Best muay thai gym on east coast?

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  1. BorrowDolla

    BorrowDolla Green Belt

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    If you could train with any muay thai gym on the east coast, who would it be?
     
  2. fightclub1005

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    i am looking for one as well
     
  3. moemurda

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    Fighthouse is a great Muay Thai and MMA gym, theres classes all day mon-sat, check the site, fighthouse.com
     
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    you want good thai training on the east coast? sit yu dong in boston with kru dellogrota
     
  5. ForeverFiending

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    Sit Yu Dong has a great rep. Boston Muay Thai Academy does well too. They do very traditional MT. If that's the ONE style you want, I would pick them. If you plan on cross training, I would consider other gyms because I can think of a few.
     
  6. BorrowDolla

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    Ok, but I'm not willing to move to Boston because cost of living is too high, too much traffic, and to be honest, I don't like the cold.

    I appreciate the advice though. I should have specified that Anything north of Maryland is probably out of the question.

    Also, I'm not into the traditional Muay Thai so much because I'm a tall guy and I think the traditional is geared a lot more to the short body type. I could be wrong.
     
  7. Ryukyu Damashi

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    You are wrong. Being tall is always a plus in any style of Muay Thai.
     
  8. BorrowDolla

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    Oh, I thought you were a New Englander too! And yea, you are totally bass akwards on that! Being tall is a major plus in MT. The tall lean builds are very desired in that sport!
     
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    Last bump (for a few days)
     

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