My Trip to Thailand to Study Muay Thai (Part 8) One-On-Ones
I was a bit apprehensive about my first one-on-one session at Tiger Muay Thai. I had traveled a long way to learn Muay Thai from the masters, but found the group sessions to be more for those who are trying to do Muay Thai for a living. They put a lot of emphasis on conditioning.My Trip to Thailand to Study Muay Thai (Part 7) Back to Training
After recovering from a brutal 1st day of training, and a hike up to Big Buddha, I drag my ass back to class, and face an enforcer in sparring. Day 2 was much harder than Day 1 because adrenaline had gotten me through Day 1.My Trip to Thailand to Study Muay Thai (Part 6) Some Tips About Thailand
There are some things you should know about Thailand. In this article, I offer some helpful tips to the first-time traveler to Thailand.MY Trip to Thailand to Study Muay Thai Part 5 (Climbing to Big Buddha)
Upon traveling to Thailand to study Muay Thai, I learn Thailand is more than 95% Buddhist. I set out to climb to the Big Buddha shrine in Phuket.My Trip to Thailand to Study Muay Thai Part 4 TRAINING BEGINS!
After having traveled to Thailand and experiencing some cultural differences between what I am accustomed to and Thailand, I finally get to work, training on Muay Thai. This is where the fun begins!My Trip to Thailand to Study Muay Thai Part 3
I travel to Thailand to study Muay Thai. This is a part of a series of articles detailing the trip, the training, and the experience.