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Koh Samui is Thailand's second largest island. A renowned natural paradise, you will surely appreciate the beauty that will surround you. Whether you're on a budget or planning to splurge, Koh Samui has everything to offer. Here, you can train on a variety of styles, from Muay Thai to Jiu-Jitsu. And when you're given time to relax, you're free to explore its many breathtaking beaches like Chaweng, Lamai, and Bophut. We also recommend the Secret Buddha Garden, hidden in the high hills of the island. Book your martial arts camp in Koh Samui today for a great learning experience!
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Japan is regarded by many to be the place where martial arts originated, even though China and other Asian countries definitely had their own variants of fighting arts. Since Japanese styles of combat have never ceased to fascinate, but there is still some confusion surrounding them, I decided to walk you through the main types.
Nutrition for athletes differs from what average people eat due to two main reasons. First of all, active physical training requires more energy than sitting in the office or in industries. Secondly, heavy stress and specific enough requirements to body functionality require a special approach to the type of diet one follows.
Jump kicks are surely one of the most popular martial arts techniques. Various martial arts experts agree that their practice is one of the most beautiful, but also, in the terms of fine motor skills, the most demanding part of martial arts training. Numerous martial arts masters perform various jump (flying) kicks of which many are truly breathtaking and they attract spectators' attention thanks to their beauty and skill.