all your questions and give you everything you need to travel, train and fight in Thailand. If you have any questions about this guide or about training in Thailand, feel free to email me at sean (at) muay-thai-guy.com.
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