Looking for a dynamic fitness regime to kickstart your new year resolutions? Fight Zone, a Muay Thai gym in Singapore, could be the answer, as it offers the perfect balance of a Muay Thai class and HIIT training workout. This gym not only hones self-defence skills but also sculpts the body – all in a 30-minute workout! Whether you’re a seasoned martial artist or a newcomer, the innovative quick training concept incorporates a heart-rate based system to monitor training in real-time and push you within your limits. We chat to Jo, fitness manager of Fight Zone, to find out what sets this unique gym apart.
A combination of a HIIT training workout and Muay Thai training in Singapore
#1 Flexible classes
There’s no such thing as being late for a Fight Zone class, nor will you need to pre-book your Muay Thai class. Fight Zone’s unique model means that you’ll only start Muay Thai training once you’re ready. There are no set class times to send you into a spin!
#2 Quick training concept
Thirty minutes a few times a week is all you need to achieve your fitness goals, making it ideal for time-strapped employees and busy parents. The exercises for the HIIT and Muay Thai training will change daily too, so boredom is one barrier you won’t need to worry about.
#3 Body transformation
Each jab, cross and knee strike will bring you closer to reaching your new year’s resolutions, whether that’s to lose weight, build your strength and agility or simply improve your overall wellbeing. “I’ve lost one to two kilograms a month and around nine to 10 kilograms in total. I’m very happy with my weight loss and I feel stronger and my cardio fitness is better,” says secondary school teacher Jack about his Muay Thai and HIIT training workouts at Fight Zone.
#4 Personalised Muay Thai training in Singapore
Say goodbye to traditional workout routines. During your class, trained instructors will be on hand to encourage you to work harder according to your heart rate on the screen and guide you through the workout. You can also book a one-on-one session in the gym to learn and refine new Muay Thai techniques.
#5 Wearable technology
With a focus on rewarding effort rather than speed, cadence or weight lifted, members can control the sweat work they put in. This means people with different fitness levels can thrive. (And the effort exerted by a beginner could even be comparable to that of an elite athlete!)
#6 Kids’ Muay Thai training in Singapore
Looking for Muay Thai training in Singapore for your little warriors? Children of all skill levels can join in the fun at Fight Zone with weekly group classes, one-on-one private classes and holiday camps for children aged six to 11 years old. With every kick, punch and block, they’ll develop flexibility and agility, build strength and confidence and have heaps of fun. Want to see if your child is a next-gen Muay Thai enthusiast? Sign them up for a free trial class.
Hear from a client:
“Besides the convenience – the location in Suntec City is five minutes away from my work – I love the flexibility here. I can get a full workout done within 30 minutes so I can do it either in the morning, during lunchtime or in the evening, depending on my schedule. Before coming to Fight Zone, my health was a mess. I didn’t have enough energy. I was sluggish every day and felt very sleepy – but then after coming to Fight Zone my energy picked up and I saw a tremendous improvement in my health.” – Jerry Tso
AMK Hub, Suntec City, Velocity and Tai Seng
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