Two New Kru’s!

‘Kru’ is Thai for teacher. In Thai culture, teachers are held in high esteem. They are celebrated on Wai Kru day where students perform a ritual to show respect to their teachers.

In the 12 years that Chao Phraya Lincoln has been open to the public, there have only been 4 students that have achieved the Kru grade. Paul (Staffy) and Darren have clocked up 15 years of experience between them and have shown Steve, Brian and I that they have the knowledge and ability to teach others.

I am very proud to lead the Chao Phraya Muay Thai academy and alongside Kru Steve, Brian, Paul (Staffy) and Darren we will provide an even better place to learn the amazing art of Muay Thai. We have built a very special and diverse community that forges warriors while making everyone feel welcome.

Chok dee (good luck) Staffy and Darren.

Leigh

Martial arts for all

Muay Thai, also known as the science and art eight limbs is an ancient martial art that has been allowed to evolve over the years to become one of the most effective unarmed combat systems in existence. The art brings huge physical and spiritual benefits to all practitioners. Muay Thai students experience massive improvements in fitness and strength, better co-ordination and improved mental well-being.

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Bad Company Gym – Review

www.badcompany.co.uk

Bad Company Gym just off York Road in Leeds was founded in 1993. It has since become one of the biggest and most successful gyms in the UK, winning numerous awards along the way.

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Prevent Muay Thai injuries

Preventing Muay Thai injuries – By Paul Stafford

I have been training in Muay Thai for more than 7 years now and absolutely in love with Thai Boxing. Unfortunately for me though in the later years of my sport, has not been so kind on my body. Although one thing you will notice if you train in the sport, that not a training session goes by where your not injury free!

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Protein Pancakes

Calories 269

Print Recipe
Protein Pancakes
Course Breakfast
Prep Time 5
Cook Time 5
Servings
Ingredients
Course Breakfast
Prep Time 5
Cook Time 5
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Blend all the ingredients until a batter forms. Pour into a hot pan.
  2. Flip when the edges start browning.
  3. Serve with a tablespoon of natural peanut butter or honey.
Recipe Notes
  • Total Fat 3 g
  • Total Carbs 23 g
  • Protein 35 g