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Welcome to 301 Muay Thai & MMA Gym, Thailands premier gym to train both Muay Thai and Mixed Martial Arts. Located in beautiful Sam Roi Yat, Thailand, youre surrounded by tropical, coconut tree forests that blanket the mountains encompassing the city while being only seconds away from the beautiful, picturesque beaches on the Gulf of Thailand. Enjoy training in paradise. 301 Gym offers and optimal training environment for any learner at any level. The gym is perfect for those who wish to lose weight, better their fighting skills and even for those that just want to try something new. Come and see for yourself!
There are onsite rooms available at 301 Muay Thai and MMA Gym. All rooms are large, have a minimalistic style and are also very tidy. The rooms are perfectly adapted for small groups or individuals. Every room has been equipped with single beds, a fan and a personal bathroom with hot water. Since there are limited rooms available, 301 Gym recommends making an early booking as soon as possible.
301 provides Muay Thai Training, Muay Fitness, stretching classes and MMA training. Muay Thai classes take place from Monday to Saturday, but the gym can be used anytime on a regular training day. There are two training sessions per day, one in the morning and another in the afternoon. Depending on your level and knowledge of Muay Thai, each program is designed to suit the needs of the individual.
Muay Thai is a form of hard martial art practiced in large parts of the world, including Thailand and other Southeast Asian countries. The art is similar to others in Southeast Asia such as: Pradal Serey in Cambodia, Lethwei in Myanmar, Tomoi in Malaysia, and Lao boxing in Laos. Muay Thai has a long history in Thailand and is the countrys national sport. Traditional Muay Thai practiced today varies significantly from the ancient art Muay Boran and uses kicks and punches in a ring with gloves similar to those used in Western boxing. Muay Thai is referred to as the art of the eight limbs, as the hands, shins, elbows, and knees are all used extensively in this art. A practitioner of Muay Thai (nak muay) thus has the ability to execute strikes using eight points of contact, as opposed to two points (fists) in Western boxing and four points (fists, feet) used in the primarily sport-oriented forms of martial arts.In its original form, Muay Thai consisted of an arsenal of nine weapons the head, fists, elbows, knees and feet known collectively as na-wa arwud. However in modern Muay Thai, both amateur and professional, head-butting an opponent is no longer allowed.
To strike and bind the opponent for both offensive and defensive purposes, small amounts of stand-up grappling are used: the clinch. Formal Muay Thai techniques are divided into two groups: Mae Mai or major techniques and Luk Mai or minor techniques. Muay Thai is often a fighting art of attrition, where opponents exchange blows with one another. This is certainly the case with traditional stylists in Thailand, but is a less popular form of fighting in the contemporary world fighting circuit. With the success of Muay Thai in mixed martial arts fighting, it has become the de facto martial art of choice for competitive stand-up fighters. As a result, it has evolved and incorporated much more powerful hand striking techniques used in western style boxing and the Thai style of exchanging blow for blow is no longer favorable. Note: when Muay Thai fighters compete against fighters of other styles (and if the rules permit it), they almost invariably emphasize elbow (sok) and knee (kao) techniques to gain a distinct advantage in fighting. Almost all techniques in Muay Thai use the entire body movement, rotating the hip with each kick, punch, and block. The rotation of the hips in Muay Thai techniques, and intensive focus on core muscles (such as abdominal muscles and surrounding muscles) is very distinctive and is what sets Muay Thai apart from other styles of martial arts.
The punch techniques in Muay Thai were originally quite simple being crosses and a long (or lazy) circular strike made with a straight (but not locked) arm and landing with the heel of the palm. Cross-fertilization with Western boxing and western martial arts mean the full range of western boxing punches are now used: jab, straight right/cross, hook, uppercut, shovel and corkscrew punches and overhands as well as hammer fists and back fists. As a tactic, body punching is used less in Muay Thai than most other striking martial arts to avoid exposing the attackers head to counter strikes from knees or elbows. To utilize the range of targeting points, in keeping with the Theory of Muay Thai Centre Line, the advocate can use either Western or Thai stance which allows for either long range or short range attacks to be undertaken effectively without compromising guard.
