Thailand, the land of smiles, the land of opportunities and the land where dreams can come true. Many have come here with a dream. Whether it is about picturesque holidays, unforgettable tours, sightseeing, or even adventures. In Thailand you’ll find it all.
You may even have a small fighter in you, who wants to the strength with Muay Thai fighting, or perhaps want to come here to loose a bit of weight or learn self-defence.
What is Muay Thai?
Before you jump on the next flight to Krabi to master the art of Muay Thai, let’s quickly sum up here what it really is you’re endeavouring on. We don’t want you thinking that this is a beach holiday where there will be a few light training sessions, and nothing else, do we?
If you search the definition “Muay Thai” online, which you now don’t have to, because we did it, the term Muay Thai has the following meaning:
“Muay Thai or Thai boxing is a combat sport of Thailand that uses stand-up striking along with various clinching techniques.This physical and mental discipline which includes combat on shins is known as “the art of eight limbs” because it is characterised by the combined use of fists, elbows, knees, shins, being associated with a good physical preparation that makes a full-contact fighter very efficient.
Muay Thai became widespread internationally in the twentieth century, when practitioners defeated notable practitioners of other martial arts.”
Now that is defined, let’s move on to what matters – the Muay Thai Camp!
The Muay Thai Camp
Maybe you are already doing Muay Thai in your local city, have read about it, or you have friends that have tried it, and are thrilled with enthusiasm about the adrenalin you’ll likely get from the training. It could also be, that you just feel that your local studio is not enough for you – you need the real deal, the real experience – with real Muay Thai fighters.
Well, then Bull Muay Thai Camp & Bamboo Pool Resort may be just right for you.
Here you can combine a vacation while learning the art of Muay Thai. The Bamboo Pool Resort has 30 bungalows, a restaurant with Italian and Thai food and of course a pool, where you can relax your sore muscles after a training unit with your coach and sparring partners.
So if you think that you have what it takes, or really would like to test your abilities and limits – Muay Thai Camp may be for you.
There are lighter options
If you are not quite sure whether you’ll be fit enough to partake in the Muay Thai Camp, or maybe your spouse is, and you’d like some lighter options, then you could potentially enroll on the self-defence course that we also offer to our visitors. Perhaps you even have a bit of padding on your body that you’d like to nurture, which we easily can help you with by offering you our training course where you’ll loose weight – guaranteed. The exercise will be based on Muay Thai training of course, so you’d be doing running, skipping, basic exercises, shadowboxing, fit boxing and of course abdominal exercises with a round of stretching afterwards.
The Resort is nestled in Ao Nang in Krabi, an island that is among one of the most visited placed in Thailand, known for its amazing and breathtaking beaches, markets and of course a buzzing nightlife – and now also for Muay Thai!
Whether you’re a beginner, an experienced fighter or want to start off lightly with a bit of exercise to burn some belly-fat, at the Bull Muay Thai Camp in Ao Nang, you’ll find it all.
The Bull Muay Thai Camp is the most perfect place to train and Muay Thai Boxing in a natural and relaxing environment. It doesn’t get more realistic than that actually.
So whether you’re a professional or a beginner, the Muay Thai Camp will offer you the most effective and best training experience there is. We are offering dedicated courses or sessions for professionals and beginners.