Posted On:8/18/2004 10:02pm
Looking to see Muay Thai training methods....
Posted On:8/18/2004 10:33pm
Decided against MMA?
Posted On:8/18/2004 10:34pm
Style: What The Fu
What's next Glitzy, Dim Mak in NJ? ;)
Posted On:8/18/2004 11:57pm
Stated with much bias, you will get no better training anywhere else. Master K has been my coach since 1992 and has been instrumental in EVERYTHING that I have been able to acheive, including winning 3 East Coast Muay Thai titles in 3 different weight classes.
Posted On:8/19/2004 12:05am
Holy Cow, I didn't know Master K moved to NJ! He used to teach Muay Thai in NYC....that guy is a legend. Man, If I lived in NJ, I'd study with Master K in a heartbeat.
Posted On:8/19/2004 12:22am
master K is decent from what I've heard. He trained Khun Kao, and his fighters were pretty good at ETC 2.
Posted On:8/19/2004 8:01am
Master K is one of the best Muay Thai instructors I've ever had. I trained with him for a couple years back in Virginia back in the early 90's. I'd go back and train with him anytime if I moved ever up north again.
Posted On:8/19/2004 12:47pm
Style: WC, Muay Thai
Master K teaches at Renzos in New York and also in Allendale, NJ. I recommend him highly.
Posted On:8/19/2004 1:02pm
HEY, I used to train with K in VA in the early 90's as well. Whats your real name?
Posted On:8/21/2004 9:50am
Mr. Gordo im looking to see the training methods :). I'll go by the schools recommended by you people observe and test. I've never got to see what the training was like for those arts. The Kung Fu school i go to supplies me with a well rounded art. Dim Mak i have no interest in ;).
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