Looking at the gym list, it seems a lot have gone by the way side and a lot new ones exist. I just thought it may be useful for folks to know about some of the new gyms and ones that I have heard of but have no idea of there details.I dont have any details so maybe others could come in and put them in and without asking too much from the mod, maybe they can update the gym section.
Here we go:
Hanuman Muay Thai
Soul of Fitness
Juggeranut Fight Club
Hi everyone, I came across a website of this Muay Thai gym called Impakt Singapore(Academy of Mixed Martial Arts). The gym offers classes for Muay Thai, BJJ, Kyokushin Karate, Krav Maga, Savate and Western Boxing.
Has anyone been training there ? If yes, hows the fees, facilities and trainers ? I am curious to find out as the website seems cool :-k
P.S The spelling is correct. I don't mean "Impact MMA", the MMA gym @ Shenton Way.
Very disappointed to see only Contender Asia on tv in Singapore. Especially with all the interest there is in Muay Thai in Singapore. It drives me wild when I have to watch things like Cup Stacking or Spelling Bee's on ESPN, just dont understand the people who do the programming they must be so out of touch their whole purpose is to bring in advertising cant believe they do well looking at the crap they put on.
I am currently spending a lot of time writing articles for my website that will spotlight various Muay Thai camps in South East Asia, including Thailand, Singapore and the Philippines. My first article is up here: http://dansmuaythaimma.com/?p=1361
If you own a camp, or know of a camp that you feel should be spotlighted, please either message me on here or through my website.
As you may know already Hockey Village Muaythai gym organized last Sunday an amateur tournament. Some video clips are posted there already. If you happen to stumble upon more, please share them with us, much appreciated!
As some of you may know, I recently got back from some time spent in Thailand training in Muay Thai. I am planning on visiting several other countries and training in their Martial style, such as China, Japan, Israel, Brazil, the Philippines, etc.
I wanted to take some time during my journey and visit Singapore. I was wondering if there was a Martial style that was native to the country. Any information is appreciated.
If not, perhaps you guys could suggest some schools or camps in the country that are worth visiting. Thanks.
Looking back, it's been a great year for muay thai in Singapore! We had the contender asia, a couple of tournaments or so, quite a few local fighters made their mark on the SG muay thai scene, what can you wish for the next year? More tournaments I suppose
I would look for more gyms and compare the prices. Find a gym that has a mma team, after you get some amateur fights under your belt you can become a member of the team and train free of charge.
Look around for a gym that makes you feel comfortable and fits you.
And it will be called muay sing announced today reportedly in an ad hoc press conference the deputy MT mini ster in charge with the MT affairs at the MT palace - Shanel Newz A$ia appeared to have reported.
Muay thai entuziast Ah Ping reportedly will train harder.