KO Muay Thai Gym - Kickboxing - Thai Boxing - London UK

KO Central Tel: 020 7265 9693

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Intro Level classes are for complete beginners to Muay Thai, you may be completely unfit, hell you may even not be able to run for a bus! We take you through the basics of Muay Thai concentrating on shape and balance, teaching you the basic strikes using elbows, knees, hands and kicks. We up your fitness levels by working on skipping, warm up drills and basic conditioning. After a few months in the intro class you will be ready to continue your adventure in Muay Thai.

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Having moved up from the Intro level or having Muay Thai experience in another club you will now be in the General level. Your fitness will have improved and training becomes more rigorous. We introduce more complex combinations on the pads and technical work introduces the clinch and elbow techniques. In the general level you can start sparring for competition or technical competence. By the end of your spell in the General level you may even compete in the ring in an Interclub match to get a taste of life in the ring.

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Intermediate and Fighters

For advanced and experienced people who train and fight Muay Thai. In the intermediate/fighters level everything should come natural. You may be competing or on a path to become a trainer or coach. Training is very tough with 100 sit-ups and press ups the norm, followed by 100 kicks per leg on the bag. This is the real deal. The fighter classes are strictly invitation only and happen in the mornings at 9:30am in East London.

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Telegraph newspaper goes to KO

Telegraph KOAn interesting article at the Telegraph Newspaper, we put one of their journalists through his paces with World Champion Amanda Kelly and Kru Richmond Annan in East London.

'Don’t leave the gym without telling me, or I’ll think you’re being sick somewhere.” With these words, Rich Annan, our 28-year-old Thai boxing instructor, formally declares the class open.

We begin with some stretches. This is the beginners’ class at the KO Gym in Bethnal Green, east London, and we are a motley crew. There is a small and very serious woman; a cheery Swiss student; an overweight young man with a cold; a stressed-out-looking lawyer; and me, a less-fit-than-he-thought Telegraph writer.

This lack of fitness soon becomes apparent. After the stretches, we move on to strength building: press-ups, squats, and lunges. These are standard exercises but they are given a new meaning by the boxing gloves and pads piled in the corner, the punchbags along the wall, and the boxing ring on the other side of the room.

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  • NO NEED TO BOOK, just turn up
  • You need to wear LOOSE FITTING CLOTHES, no kit required at first, you can borrow equipment at the gym
  • PRICES - Central London 
  • TIMES -  Central London
  • If you have not been to a Thai Boxing class before, you must go to an INTRO CLASS, otherwise please consult a trainer.
  • We do not do contracts or direct debits. You can pay monthly by card or cash; or PAYG

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Boxing classes available, including bag work, pad work, partner drills, conditioning and supervised sparring.



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Book 5 sessions get £5.00 off per session.

Book 10 sessions get £10.00 off per session.

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