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ahsham
post Aug 15 2008, 06:44 PM


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I'm compiling a list of schools / dojo that offer Aikido, Karate, Judo, Taekwondo, Mixed Martial Arts, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Kickboxing, Capoeira, Kung Fu, Self-Defense classes ... etc.
The main focus here is martial arts, not those aerobic / cardio workouts offered by gym.

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Klang Valley / Selangor:
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Muayfit MMA Studio

Courses Offered: Muay Thai, Mixed Martial Arts, Capoeira, Krav Maga, Systema, Urban Warrior, Step Aerobics, Yoga, and Dragon Chi Kung

Website: http://www.muayfit.com/
Facebook: fb.com/muayfit4life
Email: enquiry@muayfit.com
Tel: 03-79604761, 03-79604759, 03-79602110, 03-79602389.
Address:
C-27-01 & C-27-06, 3 Two Square,
No. 2 Jalan 19/1,
46300 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor.



Jak Othman's Kickboxing Studio

Courses Offered: Kickboxing, Blade Combat

Website: www.jakickboxing.com
Email: jak@jakickboxing.com
Tel: 013-3626561
Address:
PJ Studio:6A-4, Jalan 14/20, Section 14, (same row with KFC, above Baker's Cottage)
SJ Studio:78-3 (3rd Floor), Jalan SS15/4D, 47500, Subang Jaya.



Merican Muay Thai Gym

Courses Offered: Muay Thai Kickboxing

Website: mericanmuaythai.blogspot.com
Facebook: facebook.com/group.php?gid=127562187260715
Email: mericanmuaythai@gmail.com
Tel: 012-3300280
Address:
Merican Muay Thai Gym
3-2 Block A
Jalan Solaris
Solaris Mont Kiara
50480 Kuala Lumpur

Fees:
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Academia Bantus

Courses Offered: Capoeira

Website: www.bantus.com.my
Tel:
012 288 7908 (Quek)
012 299 3600 (Ngeow)
Address:
23-C, Jalan SS22/23
Damansara Jaya
Petaling Jaya 47400

Fees:
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Ding's martial art gymnasium

Courses Offered: Aikido, Judo, Brazilian Jiujitsu, Capoeira

Website: pjjiujitsu.blogspot.com (BJJ Club)
Email:pj.jiujitsu@ymail.com
Tel: 019-3912299 (Ricky Ding)
Address:
3 Jalan SS 4D/2
Taman People's Park
47301 Petaling Jaya

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TNT Kickboxing

Courses Offered: Kickboxing

Website: www.tntkickboxing.com
Tel: 03 6201 2342
Fax: 03 6201 3342
Address:
9-1 Jln 26A / 70A Desa Sri Hartamas, 50480 Kuala Lumpur



KDT Academy - Fitness, Performance & Martial Arts Training Centre

Courses Offered: Brazilian Jiujitsu, Crazy Monkey Defense

Website: www.kdta.com
Tel: 012 202 6111
Address:
41 Jalan Medang Serai, Bangsar Puteri, Bangsar, 59200 Kuala Lumpur



Elite Martial Arts Academy (EMAA)

Courses Offered: Taekwondo, Mushin-Do

Website: elitemushin-do.blogspot.com
Tel: 016 281 4873 (Master Sim), 016 613 6569 (Master Lai)
Address:
3-3C (3rd Floor), Jalan SS15/7, 47500 Subang Jaya (Adjacent to Taylor College)

Schedule:
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Dynamic Satiindo Kickboxing

Courses Offered: Kickboxing

Tel: 012-633 2099 (En. Faizal Ismail)
Address:
Club House Tasik Height Apartment, Bandar Tasik Selatan, 57000 KL.

Schedule:
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KD MAC

Courses Offered: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

Tel: 012-220-6064
Address:
No. 8-3 Jalan PJU 5/10, Dataran Sunway, Kota Damansara, 47810 PJ.


Aikido Yoshinkan Shudokan Martial Arts Centre

Courses Offered: Aikido, Women's Self Defense

Website: www.shudokanmalaysia.com
Tel: 03 8948 6462
Address:
Menara TM Dojo
Multi-Purpose Hall, Menara TM,
Jalan Pantai Baharu
Kuala Lumpur

Shah Alam Dojo
Dewan Orang Ramai MBSA, Seksyen 7,
Jalan Marmar 7/30C, 40000 Shah Alam.
Tel: 03-8948 6462, 014-630 8918



Akademi Aikido Jyuku

Courses Offered: Aikido

Address:
KL Japan Club, Taman Seputeh
Tel: 03-42515008 (Kimiko)



Aikido Yamada Dojo Kota Kemuning

Courses Offered: Aikido

Address:
No. 12, 2F Jln Anggerik, Vanilla R31/R, Kota Kemuning, 40460 Shah Alam
Tel: 03-42515008 (Kimiko)


Aikikai Ampang Dojo

Courses Offered: Aikido

Tel: 03-42515008 (Kimiko)
Address:
City-Square Centre, KL



Damansara Aikido Academy

Courses Offered: Aikido

Tel: 03-79566102 (Tan Chee Seng)
Address:
No.2C, Jln SS21/62 BU, Damansara Utama 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan



Aikido Francis Dojo

Courses Offered: Aikido

Tel: 012-2386321 (Francis Wong)
Address:
Kompleks Komuniti Bandar Utama Jalan Bu 3/1 (Bu 6/1) Bandar Utama 47800, Petaling Jaya.


Fudoshin Dojo

Courses Offered: Aikido

Website: sites.google.com/site/fudoshinmy
Tel: 012-3033679 (David Yap)
Address:
15-2 Jln PJU 1/3G, Sunway Mas Commercial Center, 47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor



Shoshinkan Dojo

Courses Offered: Aikido

Address:
No. 8-3, Jln PJU 5/10, Dataran Sunway, Kota Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Tel: 012-2206064 (Miles Chan)



Aikido Shudokan Villa Puteri Dojo

Courses Offered: Aikido

Address:
Banquet Hall, Level 3, Villa Puteri, Lot 36, Jalan Tun Ismail, Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-8948 6462, 014-630 8918



Persatuan Okinawan Shorin-Ryu Seibukan Karate-Do Antarabangsa Malaysia

Courses Offered: Karate

Website: seibukan.wordpress.com
Address:
201, Block C, Tingkat 1, Jalan PJS 3/55, Taman Sri Manja, 46000 PJ.
Tel: 03-77832951, 019-6426704 (Mahaguru Pathmanathan Sensei)



EITP Fitness Center

Courses Offered: Boxing, Kickboxing, Ladies Self Defense, Karate, Taekwondo

Website: eitp.com.my
Tel: 03-78773220, 0193979517
Address:
37B-41B, SS2/64, 47300 PJ.



International Jujutsu Institute Malaysia

Courses Offered: Jujutsu (Jiu Jitsu)

Website: www.jujutsu.org.my
Tel: 012 3200 999 (Leong sensei); 019 319 1643 (Michael sensei)
Address:
No. 15-1 Kuchai Business Centre, Jalan Kuchai Lama, 58200 KL

Fees: RM 110 per month
Schedule: Mondays and Wednesdays 20:00 - 21:30



Mixed Martial Arts Training Center (MMATC)

Courses Offered: Mixed Martial Arts, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu, Wrestling, Judo, Sambo and more

Website: mmatc.blogspot.com (blog)
Email: theamloong@gmail.com
Tel: 016-3244780, 016-3244780, 012-2533669 (Tim)
Address: 39,A JLN BUNGA TANJUNG 8, TMN PUTRA, 68000 Ampang

Fees:
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CRUSH MMA Center

Courses Offered: Mixed Martial Arts, Aikido, Arnis, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Kyukoshin Karate, Tae Kwon Do, Shaolin Kung Fu

Website: crushmma.googlepages.com
Email: crush.mma.my@gmail.com
Tel: 012-2206064
Address:
No 32 Jalan PJU 5/21,
The Strand, Kota Damansara,
47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
(behind Alliance & CIMB Bank, near Giant Supermarket)




Global Elite Gym

Courses Offered: Muay Thai , Kick boxing , Taekwondo , Kidnastics , Yoga ,Aeropump and Elite Cardio

Website: www.globalelitegym.com
Facebook: http://fb.com/pages/Global-Elite-Gym/134818603234320
Tel: Master Barbod 012- 604 0890
Address:
Lot 5-2-12, Jalan 3/109F,
Danau Business Center,
Taman Danau Desa,
Kuala Lumpur 58100.



