Khomsan Phiphitsala • personal trainer
mobile: +420 732 943 450
Hello, My name is Khomsan (Khom) Phiphitsala. I was born in a town called Udontani in Thailand. When I was 10 years old I started training in Muay Thai to help my family earn money. In Thailand, many boys learn Muay Thai from a young age for similar reasons. But I also started training in Muay Thai because it is the national sport of Thailand and every young boy dreams of one day being a champion of Muay Thai in Thailand.
When I turned 15 I had my first professional fight as a Muay Thai fighter. I had many matches before this but this would be my first fight as a professional. From 1993 to 2003 I had over 100 professional fights in Muay Thai. I fought all over Thailand, including in major stadiums in Bangkok such as Lumpini and Ratchadamnoen stadiums. In 2003 I became the champion in Thepasit Stadium in Pataya, Thailand.
During my time as a professional fighter I also received my national training license for training Muay Thai fighters from the Thailand National Muay Thai Association. And in 2000 I started to train other people to become champions in Bangkok. Some of my students included kids and teenagers. I was able to coach three of my students to become champions in the region!
In 2004 I left my home country and moved to the Czech Republic. Since I have lived here I have participated in three fights in the Czech Republic. With my fighting days behind me I now focus on teaching Muay Thai (Thai Box) to young and old people alike in Prague. If you're looking for a personal trainer to get in shape, or if you are a fighter looking to make your techniques even better than they are, then contact me and I will help train you to become a champion as well.
I look forward to meeting you and helping you reach your fitness or professional fighting goals by teaching you my countries national sport!
Thai Box Khom (trener) on TV Polar Ostrava, CZ
Khomsan Phiphitsala host ve Snidane s Novou
Khomsan Phiphitsala - last fight
A video of one of my fights.
An example of the Wai Khru Ram before a fight.