Martial Arts Vacation?https://i0.wp.com/www.chooseadventurebook.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/IMG_0392-scaled.jpg?fit=2560%2C1912&ssl=125601912Greg EllifritzGreg Ellifritzhttps://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/e0796fbe64c5c54764b80b72b3148061?s=96&d=mm&r=g
Have you ever considered traveling for the sole purpose of learning or practicing a martial art?
I haven’t. I did take a couple of Capoeira lessons on a trip to Brazil once, but the trip’s purpose wasn’t to do just that.
Capoeira sparring in the street in Paraty, Brazil. The agile capoeira guy is about to eat a roundhouse kick from the bulky, non-agile American.
If I did travel for training, it would be to Thailand to train Muay Thai at the world famous place where the kickboxing art was developed.
I’ve been to Thailand twice now. On both occasions, I watched the local Muay Thai fights. It was an amazing experience that I would recommend to anyone.
World famous Bangkok Thai boxing stadium
Did you know that you can go to Thailand just to train in Thai kickboxing once or twice a day? Check out the article linked below to find out how to do that. I may try it after I retire.