Tanaka Ryu Jujitsu

Courses Offered: Jujitsu, Mixed Martial Arts

Tel: 012-9152508 (Sensei Francis Albert)
Address:
Taylors College (SS15 Subang),
UCSI (Taman Connaught, Cheras),
Sunway College (Sunway),
TAR College (Setapak)



Oriental Martial Art - Shorin Ryu Karate

Courses Offered: Karate, Weapons (Eskrima, Bo, Tongfa, Sai)

Tel: 03-9132 7267 (Sensei Chan)
Address:
Oriental Martial Art
31 Jalan Manis 3
Taman Segar 56100
Kuala Lumpur.
(Above Oriental Martial Arts shop lot in Taman Segar (Leisure Mall), Cheras.)



Kelab Tomoi Singa Malaya

Courses Offered: Kickboxing

Email:king_Zakry@yahoo.com
Tel:
0176154771 (En.zakry)
0123012127 (En.Hisyam)
0193881251 (En.Ismail - Guru)
Address: Taman Kantan Permai, 43000 Kajang, Selangor.



Choi Kwang Do Putrajaya

Courses Offered: Choi Kwang Do

Website: www.malaysiachoikwangdo.com
Email: Zuzilamn@malaysiachoikwangdo.com
Tel: 017 - 357 0405 / 013 - 232 4603
Address: Dewan Serbaguna Precinct 8, Putrajaya.

Schedule: Sunday 3:00pm - 4:00pm



SMASH

Courses Offered: KIXBXX, Aikido, Taekwondo, Martial Arts, Capoeira, Judo, Karate, Wushu

Website:
www.smash.com.my
smashstudio.blogspot.com
Email: enquiries@smash.com.my
Tel: 03-6141 6335, 016-222 4865
Address: 2-3A, Jalan PJU 5/11, Dataran Sunway, Kota Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya.



Kalari Payat Bangsar

Courses Offered: Kalari Payat

Tel: 012 6716500
Address: 30 Jln Liku Bangsar

Fees: RM 60 per month



GTF Taekwondo (Selangor)

Courses Offered: Taekwondo

Email: thomastheang@yahoo.com
Tel: +6019 365 3768 Mr.Thomas Theang
Chief Instructor: Master Lee Hok Heng +6019 363 6036
Address: Selangor Taekwon-Do Association
D/A 46, Jalan 1, Taman Lensen, off Jalan Cheras,
56000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.



WTF Taekwondo

Courses Offered: Taekwondo

Chief Instructor: Master Zul +6013 5201644
Address: Several different locations in Klang Valley/Selangor


International Okinawa Goju-Ryu Karate-Do Federation

Course offerred: Traditional Okinawan Karate[/url]

Instructor: Sensei Veerapan (Billy)
Location: Bandar Utama, Ampang
Contact: Alex, 0127642230
Email: chienhwee87@hotmail.com



[color=red]Malaysia International Ving Chun Federation


Courses Offered: Wing Chun

Website:
vingchunkungfu.com
Tel: +6(03) 2300 2696
Chief Instructor: Brandon Chan
Address:
10-2(2ND FLOOR), JALAN 28/70A,
DESA SRI HARTAMAS, 50480 KUALA LUMPUR.



Kyokushin Karate

Courses Offered: Karate

Website:
www.karate.com.my
www.kyokushin2010.com
Tel: 016 - 282 5488 / 016 - 331 8181
Address:
Malaysia Honbu
5C, Jalan 19/29, Section 19, 46300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.



Tanaka Jujitsu Academy

Courses Offered: Jujitsu, Mixed Martial Arts, Self Defence

Website:
www.hybridjujitsu.blogspot.com
Facebook
Tel: 012-915 2508 (Francis)
Address:
Tanaka Jujitsu Academy
Twin Tower Fitness Centre, Concourse Level,
Petronas Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur.



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Penang Aikido Dojo (Malaysia Aikido Association, MAA)

Courses Offered: Aikido

Website: www.aikido-maa.com/dojo_directory/index.php?location=Penang
Facebook: www.facebook.com/PenangAikidoDojo
Email: jmpang.priv@gmail.com
Address:
Taman Sri Nibong Aikido Dojo (TSN Dojo) - Headquarter
Taman Sri Nibong Residents' Association
Jalan Bukit Kecil Dua,11900 Bayan Lepas,Penang.
Mr. Pang

Catholic Church of Divine Mercy (CDM Dojo)
117, Jalan Kenari, 11900 Sungai Ara, Penang.
Mr. Llewellyn



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Sarawak
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Seishinkan Aikido Dojo

Courses Offered: Aikido

Website:
seishinkanaikido.com
www.aikikaimy.com
seishinkan-dojo.blogspot.com
Address:
3rd Floor, SL 28, Panovel Commercial Centre
Jalan Simpang Tiga / Jalan Mendu (Above Guardian), Kuching, Sarawak

Fees:
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Hapkido Martial Arts Academy (Koma Seapac - East Malaysia)

Courses Offered: Hapkido Sung Moo Kwan, Taekwondo Chung Do Kwan, Hapki Hosinsool (Cqc & Self-Defense), Edged & Impact Weapons

Website: komaseapac.blogspot.com
Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/komaseapac
Email: hapkidoacademy@hotmail.com
Tel: 016-8661448 (Alton)
Address: Lot 7037, 3rd Floor, Jalan Pending, 93450 Kuching, Sarawak.

Classes:
Mon - 8:30pm - 10:00pm
Tues - 8:00pm - 10:00pm
Wed - 8:30pm - 10:00pm
Thurs - 8:00pm - 10:00pm
Fri - 8:30pm - 10:00pm
Sat - (no classes at the moment)
Sun - 2:00pm - 4:00pm (Children Class)



Studio23

Courses Offered: Crazy Monkey Defense, Brazillian Jiu-Jitsu

Website: www.studio23.my
Email: info@studio23.my
Tel: 012-8053005(Eileen)
Address:
No. 152, Lot 3023. Lorong 8.
Jalan Tun Ahmad Zaidi Adruce.
93150 Kuching, Sarawak. MALAYSIA.



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Perak
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Aikido Dojo Ipoh

Courses Offered: Aikido

Address:
Jaya Jusco, 1st Floor Kinta City Shopping Center, Ipoh Perak



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Singapore:
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Fight Works Asia - Krav Maga

Courses Offered: Krav Maga

Website: www.fightworksasia.com.sg/krav_maga.html
Email: enquiries@fightworksasia.com.sg
Tel: 02-6285 6028
Address:
FightWorks Asia
565 Macpherson Road
STANDARD PHOTO BUILDING
#04-00 Singapore



Commando Krav Maga

Courses Offered: Krav Maga, Hap Ki Do, Taekwando

Website: www.commandokrav-maga.com
Tel: +65-97778121
Address:
Oneberry Combatives Academy
3, New Industrial Road, Kimly building, #04-01. #04-00 Singapore

Revenue House
Wellness Infinity Health & Fitness Club.
55, Newton road, #05-02, Level 5, Spore 307987,
(next to Novena MRT)

Sunflower Building
55 Geylang Road, #02-01

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post Aug 16 2008, 06:50 PM


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Seishinkan Dojo moved to a new location. The address can be found in www.aikiweb.com plus they just recently added a blog of their own and a website. www.seishinkan-dojo.blogspot.com and http://seishinkanaikido.com/
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hey,great thread.....Thanks for the list dude..Any idea how much for the jak Othman kickboxing fee?
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QUOTE(deathlinenetworks @ Aug 16 2008, 06:50 PM)
Seishinkan Dojo moved to a new location. The address can be found in www.aikiweb.com plus they just recently added a blog of their own and a website. www.seishinkan-dojo.blogspot.com and http://seishinkanaikido.com/
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Thanks for the info, bro.
Already updated the address.


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hey,great thread.....Thanks for the list dude..Any idea how much for the jak Othman kickboxing fee?
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Not sure about the latest fee.
But if the fee has not been raised (since last year),
then it's RM120 /month (unlimited).

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Klang Valley

Tanaka Ryu Jujitsu
Sensei: Francis Albert 012 915 2508
Course: Jujitsu, Mixed Martial Art
Venue: Taylors College (SS15 Subang), UCSI (Taman Connaught, Cheras), Sunway College (Sunway), TAR College (Setapak)

Shorin Ryu Karate
Sensei Chan
Course: Karate, Weapons
Venue: Above Oriental Martial Arts shop lot in Taman Segar (Leisure Mall), Cheras.

