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Muay Thai

Post by CVanessa » Mon, 26 Oct 2009 1:43 pm

Is there anybody into muay thai training?

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Re: Muay Thai

Post by vink » Mon, 26 Oct 2009 9:29 pm

I did the beginner's course at BXG. Will be enrolling for the intermediate courses after I come back from my vacation.
CVanessa wrote:Is there anybody into muay thai training?

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Re: Muay Thai

Post by CVanessa » Tue, 27 Oct 2009 2:04 am

vink wrote:I did the beginner's course at BXG. Will be enrolling for the intermediate courses after I come back from my vacation.
CVanessa wrote:Is there anybody into muay thai training?
Hello vink

How was it?? it was your first time doing it?


I've been training for more than 1 years and half in Portugal, guess i should skip the beginners course, or you think is a good idea to make it?

I stop training by the end of july and the weather here is killing, I jump the rope in the morning and i got so hot that i feel like my brain is going to melt, running outside i get tired much faster... i think i should start slowly to get use to the humidity and temperature so i don't mind to start with soft classes, but beginners are soft or just basic?

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Post by Mummi1983_DK » Tue, 17 Nov 2009 8:38 pm

Hi, try to look here http://evolve-mma.com/ they have 2 centres here in SG.

One in Pomo mall already opened, and one in Far East Sq. not opened yet, but according to there homepage why will open in a couple of weeks. I was by the one in Far East Sq, there are still workers in there, but it looks close to finished.

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Post by gl456 » Sat, 21 Nov 2009 10:36 pm

evolve may be decent but the price is outrageous. 300SGD a month.

Look into Hilltop or BXG; both are cheaper and better alternatives.

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Post by nyc4ever » Sat, 02 Jan 2010 3:39 am

i've been a student at evolve for the last 3 months. tons of classes all day every day - so its convenient for my schedule. it has the reputation of being the best (take a look at the instructor bios) and i can't argue with it so far. the negative is that the price is not that cheap. but i'm super happy.

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