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Frequently Asked Questions

I have never learnt Muay Thai before and am afraid the pace of the class might be too fast for me. Can I still join?


We have beginner classes that are specially catered for people with no prior experience; where we focus on the foundations

The pace of our beginner classes is slower in general, so no worries about not being able to keep up. The Muay Thai trainers who take these beginner classes are also very experienced in teaching first timers.

What is a typical Muay Thai training session like? I don't consider myself as extremely fit, and I'm worried that I won't be able to keep up.


We start our classes with some rounds of skipping and static exercises to get our bodies warmed up, before moving on to shadow boxing.

Once that's done, the class will move on to guided bag work, followed by one-on-one padwork with our trainers, before we end off with some core strengthening exercises and stretching.

The top priority of all our trainers is a students' wellbeing. They are always observing the class and will actively call out a student to take a break if needed.

I don't own any Muay Thai equipment, do I need to buy everything before I come? If yes, what should I buy?

Although we offer shared gloves at the gym, for hygiene purposes, you'll need to buy your own handwraps, which are available for purchase here.

Shin Guards are available for shared use during sparring sessions.

Regarding attire, there's no need for Muay Thai shorts, feel free to wear any comfortable sports attire. We train barefoot, so shoes aren't necessary.

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