Posted On:6/18/2007 4:05pm
Style: Muay Thai
New Jersey's Premier Muay Thai School in a spacious 3,700 Sq Ft facility
Amenities include a full sized ring, Thai heavy bags, Strength training equipment, Open mat space, Changing rooms, bathrooms and Massage Therapy facilities. An experienced staff ensures that students of all skill levels feel comfortable in joining the current students.
This is not your typical Martial Arts school. They are in place to promote the benefits of Authentic Thai Boxing, physically and mentally. The school is run by certified personal trainers who understand what it takes to get you physically prepared in the safest, and fastest way possible. All training is done in accordance with scientifically proven principles. The trainers have experience with individuals of all levels, from the newest beginners to experienced athletes. You will be taught new techniques as fast as you can learn them.
Group classes meet 5 days per week. One-on-one personal training is also available for more individualized attention.
If you've got the will, they've got the way
Posted On:7/06/2007 11:28pm
Any chance you could tell us what the generation tuition is?
Originally Posted by Newb1
B) I could not beat a Judoka with Aikido. I could only beat an Aikidoka with Aikido. I thought that was understook.
Posted On:7/07/2007 12:04am
The tuition is $24 per session or $130 per month. There are also 3 month, 6 month, and full year packages. You can check the website for the price on those. Good luck.
Posted On:9/30/2008 12:47pm
Style: sil jeon do/muay tai
Ive been traing various forms of Martial arts for 6 years. I've found a home @ NJMT for the past 6 months the Staff is second to none and they really know their stuff. They will match whatever intensity you are looking for. Whether its to get in shape,feel confident in the street , or make the journey into the RING. They are capable of helping you surpass your goals. If you live in the area I definatly recommend stoping by!!!
Posted On:11/03/2008 12:43pm
Is this school in Lodi, NJ? I tried the website northjerseymuaythai.com but I'm pretty sure that wasn't it. I went to northjerseymuaythai.net and I got a website for a school in Lodi.
Posted On:11/03/2008 12:46pm
Yes it's in Lodi.
is badder than you
Posted On:11/03/2008 2:59pm
Ratings and You --- Read This Before Posting Your Review. - No BS Martial Arts
RATINGS: How Do Aliveness.....does your school look like this? - No BS Martial Arts
Please review the sticky threads in this forum and adjust your scores accordingly.
Originally Posted by Emevas
Downstreet on the flip-flop, timepants.
Posted On:11/03/2008 7:57pm
The website here is wrong. It is northjerseymuaythai.net
The ratings of this gym are accurate. The trainers and fighters always give you feedback how to improve and they are really cool people. Its a big njmt family.
Do you eat breakfast?
Posted On:11/04/2008 10:43am
Style: Kitty Pow Pow!!!
I am almost 100% positive the "striking instruction" doesn't warrant a 10 from looking at the list of instructors. This does look like a very nice gym, but please someone from the gym give a more objective review. The review section isn't just a place to advertise your school. Anyone reading this review should keep in mind that it's written by one of the staff members of this gym.
The fact that you don't have to sign up for a one year contract right off the bat is a big damn plus.
Last edited by Torakaka; 11/04/2008 10:46am at .
Posted On:11/04/2008 2:54pm
I am not affiliated with the gym. I train there. I was skeptical too before signing up but you cant criticize someone's ability to teach authentic muay thai from their name/website. The person who wrote the initial review is a fighter that trains at njmt. As for the striking, the instructors are very knowledgeable and you can see it from their fighters.
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