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Champions of Champions Elite - Muay Thai 
  pathofnames
 
01:52pm 08/10/2010
  I'll be totally honest with everyone.

I work for a show called Champions of Champions Elite. It airs on G4TV. My job is basically to go around trolling message boards to get people to go to the site, or to watch the show. I'm getting kinda bored of the ol' bait and switch routine so i thought I'd tell the truth for once. Seriously, you try signing up to several hundred forums a week and see how it feels.

Is anyone here interested in Muay Thai? The show is basically just that. A bunch of guys and women wailing on each other using this particular martial art. The official site also has a contest that looks for the world's best gamer or something.

So, if you wanna check it out, go ahead. If not, ignore me, or ban me, or whatever.

If you do like it, I'd like to hear why. What do you think about Muay Thai? About the show? About our site? I'm genuinely interested in your opinion. For real. No lie.

http://coc-elite.com
 
     

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banana split :) 
  kristsuper
 
09:19pm 29/10/2007
 

Hi everyone!

It's nice to have a community in LJ created for Muay Thai enthusiast. :) I'm located in Manila, Philippines and I train in elorde boxing gym http://www.elordeboxing.com/ we've got good trainers here. Some of them compete in local mixed martial arts competition. Brandon Vera drops by to one of the elorde boxing gyms whenever he comes in Manila.

Any tips on how to be more flexible. I'm having difficulties splitting.

Thanks,
kristoffer

 
     

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Alabama 
  ericsimmons
 
09:00pm 19/10/2006
  I'm looking for Muay Thai in the Birmingham, Alabama area. I found Spartan Fitness on the Internet, but they appear to be more MMA-oriented. Of course, I would prefer training exclusively in Muay Thai, but I'm open to what's out there.

If anyone has any information on this group or any others in the area, please comment or drop me a line at esimmons205@gmail.com.

Thanks.
 
     

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  bychance37
 
10:20pm 22/08/2006
  Hello all,

I am new to the community. I have an 11 year old son, he has never participated in any sport other than kick ball a few years ago. He started putting on weight and isn't really outgoing. I heard about Muay Thai on Fight Girls and decided to look into it. At first I thought Capoeira sounded interesting for him, not sure if anyone is familiar with it but it is very physical. It would definitely get the weight off. But in your opinions which do you think would be better? Something he can stick to.

I know that I should have started him out earlier, he is the tallest boy his age in there but he doesn't seem to notice so that's good. And I guess it's never too late. 

All suggestions are welcome and appreciated.

Thanks,
Yvette
 
     

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  snapdragon_666
 
03:51pm 13/08/2006
  Hi all. I've had a long break from Muay Thai- it was all a bit too much when i was working night shifts. Then one of my club's camps shut and it got hard to get to. I had a big operation a month ago and i'm going back training tomorrow. I'm pretty nervous! I can't do anything like how i used to after the operation, but my fitness has to start somewhere soon!

I hope it goes ok. It feels harder than the first time i went!

Does anyone have any post-operative training tips?

(Cross posted to girlfighters and _martial_arts)
 
     

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  ootsukaeliza
 
11:48pm 08/08/2006
 


my party......thankyou thankyou thankyou to everyone who came out
and thankyou thankyou thankyou to everyone who watched at home
all your love and support keeps me going.


thanks everyone!

Did you miss it?!?!?! dont worry! it will be on again
Encores:
Saturday Aug. 12 1am/12C, Sunday Aug. 13 3pm/2C, Friday Aug. 18 2pm/1C
Oxygen Channel Special Presentation - Fight Girls
"Seven tough female fighters are in for the fight of their lives when they travel to Thailand to battle the best in the World Muay Thai Championship." 2 hrs 1 min. (TV-PG)


check http://www.oxygen.com/fightgirls
 
     

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  tom_rant
 
06:13pm 08/08/2006
  can anyone help im after a copy of )or even better somewhere i can down load it from) the steve wakling v ying yia fight it was a few years ago thanks  
     

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  ootsukaeliza
 
10:39pm 20/07/2006
  Hello everyone! *^_^* My name's Tina. I've watched the community for awhile...
and i just finally joined....I haven't had much to say.....until now.....

I'm just asking everyone to support the sport and the females involved with it...
so please check out "Fight Girls"......coming soon....



Write up by Martial Arts Success Magazine

Fight Girls Premieres Monday, August 7th
at 9pm ET/PT on the Oxygen Cable-TV Channel

New York, NY -- Fight Girls chronicles seven tough female fighters who are out for the fight of their lives and attempt the impossible -- to beat the best female fighters in the world in a battle for the World Muay Thai Championship. The two-hour reality-TV special will air on Oxygen on Monday, August 7th at 9:00 p.m. Eastern and Pacific Time.
Fight Girls was shot over a two-month period on locations in Las Vegas and Thailand. In it, the legendary Master Toddy of Muay Thai fame, who's trained over 30 world kickboxing champions, trains seven fighters that he hand-picked at his school in Las Vegas. Three are finally chosen to travel to Thailand to compete against other female Muay Thai champions.
The show reveals the unexpected faces of those who compete in this rugged sport. Behind the gloves and bruises are attractive mothers, brides-to-be and high-level executives. As the training intensifies, so does the toll on their personal lives, exposing the emotional battles of these powerhouse fighters.
Once the three fighters reach Thailand, they are confronted with the reality of their pursuit by witnessing just how protective their Thai competitors are of their national sport and the disdain they hold for American women. American women are beautiful, they say, but not strong.
Master Toddy rallies each woman to believe in herself and to prove to him they have the lion heart -- the determination to train hard and conquer their fear in the ring.
Fight Girls is a pilot for a potential weekly series. We need the martial arts industry to get behind this show to boost its ratings. The only other martial arts reality-TV show being broadcast is Ultimate Fighter on Spike TV, which recently completed its third hit season.
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OTHER LINKS
master toddys site
http://www.mastertoddy.com/fightgirls.asp


pics of the other girls doing pr stuff...
http://www.filmmagic.com/ItemListing.aspx?cgl=199313&evntI=0

another write up
http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/sfgate/detail?blogid=24&entry_id=6984

interview on "the insider"
http://insider.tv.yahoo.com/celeb/4406/
 
     

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First Time Over the Ropes 
  turbojugend_mcr
 
09:38am 08/06/2006
 
mood: excited
Hey, firstly thanks to everybody who took the time to reply to my previous question, for anybody who didn't check back.

