Extreme 30 Day Transformation: Julie Vs. Stefan Begins

Tiger Muay Thai and MMA is proud to present our newest WeightLossThailand.com feature. Every month, two Tiger guests will challenge each other to see who can achieve the most impressive fitness transformation in thirty days.

Well start each round by introducing our competitors and showing you their before photos. Then thirty days later, we will reveal their after shots and youll be able to see the fantastic changes theyve made.

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Then, its up to you.

Youll be voting for which guest has made the most impressive transformation over the course of thirty days by commenting on WeightLossThailand.com or on Tigers Facebook page.

The votes will be tallied and the winner will walk away with some great Tiger swag!

You ready for two new competitors?

 

Competitor #1

Julie Start

Name: Julie Kristensen

From: Denmark

Age: 20

Height: 180 cm

Weight: 98.8 KG

Occupation: None

 

  

Competitor #2 

Stefan Start

Name: Stefan Ramagge

From: Gibraltar

Age: 23

Height: 168 cm

Weight: 75.6 KG

Occupation: Professional Child

 

Check back in 30 days to see their impressive transformations!

If youll be at Tiger for at least a month and you would like to challenge someone to the transformation of a lifetime, e-mail Aaron@TigerMuayThai.com and let me know. We cant wait to see you around camp!

 

Extreme 30 Day Transformation: Grainne Vs. Funny Results

With 70% Of The Vote

  

Congratulations To

Farnoush (Funny) Dank

Funny Before And After

For Winning The

Extreme 30 Day Transformation

    

As A Prize To Reward His Success,

Funny Has Been Awarded

 

A Free Week Of Training At

Tiger Muay Thai & MMA

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Congratulations To Both Competitors!

 

If you’ll be at Tiger for at least a month and you would like to challenge someone to the transformation of a lifetime, e-mail Aaron@TigerMuayThai.com and let me know. We can’t wait to see you around camp!

Checking In With Robin: Chapter One

Robin 1Robin has been at Tiger for the last five years in a variety of capacities. Robin describes his job duties as “having a hand in pretty much everything at camp” and says that he is Will Elliot’s (Tiger’s GM) right-hand man. Robin is currently embarking on his own weight loss journey over the next year and we are checking in with him regularly to see how his journey is progressing. He started at 140 KGs and his goal is to get down to 80KGs over the course of a year. He has started his program with a detox at Atmanjai Wellness Center to help boost his metabolism and give his body a much-needed tune-up.

What Is Atmanjai?

Robin 4Tiger Muay Thai & MMA and Atmanjai Wellness Center are now working together to offer combined programs for those interested in detoxing at Atmanjai prior to the beginning of their training (or after their training has finished!) For Robin’s first four days, he ate a raw food diet to help pre-cleanse his body to prepare for the Ultra Cleanse package he would be receiving. Then he participated in a six-day session of Atmanjai’s Ultra Cleanse. While you don’t eat any food for the six days of cleansing, it’s remarkable how much energy you will find that you still have. After the six days on Ultra Cleanse, Robin then participated for four days on Atmanjai’s Eat Well cleanse, which integrates fresh fruit and vegetables into the cleanse to help your body begin to readapt to eating. Robin and I can both confirm these programs are an excellent way to begin a weight loss regimen at Tiger.

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What Was His Daily Routine?

The day starts with a mixture of supplement beverages, and a peaceful walk at Nai Harn beach or a session of relaxing yoga. On the Eat Well program you eat three small meals of raw fruits and vegetables, while on the Ultra Cleanse program you receive an additional session of colon hydrotherapy to help fully cleanse your system.  The rest of the day is a whirlwind of treatments (including daily massage), supplements, coaching sessions, swimming and rebounding. Robin said the acupuncture treatments were especially helpful to him and that is help to ease the pain he feels from damaged tissue in his shoulder.

How He Feels Now

He’s never felt better. He’s able to train his shoulder more effectively after acupuncture, he’s not feeling the intense food cravings he used to, and his metabolism is moving at a lightning speed. He says the biggest change he notices is his energy levels. He’s training harder than even before and has energy to spare. He also was successful in losing weight while on the cleanse. He lost 7 KGs in ten days and has managed to keep it off successfully for the last couple weeks (and lose even more!)

