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Any good Muay Thai gyms in Singapore?

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If you can afford it, Evolve MMA has an incredible roster of Thai trainers. Otherwise, my friend from Singapore says the good thing about training Muay Thai in Singapore is all the gyms have Thai trainers. So just try a few out when you get there and pick one you like.

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Check out Inspire fitness Asia, it’s a gym in Joo chiat which is a really nice area of Singapore. The coaches and the all around atmosphere there is great and they are more technique focused than your regular commercial Muay Thai gym. Hope you give it a try. Cheers

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Thanks for the recommendations, everyone. I should've elaborated further. I am looking for a gym that does similar drills to their Thai counterparts. Which means at least 2-3 rounds of padwork, and with this basic training routine: running/skipping > shadow boxing > bag work > pad work > conditioning > cool down.

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On 6/8/2022 at 9:11 PM, dazzleanddie said:

Thanks for the recommendations, everyone. I should've elaborated further. I am looking for a gym that does similar drills to their Thai counterparts. Which means at least 2-3 rounds of padwork, and with this basic training routine: running/skipping > shadow boxing > bag work > pad work > conditioning > cool down.

Onyx brings Thai trainers over from Thailand and their managers/operators have experience training and fighting in Thailand, so their style is based in those experiences. I don't know what their day-to-day training looks like, but their technique and focus is based in Thai gym training experience.

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On 6/8/2022 at 10:11 PM, dazzleanddie said:

Thanks for the recommendations, everyone. I should've elaborated further. I am looking for a gym that does similar drills to their Thai counterparts. Which means at least 2-3 rounds of padwork, and with this basic training routine: running/skipping > shadow boxing > bag work > pad work > conditioning > cool down.

I train at Eminent Gym, located in the city center (Bugis area): https://www.eminentgymsg.com/

Each class is 1h30 and follows exactly the routine you mentioned above. We start with skipping but you can also run before the session starts, that's what some of us do, there are 5km, 8km, and 10km loops that can be done around the gym. Pad work is 3 rounds and we typically do sparring after pad work (~20-30 minutes based on time), before strength and conditioning.

The team has been training and fighting in Thailand (most of them were at Eminent Air, that's why we're affiliated with them), so the training at Eminent is based on their experience from Thailand.

Hope that helps! Cheers 🙂

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