Muay Thai and health benefits

Thailand is a land full of surprises. It has a lot in store for almost every age group. Thailand has been in the headlines for its amazing attachment with the adventure sports and activities. Being a beach destination it has loads of water sports and activities that lure the tourists and localities. Sports like trekking, mountain biking, camping and many more can be done in the mountain regions of Thailand. The coastal areas have snorkelling, kayaking, scuba diving, jet skiing, para sailing and many more. Apart from all these sports Thailand is also blessed with a sport which was originated in this country. It is known as Muay Thai.

Muay Thai is a combat martial arts form which uses the art of eight limbs. The eight limbs are the hands, the feet, the knees and the elbows. It is an aggressive sport and uses the techniques to attack the opponent. It needs a lot of dedication and discipline which helps the aspirant in learning the technique and mastering the art of Muay Thai. This sport was limited to the Thai people only. However with time it has made its place as an international sport and enjoys recognition worldwide. This has given rise to the fan following and people wish to learn the sport. Keeping this in mind many training camps have been set up in different parts of the world to cater to the needs of the Muay Thai aspirants.
These training camps offer state of the art facilities to the aspirants which help in learning the sport. However the training camps in Thailand are the best as they offer the right ambience and atmosphere to learn Muay Thai. Muay Thai is the best way to good health. It keeps the aspirant on their toes and helps to stay fit. People who travel to Thailand make sure that they learn this sport before they leave for their home country.

It hopes for “Paeteng” not to remove from the program.

Robert Kock hopes that in this time Paeteng Kerttiphonthip might not face with any situation to be the loser anymore. In addition, he has trained this boxer well with his good attention to adjust himself for fighting with Datesakda Sitsongpheenong in order to fight with funniness.


Robert Kock said that now Paeteng Kerttiphonthip is always not the perfect boxer no matter of his not readiness to fight to be removed from the matches. Moreover, in this time he has a stomachache and vomit until sending to the hospital. However, on the next match he might fight with Datesakda Sitsongpheenong on Suek One Mit Chai and Suek Phetwisate broadcasted on Monday of 9th November 2015 at Rachadamnern boxing stadium. Later, the manager of Kertphonthip boxing camp said that on this match he has his long preparation with his good attention and diligence to practice himself. Thus, it won’t have any problem , and in this time he has adjusted himself with his good mind by talking with him. Finally, it might be the good opportunity to call back for the good form to fight again as the well-known one with much prices.