Improve your self-defense skills and release stress on a Muay Thai training camp. You should know that today, Muay Thai is one of the most popular martial arts disciplines. And it’s no wonder, given how many benefits you gain out of it. Muay Thai is known as “the art of the eight limbs”, as you get to practice your hands, elbows, knees, and feet. In return, you will strengthen your whole body, from head to toes. So, book a Muay Thai training holiday today and prepare to improve that roundhouse kick!
From Europe to America to Asia, an increasing number of gyms and dojos around the globe have opened up their doors offering to teach Thailand's beloved national combat sport, Muay Thai.
Since the history of evolution, human beings have been developing sets of survival skills and tools to defend themselves. These skills and tools range from sticks and stones first created by Neanderthals to today’s powerful & deadly martial arts. It may even surprise you that there some martial arts that are actually specifically designed to break bones instead of boards.
Today, Muay Thai is one of the most talked-about topics within Martial Arts communities. If you have had time to check out our previous articles about Muay Thai, you probably would already understand why we are so eager to master this ‘Art of Eight Limbs’.
Training in a Muay Thai camp programme in Thailand will be one of the most exciting and rewarding things you ever do. You will push your body to its limits, whilst meeting a host of interesting people, and receiving first-class coaching in Thailand’s ancient national sport.