I'm stepping into the ring for the first time, for my first Interclub fight on Sunday.

Would anybody be willing to offer any last minute tips?

Cheers :)
 
     

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Clinch Tactics 
  turbojugend_mcr
 
11:05am 02/06/2006
  Does anybody know a good webpage or forum where I can read up on some cliching tactics and advice?

Thanks in advance.
 
     

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  dimascii
 
11:20pm 24/05/2006
  Hi all!
I'm looking for some videos with muay thai fights.
I'd be very grateful if somebody gives me links with it.
 
     

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can't find a trainer 
  casey_lou
 
07:24am 17/04/2006
  Hey guys, I'm new. I'm 19, female, with no current martial arts training, although I do have a good bit of experience with strength and endurance conditioning, and I was wondering if anybody can offer me some advice.

I've been really interested in muay thai for about three years now, and finally I'm at a point where I can devote myself to it physically and mentally, but I still have a problem. I live in Greenville, South Carolina, and from what I can find, there just aren't any teaching resources whatsoever. I can't even find a boxing gym in this area. If any of you guys know of anyone in the area that I can contact about training, I'd love to hear about it. But since I doubt that there really is anyone here who could train me, I also want to ask if you guys think it's at all possible to train myself? I want to learn muay thai very badly, and I won't settle for less, but it seems like for the time being, I might have to fly solo. I figure at least I can start breaking in a training routine and start toughening up my hands and getting used to hitting the bag. Eventually I might be able to get a trainer at my gym interested in helping me out, but even then, he wouldn't be properly trained to teach me, so, it just seems like either way, if I can't find someone with experience, I'm going to have to start from scratch. If you guys have any suggestions on resources to help me learn, or advice for beginners, I'd really appreciate it.
 
     

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Promotion 
  cifer_x
 
02:18pm 10/04/2006
 
mood: accomplished
Hello folks, I was coerced by snapdragon_666 to make a post in the community. Yesterday I participated in a grading for my blue shorts rank. So today I am here to report that not only did I manage to survive - I also earned my new rank paying with lots of sweat and PAIN.


Here is a picture of me in my last legs.
 
     

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Story 
  mistermazui
 
09:03pm 01/04/2006
  I'm sore and exhausted but at the same time still sort of working off the adrenaline, so I figured I'd share my story with you guys.

I've been training for about 3.5 years now. I've had one gym fight about a year ago but haven't really competed in anything that anyone would count as a real fight since then. Today another guy from the gym and I tested for our shorts. Basically the "hooray, you're a fighter" initiation. Here's what we did.Collapse )
 
     

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Increasing Flexibility 
  turbojugend_mcr
 
01:32pm 27/03/2006
  Hey

I started Muay Thai about a year and a half ago, when I was 24.

I'd like to increase my flexibility, and am looking at various ways to do so. I perform various stretches regularly, but don't seem to be making as much progress with it as I'd like. I've looked briefly at a few things, such as yoga, Tae Kwon Do (which I understand puts a heavy emphasis on flexibility), and even those rack contraptions advertised in Martial Arts magazines, but I'd really appreciate any advice people have to offer.

Could anybody offer any tips on how I might improve in this area? What's the likelihood of my regaining anywhere near the sort of flexibility and suppleness I had in my childhood/early teens?

Cheers.

Alex.
 
     

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I love this guy 
  hof
 
10:17pm 03/03/2006
  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tLzm-hFy41A&search=ramon%20dekker  
     

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new ideas 
  momgonecrazy
 
07:53am 03/03/2006
  Hey guys! I need some fresh ideas.
I have trained in muay thai for 3 yrs now, but I am no longer at any paticular gym.
I started kinda like a fight club in my barn. We meet 3 nights a week for approx. 1.5 hrs.
We do 1/2 hr warm up, then drills, and a few rounds of sparring.
Problem is, I am feeling very stale. if anyone has some great drills, or anything they think is a great conditioning drill, PLEASE let me know.
 
     

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  therednexican
 
10:25am 10/02/2006
  i'm going to start training in a month or two, and i'm looking for some helpful information on what i should do to get ready for the training, keep in mind this is my first time ever and fresh out of highschool, so anything that would help me to be prepared for what i'm getting into would be appreciated  
     

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Black and blue and it ain't the bedbugs 
  pupa_queen
 
11:24am 18/01/2006
  Hhhm. This might be a silly question, but it's on my mind now and I keep forgetting to ask my instructor when I'm training.

A few months ago, I spent a couple of weeks focussing almost obsessively on elbows. Glorious bruises resulted which have all gone... except for one. Is it normal for an elbow to stay yellowey-bluey-green (no pain, just colour) and will it go away (please say yes)?

*excuse silly question*
 
     

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Question 
  yanachka
 
08:40pm 16/01/2006
  Hey all, does anybody know where I can attend classes in long island ny to train in muay thai?  
     

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