Due to the popularity of Muay Thai there is a never ending stream of foreign students who are eager to join a Muay Thai training camp in Thailand. People want to train with recognized Muay Thai champions and they want to test their aquired skills against the best in the world. Thousands of people dream about making it big in Muay Thai and dreaming is good but without some decisive action nothing will actually happen. A very important question many people have is whether they can earn enough from Muay Thai while they are training. Sadly the truth is unless you are already a well established and successful fighter it is just about impossible to make a living as a beginner. There is also the issue of your agreement with your training gym. If you train at a gym which are specializing in training fighters then your training will mostly be free but all winnings will be split 50/50 with the gym.
An amazing sport
Many Muay Thai training camps in Thailand are bending over backwards to accommodate as many students as possible. This martial arts discipline have a training course from which every fighter can benefit. This sport generates high levels of physical fitness and it will boost health and physical wellness. Many foreign students spend their holidays in Thailand to learn more about the traditions and culture of this country and to ensure that their technique are as flawless as possible so that they can continue to be the best Muay Thai students possible. Those who train at fighter producing gyms must remember that they can only fight once a month. That effectively means an income of between 3000- 5000 Baht per fight. Once again this is only possible for fighters with previous experience in the ring. Even after many months of training an inexperienced fighter may require as much as three months of intensive training to be fit enough and good enough to be allowed to fight professionally in Thailand. Suwit Muay Thai of physical conditioning is a good training program for every levels.
The beginner fighter
It must be understood that just as in professional boxing or in any other professional sport you only compete when you have proven that you are ready. In Muay Thai it is a long and arduous journey to progress from absolute beginner to where you are finally ready to face a opponent in the ring. Even after months of training it sometimes happen that individuals sadly lack the natural talent and skill to compete professionally. Nevertheless you can be certain that Muay Thai trainers are very quick to recognize genuine talent. Once a talented student has been discovered it does not take long to come to a mutually beneficial agreement between the student and the training facility. The agreement when it is finally offered will differ from student to student and likewise the training to prepare students for combat may also be different. This is because every student have slightly different strong points than the other and this has to be developed as much as possible to provide the student with an advantage when competing.