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Next Steps Forward

Robin has started training with Tiger Muay Thai’s personal trainer to adapt a workout perfect for him and the limitations he faces with his shoulder. He’s sticking with the healthy eating and the pounds are falling off him. He knows that even though he’s limited in the types of workouts he can do, there’s no good excuse not to workout in the ways that he’s able. He plans on visiting Atmanjai again in the next 2-3 months to help keep his body and mind running in tip-top shape.

If you are interested in attending a detox at Atmanjai, give us a call at Tiger Muay Thai and save 5% when booking through Tiger. It’s a great way to jump start a weight loss journey!

Losing It In Paradise One Month In

 Tank 4If you’ve spent much time in Phuket, then you have undoubtedly met Tom “DJ Tank” Saharut Somsanuk. King of the Phuket social scene, Tank describes himself as, “a mixed up nutcase, but a nice one. Born and raised in the US; discovering his Asian roots in Thailand.” At 38, Tank has decided to take control of both his weight and his life. He’ll be working with Tiger over the next year to lose some pounds and rediscover his fitness. We’ll be checking in on him every few weeks, to see how his journey is going. Here’s what he has to say…

Hey Tank! How far into your training are you now?

A month and some change. Training five days a week.

Tank 3How are things going?

Good! I miss some days here or there, but I’m mostly keeping up with it. I’ve lost thirty pounds (14KGs) so far and I can really feel a difference. I feel better around my heart and my other organs. I also feel more mobile. The biggest thing that’s changed is that my legs used to be black and calloused. I was afraid I was going to lose them because of my diabetes, but now they’re looking better. They look and feel more human. Smoother skin, they more life in them. Right now that’s what I’m most excited about.

Has the training gotten easier over the last month?

It’s actually harder because I can do a lot more. It’s harder because we up it and make it more difficult. Always improving on what we did the previous time. Using a heavier weight and doing more reps. Whenever my trainer asks if I can handle it, I tell her that I can. That’s what we’re here to do.

Tank 1How is the food side of things going?

At the Tiger Grill, they make it really easy. The food portions are gigantic, but it’s healthy food. I’m used to it from the States, but instead of the veggies and lean meats I have here, it would be biscuits and gravy with dessert back home.

Are you struggling with any food temptations?

I own a burger stand, so it’s been hard. Even the burgers are getting less tempting, though. One you start eating well, your cravings seem to change. Instead of a daily craving, it’s maybe a weekly craving.

Have you discovered that you love any healthy foods?

I really like yams. They’re really filling and super tasty.

Have you faced any other challenges or setbacks along the way?

Tank 2Working all the time. You set yourself up to try and achieve 200 things, and then even if you achieve 90 of them, you’ve accomplished a lot. The big goal here has to been totally steer clear of everything. That’s not going to happen all the time, but I can at least avoid most bad things for most of the time. I’m not one of those guys who want to go to the gym just to train for fun. I’m a living kind of dude with bills and a family. I need to work to support them. I know I have to do this for me, though. If I hadn’t started to make a change, then I wouldn’t have been able to support them for much longer.

What’s your plan from here?

I’ll be training five ways a week and eating well. It’s all about moving forward and sticking with it. It’s great having a trainer to work with. If I had been able to do this on my own, I would have done it a long time ago. Working with Tiger is finally helping me to achieve my goals.

Losing It In Paradise: Introducing DJ Tank

Tank 1If you’ve spent much time in Phuket, then you have undoubtedly met Tom “DJ Tank” Saharut Somsanuk. King of the Phuket social scene, Tank describes himself as, “a mixed up nutcase, but a nice one. Born and raised in the US; discovering his Asian roots in Thailand.” At 38, Tank has decided to take control of both his weight and his life. He’ll be working with Tiger over the next year to lose some pounds and rediscover his fitness. We’ll be checking in on him every few weeks, to see how his journey is going. Here’s what he has to say…

Tell us about DJ Tank!

Everywhere else, I’m Tom. On this island, I’m DJ Tank. Wedding DJ, Club DJ, Radio DJ. I’m in people’s lives on the radio during the day, and then at night, I’m DJ at their functions. It seems like I’m constantly working. For weddings, you have to reserve me six-months in advance.

How did you first hear about Tiger?

