Culture is about more than just eating food. Muay Thai is very much a part of Thai culture and a major sport in Thailand. Matt Gohr will put you through a high-intensity kickboxing class. Don't worry, there will be no sparring because Title Boxing has a strict no sparring rule. You will only be punching the bag. In addition punching the bag, there is a 15 minute warm-up before the kickboxing and 15 minutes of abs and stretch after. The kickboxing consists of 8 rounds of 3 minutes with 1 minute active recovery between rounds. Make sure to bring a water bottle, wear comfortable clothing for exercise, and if you have them, bring hand-wraps and boxing gloves. If you do not have them, the gym can provide gloves to borrow. The class starts at 7:30 PM, but try to come at 7:15 PM or earlier so you have enough time to get your hand-wraps on before the class. You will not put your gloves on in the begging of class for the warm-up, but you will put your hand-wraps on. We will be doing warm-ups. After warming-up, then we will put gloves on.
Assuming that you are not already a member of Title Boxing already, let the front desk know that Bharat referred you. If you have trouble reaching the gym, you can call them at[masked]-5492. If the line happens to be busy, you can call my cell phone at[masked]-4610.
This class is free, but we are asking for donations to a charity organization called Go Eat Give. Go Eat Give is a great organization that does voluntourism trips to other countries and also has social networking events with food from different countries. For more information about the organization, check out the website.
There is no obligation to join the gym if you do take this class. However, as a member for months, I have seen great results from my membership. I have been a member of many gyms such as LA Fitness, World's Gym, Lifetime Fitness, Fitness Expecations, and YMCA. Title Boxing is without a doubt the best gym I have been to.