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    Default American in The Hague looking for kickboxing gym

    hello

    first off, i dont speak dutch at all, so hopefully people can understand me.

    I just arrived in the Hague and want to start kickboxining.

    what are the best gyms for kickboxing in the hague?

    I know Amsterdam has a bunch of gyms, but to get there from the hauge is expensive and I dont think i can take the train to do it when it costs 10 euro almost, one way.

    hopefully someone can help

    thanks
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    thanks

    i was looking at Kamakura.

    have you been there? is it a good gym? what can you say about it?

    is it the best place to train in the hague or are there other places that are really good too


    thanks a lot, appreciate it

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    It's a good gym, they train very hard (literaly)
    I know some of them and a friend of mine also trained there in the past.

    Good Luck

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    At this moment the best gym in the Hague is TB[thai boxing] Den Haag. They have the most a,b,c fighters in the Hague.

    http://www.tbdenhaag.nl/nieuws.html

    You can train in the night but also in the morning. the shedule in the morning is.

    monday: 10 till 12

    wednesday: 10 till 12

    friday: 10 till 12

    the evening are same days you can train then from 18:00 till 19:30 and from 19:30 till 21:00.

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    Kamakura isnt that one owned by Gerard Gordeaux? The guy that blinded Yuki Nakai for life?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Briant View Post
    Kamakura isnt that one owned by Gerard Gordeaux? The guy that blinded Yuki Nakai for life?
    And your point is? Does that effect the quality of the training? They don't train people to poke in eyes of their opponent.
    Please stay on topic Briant

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    Shaolin Ryu at Beeklaan. Before i moved to another city, i used to train there. At the time, it was a very hard training. They also train MMA and they have a great heavy bag workout. There is also a boxing/kickboxing school at Brouwersgracht called Houwaart. I dont know much about them, but maybe it's worth a try.
    We zien wel!

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    are these gyms the type of place someone can go without any kickboxing background???


    i have boxing experience but not kickboxing, are they still a good fit?


    thanks

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    I recommend Thaibox Den Haag, friend of mine started out there with no kickboxing experience and in about a year he's pretty much fight-ready.

    Shaolin, Kamakura, Fightclub070(Didn't hear a lot of good things about this one), dragon gym etc are also pretty decent gyms.

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    If you live near Zoetermeer, come to Thaigym! Seems you are a novice and we have several startergroups 3 days a week? WWW.thaigym.nl

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