My travels in Thailand to study the Thai abdominal strikes of Muay Thai (part 9), but not as hard as Kay

I was quite bold in what I eat in Thailand. Since this was my first visit to Thailand, I received a lot of warnings from different people about a condition called Thai Tummy. & # 39;

I like spicy food, so I was not too worried about it, and I firmly believe that experiencing different cultures is the bulk of their food,

try the menus in Thailand that I never tried home . I think the mistake I made was with some street vendors. I clearly saw that their preparation areas were not exactly clean, but I never expected what I kept.

Thai Tummy & # 39; sounds like such a cute sadness … No. My brother felt they were going to fall. I was afraid to be away from the toilet from a couple of parties, but on day 3 I became super bold. I missed the training and had to go back.

As I took a few days, Sawat found another private lesson to fill the time so I was without a coach. I went back to group meetings. The problem was that for more than 10 minutes I couldn't escape from the toilet, which was the last two days, not to mention 2.5 hours.

I strategically placed myself near the exit and let go of myself when I needed it. For the fourth or fifth time I saw this puncher as the coach of your head. When the time came for the pads, I saw whispering something in a coach's ear. This trainer bought me and told me I was going with him.

In the next 11 minutes of the coach, the beaver kicked out of me, this was the hardest 3 rounds I ever did. He made push-ups between the circles while the rest were resting. The third round with me in my knee … is completely out of the gas. She looked up and waited for her to push her, but she reached for her extended hand and helped me out of the floor. He said good work. And I went.

Who was this maniac? I saw his name on the shorts. His name was Kay. Tiger Muay Thai has a look at me on

Kru Kay (Fight Manager)

Nickname: Kay

Fighting Name: Pichai Wor Wolapon

Battleship: over 250 battles

Titles: 3rd in Lumpinee Stadium

Kay began training at the age of 10 in Surin, northeast Thailand. He soon began to fight and quickly gained a reputation in the local circle as a strong warrior and won many victories. At the age of 17, he moves to Bangkok's famous Kiatsingno camp, where he trained at the TMT trainer at Nai. Kay made his debut in Bangkok at the Rajadamnern Stadium, the 100lb squad, and then lifted the weight classes before becoming Onesongchai's superstar, Thailand's biggest promoter, who regularly fights at Lumpinee Stadium on national television.

During the prayers of Kay he visited the biggest names in Muay Thai days, such as Orono, Attachai, Thongchai, Chatchai and Yokthai Sitor. Kay competed for the champions of that time under Muay Thai's "Golden Age" and stood up, but unfortunately they never got the title.

At the age of 27, Kay retired from the fight with over 250 fights and 17-year-old races. After retiring, he quickly began training warriors in Bangkok and Surin, where he raised champions like Iquezang Kor.Rungthanakeat.

After opening Tiger Muay Thai, Kay was soon registered to join the training team and has been here ever since. Having trained Tiger's main warriors for years, Kay is now in the position of a combat manager. In the local stadiums, Bangkok stadiums and overseas, it organizes the fight against TMT warriors.

Known for the unknown training style of Kay, which focuses on strength and endurance.

I came back to the ruin to lick my wound, which was made by his brawl. I got online and read the above information. I went to Tiger Muay Thai and applied for private lessons with Kay.

I really admired this man. The rough appearance is a great trainer. But he also has compassion, as his willingness has shown to help me on the ground after our first encounter.

During my stay at Tiger Muay Thai I train with him every day. I had morning group meetings, a private Kay and then group meetings again. I got into a wonderful shape and I belong to all the maniac who kicked my ass.

I never told Kay why I left the class that day and I don't think he would have taken care of it. He was instructed to kick my ass so he … and I loved it. Now I know what the term crap beat you, … … I hurt everywhere, but my Thai tummy has disappeared.

Source by Mike Stidham

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