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Train at Bangkok’s premier Martial Arts facility! Select your own schedule including Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Muay Thai, Boxing, Wrestling, MMA, and strength and conditioning sessions. Accommodation is provided in a private, air-conditioned room at the nearby condo with laundry facilities. Fuel your training with two meals per day as well as snacks and drinks provided by Nourish Cafe in the gym. Packages range from one to four-week stays. Whether you are an aspiring MMA fighter or just want a fun way to get or stay in shape, Bangkok Fight Lab has the right package for you!
Accommodation is provided just a five-minute walk from the gym at Golden House. Enjoy a private, air-conditioned room, en suite, double bed, with laundry facilities downstairs, building security and rentable WiFi.
Bangkok Fight Lab likes to allow plenty of flexibility in your training program. They know you aren't going to come all this way to sit in your room watching Netflix the whole time, so with the all-access membership, you can pick and choose which classes to attend on any given day.
It is recommended taking time off for recovery on Saturday or Sunday afternoons, and perhaps one other morning or afternoon during the week, depending on your fitness levels and goals. The schedule is packed so take full advantage and do as much as your body and mind allow but don't overdo it or you will burn out and have to take more time off for injury or exhaustion.
A typical day might look something like this:
Muay Thai is a combat sport from Thailand that uses stand-up striking along with various clinching techniques. Muay Thai is known as “the art of eight limbs” because it is characterized by the combined and efficient use of fists, elbows, knees, shins and feet. Practicing Muay Thai requires excellent physical conditioning and coordination, and so is great for both ordinary athletes and fighters. If you want to train Muay Thai in Bangkok, you have come to the right place!
The sport became widespread internationally in the twentieth century as its effectiveness became clear in combat against practitioners of other martial arts. Muay Thai training and combat are rich in Thai tradition and culture and it is the national sport of Thailand. Bangkok Fight Lab offers Muay Thai in Bangkok for athletes of all skill levels, and it is a core component of their fighter-training program.
Bangkok Fight Lab is a proud certified affiliate of the Pedro Sauer Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Association. Master Pedro Sauer is a certified 8th Degree Red/Blackbelt under Grandmaster Helio Gracie (Co-Founder of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu) and Rickson Gracie.
BJJ is a martial art, combat sport and self-defense system that focuses on grappling and especially ground fighting. BJJ was formed from Kodokan Judo ground fighting fundamentals that were taught to Carlos Gracie by Master Mitsuyo Maeda. BJJ eventually came to be its own art through the experimentations, practices, and adaptation from the Judo knowledge of Carlos and Hélio Gracie, who passed their knowledge on to their extended family.
BJJ promotes the concept that a smaller, weaker person can successfully defend against a bigger, stronger assailant by using proper technique, leverage and most notably, taking the fight to the ground, and then applying joint-locks and choke-holds to defeat the opponent. It is a physically demanding martial art, and new practitioners typically lose weight and gain muscle while improving coordination and flexibility.
Practicing BJJ is also a great way to develop self-confidence and make friends with people from every background. Sparring (also called “rolling”) and live drilling play a major role in training, and a premium is placed on performance, especially in competition, to progress through the belt system from white, blue and purple, to brown and eventually black belt. Though competing is not a necessity in order to progress.
At Bangkok Fight Lab, the BJJ classes are an hour long and involve a warm-up, techniques, drills and positional sparring. Every class is then followed by an optional open mat hour of sparring (rolling) where the techniques learned in class can be applied in a more live situation.
Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) is the fastest growing sport in the world. MMA is a highly effective combination of several martial arts, typically but not exclusively including Brazilian Jiu-jitsu, Boxing, Wrestling, Muay Thai and Judo. Professional and amateur MMA fight leagues can now be found around the world. Combat usually takes place inside a chain-link many-sided cage (the most famous promotion Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) own the Octagon shape and name), and sometimes in a traditional boxing ring.
Bangkok Fight Lab offers instruction in MMA taught by champions and professionals in Muay Thai, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu, Mixed Martial Arts, Boxing, Wrestling, and No Gi Submission Grappling. The coaches are also active competitors and they have a strong pro team who train daily and compete often. Training in the Invite-Only MMA sessions is by coach discretion only. You will need some prior experience of at least one martial art or combat sport.
Known as “the sweet science”, boxing is a contest of strength, speed, reflexes, will, and endurance. Utilizing punches, footwork and head movement, fighters aim to hit and not be hit. Through proper body mechanics, boxers generate tremendous power in their punches and beautifully evasive defense. Try the boxing classes to help you develop good technique, expand your understanding of the sweet science and to get super fit.
Judo is a competitive sport originating from the Japanese martial art Jujitsu. The objective is to either throw or take an opponent to the ground, then immobilize or otherwise subdue with a pin, or force an opponent to submit with a joint lock or a choke. Judo became an Olympic sport in 1964. It is a physically demanding and highly regarded sport and many top MMA fighters have a background in Judo at an Olympic level.
