Taking Muaythai into the 21st Century

22 Feb

by Fairtex (2005-02-22)

Fairtex Muaythai Fitness is an elite training centre that is taking Thailand’s fighting art and cultural heritage into the 21st century.

Fairtex international standard facilities at Fairtex include the latest training equipment for muaythai, boxing and martial arts. As well a modern gymnasium with state-of-the-art equipment provides an ideal fitness environment for weight reduction and all bodywork.

At Fairtex you can experience a new level of vitality and advanced training in the atmosphere and excitement of a famous muaythai camp.

Martial artists and fitness enthusiasts travel to Fairtex Thailand from all countries around the world to spend a week, a month or more to learn the skills of authentic muaythai.

Fairtex provides training at all levels for all ages. As well, the Fairtex experienced trainers – many of them former champions – provide expert guidance for those preparing for amateur and professional fights.

According to Mr. Philip Wong, chairman and founder of Fairtex, muaythai has become so popular internationally that many people are cherishing the opportunity of coming to Thailand to experience the traditions, culture and ring skills of muaythai.

Mr Wong’s passion and mission in life is to expand the knowledge and culture of muaythai to the world, and he personally welcomes all muaythai champions, professionals, amateurs and the many international visitors who come to Fairtex Muaythai Fitness to learn muaythai from the Fairtex one-on-one trainers.

Fairtex is one of the few traditional muaythai training centers that provide classes in Thailand’s weapons martial art called Krabi-Krabong.

Fairtex Muaythai Fitness has daily training classes in yoga stretch, fitball, and various aerobics workouts – all designed to compliment the traditional muaythai training which is the core of the Fairtex legacy that has a proud 30 years history.

Some of the world’s famous martial arts champions have come from the Fairtex group with over 25 Bangkok stadium and world champions. They include “The Wooden Man” Jongsanan, “The Rock ” Nuengsiam , Yoknoi, Alex “F14” Gong, George Tsutsui and Jean Claude Leuyer.

Head trainer at Fairtex Muaythai Fitness is Apidej Sit-Hirun who’s regarded as one the greatest muaythai fighters of all time. For two decades – during the 1950’s and 60’s – Apidej was unbeatable.

Personal trainers provide one-on-one instructions for visiting foreigners training in the Fairtex camp.

Fairtex teaches this ancient fighting technique of swords, body weaponry and the battlefield skills from a direct lineage of the Swordsmanship Institute of Ayutthaya.

For more information on Fairtex muaythai training and costs contact info@fairtexmuaythai.com

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