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  1. Most flights go to Bangkok, and most of the time that is the cheapest also. But if you really want to train on an other place you can easy (and relative cheap) get there. You can look up some prices on http://www.airasia.com/ot/en/home.page?cid=1if you want to.
  2. I also noticed that men try to make up for the lack of technique by using power in their moves (also in sparring). Instead of keeping it calm and build a solid base first.
  3. https://www.facebook.com/TiffanyTimeBombVanSoest/posts/961705287250819 A new post from Tiffany on FB today.
  4. A friend of me bought them recently. I never tried them but he is really positive about them and recommend them. They give really much wrist support and feel solid. I don't know what to think about them. Maybe they are good to use sometimes if you got sensitive wrists or if you hurt them before.
  5. Good that you keep going! You could add some box jumps also. Search on Google for plyometrics, you will find a lot of fun stuff you can do. :D
  6. It's really sad to hear yeah. Now some people started a GoFundMe to collect te money so she can keep the belt. https://www.gofundme.com/23ut5wvy
  7. If you are in the possibility to go to ActionZone I would advise you to go there, yes. You can design your own short if you want to (it takes 2-4 weeks to make it, under normal conditions) and you can pick the colors from a sample book. Or if you want something specific you can mail them before going there so it is in-stock.
  8. Same here. Also getting more information about the laser operation. I normally wear glasses in my daily life but for training I just take them off (I never ever tried lenses). But it would be easier without the glasses (also for working life).
  9. http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/general/820268/be-white-to-win-skin-pill-ad-campaign-blasted-as-racist
  10. If you have 3 days I would advise you to visit the Chatuchak Weekend Market also if you can, it's a really nice one (but only opened in the weekends also). I'm leaving the 16th January in the early morning, back to the cold Belgium by than, so yeah maybe we can meet up for some foods or training :D and mostly I will stay in BKK maybe around new year a short trip to Khon Kaen.
  11. You will have a great time, I'm sure!! When are you going to visit Thailand? You visit BKK first or go straight to Phuket? ​If you have to opportunity to be around BKK on a Sunday you can visit the channel 7 fights, for free. It's really nice (or you can watch them online/on TV, as long as you are in Thailand :smile: ). I'm also happy to be in Thailand soon :sorcerer: (21 December - 16 January).
  12. For the ones who like to see it, here are some video's I found from the fights from yesterday at Glory 26 held in Amsterdam. Undercard fight: - - - 4 man tournament Semi-final: - Mosab Amrani vs Chibin Lim - Shane Oblonsky vs Maykol Yurk Final: - Mosab Amrani vs Maykol Yurk Title fights: - Rico Verhoeven vs Benjamin Adegbuyi - Nieky Holzken vs Murthel Groenhart
  13. I use one from TapOut currently. Maybe it's time to change it for a new one yeah! I will wait a bit and keep reading on here wich ones you guys (and girls) choose.
  14. This event will be held on December 19, 2015 in Luoyang, Henan, China. Here you can find the whole fightcard: https://kiksie.com/wiki/Kunlun_Fight_35 I'm interested especially in this one: Sittichai Sitsongpeenong (Thailand) vs. Yodsanklai Fairtex (Thailand) What are your thoughts on the card?
  15. If anyone is interested in one of these fights, you can watch them here: Glory 25 fight card (main fights): Robin van Roosmalen vs Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong Karim Ghajji vs Murthel Groenhart final Giorgio Petrosyan vs Josh Jauncey Murthel Groenhart vs Nicola Gallo semifinal Karim Ghajji vs Yoann Kongolo semifinal Gabriel Varga vs Sergey Adamchuk
  16. Who great!! Goodluck, enjoy it and train like crazy :D
  17. Not much people, who didn't experience it also, will understand that feeling! :wink: I also had some difficult times and MT was also the thing to get me through it! I also didn't want to wake up in the morning, didn't want to do anything but firstly forced myself to keep going to the gym! And that felt great!! Clearing my mind, trying to think about nothing, feel nothing just pushing my body over it's limit and train like crazy. Thanks for being their, Muay Thai.
  18. I only use it before a fight, very occasionally if I'm really stiff but mostly only before a fight. I like it than if it gets rubbed in well with a massage, feels good :)
  19. Did you ever took a week (or two) off from heavy training? Did you change anything else in your week schedule? And how does your training schedule looks like?
  20. Yeah it was a good fight, to bad they stopped it so early (without the corner getting a chance to fix it) for such a small cut, you are totally right in Thailand the fun and cheering just started than :D But it was a good fight to see. It was nice meeting you, Nick! Maybe I visit for some training soon.
  21. For sure you should do it! It's a great experience and a lot of people over there speak at least a bit of English (some taxi-drivers may act like they don't speak or understand English, just grab another one ;) same thing when they don't want to use the taxi-meter, but in BKK they all used it last time). Just use your brains; if it looks to good to be true, it mostly is! If you don't trust anything/or don't want to do it, just don't do it. If you arrive at the airport and know the place where you are going to you can use the public transportation also, it's cheap and works very well (and got A/C haha) If you know the place where you stay you can search (or ask it here, for some help) wich BTS/MRT station is the closest by and take a taxi from there to your final destination.
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