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Old 02-14-2013, 03:26 PM   #16
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I read the sparring in Mikes gym they go to war .Check this out for some quality sparring

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Old 02-14-2013, 03:41 PM   #17
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Some gyms go to war in sparring .In Thailand though I read alot of gyms go easy but Mike gym looks like one of the hardest sparring sessions i've seen .
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Some gyms go to war in sparring .In Thailand though I read alot of gyms go easy but Mike gym looks like one of the hardest sparring sessions i've seen .
Mikes is known for tough sparring... Probably one of the toughest. Thailand is much more relaxed because fighters fight very often and can't afford to get hurt.. often this means the fights themselves are sometimes the same way, the first two rounds (of 5) in Muay Thai are always very relaxed and scored 10-10 by custom.. also lots of thais have agreements not to throw leg kicks so they can fight again the next weekend or after..
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I read the sparring in Mikes gym they go to war .Check this out for some quality sparring

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Ar 2.22 it looks a bit too hard on the boy but he took it well .They are all in good shape the kid is probably a fighter .I read it's one of the best kickboxing gms in Holland and the world .
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Mikes is known for tough sparring... Probably one of the toughest. Thailand is much more relaxed because fighters fight very often and can't afford to get hurt.. often this means the fights themselves are sometimes the same way, the first two rounds (of 5) in Muay Thai are always very relaxed and scored 10-10 by custom.. also lots of thais have agreements not to throw leg kicks so they can fight again the next weekend or after..
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I just got an email back today . I'll copy and paste for the forum .1 month would probably cost me the same as Thailand .




Internship Mike's Gym

Mike’s Gym provides an intensive trainings program from Januari till
December.
The whole year we prepare fighters for the best shows worldwide.
We try to achieve the goals you want through this program.
It’s hard and might be different but it will take you to your next level.
You can be a part of this as a professional fighter or as a starter.
It is helpful but not necessary to speak English.

What do you get:

# A bed to sleep in. When you are lucky and there are not many people you
can have a room of your own but most of the time you need to share.

# Bread at daytime with cheese, ham chicken, peanutbutter, jam etc.
# 1 Hot meal a day. Spagetti, rice with vegetables and chicken etc.
# 2liters of water.
# You can’t choose because there is no menu. You can always get your own
food offcourse.

# Transportation to the house from the gym and vice versa.

# All the trainings and workout sessions as:
-8Am. Weightlifting circuit.(Monday till Friday.)

- -9Am. Running.(Monday till Friday.)
- -9.30Am. Brazilian Jui Jitsu.(Monday, Wednesday and Friday.)
- -10Am. Kickboxing.(Monday till Friday.)

- -6Pm. Brazilian Jui Jitsu.(Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday.)
- -6.30Pm. Kickboxing Fighters.(Monday till Friday.)
- -7Pm. Mixed Martial Arts. (Monday till Friday.)
- -7Pm. Kickboxing basic. (Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.)
- -8Pm. Kickboxing. (Monday till Thursday.)
- -8.30Pm. Kickboxing for seniors. (Tuesday and Thursday.)
- -8.30Pm. Bagworkout. (Monday and Wednesday. Friday 7.30Pm Saturday
8.45Am and Sunday 10.15Am.)

This all for the price of 55euro a day.
For the bedcovers and the key to the house you’ll have to deposit 100euro.
By returning of the key and all of the bedcovers you’ll get your deposit
back ofcourse.
You can pay on arrival at the counter.
For private lessons you can inform and book at the counter.
Transportation from and to the airport costs 20euro a car ride(3pers.) .

There is no refund!

Please inform us one or two days before arrival so we can prepare and know
approximately what time we can expect your call.
To avoid a long waiting period call +31623789053 when you are collecting
your luggage. Than go outside to the big tv-screen there turn to the right
and around the corner is the Sheraton Hotel.
Wait in front of the hotel and we will pick you up.

After a week of hard training I can imagine you want to wash your clothes.
That’s possible for the amount of 5euro a bag of clothing.
The rest of your questions will be answered on arrival.

You’re always welcome but when you make a reservation you have a place for
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I hope to see you soon.


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What a f-----g gym as well man , minted .
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I might to to amsterdam in the summer, would love to check out golden glory and see some kickboxing events, ya zimi?
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From my experiences In Thailand & Holland is that Yes Thai camps spar light if at all, that's not to say that when your doing pad-work with a trainer in the ring he won't nail you if your making mistakes because he will(they do go a little easier on beginning farang though) their pad-work is very intense and IMO just as good as sparring on many levels. as far as Holland as I recall the sparring was harder however it was by no means a war and if someone got carried away you got thrown out of the gym for the day so if you are only there for a limited time its not worth it. the best way I can describe the sparring in Holland is there "give and take" where by you will defend while your partner works offence sometimes it doesn't work out quite like that but for the most part that's the unwritten rule.
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