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Hello, I was hoping for some recommendations for a gym in Berlin?

I'm going to be in town for a whole month,  not sure how to go about it i dont want to show up somewhere and presume they are able to instruct in english :D

 

 

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If you are in berlin, it depends a bit on where you are gonna stay. There are a few gyms... Spitfire is one option. I am

currently at Ringside Gym and AXTCombat. They are both very central. Ringside has more training options in the evenings and mornings. If you have any questions, i can help you out

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Ringside Berlin, I second that, but only because a trainer I had the pleasure to train with during a summer camp is now there as a guest coach until end of July :D As far as I saw from his pictures on social media, he seems to be impressed with the level of the gym, so that speaks volumes to me.

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@Micc

I guess you mean Bartosz?

 

Haven't had the pleasure yet to train with him, but i am excited what he has to teach.

 

@Mish

 

Depending on your level, classes might be really packed sometimes, but the trainer handle it really well. If you are staying in NK it is pretty easy to get there even if the public traffic sucks very often. I recommend to you to get yourself a bike, especially now there is finally summer

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Yup, it's Bartosz. He spent two years (if my memory serves me right, might be more) in Thailand, training and living at the gym, fighting out of Sinbi. He's the first Polish person to fight at Thai Fight at a New Years eve event (Kard Chuek -spelling?) and basically the best in his weight class in Poland at the moment. I only spent like a 10-day camp with him as a guest trainer, so I have no idea how his "usual" trainings look like at his gym (he has a gym in Wroclaw - Breslau and I'm from Warsaw), but I really liked how he teaches tricks in the clinch. He has a really "Thai" style, if I can say so. And he has a funny personality, so trainings with him are a lot of fun. I'd love to train with him again, I feel like I can learn so much more!

@Micc
I guess you mean Bartosz?

Haven't had the pleasure yet to train with him, but i am excited what he has to teach.

@Mish

Depending on your level, classes might be really packed sometimes, but the trainer handle it really well. If you are staying in NK it is pretty easy to get there even if the public traffic sucks very often. I recommend to you to get yourself a bike, especially now there is finally summer

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@Micc

I guess you mean Bartosz?

 

Haven't had the pleasure yet to train with him, but i am excited what he has to teach.

 

@Mish

 

Depending on your level, classes might be really packed sometimes, but the trainer handle it really well. If you are staying in NK it is pretty easy to get there even if the public traffic sucks very often. I recommend to you to get yourself a bike, especially now there is finally summer

hm, ive been training for about a year and a half now i think because of my work schedule usually i get in once a week occasionally ill manage 2-3 on a good month. Ive done clinching once unfortunately haven't made a proper clinch class... ive noticed that alot of the gyms in Berlin do sparing which i haven't had a chance at. Im wondering if i should pack my shinguards do they use them in class often? 

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hm, ive been training for about a year and a half now i think because of my work schedule usually i get in once a week occasionally ill manage 2-3 on a good month. Ive done clinching once unfortunately haven't made a proper clinch class... ive noticed that alot of the gyms in Berlin do sparing which i haven't had a chance at. Im wondering if i should pack my shinguards do they use them in class often?

You should definitly pack them if they don't take up to much

space.

There are also classes

on saturday which is nice. And if you want to i can show you some clinching during open gym or saturday's.

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Yup, it's Bartosz. He spent two years (if my memory serves me right, might be more) in Thailand, training and living at the gym, fighting out of Sinbi. He's the first Polish person to fight at Thai Fight at a New Years eve event (Kard Chuek -spelling?) and basically the best in his weight class in Poland at the moment. I only spent like a 10-day camp with him as a guest trainer, so I have no idea how his "usual" trainings look like at his gym (he has a gym in Wroclaw - Breslau and I'm from Warsaw), but I really liked how he teaches tricks in the clinch. He has a really "Thai" style, if I can say so. And he has a funny personality, so trainings with him are a lot of fun. I'd love to train with him again, I feel like I can learn so much more!

Yes! I did some research.

Has my first training with him yesterday and i can already tell that i am gonna learn a lot from him.

And he def is a funny person.

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Yay! Glad you liked it! :D :D 

Yes! I did some research.
Has my first training with him yesterday and i can already tell that i am gonna learn a lot from him.
And he def is a funny person.

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Ya my shins guards take up room, but i supposed they will have to come along. Sounds great! im defs going to pop into ringside ill hit you up when im in town. 

You should definitly pack them if they don't take up to much
space.
There are also classes
on saturday which is nice. And if you want to i can show you some clinching during open gym or saturday's.

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