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Returning to Thailand

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I am planning on going back to Thailand in October for approx 3-6 months. Because I won't be there longer than that, I have been considering a few different options. I am torn between bouncing between gyms (potentially in BKK, Chiang Mai, and maybe Hua Hin) about once a month or just picking one a gym in BKK/Chiang Mai and sticking it out. Where it gets a little bit more difficult is that I also know a trainer in BKK from my old gym who now has his own place which he just opened. He is the only trainer there and I am thinking I might be able to get all one on one sessions with him for a really good price (plus I would like to help him out). The only problem is that it is in the middle of nowhere BKK and quite far from the BTS/MRT. 

What do you guys think? Bounce between gyms, pick a gym, or try and swing a deal for private sessions?

I'm prob beginner/intermediate level and have a few gyms in mind to train at (MTM Academy, Attachai, Santai, Hongthong, Sitmonchai, Namsaknoi, and Sitjaopho in no particular order). Anyone with recent experience anywhere they loved?



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BKK: Chacrit Muay Thai is a 2-minute walk from Phrom Phong BTS on Suk 39. Privates cost 800 baht per session or 6000 for 15 sessions. 

CM: Lanna is a solid deal @ 500 baht per private session. Though I really enjoyed training at Hongthong as well (I think it was 600 for "junior" trainers or 900 for Gen/Joe).

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