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My new door mat going into  my workout room. actually this is a photo the company sent me showing what it will look like when I get it.

 

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On 5/2/2020 at 9:05 AM, Jim said:

My new door mat going into  my workout room. actually this is a photo the company sent me showing what it will look like when I get it.

 

Muay Khao mat.jpg

Omg that’s the best Hahahah 

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On 4/30/2020 at 7:19 AM, Mick Moody said:

This is Paradise Gym, (named after my snake business, Paradise Pythons). I have a 6 foot heavy bag, jump rope, Thai pads, focus pads and gloves. I'm planning on adding a uppercut bag to the set up. The out side area (my back yard) has my new boxing ring, I'm building the floor this weekend. Also I have a chicken coop with 3 chickens for added authenticity.

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Hell yes! Extra points for the chickens 🤘🏼👍🏼😂😂😂

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@Snack Payback Haha, that's crazy! he actually did it. I've had a lot of people joke about it, but yeah, there's no way i"ll be having backyard Kimbo style fights going on. We spar very light so there's no injuries that prevent us from training. I managed to get the floor built on the weekend and did some pad work with my mate. we tried out a new body protector too. I'll upload some pics soon.

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Small upgrade here as well: camera stand, phone holder and external mic for our live training sessions. 

But I am really glad that we can finally re-open the gym tomorrow, even though it has to be contactless training for now.

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Here's a little update on my setup I had someone do a mural on the wall for inspiration. The next step is putting in some heavy bags and more gym equipment to make the work out area complete.

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On 4/27/2021 at 10:14 PM, Matty said:

Love seeing everyone's training space!

Here mine. It's not much, but grateful to have anything at all.

 

That looks like a great space to train in to be honest.  I love the fact that you have trees and plants around your area. Also your attitude and being grateful towards what you have is the most important.

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On 4/15/2021 at 1:26 PM, SHELL28 said:

We had to move house so my little gym

had to move too. 
I think it’s a blessing in disguise 

We live in subtropics so during summer this will definitely have a Thai vibe with the humidity 😍🤩

 

I hope your move went well and I'm glad you found a nice place to settle in. I definitely like the set up you got going there. I can for sure feel the Thai vibes. You have a beautiful view that's for sure and that's very inspiring.

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On 4/28/2021 at 3:14 PM, Matty said:

Love seeing everyone's training space!

Here mine. It's not much, but grateful to have anything at all.

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Those trees are beautiful holding your bag, Nice!

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