I found at about Tiger through Will [Elliott, Tiger’s GM]. I had met him somewhere on the island and he invited me to come to camp for a BBQ Beatdown. I had a great time.

Have you been doing much exercise before now?

The only exercise I ever got was on the job. Working as a DJ for six or seven hours is sweaty. It’s tough. But no other exercise besides that. Even that was getting harder and harder to handle.

Tank 3What kind of food were you eating?

I lived on fast food. Anything that was deliverable. That’s the only thing I ever had time to eat. McDonalds was the main offender. My average order there would be a super-sized Big Mac combo with an extra double-cheeseburger on the side.

Do you feel like you finally have the motivation now to lose weight?

When I’ve tried to lose weight before, it required a level of energy that I just didn’t have. I’m working full-time, so I can’t be so tired after a workout that I’m unable to work. There has to be a balance between work and fitness, so that I’m not drained for my job. I’m working with Tiger now to make that happen. So far, so good.

Have you set any goals for yourself to work toward while you’re training?

Training wise, I really want to get down to 150 KGs in six months or a year. My main goal is to be healthier and more comfortable in everyday life.

Are you looking forward to being able to perform any activities that you’ve previously missed out on because of your weight?

To be honest, just walking around with family. Doing normal things. Walking around a park with anyone. I just want to be able to enjoy it without getting exhausted. Short term, I want to get more energetic. During my first workout at Tiger, even one lap would tire me out. Now, a week later, I can walk two laps while still talking.

Whats your starting weight?

I started last week at just over 200 KGs. After one week of training, Im now down to 196 KGs. Im already seeing big results!

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Tank’s Fitness Plan

5 Workouts A Week At Tiger

1-Hour Per Session

  

Sample Workout

Warm Up:

Walk 400 Meters Holding A 5K Plate

 

3 Rounds, 10 Reps Per Exercise:

Bicep Curls

Toe Taps On Box

Tire Flips

Walking Plate Press

Around The World

Battle Ropes

Steps Ups

 

Cool Down:

Boxing Drills

  

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Sample Meal Plan

Breakfast:

Two Soft Boiled Eggs

Black Coffee

  

Snack:

Fresh Fruit

 

Lunch:

Chicken Breast

Brown Rice

Fresh Veggies

 

Snack:

A Handful Of Almonds

 

Dinner:

Steak or Salmon

Salad

Fresh Veggies

 

Check back soon to follow DJ Tank on his journey!

Benchmarks: Week Eleven

Benchmarks 4Welcome to Tiger Muay Thai’s weight loss and fitness blog. I’m your host, Aaron Rowland. I’m a 27-year-old writer from Los Angeles, California. At my heaviest weight eighteen-months ago, I weighed in at 160 KGs.  I’m here at Tiger to lose weight, improve my fitness and have the adventure of a lifetime. I’ve been here nine months so far and I’m staying indefinitely. My favorite exercises are the bicycle crunch and the medicine ball slam. Tire flips, suicide planks and burpees give me nightmares.

The Detox Ends

After a full seven days of detoxing, I come away from it with a few thoughts… First, I was surprised how much energy I felt during the detox period. I thought the lack of carbs and meat would leave me lethargic and tired, but it was actually quite the opposite. Second, while I occasionally felt some cravings, I was able to deal with the general hunger pretty effectively. Finally, I definitely enjoyed the experience and would love to do it again. I wasn’t quite sure what to expect from detoxing when I embarked on this week-long journey, but I am very satisfied with the ultimate results.

Benchmarks 2Easing Back Into Things

Starting last Tuesday, I began to integrate normal foods back into my diet. I stuck with fresh fruit and veggies on Tuesday, but by Wednesday I had begun to add lean meats and egg whites into my meals. I waited a couple more days until I allowed myself more refined carbohydrates like rice and bread, but by doing it slowly my body was able to digest those foods without any problems. I’m excited to see if my digestion remains good over the next few weeks and months and to see if my body is able to more effectively pull vital nutrients from foods post-detox.

