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thanks seahmh, u r welcome if got chance maybe we form a muay thai group n do self training @ park.

any1 keen pm me.

 

Park?

 

Which park?

 

Park got no bags, no ring... How??

 

Maybe when we advance, we can open our own sch!!! :thumb:

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Hmmm...

 

A pair of thai pad is good enuff for some training....

 

Well, u cannot say that for every gym, the gym that i used to train in when i was a beginner, they started trainin us in the ring during my 3rd or 4th lesson....

 

Instructor would circle u around the ring or they would make u circle them around the ring, at any time stick out the thai pads for u hit, wif wat type of punches or kicks or elbows or knee... To train ur reflexes as well.... They will sometime also for no good reason try to hit u in a slower than usual motion and train u in blocking or evasion reflexes.... N pad training in a ring is my FAVOURITE!

 

Cheers!

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Park?

 

Which park?

 

Park got no bags, no ring... How??

 

Maybe when we advance, we can open our own sch!!! :thumb:

 

any park

l got 1 pair of thai pad

even when u r in the gym wont be training in the ring also

 

Hmmm...

 

A pair of thai pad is good enuff for some training....

 

Well, u cannot say that for every gym, the gym that i used to train in when i was a beginner, they started trainin us in the ring during my 3rd or 4th lesson....

 

Instructor would circle u around the ring or they would make u circle them around the ring, at any time stick out the thai pads for u hit, wif wat type of punches or kicks or elbows or knee... To train ur reflexes as well.... They will sometime also for no good reason try to hit u in a slower than usual motion and train u in blocking or evasion reflexes.... N pad training in a ring is my FAVOURITE!

 

Cheers!

 

for self training u cant ask for much bro

 

Peace. Peace. Let's not fight here.

 

If wanna fight, let's meet in the ring...

 

muahahahaha...

 

JUST KIDDING only... :cheeky:

 

PEACE. PEACE...

 

Chill. Let's not create "war" here...

 

We are just sharing our experiences here.

 

Cheers. :)

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I guess tis is the gal u r tokin about....

 

http://muaythai.sg/brenda_shee

 

Kudos to her...

 

:bow: :bow: :bow:

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hope my info helps a bit for u guys here.

am really glad to know muay thai is getting hot in sg here.

i've been training in fight g from may.

 

the place is small but for a class of 10 over pple wouldnt be a problem.

it has 2 storeys with ring on the first and 2 bags on the second.

u can rent gloves from them and they sell canned drinks at 1$ each. u take one can and place money or take change urself in the fridge.

u can also purchase gloves, mouth guards($5), groin guards($15) etc.

there's only one toilet and one shower room. well, it actually bonds every1 tgt while waiting. lol

the teacher ,bruce, is friendly and everyone likes him.

there are plenty of pple in their 30s in the evening session so don feel old when u're there. haha:angel:

anything thing else u can ask here:cool:

 

cheers:cheeky:

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Hi there chicky89,

 

nice to noe there's someone who is interested in muay thai....

 

I went to Fight G to recky b4... I find the place really small though... Maybe coz i have trained at other gyms and comparin it wif Fight G... There's oni 1 ring... N about 4 bags on the 3rd storey... N not enuff toilet.... Well, i dun mean to tok bad about ur sch.... Its just my own preferences... Btw, do u ride there? How do u park?

 

Btw, lets not compare gyms here... Lets all be friends who is both interested in Muay Thai and bikes...

 

Cheers...

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Hmmm...

 

A pair of thai pad is good enuff for some training....

 

Well, u cannot say that for every gym, the gym that i used to train in when i was a beginner, they started trainin us in the ring during my 3rd or 4th lesson....

 

Instructor would circle u around the ring or they would make u circle them around the ring, at any time stick out the thai pads for u hit, wif wat type of punches or kicks or elbows or knee... To train ur reflexes as well.... They will sometime also for no good reason try to hit u in a slower than usual motion and train u in blocking or evasion reflexes.... N pad training in a ring is my FAVOURITE!

 

Cheers!

 

Yoz, Bro, thanks for showing us to the place...

 

We went up to the ring on our trial session today.

 

Yes, I agree with you. Punching and kicking the thai pads are very shiok... heehee... :)

 

I felt like a idiot when my co-ordination of my limbs suxxx, like don't know which hand to stick out to punch the pads and the kicking, I feel like I am kicking like a "gu-niang" like that... Guess still not used to it yet... muahahahahahaha... :)

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Whahahahahaa....

 

No worries.... I started out just like the way u do..... Bad coordination.... Kick already cannot balance properly... I've been thru all that....

 

Btw, most prob i'll be joinin on 4th jan... Which is a Monday.... Than i'll start on Tuesday again.... Pls do let me noe if u and mark are gonna do the same...

 

Cheers!!

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Erm anyone been to Golden Mile 3rd Floor? There's a Muay Thai Gym right @ the end there...been fascinated by it but my weight doesn't encourage me to take up Muay Thai...LoL...

 

Hi, pal, it's not about the weight, it's about the mind. It's all in the mind. :)

 

Like I used to worry about age, starting to learn only at after 30s, but then after the trial session, we realised it is all in our mind, not our age, our weight, our nationality, or whatsoever.

 

We can never realise how much we can achieve until we take that very first step out. :thumb:

 

Merry X'mas to all.

 

Cheers. :)

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