In the internationally most important Muay Thai stadiums, Lumpinee and Rajadamnern, fights are sanctioned for 5 rounds of 3 minutes each, with a break of 2 minutes between rounds.
How long does it take to be really good at Muay Thai?
It takes a few years to get really good at Muay Thai, 3-5 years to be exact. However, it is possible to look good in 1 year with frequent training and a strict diet. Of course, the results of your time training depend on many factors, such as how often you train, your diet, and how you train.
How often do Muay Thai fighters fight?
There are three main reasons for this: First, they are much more active. On average, a young Thai fighter, in Thailand, during his fighting prime, is likely to fight about once per month.
Can you learn Muay Thai 2 years?
Don’t let any of this discourage you! You don’t have to dedicate your life to training Muay Thai to become good at it! Honestly, I think around 2 years is enough to be good at Muay Thai and even a few months is enough to be a lot more competent in a self-defense situation.
At what age do Muay Thai fighters generally start fighting?
You may therefore be reasonably successful, but not great. Thai fighters generally start young, Buakaw started at age 8. Can you imagine the toughness and experience picked up in those 14 years between 8 and 22?
Can I train Muay Thai 6 days a week?
Training anywhere from 4-6 times a week is ideal.
Your body should be used to muscle fatigue from punching and kicking compared to less experienced Muay Thai beginners.