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Klang Valley

Tanaka Ryu Jujitsu
Sensei: Francis Albert 012 915 2508
Course: Jujitsu, Mixed Martial Art
Venue: Taylors College (SS15 Subang), UCSI (Taman Connaught, Cheras), Sunway College (Sunway), TAR College (Setapak)

Shorin Ryu Karate
Sensei Chan
Course: Karate, Weapons
Venue: Above Oriental Martial Arts shop lot in Taman Segar (Leisure Mall), Cheras.
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Do you have the contact number for Shorin Ryu Karate?
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Good thread! Really helps. BTW, does anyone here going to the Tanaka Ryu Jujitsu? Can tell the fees and the things taught there eh?
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any class in Sepang and KLIA area? Im so bored here and need to gt fit my attending this class
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any class in Sepang and KLIA area? Im so bored here and need to gt fit my attending this class
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Not sure about Sepang.
But if you don't mind travel a bit, there are Taekwondo and Kickboxing classes around Kajang area,
and a Choi Kwang Do class at Putrajaya.
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Hi Ronin Amin,

The fees should be ~RM50 per month. Its best you check with the instructor. TRJ teaches standup fights and jujitsu (locks, throws, leverages, grappling, ground fights).

GENERAL UNDERSTANDING
I personnlly feel that (for which ever art a person is taking) going for a class lasting less than 1 1/2 hour is never enough.

Imagine this, we go for a class ( kick and punch a particular style for 10 reps, continued this for 10 different styles ) once a week. You sweat out. By 4 or 6 months, you're promoted. You feel good. But you've only been kicking and punching the style (4 weeks x 6 months x 10 times) 240 time ONLY. WOuld that make a person good enough in the kicking and punching?

Ok, my point is, we should be attending more than once a week for any martial class. Anything less and we get promoted is merely an act of deceiving ourselves. This is very dangerous as it gives us false security.

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Hi Ronin Amin,

The fees should be ~RM50 per month. Its best you check with the instructor. TRJ teaches standup fights and jujitsu (locks, throws, leverages, grappling, ground fights).

GENERAL UNDERSTANDING
I personnlly feel that  (for which ever art a person is taking) going for a class lasting less than 1 1/2 hour is never enough.

Imagine this, we go for a class ( kick and punch a particular style for 10 reps, continued this for 10 different styles ) once a week.  You sweat out. By 4 or 6 months, you're promoted. You feel good. But you've only been kicking and punching the style (4 weeks x 6 months x 10 times) 240 time ONLY. WOuld that make a person good enough in the kicking and punching?

Ok, my point is, we should be attending more than once a week for any martial class. Anything less and we get promoted is merely an act of deceiving ourselves. This is very dangerous as it gives us false security.
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Agreed.
Last time when I practiced judo (back in college days),
I had to attend at least 3 classes (2 hrs each) every week in order to stay competitive.
I can really see the difference if I only practice once a week during exam time: my stamina and speed went down...
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Martial arts is like a pot of boiling water.
The moment you stop, it would cool down and take a lot of energy to heat it up again.

The more you learn, the more you realise that you know very little.
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QUOTE(ahsham @ Aug 24 2008, 02:24 AM)
Not sure about Sepang.
But if you don't mind travel a bit, there are Taekwondo and Kickboxing classes around Kajang area,
and a Choi Kwang Do class at Putrajaya.
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Are u gonna say tek kwan do instead of choi kwang do? Any website for that putraja classes? Thats the nearest. Kajang is too far for me. I search already but cannot find any info about martial art classes around sepang n nilai area. This is like a death city...
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hi guys..Is there any more pro boxing gym in kl? im interested in pro boxing..but mostly are kick boxing that can be found..no pro boxing gym ..sad :( ..

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Malaysia Aikido Association.
http://www.aikido-maa.com/

Dojo Locations
Location: http://www.aikido-maa.com/v2/dojo_directory.php (16 dojos throughout Malaysia)

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Kalari Payat classes
30 Jln Liku Bangsar
Tue and Thurs nights 8pm.
fees RM 60 per month.

pls call 012 6716500 for further details.
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Anyone here from hapkido? traditional Ju-juitsu? Silat? Just want to know their opinion regarding the arts. Im not taking martial arts yet but am deeply interested. Just dont know wat to take. One question, can u still train for flexibility at 19?
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You can also check out SMASH. They have Taekwondo and KixBxx. I'm currently in the KixBxx class, its kickboxing and suitable for ladies who wants some action and cut lots of calories. The class is always packed. So better book a place before you go. they have a blog. Its in PJ Kota Damansara, opposite Starbucks. smile.gif
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do u guys have the Hayashi-Ha karate-do club contacts? i used to join in secondary school. now lost contact d. want to polish my training. karat d.
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You can also check out SMASH. They have Taekwondo and KixBxx. I'm currently in the KixBxx class, its kickboxing and suitable for ladies who wants some action and cut lots of calories. The class is always packed. So better book a place before you go. they have a blog. Its in PJ Kota Damansara, opposite Starbucks.  smile.gif
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You can also check out SMASH. They have Taekwondo and KixBxx. I'm currently in the KixBxx class, its kickboxing and suitable for ladies who wants some action and cut lots of calories. The class is always packed. So better book a place before you go. they have a blog. Its in PJ Kota Damansara, opposite Starbucks.  smile.gif
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Just to update, KD MAC has changed their name to CRUSH Mixed Martial Arts. They now offer Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Aikido, Muay Thai (Chaiya Style), Wing Chun (HK Style), and Kyokushin Karate.
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taekwondo classes in penang.....holy shit.. is it so hard to find an adult classes for taekwondo here. Damm....are penang ppl all dead..... anybody have any idea on where i can find adult classes in penang island for taekwondo ??

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anyone got any information about Jak Othman kick boxing class? how much is the fee and how is the class? i tried to call them but couldn't reach..
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Where got Muay Thai & Jeet Kune Do classes?
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where can find krav maga?
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anyone got any information about Jak Othman kick boxing class? how much is the fee and how is the class? i tried to call them but couldn't reach..
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anyone know where i can learn Jun Fan Jeet Kune Do ?my location : damansara,petaling jaya,selangor
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There's no krav maga in peninsular malaysia. There was a seminar on krav maga a few months ago in Singapore.
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there's no jkd in malaysia. Preferably, you need do wingchun as a foundation before embarking on jkd. JKD concentrates on fighting skills with very little emphasis on self defence. Attack is the Best defence.
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Hi ,anyone learn wing chun in Crush MMU ? location at dataran sunway,kota damansara . If yes , is the lesson great ? the sifu's background ?is the sifu friendly and patience person ?
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QUOTE(wah chai @ Dec 26 2008, 12:01 PM)
Hi ,anyone learn wing chun in Crush MMU ? location at dataran sunway,kota damansara . If yes , is the lesson great ? the sifu's background ?is the sifu friendly and patience person ?
It's Crush MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) bro, not Crush MMU. tongue.gif

And from the name, why don't you consider taking BJJ or MMA classes instead of Wing Chun. The instructor is a world champion grappler.

More details here:

http://escobarbjj.blogspot.com/

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http://www.crushmma.com/

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QUOTE(surehit @ Dec 27 2008, 01:51 PM)
It's Crush MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) bro, not Crush MMU.  tongue.gif

And from the name, why don't you consider taking BJJ or MMA classes instead of Wing Chun. The instructor is a world champion grappler.

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hi bro,i have few reasons why i want learn wing chun.


1)i want learn jkd but in malaysia don't have jkd.wing chun it's basic of jkd so i learn lo.
2)crush mma it's the nearest martial arts center near my house
3)to me,i'm chinese so i must learn chinese martial arts
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If the wing chun instructor is still teaching at Crush, you can't go wrong learning from him. I heard he's wing chun lineage is the Hong Kong version, which is the one that Bruce Lee learned from Yip Man.
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If the wing chun instructor is still teaching at Crush, you can't go wrong learning from him. I heard he's wing chun lineage is the Hong Kong version, which is the one that Bruce Lee learned from Yip Man.
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cool ! sound great biggrin.gif rclxms.gif brows.gif icon_idea.gif rclxm9.gif icon_rolleyes.gif thumbup.gif
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QUOTE(wah chai @ Dec 28 2008, 01:14 AM)
cool ! sound great  biggrin.gif  rclxms.gif  brows.gif  icon_idea.gif  rclxm9.gif  icon_rolleyes.gif  thumbup.gif
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Hi wah chai, Have you try the Wing Chun at Crush MMA? Is the instructor teaching the Wing Chun there good?
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QUOTE(shadowdan @ Jan 7 2009, 01:43 PM)
Hi wah chai, Have you try the Wing Chun at Crush MMA? Is the instructor teaching the Wing Chun there good?
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Oh, cool. Most probably would go and check it out. By the way, how much is the cost of the class? And is there a lot of people learning in one class?
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Oh, cool. Most probably would go and check it out. By the way, how much is the cost of the class? And is there a lot of people learning in one class?
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1st month payment is registration fee rm50 + monthly fee rm140 so total is rm190.second month rm140 and so on.not more than 10 ppl.
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after the IP Man Movie, so many ppl wanna learn Wing Chun liao... lolx... dunno why?? If not wrong, founder of Wing Chun is the mother of Fong Sai Yuk... hahaha!!! U know the movie acted by Jet Li and Michelle Yeoh? No one talk about Wing Chun tat time...

