FLIGHT & FIGHT
Don’t flight from this fight, our official partner AKA Thailand offers the best trips to their facility in Thailand. Many professional athletes were or are training here! After all, they are the world’s first sports combat luxury training resort for everyone and are voted highest rated destination gym in the world
FLIGHT & FIGHT: Thailand Muay Thai Retreat
Traveling is a fantastic way to add variety to your training routine and explore new challenges. With our partner, AKA Thailand — The world’s first sports combat luxury training resort, you can experience different training environments and competitions.
We’re here to offer their services, training, products and travel arrangements to all!
From those who want to go on a beautiful vacation, enjoy the food without having to bring home the extra pounds or to seasoned fighters who want or need to prepare for an upcoming competition.
Apparently, big shots like Dana White, Dan Bilzerian and Tyron Woodley have all gotten their sweat on at AKA and they just can’t get enough. It’s like a revolving door of famous faces over there! They are the creme de la crème and highest rated gym in all of Thailand!
ABOUT MUAY THAI
Muay Thai is a traditional combat sport from Thailand, also known as “The Art of Eight Limbs” due to the use of fists, elbows, knees, and shins.
This traditional martial art has a long and rich history in Thailand and has become popular worldwide as a form of martial arts training and competition. Muay Thai is known for its intense physical conditioning, including cardiovascular endurance, strength, and flexibility, as well as its emphasis on technique and strategy. Training in Muay Thai can be a physically and mentally challenging and rewarding experience, providing a foundation for self-defense skills and overall fitness.
MUAY THAI TRAINING CAMP Standard Travel Package (per week for Solo or Group Travellers)
AKA Thailand, owned by the original AKA team member Mike “Quick” Slick, Blair Speers, and AKA founder Javier Mendez, is committed to delivering world-class training in traditional Muay Thai, Brazillian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ), Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), and Strength & Conditioning.
The AKA’s state-of-the-art Muay Thai training facility includes:
● 560 sm (6,000 sf) open-air training building
● two super-sized 7.3m x 7.3m Muay Thai rings
● MMA and BJJ programs run inside an airconditioned 460 sm (5,000 sf) main training building
● Weight room facility
● AKA Airdyne cardio blast room
● Basketball court
● Ice bath
● Showroom & Pro Shop
● Contender Cafe & Restaurant
With a brand new location, AKA Thailand is attracting top fighters and shaping new prospects into champions. The facilities offer the opportunity to train in the tropics of Thailand under the roof of globally renowned names in combat sports. Trust us when we say that this Raise Revival X AKA Thailand Muay Thai camp is an experience you don’t want to miss out on.
What Is Muay Thai Training Like In Thailand?
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to train Muay Thai in Thailand?
It’s an experience like no other! Imagine immersing yourself in the birthplace of this incredible martial art, surrounded by passionate trainers and fellow fighters who are all pushing themselves to be their best.
You’ll feel the energy and excitement as you train in state-of-the-art facilities and soak up the rich culture of Thailand.
It’s not just about the physical training but also the mental and spiritual growth that comes from challenging yourself in such a unique and inspiring environment.
Trust us, it’s a trip you’ll never forget!
While training at a Muay Thai camp in Thailand can be intense and rewarding, it’s also important to take some time to explore the surrounding area and culture. We’ll set you up with excursions and activities outside training hours, such as visiting local temples, markets, and beautiful beaches together. You can also try delicious local cuisine and learn about Thai traditions and customs.
Frequently Asked Questions: Muay Thai Training Camp
What are the Muay Thai training facilities like at AKA Thailand?
The Muay Thai training facilities at AKA Thailand are top-notch and cater to fighters and fitness enthusiasts worldwide.
The gym has a full-sized professional Muay Thai ring, a cage for MMA training, heavy bags, speed bags, wall bags, and more. In addition to the combat sports training areas, AKA Thailand has a state-of-the-art full fitness training center with various cardio and weightlifting equipment. The gym is located in a tropical paradise setting and offers a unique and inspiring atmosphere for training
What is the typical daily schedule for a Muay Thai training camp?
The typical daily schedule for a Muay Thai training camp varies depending on the specific program, but generally, it includes multiple training sessions throughout the day.
This can include morning runs or conditioning sessions, followed by technique and pad work in the morning and afternoon, and sparring and clinching skills sessions in the evening.
Additional strength and conditioning classes may also be offered, as well as rest and recovery periods built into the schedule. Meals and accommodations are typically included in the package. We can also offer additional activities, fitness classes, and excursions outside training.
Is it necessary to have prior experience in Muay Thai before attending a training camp in Thailand?
You don't need prior Muay Thai experience to sign up for this Muay Thai camp. However, it's important to have a good fitness level and to prepare yourself mentally for the intensity of the training.
AKA's excellent trainers work with individuals of all skill levels, and the training can be customized to meet the athlete's goals. Before your book your flight, we recommend familiarizing yourself with the basic techniques of Muay Thai—which you can do with one of Raise Revival's classes or personal training.
What is the climate like in Thailand, and how should I prepare for training in the heat?
Thailand has a tropical climate with high humidity and temperatures ranging from 25°C to 35°C (77°F to 95°F) year-round. It's important to stay hydrated and wear breathable clothing during training. Bring sunscreen, a hat, and sunglasses to protect yourself from the sun.
Acclimate to the heat before starting intensive training is also a good idea. Try to arrive at a good gym a few days early to adjust to the climate and avoid exhaustion during your first training da
What should I bring with me for training in martial arts in Thailand?
Packing the right gear when traveling to Thailand for martial arts training is important. Bring lightweight and breathable clothing suitable for the tropical climate and comfortable training shoes.
We'll provide you with hand wraps, but we recommend you pack gloves and shin guards for hygiene reasons, although these can also be purchased at the training camp.
Don't forget to bring sunscreen, insect repellent, and a water bottle to stay hydrated during training. Additionally, bringing a small first-aid kit with essentials like band-aids, pain relievers, and antiseptic is always a good idea.
Are there opportunities to compete in Muay Thai fights while training in Thailand?
Yes, there are opportunities to compete in Muay Thai fights while training in Thailand. AKA has connections with local fight promoters and can help arrange fights for their students.
However, it's important to note that fighting in Thailand requires proper licensing and medical clearance, so it is important to follow the proper procedures and guidelines before competing.