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Introduction: Kombat Group is a modern Thai boxing school in Pattaya, designed for combat sports and built with the same concept of the traditional Muay Thai Boxing Camps. It is the leading Thai boxing school in Pattaya, offering Muay Thai, Western Boxing, BJJ, MMA, Krav Maga and an efficient Weight Loss course. Beginners are welcome in all courses provided by Kombat Group.
Muay Thai courses are taught by knowledgeable and experienced trainers who are champions themselves and can help you improve your skills and endurance. Each daily session includes three to five rounds of private training time with a champion trainer. Courses are divided into three levels: Base (for the beginners and everyone who want to join the discipline for the first time), Intermediate (for those who have practised without being professionals), and Advanced (for professionals).
Every day, except Sunday, the training sessions occur both in the morning and evening. Each session is composed of a series of activities including: warm up, learning new techniques, bag work with different combinations of kicks, elbows and punches, clinching, abdominal work, stretching, and the highly anticipated one-on-one ring time with your trainer.
You will find a 600 square meter gym fully-equipped with three boxing rings, a large heavy bag area, speed balls, and other boxing-specific workout equipment. There is also a modern gym for fitness and body building, a swimming pool for relaxation, and a restaurant for daily nutrition. Experienced dietitians will be at your disposal to help you find the best diet to follow in order to reach the best physical form that will also optimise the energy you will need for training. Guests are welcome for short term sessions, but there are also rooms available on-site which are fitted with all modern conveniences for guests staying for longer periods.
You can choose from five different room types - available with a fan or air-conditioned. All rooms are clean, comfortable, and include all the basics you need, like free Wi-Fi.
Kombat Group Thailand has a large private garden where you can spend time in between training sessions reading or socializing with the other guests from all over the world. Alternatively, you could relax in the outdoor private swimming pool or catch some sun on the sun loungers! They can currently accommodate up to 50 people at any given time.
Kombat Group Thailand has everything you need - whether you are a beginner, a professional fighter, or someone wanting to lose weight and get fit. You will find a 600 square meter of a fully equipped gym. Three boxing rings, an MMA cage, a large area for heavy bags, speed balls and other sports specific workout equipment, a modern gym perfect for fitness, and weights and functional training. The gym is available at any time you feel the need for your own personal training session.
Kombat Group Thailand is an all-inclusive training and fitness camp founded by the Muay Thai world champion and Boxing champion, Christian Daghio. The gym is located in the outskirts of sunny Pattaya just 90 minutes from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi airport. Kombat Group Thailand believes in Thai methodology and western approach.
Kombat Group Thailand offers training in Muay Thai, Western Boxing, Krav Maga, MMA, and Brazilian Jiujitsu. They also run a highly effective weight-loss program that combines martial arts, functional training, and an individualized nutritional plan. They don't just advise you on what to do, they will also explain why. Understanding the reasons behind each technique will make learning so much easier.
Kombat Group Thailand has built their gym so that you can spend an amazing holiday in Thailand learning martial arts whilst getting fit and healthy. Their committed trainers will push you to become the best version of yourself. It doesn't matter what age or shape you are - everybody's goal is just as important. %The courses are open to men, women, and kids of minimum eight years old. Training is personally followed by an experienced staff. This fighting school is structured to improve the beginners as well as the more experienced professional athletes.
At the camp, you will be enjoying time in the sun, relaxing in the private swimming pool, and training in the fresh air surrounded by lush palm trees. Best of all, you'll be spending time with people around the world who share the same goals and mind-set as you.
Kombat Group Thailand is constantly updating and improving their gym in order to be the best training camp in the world. As a family run business, they are always happy to provide the support you need in order to make the most from your journey. Whether you want to become a better fighter, lose weight or recharge your body, mind and spirit, they are always there for you.
There will be eight coaches during the training time to guarantee that everyone gets the attention needed to improve the skills. They will follow you during the running class around the lake (optional), during the Muay Thai style warm up, during the bags workout, and during the Muay Thai and clinching technique. You will have a one-by-one training with the pads (three to five rounds) and, for the advanced level, two trainers for Muay Thai and western boxing sparring.