At the moment, Bangkok Fight Lab does not have Judo classes on our timetable but they have an open mat every Saturday where high-level Judokas come to train and are happy to show beginners some basic techniques. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu classes will also sometimes cover some basic Judo.
Submission Grappling (or Wrestling) uses techniques from Catch Wrestling, Judo, Greco Roman, Freestyle, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Jujitsu and Sambo. Grapplers usually wear rash guards and board shorts, sometimes with spats (leggings), hence why it is sometimes referred to as No Gi. They are also known for using submission techniques normally banned in other arts or competitions such as heel hooks, toe holds and wrist locks.
Submission Grappling is a great accompanying sport to Brazilian Jiu Jitsu as they share many of the same techniques and body movements. There is much crossover and many students of one at least dabble in the other. If you are training for MMA then Submission Wrestling is becoming more and more vital as the standard of ground fighting in MMA reaches ever higher levels.
Bangkok Fight Lab is the city's premier fight sports and martial arts gym. They offer top quality coaching, a friendly and welcoming atmosphere and 1000 square meters of premium training area, including a boxing ring, strength and conditioning equipment and 150 square meters of beautiful Flexi-Roll grappling mats. The facilities include changing rooms with showers, frequent ice baths, pro shop and healthy cafe.
The class schedule includes Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (gi), MMA, Muay Thai, submission grappling (no-gi), Western Boxing, Judo and Kali. Whether you are looking to get fit and learn new skills, or you are a serious combat sports athlete preparing for your next fight, Bangkok Fight Lab will help you achieve your goals.
Morgan began training under 7th degree red/black belt Master Pedro Sauer in 1995 at age 15. He received all his belts under Master Sauer, his black belt in October 2015 (lineage: Helio Gracie – Rickson Gracie – Pedro Sauer), and is the only Pedro Sauer certified Gracie Jiu-Jitsu black belt in Asia. In 2005, Morgan graduated from University of Utah and moved to Thailand to teach BJJ in 2006 as one of the earliest instructors in the Bangkok BJJ scene. He teaches both traditional Gracie Jiu-Jitsu self-defense and modern sport Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
An experienced fighter and coach from the USA, our Head MMA and Boxing coach Luke leads a dynamic pro team and plenty of great amateur fighters as well as hobbyists in mixed classes.
Kru Thep is an active competitor still fighting in Muay Thai and also Western boxing. He has 272 Muay Thai fights under his belt with 200 wins, 70 losses and 2 draws. He started training at age 9 in the Eastern province of Ubon Ratchathani. He is the Max Muay Thai reigning champion at 55kg (121lbs) and also the WPMF (World Professional Muay Thai Federation) current champion. In boxing he has recently had title fights for the WBA, WBC and IBF. He trains hard and has a very classic style of fighting. We are proud to have him represent Bangkok Fight Lab in his continuing combat sporting career.
39 year old Kru Nam, full name Pornpirum Nimma, Muay Thai name Bitpom Lougchowpawpaklong, started Muay Thai at age 15. He has fought 60 times, with 42 wins and 18 losses. A humble, happy coach who has a great understanding of the different needs of his students. He teaches classic Muay Thai techniques and training methods but makes every class fun, perhaps putting a little less pressure on his students than our other trainers.
Thien started training BJJ in the UK with the Gracie Barra team at The University of Nottingham and received his blue belt from Ben Poppleton. He also trained with Braulio Estima in Birmingham and after two years in Nottingham, he then had the chance to train with the London Shootfighters team, which helped him develop wrestling and No-Gi skills. He then joined Carlson Gracie London and was awarded his purple belt by Wilson Junior. In 2008, he returned to Bangkok and continued his study of BJJ receiving his brown belt from Lee Livingstone and recently his black belt from Professor Pedro Sauer.
Golden House is located in Sukhumvit Soi 50 just a five-minute walk from the gym. Both Bangkok Fight Lab and Golden House are also just a short walk from BTS (Bangkok Sky Train) station Onnut, making travel within Bangkok easy, cheap and convenient.
Daily breakfast is provided by your hotel while two meals a day plus snacks and drinks are provided by Nourish Cafe, a plant-based cafe located above the gym. At Nourish Cafe, you can enjoy your healthy meals while watching the action in the gym. If you have any food allergies or intolerances please inform the staff on your first day.
The Nourish menu can be found on the website and you will also get to try some specials too. Plant fueled meals will provide an excellent, nutritious complement to your training! Eating bland boring food will not help you to change your habits. They will show you how exciting and satisfying a plant-based diet can be.
Transfer not provided
You can take a taxi direct from the airport (simply tell the driver Sukhumvit Soi 50)
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