Submitted by khant09
on Sat, 27/03/2010 - 10:26
I started learning Muay Thai starting of this year, Jan 6th. It was at Tampines North CC. The fee is $100/8 sessions.
For my first training, we learned about basic moves such as jab, cross, hook, upper cut, elbow works and such. For the next few lessons we revise these moves and slowly move into other moves such as how to block kicks and punches. Starting from 4th training, we started our pad work. We did things like tacking hooks and jab. By the 8th training, i became familiar with most of the moves.
Submitted by Shahrail
on Sun, 10/01/2010 - 00:38
WOAH! After not training for 3 weeks due to an overseas trip and not feeling well after the trip, i feel very very heavy going back into the gym today (9/01/2010). I almost puke twice while doing pad works :eek: hahah. Was in a really bad shape. Maybe also because im a dummy and ate before the training. hahaha! so lesson learnt, do not eat before training. maybe just an energy bar or a banana. Tomorrow's another day in the gym. Need my rest.
And Im out.... :wave:
Was in Bangkok about three weeks ago for the first time and I visited Lumpinee Stadium on a Tuesday night. Paid approximately 70 bucks to get in and I didn't know what was in it for me. Felt a bit funny as I was watching the fights with my Thai tour guide/driver as my mum didn't want to pay to go in and as you know, Thai girls with Caucasian dudes are everywhere so I hope no one got the wrong idea.
WHY IS THIS HAPPENING TO MEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE! :cry:
BOTH DIAMONDBACK AND I WILL BE OVERSEAS IN SEPERATE COUNTRIES
WHILE SUPERFIGHTS WILL BE HERE IN SG. WTFFFF.
Sorry. Major annoyed.
Any of you guys planning to go?
Fight card includes Naruepon vs. Jabba
and a number of others like Mardsue Tum,
Submitted by Ungkal
on Sat, 10/10/2009 - 14:41
Hey MT Freaks... Just get to know of this website today. Phew.. finally i realize we are growing in this sport. Great job.. =D>
It's always been in my interest for this sport just too bad i never manage to get a grib on it. I was somehow involved with kickboxing and a wee bit of MT but that was many years ago and i've hang my glove since then but now i miss them.
I wonder with my current build(Fatso) will any gym accept me for just trainings... :-k :?
Submitted by Apisitzero
on Sat, 03/10/2009 - 22:56
Whew, HELLO MUAY THAI WORLD!
I am michael and i hail from Hadyai, Thailand!
I have been studying in S'pore for quite awhile now
and have recently joined Muay Thai classes at Civil Servant club at jalan Rajah.
I am so excited and estatic to be in this community
although i wish to have a buddy who hopefully lives near me so we can train together
and stuff like that. And i don't mean mere muay thai acquantances
more of a good friend.
Submitted by meme
on Thu, 27/08/2009 - 10:59
Dad saw my bruises today.. total 2 on left leg and 1 on my right.:jawdrop:
He didn’t know that his dear daughter has been learning MT for almost 1 mth already..
He knows I have been coming back very late recently… in sports attire.. he thought I went for gym… ( papa, gym is too boring for me.. lol )
I think I can feel that he is a bit not happy for me to pick up this sports..
He knows he cannot say NO to me.. becoz I wont listen anyway.. lol..
Its not a violent sports, papa…
although I have blue-black all over my legs now..
Submitted by meme
on Wed, 26/08/2009 - 11:39
my hand really hurts today.. the little finger especially..
i think maybe it becoz i did not grip properly when am doing my punch.... :jabcross:
Feel like taking one day rest for today.. no MT for me today....
am not sure how and what i can do to ease the pain on my fingers now...
maybe i should wrap more layers using the hand wrap?
Submitted by gaijinu
on Wed, 26/08/2009 - 04:37
Finally managed to got my butt dragged to the gym again! I tell you, worst than not training at all is to take long breaks between the training sessions.
The start wasn't good anyway.
When I was about to do some skipping the class already started to do the stretching part :hysterical: I told to myself: "now I'm being really lazy". That's 'cause I was chatting with my old gym mates whom I haven't see them for a long time and time just flew by.
Submitted by lamy
on Wed, 08/07/2009 - 18:07
Nothing much guys... just wanted to say hi. hope you guys are all good!
