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Training at Evolve gym in Singapore

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Hello everyone,
I am considering spending a few days in Singapore after my Thailand trip and I was thinking of checking out the Evolve gym there so I am wondering if anyone here has been there before and what was your experience like.
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I've seen some youtube clips from some bloggers that looked like they had some good private sessions (Muay Thai Pros is one of the names I remember).

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I sent them an inquiry about how much it costs to do private sessions, drop-in classes, etc, and it is definitely a big contrast to what I am used to paying for my training in Thailand- $40 USD for a single drop-in group training class, 250 SGD (about $230 CAD) for 1 hour private session and there is a discount if you buy a pack of 5, 10, etc sessions...I completely understand that considering the caliber of their trainers, there would definitely be a higher price of the training, but for a broke amateur fighter that's a lot. They do offer $199 USD/week, $499 USD for 1 month and $1299 USD for 3 months of training, and their schedule is incredible, so many classes, I would seriously need live at that gym and do as many classes as I can, lol.

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Singapore is probably more costly than Thailand for a lot of things, but if you do get to go I hope you enjoy their class offerings!

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I've only seen their package being priced at USD instead of SGD and for us Canadians, we get rekt if its being converted to USD. The price is a little bit more compared to training in Thailand but wouldn't it be epic to be training with legends/famous fighters at Evolve?! If you do go, I'm sure you'll have so much fun. :) 

I wonder if you can pay for the class at the SGD rate though...because i'd prefer that lol


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