Though strange to Western ears, the Thai language is not as difficult as you may think. Learning a few basic words will make your stay in Thailand more rewarding. Comprising 44 consonants and 32 vowels and diphthongs, Thai, or Pasa Thai, is the national language of Thailand. Dialects vary in the north, northeast, and south. Based on contemporary Mon and Khmer, the script in Thailand was developed around eight centuries ago. The language in Thailand has five tones: mid, low, falling, rising, and high. This often intimidates foreigners, but with the practice basic words and phrases are relatively easy to master. Learning some Thai can enhance your stay in Thailand, and even if your first attempts evoke a few giggles, most people will appreciate your effort. Transliterations from Thai script to roman are sometimes confusing. With no clear rules, one Thai word may have several roman spellings. For example, if you want to take a pleasant stroll in Bangkok, Thailand you can go to Lumphini Park. However, signs along the way might also point to Lumpini or Lumpeenee Park, yet they are one and the same. Harder still, ph is pronounced as p; not f, and th read as t. Also, some letters change their sound according to their position: the Thai character Lor Ling corresponds to l if placed at the beginning of a word, and n if it comes at the end. For this reason, many Thailand language guides give different transliterations.
With the hot weather and fresh selection of foods in Thailand, Pattaya Muay Thai boxing camp is the perfect place to start your journey to a newer fresher you. Pattaya offers you a fun and exciting way to lose weight and tone up your body in the same way professional Muay Thai boxers do.
Not only will you be losing weight, you will also be learning a valuable skill that you can use to protect yourself and be the envy of all your friends. Along with learning valuable skills at this Muay Thai boxing camp, you will immediately see an increase in your self-esteem and confidence due to your better-looking physique but also from the positive attention you will receive from the Thai nationals.
Kombat Group Thailand also employs a dietician or nutrition specialist to guide you in your journey back to a better, healthier, and stronger you. There will be a personal trainer to work with to you to push you and support you in your personal journey.
The workouts at Kombat Group are divided by levels of fitness. Everyone can train, regardless of their sex, age, and physical condition. There are three levels available: advanced (for professionals), intermediate (for those who have practiced but are not professionals), and base (for the beginners).
At the end of each course, a certificate of attendance is issued. Through these programs, you will have the possibility to fight in the stadium in Pattaya and in the big ones in Bangkok, such as Lumpinee or Rajadmnern!
In Muay Thai, when you strike with the elbow, you ideally want to hit with the sharp pointy bone. If you were to hold your arm in front of you as if you were throwing a hook punch, the part of the elbow that you want to strike with is the sharp pointy bone on the bottom. Make sure in Muay Thai that you are striking with this part of the elbow rather than flush or with the top part of the bone; you should hold your open palm towards the target.
In Thai Boxing, it is very important that you keep your guard high and tight when executing elbows. If you throw an elbow, rest assured in Muay Thai you will be given one in turn. Keep your Muay Thai guard high so that your wrists are at eyebrow level. In Thai boxing, do not reach for the elbow strike. With very few exceptions, the elbows should be thrown at clinching range. -Thai boxing pads techniques
Grasp the Muay Thai pads so that your palm is towards your opponent, not towards your face. When you are the Muay Thai pad holder, stand in your normal stance, facing your opponent. The Thai boxing pads are designed so that the Muay Thai boxer can train realistically against a human opponent. -Muay Thai kicking drills
For one, you can have the Muay Thai kicker alternate kicks for an entire round. Left-right-left-right. The Muay Thai kicker needs to keep up a good solid pace. Do not rest in between unless necessary! Don't be lazy! Most of the time, when holding the pads for Muay Thai roundhouse kicks, you hold them at mid body level. Even if you use Thai boxing style kicks mainly to attack the legs, you will benefit from practicing them higher, as it requires you to work harder. -Muay Thai knee drills
Have the Muay Thai boxer practice free standing straight knees, or clinch knees. A student doing Thai boxing should do a skipping footwork to alternate knees. For instance, if I just knee with my right, as my right foot drops to the floor, the left skips backward to load up the left knee. Again, you can also drill multiple knees on the same side. Instead of dropping the knee to the front, bring it all the way back, continually loading for the next knee. -Thai boxing push kicking drills
Muay Thai pads are not conducive to push kicking drills. Either allow the Thai boxing student to push kick you or invest in a belly protector. If you invest in a belly protector, stick to the above brands and try to find Velcro straps. The Muay Thai pad holder has a great deal of responsibility to the Thai boxing student, as the Muay Thai pad holder dictates the pace of the workout. You should push the Muay Thai student. -Thai boxing combination drills
Keeping in mind all of the above advice for the Muay Thai pad holder. Let's move on to combination drills. When directing Thai boxing combination drills, the Muay Thai pad holder should vary between having the attacker execute the techniques or combos for power, or for speed. Do not change in the middle of the round. -The low roundhouse kick of Muay Thai kick
Muay Thai camps will go into variations after basic have been established. Remember, with the low roundhouse kick of Muay Thai, the target area ranges from a Thai boxer's ankle up to his upper thigh. You will try to break this up into a few steps, but remember, when this Muay Thai kick is actually executed, all the steps flow together into one motion. -Step and lean kick
Step sideways at a 45-degree angle to the intended Muay Thai opponent. As you step, your stepping foot should start to rotate. As you step, you should lean your body in the direction that you step. This helps get your body momentum going, which is a key ingredient to this Muay Thai kick. -Rotate and lean kick
Your entire body most rotates on the ball of your foot. Your leg should be straight (or very close to straight) during the entire Muay Thai kick. As you rotate and kick, as in all Muay Thai, your body should stay leaned away from the kicking leg. This acts as a counterbalance of sorts and gets the weight of your upper body behind this strong and powerful Muay Thai kick.