Guys, make sure u choose a martial art that you really like and master it as your strong base... not only for 3 minutes... even MMAs fighter have their own specialized MA
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QUOTE(takeshi99 @ Jan 7 2009, 11:42 PM)
after the IP Man Movie, so many ppl wanna learn Wing Chun liao... lolx... dunno why?? If not wrong, founder of Wing Chun is the mother of Fong Sai Yuk... hahaha!!! U know the movie acted by Jet Li and Michelle Yeoh? No one talk about Wing Chun tat time...

Guys, make sure u choose a martial art that you really like and master it as your strong base... not only for 3 minutes... even MMAs fighter have their own specialized MA
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others maybe.i learn wing chun because the martial art center that i learning it's the nearest martial center near my house.i want learn chinese kungfu only and this martial arts center only have wing chun.i know wing chun it's history,happening and bruce lee also learn before so i choose wing chun lo.founder it's ng mui.

for more information , http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wing_chun
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oh like tat... then wish u all the best in learning wing chun... If u interested in Sanshou competition, hope to c u in competition (invite us to c) flex.gif Dun forget, Bruce Lee got big influences from Karate, he combine Wing Chun mostly with Karate techniques... During his times, Karate is really famous in US. If wanna be Bruce Lee, u nit to learn Karate also... just kidding... lol

My opinion, i alwaz think TKD, Karate, Muay Thai, Judo are the best combination...
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QUOTE(wah chai @ Jan 8 2009, 01:55 AM)
others maybe.i learn wing chun because the martial art center that i learning it's the nearest martial center near my house.i want learn chinese kungfu only and this martial arts center only have wing chun.i know wing chun it's history,happening and bruce lee also learn before so i choose wing chun lo.founder it's ng mui.

for more information , http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wing_chun
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Well as for me, since young I already love martial arts. During my primary days I had learn Taekwando and secondary school days I had learn Mantis style. So I kind of do not want to learn back the same thing again and come to think of it. I love Chinese Kung Fu more biggrin.gif. While now I just want to continue learning other form of Wushu which is Wing Chun which already quite popular before the Ip Man movie. Well I do admit that since watching Ip Man movie more or less it influence a bit blush.gif
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QUOTE(takeshi99 @ Jan 8 2009, 09:33 AM)
oh like tat... then wish u all the best in learning wing chun... If u interested in Sanshou competition, hope to c u in competition (invite us to c) flex.gif Dun forget, Bruce Lee got big influences from Karate, he combine Wing Chun mostly with Karate techniques... During his times, Karate is really famous in US. If wanna be Bruce Lee, u nit to learn Karate also... just kidding... lol

My opinion, i alwaz think TKD, Karate, Muay Thai, Judo are the best combination...
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the easy way,invite bruce lee's soul come in to my body.LOL tongue.gif
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the easy way,invite bruce lee's soul come in to my body.LOL  tongue.gif
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this is not martial art edi... tis is call "Siong Thung" edi... laugh.gif
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QUOTE(takeshi99 @ Jan 8 2009, 11:33 PM)
this is not martial art edi... tis is call "Siong Thung" edi... laugh.gif
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not siong san ? mean invite soul come to body. tongue.gif
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not siong san ? mean invite soul come to body.  tongue.gif
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"Siong San" is ghost simply enter ur body, "siong thung" is a ritual perform by medium to request specific spirit to enter ur body... in ur case to find Bruce Lee to enter ur body than its call "siong thung" hahaha
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QUOTE(takeshi99 @ Jan 9 2009, 01:38 PM)
"Siong San" is ghost simply enter ur body, "siong thung" is a ritual perform by medium to request specific spirit to enter ur body... in ur case to find Bruce Lee to enter ur body than its call "siong thung" hahaha
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oh i see.he died more than 30 years already.i think bruce lee already tao thoi and be another adult already  tongue.gif
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1st month payment is registration fee rm50 + monthly fee rm140 so total is rm190.second month rm140 and so on.not more than 10 ppl.
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so you oni take wing chun?MMA cost hw much arr?
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crushmma.googlepages.com
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yes,because there is no jeet kune do.which mma martial arts ? BJJ ?

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QUOTE(surfer89 @ Jan 16 2009, 12:37 AM)
owh,so is ta wing chun there good?im looking for wing chun or either kickboxing class,but dono which martial art is better.. hmm.gif
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bruce lee said " each styles of martial arts have pro and con . i don't agree that is the way chinese fighting or the way japanese fighting . We human only have 2 hands and 2 legs . Unless we have 3 hands or 4 legs then we will have different way of fighting . Styles....separate humans into a group.To me,there is no best martial art style , only best martial artist " smile.gif

p/s:choose which martial art style u like lo . i learning wing chun at crush mma,i learning jkd by books/videos and i learning nunchaku from books/videos

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QUOTE(wah chai @ Jan 16 2009, 02:38 AM)
bruce lee said " each styles of martial arts have pro and con . i don't agree that is the way chinese fighting or the way japanese fighting . We human only have 2 hands and 2 legs . Unless we have 3 hands or 4 legs then we will have different way of fighting . Styles....separate humans into a group.To me,there is no best martial art style , only best martial artist "  smile.gif

p/s:choose which martial art style u like lo . i learning wing chun at crush mma,i learning jkd by books/videos and i learning nunchaku from books/videos
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LOL.I just started abit only.my body and hand already abit bengkak tongue.gif
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QUOTE(wah chai @ Jan 16 2009, 02:38 AM)
bruce lee said " each styles of martial arts have pro and con . i don't agree that is the way chinese fighting or the way japanese fighting . We human only have 2 hands and 2 legs . Unless we have 3 hands or 4 legs then we will have different way of fighting . Styles....separate humans into a group.To me,there is no best martial art style , only best martial artist "  smile.gif

p/s:choose which martial art style u like lo . i learning wing chun at crush mma,i learning jkd by books/videos and i learning nunchaku from books/videos
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oic..ok..ey ta wing chun instructor in crush is from hong kong wan arr?n i heard tat wing chun and muay thai is mixed wan wo in crush..no mer?tat means u learn both wing chun and muay thai..
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QUOTE(surfer89 @ Jan 18 2009, 12:32 AM)
oic..ok..ey ta wing chun instructor in crush is from hong kong wan arr?n i heard tat wing chun and muay thai is mixed wan wo in crush..no mer?tat means u learn both wing chun and muay thai..
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the sifu is malaysian but he learn wing chun from hong kong.wing chun and muay thai it's not mixed in crush mma.just the t-shirt show "internatinal wing chun and muay thai".
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QUOTE(wah chai @ Jan 18 2009, 09:54 PM)
the sifu is malaysian but he learn wing chun from hong kong.wing chun and muay thai it's not mixed in crush mma.just the t-shirt show "internatinal wing chun and muay thai".
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oic..so do u get to kick or punch sand bags and stuff like tat?how many days u train in crush?
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oic..so do u get to kick or punch sand bags and stuff like tat?how many days u train in crush?
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sand bag,rubber human,target shield,punch bag and wooden dummy.4 days per week.i got children so i can't everydays go train. smile.gif . bro,i think u never learn martial arts before,right?

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QUOTE(wah chai @ Jan 19 2009, 01:08 AM)
sand bag,rubber human,target shield,punch bag and wooden dummy.4 days only.i got children so i can't everydays go train. smile.gif  . bro,i think u never learn martial arts before,right?
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Bro, u got children edi ar?!  I tot u still a brat... hahaha...
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Erm im very interested in learning how to use Nunchakus...
Recently, i've been working on the wrist-flip trick... It didn't turn out so well..
And so i'm wondering where could i get lessons on Nunchucks?? biggrin.gif
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Erm im very interested in learning how to use Nunchakus...
Recently, i've been working on the wrist-flip trick... It didn't turn out so well..
And so i'm wondering where could i get lessons on Nunchucks??  biggrin.gif
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no black belt BJJ holder in msia?
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no black belt BJJ holder in msia?
Hey man, do you know that in the old days, it takes about 10-15 years to earn a black belt in BJJ? A blue belt in BJJ takes about 3 years and it's considered the equivalent of a BB in other more popular MAs like TKD or Karate.

So till today, they are only a handful of black belts in BJJ compare to the millions of black belts from other MAs all over the world.

