In this video, I show you an inside look @ Absolute MMA, located in Phuket, Thailand! During my stay there, I got to train with 4 Thai instructors, and with their fights combined accumulates to over 1000 fights! Later in the video, I got to spar with Javad Torkk, a professional Muay Thai fighter with over 80 fights, and one of Saenchai's most recent opponents!
In this episode of MMA Athlete Day to Day, I sparring Glory Kickboxer! During my time at Khongsittha in Bangkok Thailand, I was lucky to meet Asa Ten Pow, who is 10-0 in his professional Kickboxing career. In this video, I show you 5 rounds of our sparring!
I am here at Khongsittha Muay Thai, one of my personal favourite gyms in Bangkok, Thailand. I was fortunate to have the opportunity to spar with two of the Thai fighters/instructors here. One of them, 42 years of age with 145 fights and the other with over 200 fights. Obviously, both of them gave me a good beating! If you ever visit Bangkok, I recommend you visit this gym!
In this episode of MMA Athlete Day to Day, I show a typical sparring session with the competition team at Kanata Academy of Martial Arts. I was only able to film me spar against 4 of the competitors, but here you go, enjoy!
In today's episode of MMA Athlete Day to Day, I go to war in my sparring sessions with Stefan Dronjak and Fred Stonehouse! Sparring hard all the time isn't good, but necessary when you are in fight camp training for a fight! Be sure to watch this action packed episode.
I will be hosting my first ever MMA train + travel camp in Phuket, Thailand THIS August 18th to Sept 1st! This short video shows what you can expect training with me! It also shows some scenes of my own attendance at a month long training camp in Bangkok, Thailand back three years ago.
Now if you are interested, all the details can be found here: https://www.mmashredded.com/traintravelcampthailand
In this episode of MMA Athlete Day to Day, I show you an example of how I plan my sparring sessions! Every time you go into a sparring session, you should have a goal - whether it's to try a new technique, refine a certain technique, or work on a certain aspect of MMA. This is the best way to keep getting better.