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I pay: $115.00/month (CAD) - no contract - For unlimited kickboxing classes. I've been very lucky with this price, as far as I know, they go around $150+tax CAD in other gyms. And sometimes, you may have to be in a contract and can cost a hefty fee if you break it. My instructor/coaches are really awesome when it comes to flexibility and suspending the account if they haven't seen your body in many weeks; like if i'm sick/injured or lazy lol. And when I come back, they will happily re-initiate the payment again. 

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Thats not bad, im not too sure if my gym has a contract i pay the walk in which is $20 the monthly i think is $180 which i cant afford/justify yet coz some weeks im pretty busy so i might not make it. Not sure if theres a contract etc.. my first gym charge $30 for a walk in glad i switched because my current ones vibe is just way better and have better coaches smaller class sizes..

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Paying around $150 a month for unlimited muay thai sessions, no lock-in contracts or joining fees and you have the ability to pause payments if you're going to be away. There are 7 MT sessions available in a week, made up of a mix of morning, weekend but mostly evening training. Majority of sessions 1.5 hours long so probably works out to be around $10 a session for me. I'm sure there are cheaper options available but the timetable flexibility, longer sessions and location work best for me. 

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In our gym walk in  is 10 € , 10training card 85€ and monthly membership about 35€ for unlimited training:monday,tuesday thursday and friday evening saturday noon and tuesday and thursday morning is thaiboxing each session 1,5hr , monday and wednesday we allso have classic boxing which is included . :-)

http://thebulldogs.be/

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I live in Los Angeles and my local gym is $120 a month but unlimited training.  We actually don't have classes at all.  You just come in when you can and do your warmups. shadowbox, then get on the bag.  Then one of the trainers will come grab and do padwork with you.  If you're up for it after you can always spar or do drills with whoever is at the gym at moment.

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I live in Los Angeles and my local gym is $120 a month but unlimited training.  We actually don't have classes at all.  You just come in when you can and do your warmups. shadowbox, then get on the bag.  Then one of the trainers will come grab and do padwork with you.  If you're up for it after you can always spar or do drills with whoever is at the gym at mom

What gym is this in LA? this actually sounds really good.

 

I paid 785 CAD in Calgary for 6 months up front, I cant handle the monthly payments its annoying lol. 

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What gym is this in LA? this actually sounds really good.

 

I paid 785 CAD in Calgary for 6 months up front, I cant handle the monthly payments its annoying lol. 

 

Its called The Yard http://theyardmuaythai.com/. It's very unstructured training so you have to push yourself hard if you want to get trained properly.  If you're there not really taking it seriously you won't get much attention from the coaches.

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I train in Mtl. It's a boxing first and Muay Thai after gym. But we're top 3 in terms of local fighters in Mtl. There is only 4 classes a week of Muay Thai but I can go train on my own whenever I want. 

I pay 700$ a year. 

Gym's in Mtl are between 60$ to 120$ a month if you pay up-front for a year. But I would say there is only 4 decent gym's in Mtl. 

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I'm from Australia and I pay $75 a month which is a pretty good price because we get unlimited access to a gym/classes/sauna.

I work in a gym so if you're unstable with life/location/job then don't get stuck in a contract membership

Download free passes so you can try the gym before joining

 

I never really cared how much I'd pay as I was really happy with the team I was training with and I knew my money was going towards something good for me.

 

Goodluck!

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