Annika, from Sweden, was at Kombat Group a few years ago, then she returned a second time after this. During her first visit, she had the luck to be interviewed by Christian Daghio himself, our beloved founder.
Our Current Thinking on the Coronavirus
The Coronavirus has brought the world into a virtual stand-still as governments and world organizations scramble to better understand the virus, find a vaccine and contain the outbreak. Schools are shutting down, companies are advising employees to stay home and international travel has nearly halted. The global economy and stock markets continue to spiral as people wait eagerly on some form of optimism to surface. Unfortunately, there is no way to predict when resolution may come, and it may be quite some time before a tested, reliable vaccine is developed. Kombat Group Thailand’s response to the global pandemic will be to carry on. We’ll be here with our doors open, living life, doing work and honing our craft. Below we’ll describe in greater detail our current thinking on the Coronavirus and why we have decided to stay in the fight.
What is the best Martial Art for Self Defense?
The most effective discipline for street fighting
“What’s the best martial art for self defense?” This is one of the most common questions asked when comparing different martial arts. This article will attempt to answer the more specific question: Which is the most effective martial art to learn for self-defense? That is to say which discipline may be the best to practice with street fighting in mind. In the interest of practicality, we’ll just focus on the disciplines most often offered in local gyms: Muay Thai, Western Boxing, Brazilian-Jiu Jitsu, Wrestling and MMA.
How I Regained My Confidence in Boxing
We had a chat with George, who came all the way from the UK to Thailand to train in Western Boxing.
What were your thoughts coming to the camp? What were your hopes and inspiration?
Well, I’ve been in boxing for a few years now and I ’d been out of boxing for a while. I just wanted to get back into it, get back in the swing of things and really try and get the feel for these camps. I’d heard about these camps in Thailand and just wanted to try one out.
Lost 30kg in 8 Weeks on Weight Loss Retreat
My name is Isaac Maw, I’m from Jindabyne in Australia.
I’ve been here for eight weeks now. I wish I could stay longer! My goal at the start was originally just to lose 20 kilos, but in the first week and a half, I lost about 8 kilos. So, I decided then that 20 kilos would be too easy and I wanted to push myself as hard as I could.