Thailand Training Camp

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Travel to the mecca of Muay Thai and join us in tropical paradise at the upcoming Nak Muay Nation training camp at Diamond Muay Thai on the stunning Koh Phangan island! Other than the intense, technical training, you’ll be able to explore the pristine beaches and take tours of the island with the rest of your teammates. 

TRAINING In The Motherland

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TRAIN LIKE A THAI WHERE IT ALL BEGAN <<< Recommended Reading: Muay Thai Mondays – “Training In Thailand” >>> For some nak muays, training in Thailand is a rite of passage. Perhaps it’s the sense of ancient wonder and beauty that many associate with the country. Maybe some feel that time spent kicking down rubber trees on Thai soil imbues them with mighty power of some kind. Maybe they just really dig pad thai. Whatever the …

NOTHING Like Training In Thailand

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7 Differences When Training Muay Thai in Thailand So you’ve been training for a while now and are thinking of making the so-called rite of passage trip to a Muay Thai training camp in Thailand. Or perhaps you are just starting out and think the best option is to jump in with both feet – and where can you get a fuller training experience than where Muay Thai originated? If you’ve never trained in Thailand before, a …

TMTG: Stories From Thailand

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The Muay Thai Guys Podcast – Episode 80 We are back with a new, entertaining podcast after three weeks off! With our combined countless experiences traveling to Thailand, and Paul’s recent Limitless Project retreat to Koh Phangan, we thought it was a good idea to chat about various Thailand stories. We’ll share some useful tips and insight that will help you make the most out of your Thailand trips. Click Here To Listen To TMTG …

Paul’s Top 10 Rules of Travel in Thailand (and Asia)

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The Muay Thai Guys Podcast – Episode 78 Traveling to a foreign country – especially Thailand – can be a bit stressful if you’re not sure exactly what to expect. Fortunately, Paul and I have traveled to Thailand a combined 12 times and have spent over 3+ years combined in “The Land of Smiles”, so we decided to share some lesser known travel rules to consider when making to journey to the mecca of Muay …