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Suwit Aritlcle and news on January 17th ,2015

Things You Should Know Before you start with Muay Thai Training
Although Muay Thai is a sport has deep roots that go back to the 14th century (and even earlier according to some historians) today this sport and martial art is widely used as a tool for improvement of fitness levels in any individual. People have figured out that Muay Thai is an excellent way to lose weight and get in shape and on top of that this is a nice opportunity to learn a self-defense technique and have fun at the same time. Muay Thai training sessions are filled with interesting activities and they are so different that being bored while training Muay Thai is almost impossible. Every day dozens of people discover the many benefits that this type of training brings and they are interested to join a proper school in order to practice Muay Thai. Although you won't need much knowledge and you even don't need to be in shape in order to start training it is good to have some basic knowledge because it will help you get the desired results faster.

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1. Don't rush. This is the first rule that probably applies for any type of training. According to many experienced trainers, like the ones found in Muay Thai camps in Thailand, students often give their best in the first training session, train hard and after that they lose interest because they either end up injured or exhausted. This is why you need to consult your trainer before you choose some program.
2. You will probably feel some body pain. Even if you don't cross your limits you will still feel some physical pain after your first training class. Don't be afraid. Muay Thai is a sport that activates all the muscles in your body and there is a big chances that some muscle groups in your body haven't been active for a while. As you continue you with regular training this pain will be gone.
3. Ask question. If you have questions about anything, feel free to ask the instructor. After all, that's their job. If you have difficulties in understanding some exercises and movements or you simply have some questions about your diet the instructors are here to help you.
Finally, if you want to avoid all the hassles that usually occur when you are trying to find a good Muay Thai training camp we suggest you join Suwit Muay Thai training camp. This camp is located on the stunning Phuket Island. This is the place where you will take classes under a supervision of real professionals and you will have the chance to use quality equipment and quality facilities. Suwit camp is also offering some cost affordable quality accommodation too.



SuWit Muay Thai : 15 Moo 1 , Choa Fa Rd , T. Chalong , A. Muang , Phuket , Thailand , 83130
Tel . (66) 76 374313

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