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Thailand on the Cheap – Find the Right Accommodation for Your Stay

When it comes to finding accommodation in Thailand there a few common options that people take: Live like a King for a few weeks/months or live cheap and try to stay as long as possible. The choice that you make will usually come down to the amount of time you are planning on staying in Thailand. For the average Muay Thai vacationer who stays 2 to 4 weeks at training camp in Thailand, your accommodation should be around 10-20 thousand baht for a decent place. If you feel like living it up you can rent an expensive place, but that budget will...

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Muay Thai Training at Home

When it comes to training Muay Thai it is important that you focus on multiple aspects of training to ensure you get better.. While technique and timing are extremely important, you should also be working on your conditioning and cardio to ensure that you can last a 5 round fight. This guide is designed to help you get better at muay thai. It is a complete guide that will cover a common place where people train – at home. This guide will provide you with specific workouts and exercises that you can do at home that will improve your...

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My Muay Thai Journey – Stephen Kong

When you think of a fighter, the first image that probably comes to mind is someone who was born tough. The kid who grew up fighting on the playground, who loved fighting. I am not that person. Growing up as a kid I was always scared of getting into fights. I did a brief stint in Karate for a few years because my dad signed me up, but I never enjoyed it. I spent most of my childhood/teenage years doing one of two things: playing basketball or playing video games. I was a prototypical nerd, except I didn’t look the part. I...

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What it means to have “Heart” in Muay Thai

  After living in Thailand for a few years now, the most common phrase you will ever hear to describe a fighter is “him (Thai trainer shakes head back and forth)…. no heart.” People who are new to the sport think it is extremely unfair to say somebody has no heart- it definitely isn’t a term people use to describe someone in the west – but in Thailand, they use the word heart to describe fighters on a regular basis. For people living and breathing Muay Thai, having no heart is the worst thing any trainer could say about...

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12 Sparring Tips That Will Make You Better

The first time you start sparring can be extremely intimidating if you don’t know what to expect. Most beginners think of sparring as one step away from being in an actual fight. The better you are at sparring, the more success you will have in preparing for a fight. If you are only training muay thai to burn calories and get a cardio workout then sparring is optional and you should continue to have fun and enjoy the sport of muay thai. Make sure you watch this video below: However, if you actually want to get better at muay...

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