The Key To Weight Loss

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Some have asked what I’m doing to lose weight and the answer is very simple. No fad diets or extreme eating habits, I’m just carefully consuming fewer calories than I’m burning. Using Google, it’s quite easy to discover your BMR (basal metabolic rate) and to factor in the Harris Benedict equation to determine your daily caloric needs. In my case, due to my large weight and intense exercise schedule, my body burns 3920 calories per day [BMR=2273 x 1.725]. If I want to lose 2-3 pounds a week, I need a weekly calorie deficit between 7000-10,500 calories. That means daily I need to burn between 1000-1500 more calories than I consume. I can allow myself between 2400-29000 calories a day and still lose weight. You don’t have to starve yourself to live a healthy life. You just have to put in the work when it comes to exercise and make reasonably smart food decisions throughout the week.

The End Of Week Eleven

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I step on the scale for the first weight in after the full detox has been completed. I’m down another 1.8 KGs (4 LBS). That means I’ve lost over 40 pounds in the last eleven weeks! It’s been a tough struggle so far. I’ve had travel, injuries, weight gains and plenty of other distractions, but I’ve managed to stick with it and keep going. That’s the most important key of all when it comes to weigh loss. Never lose hope and never give up. You might be struggling to find the right path of weight loss that works for you, but it’s out there. Don’t let fear or shame stop you!

What’s Up Next?

This week will be my first week back doing my normal training schedule. Training twice a day and focusing on healthy eating habits. I’ll be very interested to see if there is a post-detox plateau effect as my body starts to readjust to eating many of the same foods I use to. Time to get ready for another excellent week at camp.

Have a great week of weight loss! If you set your mind on it, I know you can do it!

Victories: Sara Ahariz – Four Months To A New Perspective

Sara 1A twenty-three-year-old home care worker from Denmark, Sara has lost a lot of weight and has rediscovered herself at Tiger. She likes Tiger so much; she doesn’t even know when she’s going to leave! Sara’s favorite part about training at Tiger is that she’s able to get out anger and aggression during Muay Thai training. She says it’s important not to focus on anyone else’s training, but to simply be as focused and hardworking as you can be!

What first made you want to come to Tiger?

I hadn’t heard about Tiger until I searched on the internet and found it about a year ago. I was down on the bottom in life and I felt very depressed. I came to Tiger to save myself. I’ve been here four months now and I don’t know when I’m going to leave.

When you arrived at Tiger did you set any goals for yourself?

My main goal was to clean my mind and my heart. I also wanted to lose weight, but the most important thing was to gain some self-control and to be in charge of my own actions.

Four months later, how do you feel about those goals?

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I feel great. I have done more than I thought I would.

What accomplishments at Tiger are you proud of?

Everything. When you come to Tiger, you have the opportunity to fuck up and keep doing what you’re doing at home. Or you can take advantage of being in a new country and meeting new people and having more time. At camp, you have the peace to deal with your personal problems. All problems come from something. Personally, I’m a very deep person and I wasn’t able to be deep back at home because I was busy. So here I took advantage of only being responsible for myself.

What kinds of challenges did you face along the way?

A lot! When you come here, you meet a lot of really nice people. Some people are strong and have focus, but not everyone. Don’t just go with the flow. Some people lose their focus and end up partying all the time and drinking. Some people stay focused. You can choose.

What advice would you give to someone thinking about coming to Tiger?

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Every day I go through all my actions. Every action I do, I think about why I’m doing it. I think, “Sara, you’re in charge.” I have to keep with that. You have to challenge yourself. Sometime you can eat your feelings, so you need to change your thinking. I had to push myself to eat boring things like broccoli and fish every single day. I was constantly talking to myself and learning how to separate real hunger from fake hunger. The mind is stronger than you think. Your body can handle a lot. It’s all about figuring out yourself. Back in Denmark, I worked with Abdel Fitness as a test client. He gave me the training plan and meal plan that Im working on. He has given me incredible support and now its all in my hands to finish.

What surprised you the most about Tiger?

I didn’t really expect anything, but I was surprised there were so many people. We all come here to figure ourselves out in different ways. Life is all about how you look at things. You can look at Tiger as just a training camp, but we really are all the same, just people fighting toward different goals.

Sara 4Do you plan on coming back to Tiger?

Every year.

To find out more about Sara and to continue following her journey, check out her Facebook blog at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kr%C3%B8lles-v%C3%A6gttab-i-Thailand/107468349428167. Sara also wants to thank Abdel Fitness in Denmark for working with her to develop a training plan and a diet plan to help her on her weight loss journey.

