Thread: A quick question...
12-31-2005, 14:35 #1
A quick question...
I was wondering if this place is good for teaching Muay Thai.
http://www.activeedgefitness.com/html/martial_arts.htmlLeg kicks, leg kicks, and... more leg kicks!
12-31-2005, 16:03 #2
Having never been there, I can't comment on the instruction, but if i were you I would give it a try. They advertise quite a few things I would definitely want to check out.
12-31-2005, 16:42 #3
"He is also a Certified Full Instructor with the United World Muay Thai Association (vutmuaythai.com) under Kru Vut Kamnark.'
Well Vut is well known.
Looks like a good place.
12-31-2005, 18:09 #4
Originally Posted by Jeff BurgerLeg kicks, leg kicks, and... more leg kicks!
01-03-2006, 15:44 #5
Are there any good Kickboxing or Muay Thai gyms in Illinois, beside the one I put up?
I'm actually leaning more towards American Kickboxing. (above the waist only)Leg kicks, leg kicks, and... more leg kicks!
01-03-2006, 18:05 #6
"I'm actually leaning more towards American Kickboxing. (above the waist only)"
Well catch your balance before you fall.
Leg kicks change everything.
01-03-2006, 18:38 #7
Originally Posted by Jeff Burger
Well American Kickboxing or Kickboxing. (leg kick) But I want to that, maybe Muay Thai, but I'm looking more into Kickboxing. Does anyone know any good schools/gyms?Leg kicks, leg kicks, and... more leg kicks!
01-05-2006, 23:09 #8
Leg kicks, leg kicks, and... more leg kicks!
01-10-2006, 07:53 #9
personally, no. if you save yp some money come to thailand to a muay thai camp youll be taught first hand, without the muay thai being watered-down. its like 12,000 bacht per month[maybe about 300 american dollars??] to be in the camp but it has its own gyms, great trainers, socializing, space..anything you need to master muay thai.