KOH Muay Thai offers a unique experience where you can learn self-defense and combative fighting skills coupled with a work-out that can’t be matched! You will burn 800-1200 calories during each training session, all while learning and understanding the art of Muay Thai! We offer Adult, Teen and Kids classes in a fun, friendly, non-intimidating environment! Come check us out for an amazing experience and work-out!
Established in 2015.
KOH Muay Thai-Land O’ Lakes was opened by head trainer Ben Sor Suchart. Ben has been practicing the art of Muay Thai for over 15 years. He has fought professionally in Thailand, U.S. and Canada. Ben has brought his skills and knowledge of the sport to Land O’ Lakes to train all interested in the art. KOH Muay Thai implements Thai culture within the training program and carries on most of the traditions that evolved in Thailand.
We offer a unique experience that couples an amazing work-out that will burn 800-1200 calories while you practice self-defense and combat training skills. Our gym is a fun, friendly, non-intimidating environment and offers Adult, Teen and Kids classes. Come in for a FREE Intro Class!
Ben began training in Muay Thai in 2001 under Ajan Suchart at Siam number one gym in Toronto Canada with team mates Simon Marcus, Clifton Brown, and Matt Embree. He recieved his Kru (teacher) certificate from Siam Number one in 2008 and began teaching in 2009 by bringing Siam number one as the muay thai program at the jungle MMA in Orlando Florida. While at the Jungle in Orlando Ben coached MMA pros Seth Petruzelli, Tom Lawler, and Brett Harold and developed the striking program into the program that it is today. In 2013 Ben moved to the Tampa area and began teaching at Khanomtom gym in Tampa and was certified again under Kru Ray Cole. Ben has fought amateur and professionally in the United States, Canada, and Thailand. He has also trained under Muay Thai legends Jongsanaan, Gan Yao, and Nokweed Davy. His training and fighting in Thailand has taken him from Koh Samui, to Bangkok, to Chiang Mai. While developing his Muay Thai skills, Ben worked as a Police officer from 1995 to 2005.