Having said this, there so happen to be a BJJ black belt in Malaysia, but he's not Malaysian.

Check this out: http://escobarbjj.com/bio.php and he now teach in http://www.crushmma.com/

BJJ is also available in:

KDTA: http://www.kdta.com (where I train)

and

Ding Martial Arts Studio PJ: http://pjjiujitsu.blogspot.com/

PM me if you need any more info. Cheers! icon_rolleyes.gif


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QUOTE(surehit @ Feb 12 2009, 11:58 PM)
Hey man, do you know that in the old days, it takes about 10-15 years to earn a black belt in BJJ? A blue belt in BJJ takes about 3 years and it's considered the equivalent of a BB in other more popular MAs like TKD or Karate.

So till today, they are only a handful of black belts in BJJ compare to the millions of black belts from other MAs all over the world.

Having said this, there so happen to be a BJJ black belt in Malaysia, but he's not Malaysian.

Check this out: http://escobarbjj.com/bio.php and he now teach in http://www.crushmma.com/

BJJ is also available in:

KDTA: http://www.kdta.com (where I train)

and

Ding Martial Arts Studio PJ: http://pjjiujitsu.blogspot.com/

PM me if you need any more info. Cheers!  icon_rolleyes.gif
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thanks 4 d info.. err... i alreayd check out their website earlier on... the so far highest is brown belt right?

might wanna pick up jujitsu to broaden my skills... already got amateur wrestling in hand...

heading to the states soon so maybe pick up here then learn more later...
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Actually, nowadays you probably could get a blue belt in BJJ after training for 1.5 - 2 years (2-3 times a week). Still, yeah, it's quite a long time to get to the 1st coloured belt. Fun (but sometimes frustrating) journey, though... tongue.gif

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Hey man, do you know that in the old days, it takes about 10-15 years to earn a black belt in BJJ? A blue belt in BJJ takes about 3 years and it's considered the equivalent of a BB in other more popular MAs like TKD or Karate.
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QUOTE(jurusilat @ Feb 13 2009, 10:18 PM)
Actually, nowadays you probably could get a blue belt in BJJ after training for 1.5 - 2 years (2-3 times a week). Still, yeah, it's quite a long time to get to the 1st coloured belt. Fun (but sometimes frustrating) journey, though... tongue.gif
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err... yea.. it is not easy.. but as for black.. with a purple/brown belt and u join accredated competitions u can get a black if u perform well...

i might be joining gracie barras' school when i go 2 d states... d school there only has a 1st degree bb prof.. i didnt know msia got a 2nd degree prof.. lol..

i think i might pick up in msia 1st before i go there.. thanks for d link ^^
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http://crushmma.googlepages.com/

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anyone know any kyokushin karate class in Petaling Jaya ?
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There's one in SS2 (same row as the PJ Speech & Drama school).

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anyone know any kyokushin karate class in Petaling Jaya ?
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eh wc, suddenly interested in Karate?
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haha.i also want learn leg combat and see is there any different with wing chun or jkd  biggrin.gif
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haha... c oni enuf?? of cos got diff lar... both diff MA...
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haha... c oni enuf?? of cos got diff lar... both diff MA...
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haha.i also want learn leg combat and see is there any different with wing chun or jkd  biggrin.gif
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Hwaaa!!! But Kyoukushin I would say is a bit different in their kumite style from some others. But, if you can survive real Kyoukushin, you will beat the crap out of anybody coz you don't fell no more pain biggrin.gif

There are a fair bit of Kyoukushin vids on youtube if you haven't seen them. Two well known non-Japanese guys are Andy Hug (may his soul rest in peace) and Francisco Filho.

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QUOTE(artemis348 @ Feb 26 2009, 05:36 PM)
Hwaaa!!! But Kyoukushin I would say is a bit different in their kumite style from some others. But, if you can survive real Kyoukushin, you will beat the crap out of anybody coz you don't fell no more pain  biggrin.gif

There are a fair bit of Kyoukushin vids on youtube if you haven't seen them. Two well known non-Japanese guys are Andy Hug (may his soul rest in peace) and Francisco Filho.
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i know . i waiting Crush MMA start kyokushin karate class then i join and learn smile.gif
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hmm.. crush mma is near the curve right? the bjj guy is still in brazil.. zzz
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hmm.. crush mma is near the curve right? the bjj guy is still in brazil.. zzz
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dunno why d hell they call sunway... lol.. totally off...
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hey... i tot of joining a martial arts class but dunno which to decide...i'm thinking of taking either karate or jujitsu but the problem is i'm already 20+ and i have no basics in anything...

which arts do you think is good for me, i want to learn self defence so that i can protect myself if necessary...dont want to punch people that much...just wanna protect myself without inflicting much damage, the less punch is better

please advice...
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errr.. 1st of all what do u want? just basic self defense? not competition? then ninjutsu lor
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QUOTE(7439926 @ Mar 1 2009, 07:06 PM)
hey... i tot of joining a martial arts class but dunno which to decide...i'm thinking of taking either karate or jujitsu but the problem is i'm already 20+ and i have no basics in anything...

which arts do you think is good for me, i want to learn self defence so that i can protect myself if necessary...dont want to punch people that much...just wanna protect myself without inflicting much damage, the less punch is better

please advice...
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trust me, go for Judo or Krav Maga... fast and simple. I think Karate n jujitsu not suit ur taste...
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QUOTE(7439926 @ Mar 1 2009, 07:06 PM)
hey... i tot of joining a martial arts class but dunno which to decide...i'm thinking of taking either karate or jujitsu but the problem is i'm already 20+ and i have no basics in anything...

which arts do you think is good for me, i want to learn self defence so that i can protect myself if necessary...dont want to punch people that much...just wanna protect myself without inflicting much damage, the less punch is better

please advice...
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Hi, Judoka here....since u doesnt like punching, i think grappling martial arts would suit u. Judo, Aikido...etc

What i can say is......it is nvr too late for anything.
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must cover all 3 areas mar..

striking, grappling and chin kak tactics
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around setapak jaya got any center to learn martial arts? rclxms.gif
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must cover all 3 areas mar..

striking, grappling and chin kak tactics
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haha....i dont think chin kak tactic need to learn from someone else. brows.gif
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haha....i dont think chin kak tactic need to learn from someone else.  brows.gif
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QUOTE(SeLrAhC @ Mar 1 2009, 08:06 PM)
errr.. 1st of all what do u want? just basic self defense? not competition? then ninjutsu lor
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trust me, go for Judo or Krav Maga... fast and simple. I think Karate n jujitsu not suit ur taste...
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Hi, Judoka here....since u doesnt like punching, i think grappling martial arts would suit u. Judo, Aikido...etc

What i can say is......it is nvr too late for anything.
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thanks for the advice....anyway which school is good for either judo or aikido? around kl area...i saw many for aikido but dunno which one to pick...
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see how qualified is the teacher, also how convenient to drive there.. n most important $$$$
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QUOTE(SeLrAhC @ Mar 3 2009, 04:11 PM)
eh.. u will be suprised how many chin kak tactics there are... can learn a lot from ninjutsu
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Groin attack, eyes poking, and wat else?? rolleyes.gif LOL.


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thanks for the advice....anyway which school is good for either judo or aikido? around kl area...i saw many for aikido but dunno which one to pick...
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I'm not sure about aikido.

Here's some info about judo in KL.

FEDERAL TERRITORY OF KUALA LUMPUR:
Judo Association of the Federal Territory (JAFT)
No. 1, Jalan Jaya Baru 3A
Taman Jaya, Cheras
56000 Kuala Lumpur

Tel/Fax:

03-9121762
Contact: Mr. Goh Thong Mong
Mr. David Goh – Tel: 013-3314699

Footnote: The JAFT may be considered the most active Judo club professionally run by 7th Dan Sensei and Mahaguru Mr. Goh Thong Mong and his son, David. The senior Sensei Goh has indeed devoted his whole life in the promotion of Judo, and runs many Judo clubs in schools, as well as the YMCA Judo club (Kuala Lumpur). Continuing in the tradition of his father, son David has help to set up the JAFT Judo Academy. Judo teams, both seniors and juniors from JAFT, have often emerged as champions in the annual National Judo Contest.

