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Patong Stadium Gym
Added: 24th Sep 2012 | Updated: 7th Dec 2012 | Views: 1449 (avg. 3 p/day)
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Welcome to MuayThaiLand's Patong Stadium Gym page. Patong Stadium Gym is a Beach camp in Phuket, Thailand. This page is a portal to all the information about Patong Stadium Gym that has been submitted by MuayThaiLand's members. If you are looking for information, answers, articles, videos and discussions about Patong Stadium Gym then this is the place to be.
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Last updated: 24th Sep 2012

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Patong stadium Muay Thai gym is an authentic Thai boxing training camp located in the busy Patong City area of the paradise island of Phuket, Thailand.

It is easy to find us, you just go straight past the jungceylong shopping complex and turn right at the katta police station. The gym is then about 350 meters on the left hand side of SaiNamYen road.

We are open to everyone from beginners and those wishing to shift extra weight to active professionals looking to hone their technique and fight in the famous Patong Muay Thai Stadium. We teach a varied programme of traditional Muay Thai training which can help get you in the best shape of your life.

By training hard twice a day Monday to Saturday, with Sunday off for rest and recreation your fitness and Muay Thai technique will improve rapidly. Your body and mind will be focussed and you will see the benefit of your hard work. In comparison to domestic Muay Thai training consisting of a lesson a week for around 2 hours you get 104 hours per year of Muay training. Here at Patong Stadium Muay Thai Gym you get 6 hours traing 6 days a week that means you can do over 1 years training (144 hours!) in just one month in Thailand. Our professional and well respected trainers will be on hand to help you every step of the way.

Thanks and we hope to see you training with us soon!
www.patongstadiumgym.com


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About Us
Last updated: 24th Sep 2012

We are a relatively new Muay Thai Training Camp in Patong City, Phuket. Our gym is well equiped and maintained and has well respected trainers previously from PBG such as Sert and Man.

We cater for people at all levels of their Muay Thai career from complete beginners wishing to get fit to active pro's wishing to hone their technique and improve their fight game.

Whatever your reason for joining us for Muay Thai training at Patong Stadium Gym we ensure you will have a great time training with our master trainers, friendly students and staff and will enjoy the positive atmosphere.

Our gym is easy to find near to the Jungceylon shopping centre, patong hospital and the katthu police station. You can get to us easily from Phuket international airport by taxi for around B1000 (£20).

2/59 Sai Nam Yen Road
Patong Beach,
Amphur Kathu,
Phuket, 83150 Thailand.

Training Routine
Last updated: 24th Sep 2012

Morning Training starts at 08:00 until 10:00
Afternoon Training starts at 16:00 until 18:00


1) RUNNING / JOGGING...
Running is the cornerstone of cardio training and leg conditioning in Muay Thai. It is essential to while training for a fight to run twice a day between 5km and 15km. When running for Muay Thai Training you should put emphasis on running on the toes in order to build up calf muscles which are needed for maintaining proper stance and taking the impact of kicks. Runs should be varied and contain hill runs, interval runs and road running. When training at Patong Stadium Gym you have the advantage of nearby pristine beaches which provide sand and shallow water for extra resistance.

2) SKIPPING...
Skipping is the warm up method of choice for Thai boxers. It is also essential for those students who are unable to participate in runs. You should do 15-30 minutes skipping in the morning and afternoon sessions. Regular skipping helps to improve your footwork, breathing control and cardio while building your concentration skills.

3) STRETCHING...
It is sometimes said that training and fighting in Muay Thai is as much about managing and avoiding injury as about training. Stretching routines are the most under-rated part of training and can be a great tool in avoiding injuries, improving flexibility and explosive power. Our experienced Muay Thai trainers can help you develop a stretching routine which you can use before and after every training session.

4) SHADOW BOXING...
Shadow boxing is integral in Muay Thai training especially in beginners. This is how you learn to master techniques and gain muscle memory. By performing your full range of Muay Thai movements in sets and sequences in front of a mirror where possible, varying speeds and visualising opponents you will learn control and more natural techniques.

5) HEAVY BAG Work...
Heavy bag work is very important in Muay Thai and toughens the body, especially the shins. The techniques you have mastered while shadow boxing can now be applied at full power repetitively against a moving target. When you begin training you will do 3 rounds, increasing to 5-8 rounds and adding double kicks as your stamina, power and accuracy improve. At the end of each training session you will carry out repetitive drills such as 500 knees and 500 teeps.

6) PAD Work...
The most enjoyable and one of the most physically intense parts of Muay Thai training is pad work, where the trainer wears a set of protective Thai pads. This enables you to attack at full force in a similar way to an opponent. Besides sparring this is the closest you will come to a fight. At first you will find pad work very physically demanding as it pushes your cardio. Pad work helps to build your muscles, co-ordination and tactics.

7) SPARRING...
The closest you will come to having a fight is sparring. Due to the heavy nature of many Muay Thai strikes such as elbows and knees these techniques are often left out favouring punches and kicks. Sparring gives you the chance to use everything you have learned in a controlled environment without risking too much serious injury. Sparring is very physically demanding and essential if you plan to fight.

8) GRAPPLING...
Clinching or grappling is the art of controlling your opponent by gaining dominant position and locking the neck or arms. From this position you can easily cause major damage by delivering heavy strikes such as knees to the head or solar plexus. You can also throw your opponent to the ground. When training grappling you should take care to not strike with full force and cause injury.

9) STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING...
When you are finished with your Muay Thai training it is time for sit-ups, burpees, pull-ups, free weights, machines and all round strength and conditioning training. This should be performed after each training session before warm down.

10) WARM DOWN...
You should warm down slowly with some shadow boxing then repeat your stretching routine. Some students also carry out yoga routines.

Training Costs
Last updated: 24th Sep 2012

- One Session = 500 baht
- Two Sessions (One Day) = 1000 baht
- Two Sessions per day for 1 week = 3000 baht
- Two Sessions per day for 1 month = 10,000 baht

- 2x Daily Training sessions + Accommodation
- One Day = 1300 baht
- 1 week = 7,000 baht
- 1 month = 20,000 baht

Accommodation
Last updated: 24th Sep 2012

We have private rooms available. Each come with ceiling fan, aircon, tv, shower, double bed, balcony and are cleaned regularly.

We will be adding much more details about our rooms and some pictures very soon!

Extra Info
Last updated: 25th Sep 2012

-We keep being asked how much a fighter is paid for a low level fight in Thailand. The purse starts at 5000baht and goes up depending on your level and the fight card you are on.

There are many things to do and see near to our Muay Thai Gym. Such as the highest bungy jump in Thailand, 10 pin bowling, many bars, clubs, restaurants and much more! You will definintely have plenty to do on your day off from training.



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Mark from England Training Western Boxing at Patong Stadium Gym
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Mark from England Training Western Boxing at Patong Stadium Gym

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Ben Ballesteros Muay Thai Fight
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Ben Ballesteros Muay Thai Fight

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San Kantapia fast kicking
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San Kantapia fast kicking

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San and Jose Trainig a Patong Stadium Gym
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San and Jose Trainig a Patong Stadium Gym

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Justin from Perth, Australia training at Patong Stadium Gym
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Justin from Perth, Australia training at Patong Stadium Gym

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Up and coming Muay Thai fighter Shorley training at Patong Stadium Gym
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Up and coming Muay Thai fighter Shorley training at Patong Stadium Gym

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Sert's Fight (Leg Kick TKO)
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Sert's Fight (Leg Kick TKO)

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