Toronto Kickboxing & Muay Thai Academy

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1992 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON M4S 1Z7 1992 Yonge Street, Toronto Directions
+16473914536
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Report | a month ago
Very welcoming environment
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Be prepared for a good workout! It's a lot of fun!
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Report | 2 months ago
Bring a towel. So much sweating...
Report | 4 months ago
TKMT head instructor Amnat Yodkwain is fraudulent, lied about fight history and credentials: http://www.mixedmartialarts.com/thread/2116137/TKMT-instructor-a-complete-fraud/?&page=1
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Report | a year ago
Friendly, welcoming environment. Fun and challenging work out!
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Report | a year ago
It wasn't bad, but there were a few things I disliked. There was only one instructor to teach a class that had two groups, beginners and non beginners. This didn't give me a beginner any time to ask questions or concerns I had. The music was playing when the instructor was talking and people were not able to hear the instructor. This happened at the uptown location.
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Report | a year ago
Try to be in moderate shape before your first time, and be well stretched. You'll enjoy yourself more
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Report | a year ago
Very good class and extreme fitness
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Report | a year ago
You may want to purchase your own boxing gloves. Also make sure youve eaten enough before you start you want to have enough energy and bring a big bottle of water or G2
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I recommend it
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In 2004, Warren Lee was a high-school teacher by day and a muay thai kickboxing private trainer on the side. But demand for his private lessons grew, and eventually the one-man business blossomed into a full-time combat-fitness business. Today, Lee runs Toronto Kickboxing & Muay Thai (TKMT) Academy at three locations, all of which provide friendly atmospheres for students to work up a sweat, shed stress, and learn self-defense. The staff credits its unintimidating and professional attitude with helping to draw an almost even split of male and female students—a rarity in martial-arts gyms.

All three locations feature pristine facilities and include men's and women's changing rooms and individual showers, as well as a boxing ring, grappling mats, thai pads, heavy bags, and an assortment of training equipment. The staff of committed instructors includes Ajahn Amnat Yodkwain, a former professional fighter and muay thai master who has trained in Thailand's combative arts since the age of 7. All of the academy's instructors possess CPR and first-aid certification and participate regularly in professional development. In order to join the team, they must also pass a series of rigorous tests designed to challenge their skills in muay thai, general fitness, and kicking cookie jars off the top shelf.

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