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Suwit Aritlcle and news on January 23th ,2015

Muay Thai Training -Things you need to know
Muay Thai is the national sport of Thailand, combat sport and martial art and many people often confuse it with kickboxing. Although there are some similarities between these sports it is important to understand that they are different sports which can be noticed in the best way by observing training classes. Muay Thai training involves knees, elbows, punching similar to the one found in western boxing and kicks with the legs. According to many historians and numerous legends, Muay Thai was used by the Thai army centuries ago and it was exactly Muay Thai that saved this country many times from the invading armies. Muay Thai has always been popular in Thailand and even today this unique sport is equally popular - there are matches that take place every day and they can be viewed on popular Thai TV channels. Muay Thai
In the past decade Muay Thai has become popular because it has become part of many mixed martial arts and many fitness trainers view with sport as a great workout. The training classes include cardio exercises with resistance exercises and activate every part of the body.
No matter if you are interested in getting individual classes or you want to be part of a group class you need to find an experienced trainer that can observe your progress and help you achieve your goals. The best way to do this is to join a Muay Thai training camp in Thailand. The trainers found in most of these camps are not only qualified and skilled, but they are also good at teaching and sharing their experience with the students.
Muay Thai is very popular because people of all ages, genders and even people who have been physically inactive for a long time can be part of training classes. Most camps in Thailand are offering beginner friendly classes so you don't have to be worried that you are doing something wrong. You will go through a process of warming up, you will learn some new moves, kicks and exercises that will help you get in shape and tone your muscles. Even after a short stay in these camps (2-3 weeks) you will notice the results.



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