Thai Camp 2003

For the 13 th consecutive year, the Thai Boxing Association of the U.S.A. , State of Oregon , offered a five day camp with America’s leading Muay Thai expert, and your exclusive camp instructor, Ajarn Chai Sirisute. The setting was a scenic wilderness in the company of some of America’s most dedicated Muay Thai practitioners.

Ajarn Chai is known throughout the world for his highly praised seminars on Muay Thai. He is the founder and president of the Thai Boxing Association, U.S.A. In addition to the Thai Boxing Association in the United States, he has established international associations in Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, Spain, Belgium, Italy, Switzerland, Puerto Rico, and Sweden .

For 33 years, Ajarn Chai has quietly taught Thai Boxing techniques to over 20,000 students in universities, colleges, YMCA’s and backyards. He specializes in training full-contact fights for international competition in W.K.A., P.K.C., I.K.B.A., K.I.C.K. and Muay Thai, and headed the first U.S. team to Thailand to compete in the International Championships (1982 Bangkok, Thailand). In addition, Ajarn Chai was a conditioning trainer for the Dallas Cowboys from 1983 to 1990, and has trained many amateur and professional Thai boxers.

Muay Thai has no belt ranking system, and can create a devastating fighter within a short period of intensive training. As Ajarn Chai notes, “I believe that the one standing after a fight is the true expert.” Learn the ropes from one of the great masters of our time.