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  1. #21

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    I think I'll have to check Ursus out some time! Lots of the classes interest me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jayinhongkong:
    I think I'll have to check Ursus out some time! Lots of the classes interest me.
    They start early and make use of non-conventional gym equipment such as sledge hammers.

    The best work out I have had for a while has been at

    Prices | SITPINYO

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    Thanks, Sitpinyo looks good for Muay Thai but tire flipping and sledgehammers sound good to me too!


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    @jayinhongkong I flipped that 70kg tyre 40x yesterday. The men did 120kg

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayinhongkong:
    Thanks, Sitpinyo looks good for Muay Thai but tire flipping and sledgehammers sound good to me too!
    Switch to eating Subway sandwiches (which look f'ing repulsive in HK).

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tAUUfrcjylI
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    Quote Originally Posted by rani:
    @jayinhongkong I flipped that 70kg tyre 40x yesterday. The men did 120kg
    Tough mama!

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    I've been training at Sitpinyo Muay Thai for a while now and I love it. Although, I'm only training Muay Thai the trainers often mix in about 20-30mins of functional type circuit training if you request it.
    i do a mix of group classes and PT with their Thai trainer Johnny. As someone mentioned earlier they are only charging $499 for pt at the moment. Even the classes are priced cheaper than all the other Muay Thai gyms in central.
    They have just hired another Thai trainer called Tam who is especially known for technique when he teaches so I'm looking forward to training with him too! For anyone looking for Thai boxing is highly recommend it. They are super friendly and there no ego in there.

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