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Hey ho, so I had this thought and was thinking of sending a probably yet another private message to Sylvie asking 'hey can you recommend...etc.etc." but I learned through the home work out videos - use the forum! Anyways, I wonder if Sylvie, Kevin or anyone else would know of something like a PT online with some of the krus in Thailand? I imagine it would have to be someone speaking English as otherwise it would be the most random zoom or skype work out ( i did giggle to myself trying to imagine how that would work haha). Anyways any ideas are very welcome, I know it is not ideal, but I am doing all the drills and shadow and tbh i am not even sure if i am doing things correctly and getting quite bored and unmotivated by this solo routine. Thank you all! Marija

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13 hours ago, Marija said:

Hey ho, so I had this thought and was thinking of sending a probably yet another private message to Sylvie asking 'hey can you recommend...etc.etc." but I learned through the home work out videos - use the forum! Anyways, I wonder if Sylvie, Kevin or anyone else would know of something like a PT online with some of the krus in Thailand? I imagine it would have to be someone speaking English as otherwise it would be the most random zoom or skype work out ( i did giggle to myself trying to imagine how that would work haha). Anyways any ideas are very welcome, I know it is not ideal, but I am doing all the drills and shadow and tbh i am not even sure if i am doing things correctly and getting quite bored and unmotivated by this solo routine. Thank you all! Marija

Thanks for watching the live streams and for using the forum, for exactly what it's for!

There are a few places offering online training. Por Promin in Hua Hin has been offering this and I imagine they'd have a pretty good method going by now; they have English, are used to training all levels, and already have the sessions going. Here's their FB: https://web.facebook.com/porpromin/

Santai has said that their offering PT, as well as free technique live videos on their FB periodically. Here's their FB, and you can ask about privates. I recommend Kru Ten. https://web.facebook.com/muay.thai.gym/

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Well thanks for putting such great content online and for being (intentionally or not) The Motivator haha

Oh sweet, thank you so much for this - i wish I had asked it before. I’m definitely going to check both and maybe write here how I found them in case anyone else is interested! 

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15 hours ago, Marija said:

Well thanks for putting such great content online and for being (intentionally or not) The Motivator haha

Oh sweet, thank you so much for this - i wish I had asked it before. I’m definitely going to check both and maybe write here how I found them in case anyone else is interested! 

yes please that’d be awesome 👊🏼👍🏼🙏🏼

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4 hours ago, SHELL28 said:

yes please that’d be awesome 👊🏼👍🏼🙏🏼

Erm so now it will probs have to wait at least a week or so - if not muay thai i manage to injury myself in other ways. Came off my bike and injured my shoulder so probs will have to wait till it gets better. The idea of one arm internet PT from Thailand sounds a bit too crazy even for my experimental standards haha but I’ll update when I do it! 

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1 hour ago, Marija said:

Erm so now it will probs have to wait at least a week or so - if not muay thai i manage to injury myself in other ways. Came off my bike and injured my shoulder so probs will have to wait till it gets better. The idea of one arm internet PT from Thailand sounds a bit too crazy even for my experimental standards haha but I’ll update when I do it! 

Oh bugger, hope you recover fast 🙏🏼

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Kru Bird provides online training from Phuket. He seems like he knows his business, and has over 100 fights himself. Maybe check him out and see if it's something you want to try? 

 

EDIT: A friend and I just had a session with him this weekend. It worked out very well, and was a good time. The technology worked, too, which I was surprised about.. We trained in my friend's small living room and it was enough. We did mostly different combos and such, and will do this again, for sure!

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So my update too: I did online training with Santai gym with Kru Ten a few weeks back. Think it was quite good. Obviously far from what a real-life PT would be, but it worked to fix a few things that I was doing wrong for quite a while (like a knee) and the movement felt so much better and made so much more sense. I am not sure how would it work if someone had more experience, i guess you could work on combos or something.

Tho not gonna lie at moments the combination of poor internet connection, different languages and a dodgy shoulder were pretty funny, like me yelling from other end of the room PUSH UPS? NO PUSH UPS 😅

I definitely think if you can get someone else to share a PT, i mean be two people in a room, it would be really really good.

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