How best do you go about education? There are different schools of thought and different philosophies in this regard. One of the more obsolete ones is the philosophy that states that you need to read a book and read things through rote memorization. As we (ought to) know by now, this is indeed a very inefficient way to study things and really learn all about them. You’ll want a different approach which will make learning a lot more effective.
So how do you study? We mustn’t throw the baby out with the bathwater. Reading books and even rote memorization has its own use. But it’s best if you use these techniques alongside putting things into practice. What do we mean by this?
It’s simple – whatever it is that you’re learning about, give your best to implement it. If you’re taking a class on cooking for example, then it would be a really bad decision on your behalf to not use this knowledge. And as we know, in order to cement your knowledge into your subconscious you will have to use it as much as you can. In the case of cooking, it doesn’t mean that you will need to cook all day every day and that you will have to try out cooking new recipes every day. Far from it.
But it will definitely help if you can cook at least 2-3 times per week. Think about it – this is nothing in the grand scheme of things, you will need up to an hour every time you cook, which is a really small part of the time that you have. But in the sense that you will be able to ingrain all of the knowledge that you’re taking in from studying cooking, and putting it into practice – this is priceless.
Moreover, you will be able to learn from your mistakes by practicing. It’s a given that you will not succeed in cooking certain recipes, for the first few times that you will be cooking them. You can’t be a master right from the start – unless you’re exceptionally talented. But in all other cases, you will need to put in the diligent attention into the cooking courses that you visit, and you will need to learn consistently and implement your knowledge into practice as often and as much as you can.
But there’s another important form of education – and it’s called physical education. Our bodies are the most important tools that we have, so it makes sense that we ought to learn how to use them. So, we recommend you to get educated in the sport and martial art of Muay Thai. You can find a great training camp of this martial art in Thailand. Suwit training camp for normal personis a good choice. In the process of getting educated about your body, you will also be able to improve your fitness and health. So, it’s a win-win no matter from what angle you’re seeing things. We hope that you will enjoy your first class Muay Thai education in Thailand!