Victories: Orzullah Majidi – Fitting Into The Perfect Dress

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Born in Afganistan, Orzullah Majidi moved with her family to the United States when she was only a year old. If growing accustomed to an American lifestyle of burgers and movies wasn’t enough to pack on pounds, moving to Kabul a couple years ago made the situation even tougher. With her workouts limited due to a difficult security situation, her health and physical condition deteriorated. Having been at Tiger for a total of three months, she was recently able to fit into the dress of her dreams on the day of her wedding. She says the burpee is both her favorite and least favorite exercise, due to its grueling but effective intensity.

How did you first hear about Tiger?

Through a friend of mine named Vianni who always goes on fitness holidays. It was two months before my wedding and I was really stressed out. I was under a lot of pressure to look a certain way. I really needed to get away, so I decided Tiger would be killing two birds with one stone. I could hang out on the beach but also get to look great in a wedding dress.

What first made you want to come to Tiger?

A lot of it had to do with the wedding, but really I just needed to make a big change.

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When you arrived at Tiger did you set any goals for yourself?

My goals when I first came were all about physical appearance. I had no intention of being healthy, I just wanted to be thin and look good in different outfits. The biggest thing Tiger gave me was the realization that looking good is also about feeling good. It’s fitness and strength. Confidence comes from feeling good and living a healthy life. It’s not all about the numbers on the scale.

You feel like you’ve accomplished what you came here to do?

Definitely. This is the first time I’ve ever traveled alone. In 2005, I didn’t even have a passport, but here I am working out with a bunch of athletes in the jungle. It was very intimidating, but it’s also been very rewarding. Other than the healthy physical condition I’ve built, I’ve also gained a lot of confidence. It’s tough to walk into a camp where its mostly men and there are world class athletes training right next to you, but I did it. You can do it to. It’s amazing.

What accomplishment at Tiger are you most proud of?

Not being afraid on a daily basis. Just continuously going, despite immense fear. Fear holds so many people back from even trying.

What kinds of challenges did you face along the way?

There’s always fatigue. There’s always the bad day where you just want to go home and not do it anymore. There are the scrapes and bruises and injuries along the way that can depress you. That’s the hardest challenge for me, just to keep going.

What classes did you mostly attend?

I loved the yoga. I have to say it’s great for balance, helping you overall with staying focused and not getting injured. I loved the body fit beach workouts. They’re the toughest, but I love them. I really enjoyed western boxing. I also loved BJJ and was surprised how much fun it was.

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What advice would you give to someone thinking about coming to Tiger?

Just try it. Just do it. Just walk in and just let go of the fear and anxiety. Go it ready to have fun, believe in yourself and everything else will happen on its own.

Any advice for someone getting ready to come to Tiger?

I guess it would depend on your age. If I had known what my body was like, I would have started taking some joint supplements before coming out. Just from having the extra weight on your joints, they really help. Also start learning to drink water instead of other things like soda.

What surprised you the most about Tiger?

The incredible people I met. You will meet people of all ages, from all over the world. It really adds to the experience.

Did you learn anything at Tiger that you’ll take home with you?

Don’t eat nothing. A lot of time people will slash so many foods out of their diet that they can’t maintain it in the long run. You have to find a happy medium. You can’t deny yourself everything, but you also can’t eat whatever you want, whenever you want. Try to incorporate a lot of fresh fruit and vegetables into your diet.

Tell me about one fun memorable thing that happened at Tiger?

The first time I finished a for-time cross training class. I think you almost have to experience it to understand how significant it was. I always say that Tiger should give me an award for coming in last. Last and proud. So when I finished a class in the allotted time, it really chocked me up. Just finishing the workout in less than thirty minutes next to a bodybuilder and Muay Thai fighter was really special.

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Challenges: Kevin Wyss – Six Months Of Training

A twenty-five-year old systems administrator from Switzerland, Kevin Wyss is spending a total of six months at Tiger. Working in an office, he realized that his weight had slowly started to rise and he has come to Tiger to take care of business. He’s been at Tiger one month so far and he can be found every afternoon in the Beginner’s Muay Thai area working up a sweat. He says that he hasn’t encountered an exercise at Tiger that he didn’t enjoy and that his favorite workout is Muay Thai.

How did you first hear about Tiger?

I read in the newspaper about someone who had been at Tiger and had lost 100KGs in one and a half years. I wanted to try it too. Not to lose 100 KG, but lose some weight.

