Of course, the main question here is “what are you really looking for in your training?” Though, to answer that, you’ll need to answer a few other questions as well.
These four questions below should help those who’re thinking of going to Thailand to train in Muay Thai to see if making the trip is worth it or not.
What Are Your Training Goals?
If you’re preparing for an upcoming fight and want to improve your clinching, chances are, you’re going to benefit a lot from training in Muay Thai. So too are those who’re looking for a more well-rounded general progression in their skills.
6 Ways To Fund Your Muay Thai Training In Thailand
Going to Thailand to train isn’t easy, more so for foreigners who’re sure to leave their jobs, some of which are lucrative, behind.
While saving up money is your first instinct, it’s hard to save enough money to last for as long as you’re planning in Thailand. Even harder is to prepare for any emergency expenses that’re likely to come up, as well to prepare for any chances of you extending your stay (which does happen quite a lot).
To help you, here are six tips that can help you find ways to find extra money as you train Muay Thai in Thailand.
If you want to better at clinching, it’s best that you practice with these common mistakes in mind to avoid committing them again in the future.
Not Being In The Right Position
A very common mistake when fighting, especially among foreigners, is entering the clinch with one foot forward and the other a few inches or a feet back. This is different from the proper position where the feet are evenly spaced apart and the hips square to the opponent.
Not being in the right position will make it easier for your opponent to throw you off balance.