Muay Thai – Improve Your Health with Activity Holiday
Have you ever taken a fitness vacation? I had never heard of such a thing until I started learning about Muay Thai, which is Thai boxing. But I learned about a camp called SuWit Muay Thai where you can not only learn and train in this sport/exercise, but you can stay in their on-site accommodations!
Popularly known as one of the best travel destinations in the world, Thailand is a real paradise for those who enjoy wild nightlife and pristine beaches and sea. Thailand is home to some of the most spectacular beaches and unforgettable landscapes that cannot be seen anywhere else in the world! All these things make Thailand a destination that is perfect for adventurers. Another thing that makes Thailand a good travel destination is Muay Thai. Thanks to Muay Thai training in Thailand, you can experience both fitness and fun together and work on your strength and skills.
About Muay Thai
Muay Thai is an ancient martial art that has been known to Thai people for centuries. People from the rest of the world have been fascinated by this combat sport and fitness activity in only the last couple of decades. It is not a surprise why Muay Thai holidays are becoming so popular around the globe and that people travel to different places in Thailand in order to practice this activity in a training camp. Apart from offering a great way to stretch and strengthen your muscles, shape your body, lose weight and promote your discipline, Muay Thai training gives you an opportunity to push your own limits.
Of course, you aren’t left to your own devices; each training camp has professional trainers that will work with you. Typically a Muay Thai training class is offered for small groups of students (up to 6) so the trainer can observe each students’ progress.
Why Choose Muay Thai
There are many reasons why people choose Muay Thai camps in Thailand in order to learn this sport: experienced instructors, equipment, suitable facilities and an overall atmosphere that provides motivation and inspiration. Aside from learning Muay Thai, you can also learn more about the fascinating history of this country by visiting ancient ruins and temples, plus you can visit the many modern shopping malls and buy inexpensive products, you can get involved in some other activities like water sports, hiking and trekking.
Consider taking your next vacation to Thailand, not only to tour this historically rich country but also experience the food, the culture and more by checking out the SuWit Muay Thai website at www.suwitmuaythai.com.
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this is very informative. thank you for posting.
Stacy Renee says
This is way cool. I’d love a vacation where I could hike or bicycle through very scenic areas, swim a ton, and join in on local yoga classes.
Really interesting. It would be really fun to partake in the Thai culture in this way. Very cool.
CR Williams says
This seems pretty dangerous I am not sure I would try this.
Rosanne Morrison says
I think Sean Penn was ding this form of fighting in the Gunman
A fitness vacation would not be for me. I sure would not mind visiting Thailand, though. Their beaches look gorgeous.
john hutchens says
A fitness vacation sounds like fun for the entire family. I have never heard of a fitness vacation, but it sounds really fun.
This is right up my alley and something I would be very interested in ! Thanks for sharing.
Meg A says
My mom has visited Thailand before as part of a trip for journalists. I love Thai food and recently made their Pineapple Fried Rice that I tweeted about. There are Muay Thai classes in Toronto. I’ve also never heard of a fitness vacation before. It sounds like a summer camp.
RANDY FULGHAM says
looks good for kids