I have been to this camp for over 1 month. It is an excellent training camp if you want a variety of your program. I paid day by day to train here because simply it is impossible to do all 6 days training. And you don't need to do Muay Thai because yoga, bootcamp and cross fit program will make you fit already. I usually take yoga, bootcamp (body fit) and one specialty program like Krav Kabong (stick fighting) and then a group session of Muay Thai in the afternoon. The private session is about $20 per hour but you progress much faster than doing group session. The trainers here are mix of good and bad, but overall I didn't have problem with any private session.
I would suggest not to prebook the training by month or week. Just walk in and pay by the day. Because some days you just too tired and you won't be able to make it to every single day. And don't buy the meal plan either, it is very westernized and expensive. There are cheaper restaurant just down the street (e.g. Tony's). And also accomodation you need to prebook far ahead if you want cheap accomodation at the camp. I showed up last minute (in high season), and everything was booked and only manage to find Tony's Dream Village which is about 10 min walk away from camp for 12000 baht a month. Low season walk in should have no problem.
I love the intensity and variety of program here. Everyday you can do something different and that is what I love. However I would suggest to stay here at least 1 month to get good results as it took me 2 weeks to conditon to the weather and the intensity of the programs.
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