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  1. Posted about another few gyms on here and got some great feedback so hoping for the same! Going to Thailand soon and I’m considering spending some time at the famous F.A. Group gym as I’ve spoken with them and they now do accommodation. Has anyone been here and trained or spent a bit of time there? Any information very thankful
  2. I'm listening to Joe Rogan's podcast with Dominick Cruz. If you're familiar with Dominick Cruz, Cruz is well-known for having a unique style, a style that is both offensive and defensive. It got me thinking about styles in fighting - how people develop them, when they develop them, etc. I'm wondering, do you consider yourself to have a specific style? How would you describe it and how did you develop it? When did you start to notice that you had (or were in development) of a style?
  3. Hey! I used to live in Kamphaeng Phet, half way between Bangkok and Chiang Mai. If you are over in Thailand, make sure make a visit out there! It is one of the best places I have ever been to and I am so grateful for my time spent there. A friend of mine recently moved to Kamphaeng Phet and has taken up a campaign to raise money for the gym we train/ trained at. Keatchatchi is a small family run gym, consisting of a few bags and a ring in the garage of the gym owner's backyard. I believe since I've left they have knocked down a couple walls for more space. The gym consistently puts out good fighters who fight at Ratchadamnoen and on tv! Beyond good fighters, the gym puts out good people. These kids are wonderful individuals, lively and charming, devoted and determined. It's truly a family, a home away from home. They look after one another and are some of the most respectful kids I have ever met. Once you train at this gym, you become part of their family. Many of the kids fight to support their families, as do many other fighters across Thailand. It's important to remember most of them are only kids and should be able to go to school and play and learn and grow and do all the things that kids are supposed to do. It would be amazing if we could all support them in some small way. There are two other gyms in the area as well, all needing a little extra support. Thank you so much! Here are a couple links to give you more info: Keatchatchi Gym Boxing Boys KPP Boxing Boys GoFundMe
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