How did you first hear about Tiger?

I read in the newspaper about someone who had been at Tiger and had lost 100KGs in one and a half years. I wanted to try it too. Not to lose 100 KG, but lose some weight.

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Had you done much exercise before coming to Tiger?

Twice a week I would play some squash with a friend, but nothing else. No other exercise of sports.

Have you ever done martial arts or fighting sports before Tiger?

I did karate a long time ago. I did it for one year, but nothing since I was younger.

Have you set any goals for yourself to work toward while you’re training?

I want to lose 30KGs in the six months that I’m here. I’ve been here one month so far.

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How do you feel about that goal now that you’ve started training?

I feel good. I think I can reach it.

What classes have you been taking?

Right now, I’m doing just the afternoon Muay Thai class. I want to start the body fit in the morning soon.

Are you following any specific diet or food plan?

Yes. I’ve been avoiding carbohydrates and focusing on protein. Things like meat and omelets.

Has anything surprised you about Tiger?

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You meet good people from all over the world. They are very friendly.

Do you have any advice for prospective guests?

In the beginning, it’s very hard. After only five minutes of exercise and you are exhausted. But once you reach week two or three, you feel much better. Like you have more power.

Have any parting thoughts?

I think Muay Thai is the best balance between endurance and power, that’s why I do the Muay Thai classes.

Benchmarks: Detox Part Two

Welcome to Tiger Muay Thai’s weight loss and fitness blog. I’m your host, Aaron Rowland. I’m a 27-year-old writer from Los Angeles, California. I’m at Tiger to lose weight, improve my fitness and have the adventure of a lifetime. I’ve been here nine months so far and I’m staying indefinitely. My favorite exercises are the bicycle crunch and the medicine ball slam. Tire flips, suicide planks and burpees give me nightmares.

What’s This?

Tiger Muay Thai & MMA and Atmanjai Wellness Center are now working together to offer combined programs for those interested in detoxing at Atmanjai prior to the beginning of their training (or after their training has finished!) For the next seven days, I’ve started participating in a week-long cleanse at Atmanjai to help get a better understanding of the services they offer and discover how a cleanse might just be the perfect way to accelerate the weight loss process!

What Are My Goals For Detoxing?

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I have three main goals participating in this detox. The first goal is to clear my system of unhealthy toxins. As a result, I will hope to train and diet more effectively. My second goal is to reduce unwanted cravings. I don’t have much of a sugar tooth, but I have to resist strong temptations when I’m around salty or oily foods like pizza and nachos. I’m hoping by detoxing and avoiding unhealthy foods, that I’ll be able to reset or refine my palate away from salt, sugar and fat. My final goal is to continue to lose weight, as I have been the last nine weeks. Individuals on the “Eat Well” detox have been known to lose up to 1KG (2LBs) a day, but as I’ve been eating healthy and avoiding toxic foods, I’ll be very happy if I lose half a KG per day (1LB) while detoxing.

Who Would Benefit From A Detox?

After having only spent a few days at Atmanjai, it’s already my belief that everyone who comes to train at Tiger would benefit from a detox. There are countless health benefits; you feel lighter and a strong sense of clarity whilst on the detox, and luckily the negative side effects from toxin release have been minimal. Some fighters or fitness enthusiasts might be reluctant to detox, but I would encourage them to do some research online about how a simple seven day detox can assist in rebuilding your body and mind into a better and more effective machine.

Detox 3Three Days Into My Cleanse

Day three is finished, and I’m feeling great. I was greatly concerned about feeling headaches, dizziness, cramps and other symptoms often associated with detoxing for general wellness. I’m on the Eat Well programs, which includes small salads and other raw vegetable meals as part of the program. Some of the other clients at Atmanjai are part of the Ultra Cleanse program, which allows you to only consume supplement shakes and teas, no solid food at all. Not to mention colemas twice a day. One of the girls currently staying there is on the Ultra Cleanse program for a full twenty-one days! Needless to say, that makes me value and enjoy my veggies and salads even more. Three days down, another four to go.

Check back on Monday for my latest weigh-in and to see how the rest of my detox goes. Also, check back during the next few weeks to find out about the exciting packages Tiger Muay Thai and Atmanjai are working together to develop!