YMCA Judo Club
No. 95, Jalan Padang Belia
Brickfields
Kuala Lumpur
Tel:

03-9121762
Contact: Mr. David Goh
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actually the fastest way to down ur enemy is to break their bone just like wat Ip Man done... practice on how to handle breakable points of human... Just spread ur five fingers and start from on top of ur head to bottom/from shoulder to hand... Every five fingers measure are human weak points...
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Groin attack, eyes poking, and wat else??  rolleyes.gif  LOL.
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escaping from being lock... damn chin kak i see my friend use on me... i hold him with 2 hands he pinch my kuku sweat.gif

not those standard non-competition moves lar

QUOTE(takeshi99 @ Mar 4 2009, 02:48 PM)
actually the fastest way to down ur enemy is to break their bone just like wat Ip Man done... practice on how to handle breakable points of human... Just spread ur five fingers and start from on top of ur head to bottom/from shoulder to hand... Every five fingers measure are human weak points...
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that 1 requires a lot of conditioning... usually can be done with shaolin monks as well as i think it was taekwando right? those ppl everytime break wood 1

i believe with my bareknuckle i can break ppl's ribs with a direct punch now...

my hero in bone breaking using strikes..




Added on March 4, 2009, 5:41 pmif u dunno who he is... hes going to be marshall law in tekken d movie

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QUOTE(takeshi99 @ Mar 4 2009, 02:48 PM)
actually the fastest way to down ur enemy is to break their bone just like wat Ip Man done... practice on how to handle breakable points of human... Just spread ur five fingers and start from on top of ur head to bottom/from shoulder to hand... Every five fingers measure are human weak points...
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Wow, i never realized that these weak points are actually five fingers apart from each other.

The way Ip Man break bones is wicked.




Btw, how often do taekwando and karate train their grappling/throws techniques?
Becoz in Judo, we have none striking techniques. Striking in kata forms doesn't count. biggrin.gif

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u guys talking about 'dim mak'?

i m interested too.. but what r d points?
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u guys talking about 'dim mak'?

i m interested too.. but what r d points?
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not dim mak la... human body have weak points tat can be roughly measure using five fingers(spreading). Sud i say fatal points... 1 heavy punch on this points could bring fatality...

top of the head, nose, throat, diagfram (below chest), private parts, behind ur body also - ur back bones...


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escaping from being lock... damn chin kak i see my friend use on me... i hold him with 2 hands he pinch my kuku  sweat.gif

not those standard non-competition moves lar
that 1 requires a lot of conditioning... usually can be done with shaolin monks as well as i think it was taekwando right? those ppl everytime break wood 1

i believe with my bareknuckle i can break ppl's ribs with a direct punch now...

my hero in bone breaking using strikes..


Added on March 4, 2009, 5:41 pmif u dunno who he is... hes going to be marshall law in tekken d movie
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haha.. break wood??... TKD, we break bricks! hahaha... just kidding... of cos bare knuckle can easily break ribs... anyone who can break 2-3 pieces of woods definitely can break ribs... unless u think ur rib bones are more harder than the wood or really like bricks! lolx

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ohh...those places not counted ler... but chinese really pointed out a few areas where u can punch n causedmg.. pressure poioints or something like that

hahhaaha.. exhibition they always use wood... lol.. i punchwall, but havent break any yet XD

http://www.escobarbjj.com/blog/

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QUOTE(SeLrAhC @ Mar 5 2009, 03:44 PM)
ohh...those places not counted ler... but chinese really pointed out a few areas where u can punch n causedmg.. pressure poioints or something like that

hahhaaha.. exhibition they always use wood... lol.. i punchwall, but havent break any yet XD

http://www.escobarbjj.com/blog/

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Punchwall? cannotla... i oledi cracked my wall edi tongue.gif

nice bjj training... hmm wanted to go but expensive...
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waa... u so keng can crack wall.. u stay squatter ar?

any1 in TKD or karata that involves kicking?
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waa... u so keng can crack wall.. u stay squatter ar?

any1 in TKD or karata that involves kicking?
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haha... my developer use cheapskate bricks to build the wall... lol... just kiddin... tongue.gif

im in TKD lor...
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Break walls?
I doubt that. LOL.


I wanted to learn bjj too. My groundwork sucks. But it is expensive!
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QUOTE(takeshi99 @ Mar 6 2009, 09:07 AM)
haha... my developer use cheapskate bricks to build the wall... lol... just kiddin... tongue.gif

im in TKD lor...
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wanna ask ar... i know a lot of ppl learn TKD during their young age and they are require to do a lot of streching.. but if lets say some1 didnt do it when they were young n their bones/muscles are not so flexible, can they still do TKD kicks?

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Break walls?
I doubt that. LOL.
I wanted to learn bjj too. My groundwork sucks. But it is expensive!
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isnt d fees just like other martial arts?
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BJJ classes are around 100 per month? I'm not sure.

I'm curious. Charles...what martial art u learnt?
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QUOTE(JimBeam101 @ Mar 6 2009, 02:28 PM)
BJJ classes are around 100 per month? I'm not sure.

I'm curious. Charles...what martial art u learnt?
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no lor.. no martial arts ... thinking of picking up
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QUOTE(SeLrAhC @ Mar 6 2009, 01:04 PM)
wanna ask ar... i know a lot of ppl learn TKD during their young age and they are require to do a lot of streching.. but if lets say some1 didnt do it when they were young n their bones/muscles are not so flexible, can they still do TKD kicks?
isnt d fees just like other martial arts?
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Can... but which TKD kicks u refer to? of cos some very technical kicks u cant make it if u not flexible enuf... And will be disadvantage for u in sparring if u cant do high kicks which needed to hit head to get high points
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ohh... my kicks can reach d head ler.. but only my head height... anything more have to jump n kick d llor... i m only 5' 6"
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can reach head ok wat...if fight with tall people, hv to pandai-pandai la... but most of the time in TKD, IMO, back kick is the most lethal kick. Can easily knock out people during sparing.. dunno whether u all agreed or not??
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QUOTE(takeshi99 @ Mar 10 2009, 03:46 PM)
can reach head ok wat...if fight with tall people, hv to pandai-pandai la... but most of the time in TKD, IMO, back kick is the most lethal kick. Can easily knock out people during sparing.. dunno whether u all agreed or not??
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ermm... u mean spinning back kick? yea..must agree... because body's momentum is transfered into the kcik and also recoil wont push u back... unlike front kick... but errr... the back is exposed if u miss

so far i m trying to clip ppl's head during spinning front kick..but most pplr taller than me... so a bit hard... lol
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tats y MMA come into the picture... fall him down n lock him.. lolx
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here are some crazy tkd kicks... alth9ough against somce cacat opponent... i must say it looks good
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hi, anyone knows the registration fees and monthly fees for Wing Chun at CRUSH?


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hi, anyone knows the registration fees and monthly fees for Wing Chun at CRUSH?
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The registration fees is RM50(one time only) while the monthly fees is RM140. You can have 1st lesson free for try out to see whether you like the class or not. Perhaps would suggest you to try out the class first. thumbup.gif wink.gif
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I see a lot of commercialisation of martial art classes nowadays. Martial art of TKD, karate, judo, aikido, etc. can really make $$$ (no heart feeling, pls).

On the other hand, those from wushu lineages still in behind.

I'm not against expensive classes with quality, but how about those that lack of it (quality)?

Let's brainstorm!
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any taekwondo club in bangsar or pusat bandar damansara?
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bro, any idea whr can i learn arnis or any filipino martial arts? i'm staying near bangsar..
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Kali, escrima, arnis...

All basically the same.

Cool martial art.
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QUOTE(capt jack @ Mar 21 2009, 10:15 AM)
arnis is part of kali. arnis is more into double stick fight whr kali is a mixture of stick fight n bare hand. tats wat i undstn la... so any idea? i know tat wmc n in puchong some1 is teaching but d monthly fees is over budget la... if u got anywhr else, pls let me know.... luv tat art la...
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there is Arnis lessons in Damansara every Saturday.
I think you can find the website somewhere here in this forum.
It is under the gym of CRUSH MMA along with other martial arts.
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how to do all this huh?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bu8uGwB66c

wat kind of martial art is this?
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looks like wushu
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can I know is there any Kickboxing/BJJ gym around wangsa maju area? Thx alot.
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yeah, i m also looking for a kickboxing lesson around that area as well..

anyone can help?
or any place near setapak also can... thumbup.gif
or nearby putra lrt line area?
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the front page got what
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any BJJ class in Petaling jaya?

prefer near UIA.
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In PJ you have:

1. Crush MMA Kota Damansara -Brazilian black belt Marcos Escobar is teaching.

2. BJJ Training group at Ding's gym in Kelana Jaya, near KJ LRT station.

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prefer near UIA.
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Hey people!

I currently moved to KL from Kuching to further my studies, I've been thinking of getting into a martial art and personally, I think Muay Thai looks pretty impressive. and violent. tongue.gif

Could any of you recommend me some gyms or dojos for muay thai? It would be great if the gyms were around the PJ, Subang, Puchong or OUG areas. Oh yea. I'm looking for a gym that teaches traditional muay thai and not some McDojo that mixes all types of bollocks into kickboxing and calling it Muay Thai. thanks.

