Roar Combat League

Saturday 31st March 2018

Professional Muay Thai

Ces Pearson (Chao Phray – Lincoln) Vs Sarah Whittaker (Reaper Gym)

Liam Brown (Chao Phray – Lincoln) Vs Aaron Whitman (Read Diamond)

Tickets are £30 and available from our fighters Ces Pearson & Liam Brown.

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NEW 2018 OPENING TIMES!

NEW 2018 OPENING TIMES!

We are now open 7 days a week!!

MONDAY (STRENGTH & CONDITIONING) 6:00PM – 8:00PM
TUESDAY (MUAY THAI – KID’S) 6:30PM – 7:15PM
TUESDAY (MUAY THAI -ADULTS) 7:30PM – 9:00PM
WEDNESDAY (BOXING) 6:30PM – 8:00PM
THURSDAY (MUAY THAI – KID’S) 6:30PM – 7:15PM
THURSDAY (MUAY THAI – ADULTS) 7:30PM – 9:00PM
FRIDAY (FIGHTCLUB) 6:30PM – 7:30PM
SATURDAY (BOXING) 10:00AM – 12:00PM
SUNDAY (MUAY THAI – ADULTS) 6:00PM – 7:30PM
SUNDAY (MUAY THAI – SPARRING) 7:30PM – 8:30PM

Fancy an adventure of a lifetime?

Fancy an adventure of a lifetime?

A BIG ‘NEW’ BBC1 TV SERIES NEEDS YOU!!

Do you want to take part in the adventure of a lifetime, and win a life changing sum of money fro you and your family?

Electric Ray are looking for couples who are determined, up for an adventure, and know each other inside out…

Weather you’re married, or civil partners, a couple in a loving relationship, a parent and child or siblings – we want to hear from you.

Whilst one of you will stay in the UK, the other person must be prepared to compete in physically and mentally challenging tasks around the world!

We want to hear from all types of people and age range so please apply now.

Call on: 0207 533 1527
Email: casting@electicray.com

All applicants must be 18 years and over, must be a UK resident and will need to be available for filming at the beginning of 2015.

GET IN TOUCH NOW

Adventure

5 steps to better club hygiene

Nobody has ever accused gyms and clubs of being clean enough to eat off the floor. But that’s no excuse to let your guard down…

CLUB HYGIENE: Follow these rules to help you keep from catching-or spreading germs!!

To get the dirt on what goes on at clubs and gyms, the firm surveyed 2,000 people. The gym sins they discovered: 74 percent of people polled said they had noticed that their fellow gym-goers committed a gym faux pas, like failing to wipe down sweaty equipment; 49 percent admitted to having used water bottles, towels, and toiletries that weren’t actually theirs; 18 percent had gone to the gym despite being sick and coughing and sneezing; and 16 percent said they didn’t wash their gym clothes between workouts.

Tip 1 – Control Offensive Body Odor

Exercising makes you sweat and perspiration causes body odor. Additionally many gyms and clubs are crowded and you in many cases will be working out in close proximity and touching other members. Do everyone a favor and come to the club showered and wear effective deodorant. Smelling good is great however don’t take this to an extreme. You are not going out to a club, so do NOT douse yourself with cologne; overcompensation can be just as unpleasant for fellow members.

Tip 2 – Clean Your Gear

Dirty, dark, moist gym bags are great for fungi – they’ll grow just fine in the interior, There are several ways to avoid contaminating your gym bag: Put your dirty clothes in a plastic bag, take them out, and empty the plastic bag right into the washing machine.

Tip 3 – Buy a Better Bottle

Plastic water bottles tend to hold bacteria if you don’t clean them properly. The only ones you can be sure of are metal. To clean it properly, just wash it in hot, soapy water. Also, keep an eye on your bottle to make sure someone (like nearly half of the people in the survey!) doesn’t sneak a sip while you aren’t paying attention.

Tip 4 – Wipe, Wash, Repeat

Whether you decide to constantly wipe down the equipment, or cleanse your own hands, or a combination of the two, keeping your hands clean can help make sure gym germs don’t do any damage. “Keep your own little area organized and hygienic, and you’re going to be protected. After using each set of weights, bag, pads or gloves use the hand sanitizer and wipes that should be provided by your gym to keep germs at bay.

Tip 5 – Take a Rest Day

Don’t go to the gym if you have a really bad cold and you’re sneezing and your nose is running. Also, if you have open wounds, you might want to stay away from the club that day to avoid infection, or infecting anything you might touch while you’re training or sparring.

A figher washes after his fight at Rajadumnern stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.

Thai Boxing Charity Match

Thai Boxing Charity Match

Bank Holiday Monday 25th August 2014

In conjunction with the Wat Mahathat Summer Festival

Kings Bromley Showground, Crawley Lane, Kings Bromley, Nr Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire. DE13 7JF

All proceeds will be donated to the Orphanages in Thailand and the Thai Temple.

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Fight card

(Subject to confirmation & changes)

Junior:
35kg Dylan Hill, Riches Gym vs Stoke Thaiboxi…ng,
Novice:
58kg Pok Steele, Stoke Thaiboxing vs Sam Hyde, Chao Phraya Lincoln
75kg Michal Srzpulski, 8 Limbs Muay Thai vs Ahtef Saddiq, OMAA,
Ladies:
60kg Aman Maan, Firewalkers vs Sandra Delpech, KO Gym
C Class:
53-54kg Bart Tweed, Liams Gym vs Suki Singh, Firewalkers,
65kg Luke Iwankiw, Chao Phraya Lincoln vs Jeet Steele, Stoke Thaiboxing,
70kg Bradley Townley, Firewalkers vs Gurprem Daudhaur, OMAA
74kg Ryan Davidson, Richies Gym vs Kieron Hussain, OMAA

Currently looking for fighters to match the following:
Novice 65-68kg 0F
Novice 94kg 0F
C Class 64kg 5F; 65-70 various experiences; 72-88kg various experiences
Female fighters: 52kg Novice or 1st C Class; 55kg 3F & 70kg 6F

If anyone knows of any fighters still interested to compete at this Charity Boxing Fight please contact:

Christine on 07734 053522 or email: crirom@live.co.uk
ParnPetch Rirom on 07511 642168 or send messages to us both on Facebook.

Thank you…