When the leg strikes your intended Muay Thai target, it should strike with the lower portion of the shinbone and/or the very upper part of the instep. The momentum of this Muay Thai kick should follow through the target. This Muay Thai kick does not stop at impact!
Following through on this kick and all Muay Thai is probably the most important facet of Muay Thai. Think of your leg as a baseball bat, swing it all the way through you opposing Muay Thai opponent, attempting to break through everything in your path.
Do not attempt any Muay Thai kick if you are standing too far away from your Thai boxing opponent. This forces you to step into your opposing Muay Thai athlete when covering the distance, and gets your body's momentum traveling in the wrong direction.
When you lean away and perform this Muay Thai kick, lean far enough away so that your head is out of reach of your Muay Thai opponents punches. Especially during all Muay Thai low kicks, as you have to stand closer to your opponent while executing them.
Swing your leg in a "dead legged" style using your hip, very similar to kicking a soccer ball or football. In Muay Thai, you should never snap your leg, like in karate. Follow all the way through your intended Muay Thai target. If you were to miss, the kick would literally spin you around! When this Muay Thai kick impacts with your Muay Thai target, the heel of your support foot should be pointing at your target.
Remember, for those who have studied kicking styles other Muay Thai, the impact area is now the lower shinbone. That means you have to adjust your kicking range to reflect the Muay Thai style. This a small but a very important adjustment. In Muay Thai, the support leg bends when kicking low, the lower your kick, the lower you bend your support leg. -Muay Thai, dropping lead hand when kicking
Muay Thai boxers do typically drop one of their hands when executing a Muay Thai roundhouse kick. The reason, as you may have guessed, is for both leverage and added power. Though you were referring only to the lead side Muay Thai roundhouse kick, and the dropping of the lead hand, the same is true for the rear legged Muay Thai roundhouse kick.
For one, Muay Thai roundhouse kicks from the lead leg are naturally weaker because they do not benefit anywhere near as much from the body's powerful rotation during the Muay Thai kick. -Muay Thai clinch fighting in combat sports
Clinch fighting is the primary focus of many combat sports such as Muay Thai and it is also a fundamental part of mixed martial arts. The nature of the clinch fighting in each sport depends on the rules involved.
Muay Thai puts much emphasis on strikes from the clinch while avoiding takedowns. Similarly, to all is that they allow the grappling necessary to form a clinch. Others combat sports like western boxing or kickboxing only allow clinching for a short time or do not allow it at all. -Conditioning the shins for Muay Thai
When doing Muay Thai kicking, the heavy bag and Thai pads will begin the preparation, you should kick over 100 times each or around that figure. Before your Muay Thai training every so often and massage the shins or while in Thailand seek out the popular Thai Massage, the vigorous massaging will keep the blood flowing into them. This promotes faster healing of the bruised flesh and any damage to the bone suffered during this Muay Thai training.
Christian Daghio made his debut as a professional fighter in 1993 and by the year 2000, he became a pro Muay Thai European champion and became a pro Muay Thai world champion the next year. By 2002, Christian became the first Italian to fight and won at the famous Lumpini And in Bangkok. In the next year, he became a Muay Thai Boxing Champion at the Thepprasit And in Pattaya and also became the first Italian to fight at the King's Cup of Thailand in Bangkok. Currently a professional athlete in Thailand, he is the founder of Pattaya Kombat Group. He will be present in every training session.
Yai is a trainer for professional fighters and in advanced Western Boxing. His record includes 180 fights. He won the title of Champion of Chonburi Province.
Poo is a trainer for professional boxers and striking teacher for MMA. His record includes 250 fights, of which he won 237. He won two titles: Champion of South Thailand and Champion of Rayong Province.
Yut’s specialty is training for beginners. He has a record of 180 matches with 150 won. He has gained the following titles: Champion channel 7; n.1 channel 3; and Champion of Chonburi province.
Wao trains in bag work, is a striking trainer for Krav Maga, and a sparring partner. He currently fights in Thailand and in Max Muay Thai Circuit. His record includes 210 fights (150 won, 50 lost, and 10 draw).
