Fighters in Thailand live and train in Muay Thai camps called “Khai Muay.” Members of a camp are like extended families. They eat, train, sleep and socialize together. Muay Thai fighters train twice a day, and are known for their unmatched physical and mental conditioning, as well as their ability to maximize the natural efficiencies of the mind and body. Since he was 11 years old, Coban lived and trained in Camp Lookchaomaesaitong in Buriram, Thailand. He grew up in the ring – fighting as a professional from the countryside of Thailand all the way to the famous Lumpinee and Ratchadamnern stadiums of Bangkok, and other arenas worldwide. Here at Coban’s Muay Thai Camp, you won’t just workout at a gym. You will be a part of our Khai Muay. You will train with Coban everyday. He will show you time- and ring-tested training techniques that you won’t find anywhere else. You will also be inspired by Coban, and learn about respecting instructors, elders and teammates like extended families. As a result, we can help mold you into a great fighter, or simply make you as strong and fearless as one.
Coban’s Muay Thai Camp in New York City offers the widest array of authentic Muay Thai classes. To give members the fullest experience of Muay Thai, we offer classes covering fundamentals, pad work, technical sparring, clinching, and more.
We have categorized the lessons in two class types: Pad Work and Techniques in order to break down cardiovascular work from learning different techniques.