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boxing - thai boxing or kungfu jiangyin

Postby sean and kat » Thu Dec 10, 2009 9:03 pm

interested in learning martial arts - currently very unfit does anyone know of a good gym, especially thai boxing
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Re: boxing - thai boxing or kungfu jiangyin

Postby alexss » Fri Dec 11, 2009 9:48 am

I am not sure if the following gyms are good or not, you could try:

1. HK Gym: tel 510-86161938, website: http://jianshen.sh07.host.35.com/goods2.asp?toptype=环境展示
2. Jinling Gym: tel 510-86269696 or 86269695, http://www.jianshen114.com/club/clubDet ... ubId=13758

Doubt somebody can talk to you in English. Good luck!

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Re: boxing - thai boxing or kungfu jiangyin

Postby sean and kat » Fri Dec 11, 2009 6:00 pm

thanx for trying
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Re: boxing - thai boxing or kungfu jiangyin

Postby skinnykiwi1 » Sat Dec 12, 2009 5:02 am

I believe there must be somebody who could teach you for Chinese martial arts. Taiji is a very common martail arts course. Ask your neighbors or co-workers.
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Re: boxing - thai boxing or kungfu jiangyin

Postby steesh182 » Fri Jan 08, 2010 1:00 am

Ahhh you're a funny one Mister Lawrence..... Where are you from by the way? Not sure about Jackie Chan but I believe Jet Li practices WuShu. Sorry to say it but it's not likely you will ever be a "master", but I'm sure there's no bad time to start, even if just for the fitness benefits (mental and physical).
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Re: boxing - thai boxing or kungfu jiangyin

Postby jennwfinch » Mon Jan 11, 2010 1:07 pm

trevorlawrence wrote:If yes, then in what time can I be a master in martial art. Any advise appreciated.

It may be too late for you to become a martial master as you haven't started learning yet.... Heard many Chinese Gongfu masters started their careers at an early age.
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Re: boxing - thai boxing or kungfu jiangyin

Postby sean and kat » Sat Jan 16, 2010 8:34 pm

i suggest you try xanda, which is like chinese thai boxing, if you wish to learn how to fight, they will have somewhere that teaches xanda almost everywhere in china. If you wish not to fight and want a slower paced martial art, you could try tai chi, which is good for your health, flexability and will also make you stronger. If you dedicate yourself to training you can make amazing progress in 6 months - 2 years. Also there are lots of shaolin kung fu schools in china, but i think for shaolin kung fu to be so effective you should better start at a younger age
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Re: boxing - thai boxing or kungfu jiangyin

Postby liveuk » Wed Feb 17, 2010 6:14 am

Or taiji
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Re: boxing - thai boxing or kungfu jiangyin

Postby bruz » Sat Mar 13, 2010 8:28 am

alexss wrote:I am not sure if the following gyms are good or not, you could try:

1. HK Gym: tel 510-86161938, website: http://jianshen.sh07.host.35.com/goods2.asp?toptype=环境展示
2. Jinling Gym: tel 510-86269696 or 86269695, http://www.jianshen114.com/club/clubDet ... ubId=13758

Doubt somebody can talk to you in English. Good luck!

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I will try to contact these information. I really want to join about martial arts.
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Re: boxing - thai boxing or kungfu jiangyin

Postby alexss » Sun Mar 14, 2010 10:23 am

you will get a lot of fun
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