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Muay Thai or roadwork in Tianmu

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Muay Thai or roadwork in Tianmu

Postby reyoutiao » 10 May 2012, 13:36

So, I posted this in the boxing gyms thread but, basically, I'm looking for people in or near the Tianmu area who want to get in some conditioning work or padwork.

If you want to run in the morning or evening, that'd be cool. What I have in mind is something like a half hour run, followed by stretching and sit-ups or something. Then padwork or drills, if you're so inclined. It's a little easier with other people.

I've trained Muay Thai for about 5 years and can do some basic boxing work, too.

I'd be glad to train or run with people of any age, sex, skin color, religion, skill level, fitness, etc. (I've had some teaching experience in Muay Thai), just so long as you're willing to stick to a schedule.

PM me or reply if interested, please.
Ink Still Wet in Passport (shífēn xīnshǒu)
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