301 Gym is located in Sam Roi Yot, Thailand. It is also known as the 300 peaks. It is a three-hour ride from Bangkok and is situated near the marine national park in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province. The area and nearby places offer many activities including kayaking, jet skiing, golf, cave exploration, fishing, boat day trips, and etc.
The Camp is also located near the beach where you can do a lot of things in your free time. Coconut trees and mountains surround the camp, which makes it double as a tropical island paradise.
301 Muay Thai & MMA Gym provides an excellent meal plan with unlimited Thai and Western style, buffet meals that are perfectly adapted for athletes. Food is included as part of the program.
Get on the expressway in the direction of Dao Khanong and cross Rama IX bridge. After crossing the bridge, follow the signs to Samut Sakhon. You will drive approx. 100 km in a straight line south, passing Samut Sakhon and Samut Songkhram, and finally reach a fork in the road. Head right to Ratchaburi, and then left to Phetchaburi. Stay left and continue on to Phetchaburi.
When you reach Phetchaburi there will be another fork. Head left into Phetchaburi town, and then right to Prachuap Khiri Khan.
Take the right-hand road. After approx. another 30-40km, just before entering Cha-am, youll come to yet another fork. If you want to avoid the traffic and red lights in Cha-am and Hua Hin, continue on the right-hand side (the sign says Prachuap Khiri Khan). This is where the Cha-am-Pranburi bypass road begins. Note that Both routes are almost exactly equal in distance but the bypass is faster.
Heres how to get to the gym from this point on, depending on which option you decide to choose:
Once you turn onto the bypass road, you will drive straight ahead for approx. 50km. The bypass road then merges back to the main Phetchakasem Road and continues on into Pranburi (youll see a Makro Cash and Carry on the right just before the road merges). After you merge back onto the main Phetchakasem Road, continue on straight ahead. Drive through the first traffic light in front of Thanarat Military Camp, continue on past the Esso, Shell and Caltex petrol stations on the left, and then turn left at the second traffic light (a Tesco Lotus Superstore is on the corner).
After turning left at the light, follow that road to the end for approx. 3.7km - you will go over a railroad crossing, pass Pranburi Hospital and after going over a small bridge will end up at a T-junction. Turn right at the junction, and then immediately left at the little police station. From the police station, drive 16.5 km straight ahead towards the entrance to the park. After 15.5 km youll see the 301 Muay Thai & MMA sign on the left.
Follow Phetchakasem Road straight ahead through Cha-am and then straight on through Hua Hin towards Pranburi/Prachuap Khiri Khan. Approx. 20 km after Hua Hin youll come to an intersection where the by-pass road meets the road you are on. Continue going straight past this intersection. Drive through the first traffic light in front of Thanarat Army Camp, continue on past the Esso, Shell and Caltex petrol stations on the left, and then turn left at the second traffic light (a Tesco Lotus Superstore is on the corner).
After turning left at the light, follow that road to the end for approx. 3.7km you will go over a railroad crossing, pass Pranburi Hospital and after going over a small bridge will end up at a T-junction. Turn right at the junction, and then immediately left at the little police station. From the police station, drive 15.5 km straight ahead towards the entrance to the park. After 15.5 km youll see a sign 301 Muay Thai. Turn left down the road.
Drive into Pranburi and turn right at the first set of traffic lights in the center of town. Drive straight ahead for 4.7 km till you see a little police station on the right. Turn right at that corner. From the police station, drive 15.5 km straight ahead towards the entrance to the park. After 15.5 km youll see a sign 301 Muay Thai. Turn left down the road.
In Bangkok, go to Anusaovaree (Victory Monument) under the highway; you will see many vans going to the south. Go to the ANUMAN booth which is located right in front of the kiosk with the Coca cola banner next to the highway exit.
Anuman Booth sends vans to Pranburi 7/7 each hour from 5 am to 8pm. Ask the clerk or driver to go to 301 gym in Sam Roi Yot ( krai muay sam roi yot). The total cost to go up to the gym is 300 THB only. In case of questions do not hesitate to contact 301 gym.