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Team Quest Thailand, Chiang Mai
(4.3/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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  • I Went here for a 1 to 1 with the trainer Tiger. I am new to muay thai but he made it easy to understand and it was a great experience. Everyone at the gym was smiling and being freindly which helps a...  more »
  • Team Quest has created a great environment for learning and getting into great shape, and is accommodating for fighters of all experience levels! The Muay Thai classes offer a lot of one-on-one time w...  more »
  • Definitely worth it. Premium/VIP seats are 600 vs 400 for normal seats but during the first fights they're definitely worth it. The fighter are respectful and fight to the end (which was not the case ...  more »
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  • Really awesome bjj classes and excellent chilled vibe. Teachers will help regardless of your skill level. On the MT side, Kru ni very intent on making sure your technique is perfect. No egos here!
  • Great group of guys who are very passionate about teaching Muay Thai. I was in Chiang Mai for a few days and promised myself that I would try take classes to experience Muay Thai in Thailand. The training is top notch, instructors are very friendly. The videos (YouTube) states that they have new gear for students to use since they are sponsored by Fairtex. However, there was no new gear in site, except the one they were selling. The gear and wraps that were lent to me where falling apart. Guess the training made up for the non-new-falling-apart-gear.
  • Really mixed feelings about my week long stay with Team Quest, Pros: trainers were great, generally good atmosphere, good location Cons: terribly organised/disinterested management... emailed well in advance to say when I would be arriving and received a reply saying that was fine etc... when I did arrive I had no access to my room and the manager was no where to be found/couldn't be contacted. It was only be chance that someone else's key managed to unlock an empty room (which I stayed in that night), then I spent the first night without linen. When the manager arrived the next day there was no apology or acknowledgement of what had happened, just a disinterested and vague dialogue about how it was "okay" for me to stay in that room. Also worth noting, their website and youtube clips suggest they have new and/or well maintained equipment for students to use, because I was travelling light I didn't bring gloves and they didn't have a single pair that were in usable condition - I really should have either bought gloves from their store or just forked out for extra luggage and brought my own with me. But either way I was pretty pissed off that they advertise being well equipped and having equipment for students to use when they don't. Summary: My little rant aside the actual training was great, and overall I enjoyed my time in Chiang Mai. Just very disappointed by the complete lack of basic courtesy or customer service shown by management.
  • I just got back from Team Quest Thailand and it was an amazing experience. Through out my last year I was working full time and my stress level was through the roof. I didn't really know how to handle my stress but I knew I needed to have a holiday vacation. I was told about Team Quest Thailand from a friend that trained here last year and he told me it's the perfect place to go relax and forget about lifes problems. I was really nervous when I arrived because I have never trained Muay Thai before but that quickly went away. All the trainers and staff were super welcoming and took me under their wing. I got to work with Kru Ping mostly and I can tell you from experience he is the MAN! He taught me so many cool techniques and I am happy with how I progressed in my month training here. I think the thing I enjoyed the most about training here was that everyone was a very close group, it felt like an extended family. I really enjoyed that they took me out for dinner and that I got to hang out with a lot of the staff outside of training. We did alot of activities together like visiting waterfalls, swimming at the lake, going into the jungle on trekks. The very first night I arrived they invited me out for dinner and it made meeting everyone very easy. I thnk this helped me enjoy the whole experience better because after the first day everyone felt like a friend already.
  • It is my second time at Team Quest and even if they got new traines since last year and changed the schedule also, I still really like it here. Somewhere on their website it says "The best from the west meet the beasts from the east" and that´s pretty much it. They mix up the typical Thai style way of Muay Thai training with the western methods of MMA training. The Muay Thai classes start with a warm-up, whether rope skipping or running but it´s basically up to you what you do. If you want to you can simply go out for a run with others, do rope skipping together or do your own warm-up. Most of the time there is stretching under the instruction of one of the trainers afterwards, followed by bag- and padwork and finally sparring or technique drills. Sometimes the class is more focussed on technique, sometimes it includes circle training or sprints and sometimes it´s a lot of sparring - depends on the mood of the trainers I guess. While all the Muay Thai trainers are from Thailand, the Grappling and MMA coach is from the US and does more western style classes, with many partner drills focussing on the technique and correct movement while walking around and correcting you. The MMA training isn´t missing any part of the game: The classes break up MMA to the different parts of the game and bring it together again. This includes sessions in which you do boxing, ground and pound, takedowns or clinching only and then classes where you learn to mix it up. What I really didn´t expect when coming to Thailand was that I would improve my boxing, but the just-boxing classes worked very well. You can stay at the gym or if you want to stay longer there are bunch of flats for rent in the area around. I can absolutely recommend Team Quest for MMA, Grappling and Muay Thai training.