A unique aspect of Kombat Group is that every training session occurs within a group. Every day you train with the same people around you which increases motivation, productivity, social opportunities and helps you achieve your fitness goals.
Muay Thai is the national sport of Thailand and we live and breathe it at Kombat Group. In fact, it’s one of the biggest components of our fitness camp and people from all backgrounds and experiences come to us specifically to be trained in Muay Thai. It’s a fantastic full-body workout which not just increases strength and skill, but it's a great fat burning exercise.
The most important day of the year during which we celebrate this wonderful sport is 17th March, where the entire kingdom honours and remembers Nai Khanom Tom, The Father of Muay Thai.
How many times did this thought cross your mind? If you are an egg-lover like most of us are, probably each time you taste the amazing flavour of an egg yolk. In this article, we'll explain to you what an egg is made of and the effects that eating eggs have on our bodies.
Life at Kombat Group Thailand isn't just training, eating and sleeping.
When we aren’t busting ass in the training ring, our fighters are out exploring the nearby attractions that Pattaya has to offer. These include an 18-meter golden Buddha, the electrifying Max Muay Thai Stadium and famous glitz’n’glamour transvestite cabaret shows. Here are some of the unique things our fighters can do during their downtime while training at Kombat Group Thailand.
Everyone knows how to make a salad, but, are you making a very healthy salad?
Actually, salad doesn't have to be boring, it can be delicious, inexpensive and nutritious. If you want to build a nutritious and complete salad, follow our tips!
As part of our International Women’s Day promotion, we are giving away an incredible discount: bring a friend with you and she will get 50% off. Perhaps you are wondering why we are being so generous? Because for International Women’s Day (and every other day), we want women from all around the world to feel strong, confident, empowered and beautiful (inside and outside).
66% of global adults are either overweight or obese, according to the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM). To combat this startling number, the ACSM recommends that overweight people set themselves the target of at least 250 minutes of physical activity per week in order to achieve long-term weight loss.
We sat down for a chat with Lainey (Ireland) and Patricia (Austria) after a few weeks into their stay at Kombat Group Thailand. Both are here to increase their fitness level and improve their body composition (more muscles, less body fat). They have big individual goals, and both are really enjoying the training and resort so far!
Read about their journeys below and get ready to be inspired.
Do you know what country the sport of Boxing derives from or who the youngest world champion was? Or have you heard how Muhammad Ali believed abstinence was the secret to victory in the ring and about the new and upcoming sport of chess boxing? Yes, you heard right, chess boxing is a real sport!
In this blog, we delve into some of the most interesting facts about boxing you’ve probably never heard. Check out our top 5 picks below!
The average person will burn up to nearly 1000 calories in a typical 1-hour Muay Thai session, according to health resource website, Nutristrategy. That’s more fat burning than most sports offer, and Muay Thai is extremely fun, it’s a full body workout and it’s a group activity!