Martial Art Training
Submitted by ihabeyada
on Sat, 27/06/2009 - 22:37
الجمعيه المصريه للكيك بوكسينج
MR Ihab Eyada
Egyptian kick boxing Organization
Submitted by gaijinu
on Sat, 20/06/2009 - 02:50
Just noticed the bandwidth consumption sky-rocketed today. Started digging and found the NLB's web spider crawling away the WHOLE site! That's tons and tons of gigs!!!
The National Library Board (NLB) is traditionally known to collect published materials for preservation as the nation.s published heritage. This includes online and electronic publications of lasting national, historical, research and cultural value.
That's us! :party: :bounce: \\:D/
Submitted by rix
on Tue, 16/06/2009 - 10:40
Muay Thai. The Art of Eight Limbs. Somehow i never think of Muay Thai as something that i would learn. It is such a graceful art, i see my instructors, Nuengpichit Sityodtong, Chatri Sityodtong, Daorung Sityodtong, and Yoddecha Sityodtong throw kicks, elbows, punches and knees and i am in awe. I ask myself, “would i ever be able to do this?” Clearly not as i have no body coordination whatsoever! I can’t even skip rope!
Submitted by drmuaythai
on Thu, 04/06/2009 - 22:31
We are the first class of Doctorate Degree Student who study in Muaythai in the world. We plan to do seminars in Singapore and give certificates that issue by Ministry of Education from July 11-13. The list is:
1. ASSOC. PROF. DR. CHANCHAI YOMDIT, RAJA BHAT MU BAN CHOM BUNG UNIVERSITY DEAN
2. DR. SAWANG VITHAYAPITAKS, MUAYTHAI COLLEGE PROFESSOR, REFEREE AND JUDGE FOR PROFESSIONAL MUAYTHAI FOR OVER 15 YEARS
3. MR. CHATTUCHAI CHAMPAHOM, FORMER AMATEUR MUAYTHAI OFFICIAL TECHNICAL CHIEF FOR IAMTF AND WMF, MUAY CHAIYA THESIS RESEARCHER THAT PRESENT TO THAILAND QUEEN
'The Hero', 'Computer :jabcross: ', the first Contender-Yodsanklai Fairtex, was in town on Saturday to hold a Muay Thai seminar at the Baan Nak Muay gym and as soon as a fellow friend of mine whom I got to know through our mutual interest in Muay Thai, Victoria, and I received news about it about three weeks ago, we got so excited we said yes to the gym almost immediately. To us, it was 'fork out eighty dollars to train with the one and only Yod-meister for four hours, or regret forever.'
Okay I guess many have watched it or maybe some have not but there's this old video of Yod fighting Levin Artem during 2008's K1 Max and it never fails to amaze me.
When I first watched it I was thinking about the height and stuff and then you see Yod's deadly punches in the second round and before you know it he K.O's Levin.
Just like that. GAWD :jawdrop:
Waow waow. Okay me and Diamondback(user) went down to BNM gym for Yodsanklai's seminar. Amazing time. Chai and Wung from Fairtex Pattaya also came down to help out.
We warmed up, and Yod showed us stance. Practised a while and he taught
kicks and emphasis on twisting your waist and stuff. Basic things.
Knees were taught, we did bagwork and padwork. Situps/skipping
We managed to get one-on-one padwork with Yod and with the BNM trainers.
It was a nice time. Super nice actually
(Edit) I think Yod didn't show us everything we wanted to learn but just basics.
Hi, there people!
This blog is really for those basketball and muay thai fans alike!
I came across an advertisement on movie named, "MUAY THAI DUNK".
I read the summary about the story. It's about helping brothers and stuff.
WOW, cool! It's amazing! (Though i hadnt watch it ) It opens today! 14-May! GoTTa Catch Em all!
(Wonder if anyone knows about it? HAHAHA!)
Apparently there's a new movie comin out called Fireball: Muay Thai Dunk
Not so sure about how I feel. The advertising poster shows a guy in handwraps
and another guy with a basketball. Err...okay.
(Fireball is like violent illegal basketball. The games end when one team score or are entirely incapacitated and killed using their hands and feet for weapons. Preeti 'Bank' Barameeanant, lead singer of CLASH, signs up for this Thai B-actioner to exact revenge on the player who put his twin brother in a coma - 8 Days)
Anyway JWP is on National Geog on Across Asia: Kick Fighters.
Submitted by gaijinu
on Fri, 17/04/2009 - 20:33
Now that's a lot of nakmuays! :party:
Spread the word all around you: muay thai rules! :bounce: