Muay Thai is a great combat sport also known as martial arts. This technique uses the eight limbs and is therefore known as the Art of Eight Limbs. These eight limbs include the two feet, hands, legs and elbows. This sport was originated in Thailand and has great fan following here. It has now become an international sport and there are matches being held all over the world. This has led to many new aspirants for Muay Thai apart from Thailand. This also means that there is an increasing need of training camps for Muay Thai across the globe.
You will find many state of the art training centres who groom aspirants from various parts of the world. This can be done in Thailand as well. But one thing which separates Thailand from other training centres is the ambience and the atmosphere. As this sport has a different approach in Thailand because of its roots grown from this land, the training is one level up from other camps.
Many aspirants feel that Thailand would not be a good choice because of the language barrier. But this is not true. The trainee need not know Thai as a language to learn Muay Thai. The trainers in Thailand are well versed with the most common language English and can train the aspirants better than any other training centre. The aspirant will feel the sport from within apart from learning the techniques which is very important.
This sport needs a lot of physical and mental focus. The sport needs the aspirants to fight with opponents who may attack without any information. This needs a lot of mental focus for all the things happening in the surroundings. At the same time they will need physical strength to defend the attack and in turn reply to it with a better move.