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Suwit Muay Thai camp – Your best choice for Muay Thai training

Thursday, March 20, 2014

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Muay Thai is a combat sport originating from Thailand. Few decades ago it wasn’t that known worldwide but nowadays there are professional Muay Thai fighters from around the world. The special rules and the use of all limbs on our body make this sport so appealing.
If you want to learn more about Muay Thai and practice it actively or you are already training Muay Thai but you want to improve your skills then visiting a Muay Thai camp in Thailand is a must.

Since Muay Thai is the most popular sport in Thailand and Thailand has a population of over 65 million people it is natural that you can choose from hundreds different camps around Thailand. In order to save your time we will suggest you one camp that has everything that is needed for a top quality Muay Thai camp.

Of course we are talking about Suwit Muay Thai training gym Thailand. So let’s see what makes this camp the best choice.

The most important factor in deciding on a Muay Thai camp is the qualifications of the trainers / instructors. Suwit Muay Thai has professional trainers with years of experience as active fighters. Many of them have won lots of competitions. With these trainers you can be sure that you will get the proper training according to your needs and abilities without risking any injuries or over training. You can also talk with them about different skills that you need to improve. They understand English and they will do everything they can to help you in and out of the camp.

Over the years Suwit Muay camp has invested a lot in their facility. The quality of the ring and the quality of the equipment is on a high level. You will get all the necessary equipment which is properly maintained.
This camp has organized training sessions and you will need to stick with them in order to progress fast. There are training sessions twice a day and the trainers work with very small groups which is a warranty for a successful training.

These are the two most important things to look before joining a Muay Thai camp and as you can see Suwit Muay Thai fulfills these expectations completely. Besides that it is situated on a great location (beautiful Phuket Island) and it has its own quality accommodation for a very cheap price!

Something really cool about photography......

Monday, March 17, 2014

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  People who love taking pictures with their phones, professional Nashville photographers and Nat Geo magazine, are all crazy in love with the art of photography. There is so much to see and to know about this art. Things are going wild in the world of photography and there are some really cool facts, it would be very nice for you to know.

Every two minutes, we take as many photographs as the people in the whole world did in the 1800s.  This is for you to understand how easy and reachable photography is today. We are so lucky to have the opportunity of immortalizing everything we want. The cameras on our phones are awesome and we can share our tiny creation with the whole world within seconds. When it was all only in the beginning, photography was a delicate luxury. Then it became a once a year thing. So, today we should really appreciate the fact that one wedding is supposed to have one thousand photographs and that one phone can capture everything you want.

In 2011 a survey has shown that in England, 76 percent of people were drunk in the photos they were tagged on Facebook. The survey shows only the fact that people let the cameras do their jobs when they are happy, relaxed and chill. This thing goes for everyone. How many times when being sober you tried to avoid the photographer, but when getting a little dizzy you were shining like a celebrity on the red carpet, in front of the camera. And as the best photographs are the ones that are taken when people do not expect it, the drunken pics are really awesome. Maybe you do not look like a princess, but at least you look real and funny. Happy people are making happy photographs.

  If you ever wondered what is the price of the most expensive camera in this universe, you should know that it is 2.8 million of dollars. It is a rare Leica camera, which was bought for this crazy money at an auction, in Vienna back in the 1923. A mad and rich collector of expensive stuff or just a passionate camera lover who is also rich, shows to the world that photography is precious and it deserves to be treated right.

 I sincerely don’t know if there are any photographs taken with that Leica treasure, but I know one thing, every camera, every photograph and every single photographer in this world are creating this beautiful art for us. It is an art of life, time and people. 

A Few Hair Washing Facts......

Thursday, March 13, 2014

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Everybody does it . . . some people wash their hair every day, some people wash their hair once a week and there are lots of people in between but how much do we really know about hair washing? How often should you wash your hair? Why do we have bad hair days and good hair days? 

 Let’s take a look at a few of the facts:

 • Your body is extremely busy secreting fats and debris from the cells – aka sebum. This sebum is removed through the hair follicles. Okay, it sounds gross and that’s why we need to use shampoo but sebum does play a very important role – it is the body’s method of waterproofing and moisturizing the hair and the skin and without it the skin and the hair would be extremely dry and flaky. Okay, too much sebum leads to oily hair which is thought to be dirty, at least in the western world. We seem to be obsessed with removing any trace of sebum from our hair to leave it shiny, clean and healthy . . . or is it?

 • So sebum might be gross but we do need it, it’s crucial to the health of our skin and hair.

 • Washing your hair too frequently can be counterproductive at best. You can try so hard to get rid of all the sebum in your hair that the body simply goes into overdrive and makes even more of the darned stuff. It’s all about creating the perfect balance. The frequency of the hair wash really is a case of personal preference – if you wash your hair too often your body just creates an excessive amount of sebum but washing is necessary to remove bacteria – if you don’t keep your pores clean it can create other problems like acne.

 • In the days prior to hand held dryers and natural styles many women used to book a weekly hair appointment for a shampoo and set leaving their hair for a full week between washes. As styles have become more casual and bathing more convenient (hot tub in front of the fire anyone) we have begun to wash our hair with increasing frequency, many people wash their hair in the shower every morning as a matter of routine and feel dirty and unkempt for the entire day if they don’t get their morning shampoo.

 • In the days preceding the 20th century women used to wash their hair only once a month or so, but did they all look greasy, did they smell? Not to my knowledge.

 • There was a hair washing study which ran for six weeks via an Australian radio show back in 2007 after one caller happened to mention that he hadn’t washed his hair for a decade – 500 listeners participated in a 6 week challenge – 6 weeks without washing their hair. At the end of the “experiment” more than 85% of the listeners said that there was no difference in the condition of their hair at all. There are some great products and equipment at for when you do decide that it’s time to treat your hair to a shampoo. The problem is that appearance is extremely important these days – cleanliness is next to godliness as they say – and lots of people just could not imagine going through the day without washing their hair. Leaving your hair for a few days between washes on your “off days” might be the answer- just to see how you get on. 

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