Btw, these are the only gyms i've come across over the internet. do you recommend these gyms? : )

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among those jak othman has d most credentials.... from my point of view

wat's UIA?
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anybody can tell me where to learn karate near taman oug,taman desa,bukit jalil,sri petaling?im 15


Added on March 29, 2009, 10:32 pmanybody can tell me where to learn karate near taman oug,taman desa,bukit jalil,sri petaling?im 15

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looks like wushu
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yup, but the kicks are incredible & sharp. wushu normally don't have high kicks, right?


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Jak Othman's gym over at Subang sounds pretty much..modified to suit female health freaks. =/

I'm looking for something authentic. Real muay thai. I wonder if he offers that over at the subang gym? If he does, it'll be awesome as my college's right nearby.
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QUOTE(frankzane @ Mar 29 2009, 10:32 PM)
yup, but the kicks are incredible & sharp. wushu normally don't have high kicks, right?


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UIA = Universiti Islam Antarabangsa at Gombak.
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why not... lol.. but remember wushu sport dotn involve combat msotly acrobatic moves

QUOTE(dayak_warrior @ Mar 29 2009, 11:36 PM)
Jak Othman's gym over at Subang sounds pretty much..modified to suit female health freaks. =/

I'm looking for something authentic. Real muay thai. I wonder if he offers that over at the subang gym? If he does, it'll be awesome as my college's right nearby.
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i think he got another 1 at seksyen 14...

u spa with d women acrobatic team n see... mayb they can fight leh XD
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Jak Othman's gym looks good. haha pass it by everyday after class but haven't really bothered to go in and check it out.

Anyone of you from his gym at Subang Jaya near taylors(above burger king)? How do you find it there? smile.gif
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har lou... any1 know where 2 get cheap bjj gi? and usually how much is a gi (doesnt have to be bjj)?
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You can get BJJ gis locally from Crush MMA or KDTA. Ranges from RM250-RM420 I think.

Otherwise you could go for judo gi, which the cheapest is around RM200.00.

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har lou... any1 know where 2 get cheap bjj gi? and usually how much is a gi (doesnt have to be bjj)?
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tq... any1 got other price ranges?

because cheapest in us is 120usd for kids.. adults is 140usd.. zzz
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Hey people!

I currently moved to KL from Kuching to further my studies, I've been thinking of getting into a martial art and personally, I think Muay Thai looks pretty impressive. and violent.  tongue.gif

Could any of you recommend me some gyms or dojos for muay thai? It would be great if the gyms were around the PJ, Subang, Puchong or OUG areas. Oh yea. I'm looking for a gym that teaches traditional muay thai and not some McDojo that mixes all types of bollocks into kickboxing and calling it Muay Thai. thanks.
From what I've heard, Boxx Warrior is the real deal, but they train pro-fighters, so u better be fit before you even start. As for Jak, I've heard they do a lot of padworks, less or no sparring. So it's up to you to judge what's good for you.

If you do like sparring, come to KDTA, see my links below. We have a very well structured MMA program called CMDP, where we incorporate boxing, kicking, clinching and grappling exactly like the way MMA figthers train. And we spar a lot. So if that's your cup of tea, come on over. FYI, Adam Kayoom (Malaysia's only pro MMA figther and current Muay Thai world champ) trains here whenever he's in the country.

I'm not sure how authentic is the local Muay Thai scene. Generally people go to Thailand to train real Muay Thai. Try checking with the local champ Bernard Radin, http://www.bernardradin.com/ or Boxx Warriors http://boxxtomoi.blogspot.com/

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Check out:

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tq... any1 got other price ranges?

because cheapest in us is 120usd for kids.. adults is 140usd.. zzz
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errr... gracie barra in alaska... http://www.graciebarrastore.com/products.php?catid=2

so exp.. zzzz
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errr... gracie barra in alaska... http://www.graciebarrastore.com/products.php?catid=2
so exp.. zzzz
Yo man, we have a lot of 2nd hand BJJ gi in our gym, around RM150-200. Pls PM me if you are interested.

I'm sure there are BJJ students around who wants to sell their old gi when they buy new ones.
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Why would you want to get gis from Gracie Barra?

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errr... gracie barra in alaska... http://www.graciebarrastore.com/products.php?catid=2

so exp.. zzzz
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err... u go can phillipines it is called kali
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U can learn via Oriental Martial Arts in Taman Segar, Cheras OR
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can i have more info on the oriental martial arts? schedule/fees/stuff... cuz i can't find any on the net...
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Hi Alone,

You won't be able to find info on the net about this place.
Its best that you are to visit this place. Otherwise, you may give them a call.

Oriental Martial Art - Shorin Ryu Karate

Courses Offered: Karate, Weapons (Eskrima, Bo, Tongfa, Sai)

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okay... i went there... and it was closed... lol... anyone here that goes there or has any other info? >.>;;
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same goes to me. tried calling but onli the fax answered. wanna learn sai
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Heya, I'm looking for a place to learn kickboxing. Did a bit of research and found out about TNT.

http://sg.<no spam links>.com/sg/Services/Post_Detail.../?PostID=127224
http://www.alloexpat.com/malaysia_expat_fo...sses-t4079.html

Just wondering, to those out there who might be practicing kickboxing in that center could help me explain everything from A-Z from the pricing, facilities, trainers and also class schedule.

Any other recommendation perhaps is also highly appreciated.

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anyone here noe where to learn thai kick boxing...?
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anyone here noe where to learn thai kick boxing...?
Just read Page 6 & 7 lar...

http://forum.lowyat.net/topic/767581/+140

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anywhere to learn crazy monkey defence xcept for bangsar, really far for me
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Bangsar is the only place in Klang Valley for CMD. Unless you are in Sarawak...

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I've been looking for Krav Maga classes in Klang Valley for over a year but to no avail sad.gif .
Not sure if it has anything to with its Israeli origin.
(Most of the Krav Maga masters are Israeli commandos, while Israeli with Israeli passsport still can't enter Malaysia unless he get special permission from Ministry of Home Affairs)

So far i know the nearest places that offer Krav Maga class are in Singapore and Thailand.

If you guys know any Krav Maga classes here please let me know.

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I've been looking for Krav Maga classes in Klang Valley for over a year but to no avail  sad.gif .
Not sure if it has anything to with its Israeli origin.
(Most of the Krav Maga masters are Israeli commandos, while Israeli with Israeli passsport still can't enter Malaysia unless he get special permission from Ministry of Home Affairs)

So far i know the nearest places that offer Krav Maga class are in Singapore and Thailand.

If you guys know any Krav Maga classes here please let me know.
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Hi AhSham,

It is surprise that somebody in Malaysia actually have interest with Krav Maga. Not much ppl in Malaysia actually know about this arts. Well you are lucky that my master happens to learn Krav Maga under an Israelites in Australia before. So if you are interested feel free to come over and have some chat with my master on Krav Maga arts. But my master primary arts is Wing Chun. His other secondary arts would be Muay Thai: Chaiya style and Krav Maga. We are located at Kota Damansara, The Strand. Just next to Crush MMA. wink.gif
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So there is a Krav Maga instructor in Malaysia after all.
Located in Kota Damansara - name of the studio/school?
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Does your master offer any Krav Maga class which is open to public (or private lesson)?
What's his class schedule at The Strand?

Actually i was thinking that if i can't find any Krav Maga class here,
I'll go to Thailand/Singapore for a 10-days Krav Maga intensive training trip on my next holiday tongue.gif


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Hi AhSham,

It is surprise that somebody in Malaysia actually have interest with Krav Maga. Not much ppl in Malaysia actually know about this arts. Well you are lucky that my master happens to learn Krav Maga under an Israelites in Australia before. So if you are interested feel free to come over and have some chat with my master on Krav Maga arts. But my master primary arts is Wing Chun. His other secondary arts would be Muay Thai: Chaiya style and Krav Maga. We are located at Kota Damansara, The Strand. Just next to Crush MMA.  wink.gif
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QUOTE(ahsham @ Jul 25 2009, 12:21 PM)
Does your master offer any Krav Maga class which is open to public (or private lesson)?
What's his class schedule at The Strand?