Tee is a trainer for professional boxers, a clinch partner for MMA fighters, and a sparring partner. He currently fights in Thailand and in Max Muay Thai Circuit. His record includes 150 fights (110 won and 40 lost).
Joe is currently fighting in Western Boxing. His records in the amateur league is 44 fights, of which he won 30 and lost only 14. In the professional circuit, he has had 12 fights, winning half, and losing 3.
Kombat Group Thailand is situated in a quiet rural area near a beautiful lake, on the outskirts of Pattaya - the perfect lace to avoid any unwanted distractions. Pattaya houses a collection of large, sophisticated international resorts. Smaller hotels set in the sprawling manicured seaside gardens and upscale restaurants dot the landscape.
The town is also trying to create an image as a family destination, expat retirement magnet, and convention hub - and it now has the facilities to back this up. Pattaya's close-knit expatriate community not only is at the forefront in the effort to clean up the town's image, but also is very active in other local activities, particularly in charity-related events.
Whatever your goal, Kombat Group makes sure you eat to support your performance. The all-inclusive package includes three carefully planned meals that give you the nutrients and calories you need to make the most of your training.
If you are a vegetarian or have specific dietary requirements, Kombat Group will create a suitable meal that meets your needs. Just inform in advance.
If you are overweight, the chances are you haven't quite managed to establish the eating habits that keep you healthy and fit. When you join the weight loss program, this is bound to change. During your stay, your three daily meals consist of fresh fruit and vegetables, quality meat, or fish and eggs - fresh foods to fuel your body and mind.
A typical daily eating plan for weight loss could look like this:
Breakfast for non-diet menu includes a choice of oatmeal, scrambled eggs, American breakfast or cornflakes with milk (coffee or tea, fresh fruit, toast, and fruit juice). Lunch includes alternating Western and Thai meals. Dinner includes soup, grilled meat, or fish with salad. All served with fresh fruit.
Located only seven kilometers from Kombat Group, the Alangkarn theater offers you the opportunity to enjoy the traditional Thai cultural shows.
In this modern interactive museum, you can take lots of hilarious photos and relive the fun on your return home memories! Only 16 kilometers from Kombat Group!
Fun for all the family, especially for the big kids, is to be had at the Cartoon Network themed water park.
Do you love shopping? Here are the places for you.
Feel the adrenaline on three kilometers of zip line woven through the Thai jungle.
A range of traditional activities, Thai cultural shows, and lots of handicrafts and gifts are available here. A great day out that is only ten kilometers away.
Jomtien is located seven kilometers from the camp. There you can find sauna, hammock, swimming pool, Thai restaurant, and lots more.
There, you can see a huge imagine of Buddha sculpted into the side of the mountain: it measures an incredible 109 x 70 meters.
A little bit of paradise just off the coast of Pattaya! Enjoy the sun and the sea on this beautiful island located 14 kilometers away and 20 minutes on the boat.
What is better than enjoying our swimming pool? Free access day and night, just three or four steps from your room! The best way to recharge body, mind, and soul!
See real Muay Thai fights in the most exciting venue in Pattaya only ten kilometers from your training location.
The city of love, and the best ladyboy show in town. It is only seven kilometers away from your training camp.
There, you can admire all the beauty of Thailand in only one place.
This is a 500-acre botanical garden with many attraction inside including elephant riding, Thai cultural and regionalized dancing show, and lots more to see and do.
If you're interested in seeing some great local fights then be sure to visit this Muay Thai stadium.
Do you want to see Pattaya in all its glory? Well then, you need to visit this scenic viewpoint which is only ten kilometers away.
A beautiful stretch of white sand with overhanging trees. Restaurants and facilities are dotted along its length.
Good wine, good music, and company come together in beautifully sculptured gardens and a relaxing atmosphere.
Splashdown is a new adult adventure water park, with eight great attractions starting with the tallest inflatable water slide in the world and the big red balls - wipeout style!
The sanctuary is a handcrafted teak building filled with carvings depicting many traditional Buddhist and Hindu motifs.
Rated as the world's number four transvestite cabaret show.
Discover all the beauty of Thailand's fish and marine creatures!
Travel only 13 kilometers from your training camp and you can see a huge image of Buddha (300 feet) and many other smaller statues in a different style.
Don Mueang International Airport
Transfer available for additional US$58 per person
Transfer available for additional US$58 per person
Please book your flights to Don Mueang International Airport (DMK) or Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK). Transfers from and to these airports are available upon request. If you need a taxi, the fees will be 3,500 THB for transfers from the airport to the camp and vice versa. 2,000 THB for transfers from the airport to the camp only, and 1,500 THB for transfers from the camp to the airport.
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