Extreme beginner training in Thailand

Discussion in 'Standup Technique' started by atticuzz, Sep 29, 2010.

  1. atticuzz

    atticuzz White Belt

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    Hi,

    I live in Australia and am looking at heading to Thailand to train in Jan-Feb for 1, possibly two months.

    I am wanting to lose weight and improve my technique and conditioning over there, so am wanting to know which camp would be best for very basic beginners, I have only trained Muay Thai for around a month with no sparring yet.

    I think over there without all the distrations of work, uni etc I will be able to improve much faster as I will be able to devote myself to training completely for 6 days a week, and no doubt the temp/humidity will speed up weight loss a little aswell.

    If I want to train there, Jan-Feb is going to be the only time I can get the time off for the next year or so.

    I was thinking either Tiger or Dragon but if any of you guys have any recommendations i'l definately be keen to check them out!!

    thanks
     
  2. blackbart

    blackbart White Belt

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    So you want to go to Phuket? Search cos there are heaps of threads on this already.

    Tiger gets bagged on here alot. Ive never trained there but know a few (3) beginners that have and they found it ok. Dragon and Sinbi get better wraps on here.

    Do a search on here and on International Kickboxer forum as its Aussie based and has info as well.
     

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