Actually i was thinking that if i can't find any Krav Maga class here,
I'll go to Thailand/Singapore for a 10-days Krav Maga intensive training trip on my next holiday tongue.gif
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Hi AhSham,

I have spoke with my master and I don't think he will want to have the lesson for Krav Maga class. As I only knew that, in Malaysia actually is prohibited to have this martial arts to be taught to the public. The reason as you know this martial arts is originated from Israel. So if he or anybody were to open a class, the Malaysia government may come and sapu to close the center cry.gif , That's why you will never find a Kraf Maga class in Malaysia. I am so sorry dude... sad.gif . But nevertheless I heard from my master said that Philippines has one of the best Krav Maga master available in Asia. If you are interested to go there, I can ask for more from him smile.gif

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I think most of the people came across the art "Krav Maga" from tv programmes like fight quest, etc.

Now you do know that there aren't any proper techniques in Krav Maga??!!
It's more on having a big heart.

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Hi AhSham,

I have spoke with my master and I don't think he will want to have the lesson for Krav Maga class. As I only knew that, in Malaysia actually is prohibited to have this martial arts to be taught to the public. The reason as you know this martial arts is originated from Israel. So if he or anybody were to open a class, the Malaysia government may come and sapu to close the center cry.gif , That's why you will never find a Kraf Maga class in Malaysia.  I am so sorry dude... sad.gif . But nevertheless I heard from my master said that Philippines has one of the best Krav Maga master available in Asia. If you are interested to go there, I can ask for more from him smile.gif
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Sad to hear that sad.gif
Perhaps your master can offer "Self-Defense" or "Combat Survival Skills" lessons but don't mention the name of "Krav Maga".
Then Malaysian government won't know about it~ tongue.gif

I think i'll stick to my Singapore/Thailand holiday boot camp plan tongue.gif
'cuz I'm more familiar with this two places.
I heard Singapore's Special forces also practice Krav Maga.

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Hi...any Boxing class to recommend in Penang? not muay thai not kick boxing..preferably the classic one...Thx.
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any girls here learn kick boxing? is it safe to go alone to those centers as a girl?
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Hey guys, I want to learn Judo and from page 1 there was 2 choices (or is there more) since I'm staying around TTDI which is Ding's Martial Art Gymnasium and SMASH. I would like to know which would be better in terms of distance. Does anyone practice in either one?
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Ding's Gym is quite near to TTDI. Fees are cheap too, and there are several black belts teaching.

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Hey guys, I want to learn Judo and from page 1 there was 2 choices (or is there more) since I'm staying around TTDI which is Ding's Martial Art Gymnasium and SMASH. I would like to know which would be better in terms of distance. Does anyone practice in either one?
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Ding's Gym is quite near to TTDI. Fees are cheap too, and there are several black belts teaching.
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Ok. I actually went there the previous Saturday and got a glimpse of it. Didn't go in as it was 5.30 already and the class was halfway conducting, a bit hak hei to go in. blush.gif Is 1 class a week enough for a month?
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I think twice a week would be better. Better still 3-4days. U dont get to train much in once a week, u will learn slower plus u would have to do other exercise to keep up physically.
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Hmmm....but Ding's Gym only conducts 1 lesson per week. So should I go enquire about SMASH instead?
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any BJJ or MMA class near nilai that i can go?
like kajang , bangsar etc etc?
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Bangsar=KDT Academy

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Hi guys, I wanna introduce a new Muay Thai class at Bangsar Sport Complex...

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it's every Saturday from 3 - 4 pm...


monthly fees is around Rm 80 (I'm not sure either)..

anyone interested just PM me...

I'm joining as well, but I got different price due to different circumstances...

just trying to help my master promote..;D
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Hi guys, I wanna introduce a new Muay Thai class at Bangsar Sport Complex...

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it's every Saturday from 3 - 4 pm...
monthly fees is around Rm 80 (I'm not sure either)..

anyone interested just PM me...

I'm joining as well, but I got different price due to different circumstances...

just trying to help my master promote..;D
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i m interested but ... 1 week once? too little to be called 'muay thai' in my opinion. perhaps its more to fitness kick boxing?
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hey people~

i'm currently desperately interested in learning aikido:)

any1 recommends any dojo near kota kemuning?..wel..prefer not too far~no transport sad.gif

i've learnt that there's 1 bfore in kota kemuning but closed down though..

so..any recommendations? tongue.gif

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any1 here noes...where can i find wing chun class...in perth?..cant seem to locate any...
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hey guys. any boxing gym in petaling jaya? I've came crossed Alex Boxing Gym @ ss2.is it good? if so.how much is the fee? & btw i haven't got any martial arts background as i would like to learn the sport of boxing from scratch biggrin.gif
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there are girls in Jak Othman's KB class..
and a number of them are well trained..
so if u like u could check him out...google him
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hey guys. any boxing gym in petaling jaya? I've came crossed  Alex Boxing Gym @ ss2.is it good? if so.how much is the fee? & btw i haven't got any martial arts background as i would like to learn the sport of boxing from scratch  biggrin.gif
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any place where i can learn wing chun or Jeet Kune Do ?
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I'm currently learning Muay Thai over at Boxxwarriors Ampang and I was wondering whether they're any western Boxing clubs in the PJ/KL area ? I'm interested in checking out western Boxing during my upcoming holidays. (:
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I would like to ask: is there any free martial art classes available in KL/Selangor?

I am not trying to be funny, or trying to compare between locations, its just that, here in Tokyo, there are several MA classes that are offered for free to anyone, most of the time done as volunteer groups (no hidden agendas or anything like that), and I've joined a couple of them.

Hopefully no one will misunderstood my question, thank you.
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Is there any types of Martial Arts classes in Taiping or the nearest?
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I would like to ask: is there any free martial art classes available in KL/Selangor?

I am not trying to be funny, or trying to compare between locations, its just that, here in Tokyo, there are several MA classes that are offered for free to anyone, most of the time done as volunteer groups (no hidden agendas or anything like that), and I've joined a couple of them.

Hopefully no one will misunderstood my question, thank you.
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HERE YOU GO: http://www.pickandpost.com.my/dsp_postitem...on=All&review=0

1) ITS TOTALLY FREE.
2) HE'S A WORLD CHAMPION!!!
3) HE TRAINED IN BRAZILIAN JIU JITSU, NINJITSU, KRAV MAGA, ETC... EVEN PROVIDE WEAPONS TRAINING SOME MORE... AND WEIGHT LIFTING AND BODY BUILDING ALSO IF STUDENT INTERESTED!
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I would like to ask: is there any free martial art classes available in KL/Selangor?

I am not trying to be funny, or trying to compare between locations, its just that, here in Tokyo, there are several MA classes that are offered for free to anyone, most of the time done as volunteer groups (no hidden agendas or anything like that), and I've joined a couple of them.

Hopefully no one will misunderstood my question, thank you.
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nod.gif ya ya ya
it's gonna be great for a real fighter to be trained there...
anyway i just found out 1 post over here... <below>

so, how is it now anyone have followed 'em, there?



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To all Tai Chi enthusiats. New classes have started:

Tai Chi Huang Malaysia (Kepong Branch)
SMK Taman Bukit Maluri, Kepong
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Tai Chi Huang Malaysia is under Rakan Muda.
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Who's teaching?

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Jeet Kune Do classes    Crush mma gym

http://crushmma.com.my/
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I'm staying at damansara, selangor and hoping 2 get some any jujiutsu lessons nearby.

P.S i'm a total amateur in martial arts
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why didnt answer me 1... how much is crush charging?

@ crushmma lar... zzz.. where do u stay? pm me..
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QUOTE(alaskanbunny @ Dec 8 2009, 12:50 AM)
why didnt answer me 1... how much is crush charging?

@ crushmma lar... zzz.. where do u stay? pm me..
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ss2 to kota damansara not too far....
i stay in kota damansara but practice in kepong.... laugh.gif


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aiks.. so far... nvm
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QUOTE(frankzane @ Dec 8 2009, 09:57 PM)
ss2 to kota damansara not too far....
i stay in kota damansara but practice in kepong.... laugh.gif


Added on December 8, 2009, 10:00 pm

which art do you wish to learn?
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bjj lor...

hayar.. dunnti jiujitsu la.. learn bjj only
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hayar.. dunnti jiujitsu la.. learn bjj only
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already say crushmma... kota damansara
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http://www.escobarbjj.com/blog/

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QUOTE(dayak_warrior @ Oct 12 2009, 10:34 PM)
I'm currently learning Muay Thai over at Boxxwarriors Ampang and I was wondering whether they're any western Boxing clubs in the PJ/KL area ? I'm interested in checking out western Boxing during my upcoming holidays. (:
You are welcome to try out our Crazy Monkey Defense Program in KDT Academy. More info here: http://www.kdta.com/cmd.html

It's old school boxing with clinch & standup grappling aka dirty boxing, as part of our MMA program. thumbup.gif

If you a beginner with no experience in any MA, then great for you - no need to unlearn any bad habits. icon_idea.gif




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