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CrossFit Chiang Mai

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CrossFit Chiang Mai

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48/1 Chiang Mai-Lampang Road (Superhighway), Chiang Mai 50300 Thailand
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Enjoy a private tour of the natural and cultural highlights of Chiang Mai. Ideal for busy travelers who don’t want to waste time navigating public transportation or waiting on other tourists, this trip includes private transportation to attractions such as Wat Phra That Doi Suthep Temple and the Bua Tong (Sticky) Waterfall. Plus, enjoy a local lunch and learn about the surroundings from your guide.
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Isaac S wrote a review Sep 2020
2 contributions1 helpful vote
me: I own a home gym and deadlift 405. I’ve also done MMA for about a year. I visited this box with the goal of learning Olympic lifts, and also to see what their `hitt` workouts were all about. Their introduction 1-on-1 technique lesson was FANTASTIC. I discovered a lot of little things I couldn’t pick up from online tutorials. This alone made the membership worth it. They also had tips on how to loosen up my lats for proper front-rack position on the front squat! The “WOD”s I participated in were very beginner friendly. They ran through a quick technique review at the beginning and there were two coaches on hand watching our technique. This isn’t *my* preferred style of exercise (I like going really really heavy 😁), but I plan to use some ideas from it to train for my next fight. I came away with new tools and techniques, and enjoyed it enough to want to go back (It’s just a really long drive for me 😞). I highly recommend giving this box a try for a month even if you specialize in other areas.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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arthur d wrote a review Oct 2019
Siem Reap, Cambodia2 contributions1 helpful vote
I dropped in twice at crossfit Chiang mai and, overall I had a great experience there. The training space is huge, they have all the gear and everything is in great condition; all you need for a great workout! The first day, i cam despite heavy rain and the coach kindly let me in although I was a few minutes late- but i was clearly warmed up by the 30min bicycle I had in order to get there. We did 19.1 and it was great ! The second day, I dropped in for what they called the community workout, a great session that mixes experienced and new crossfiters from the expat and local community. A very nice team workout, lots of fun and great way to meet crossfiters and share the love for the sport. After this, I stayed during the open gym time and there, my experience got much less enjoyable: I was working out on my own, when one of my team mates from the community workout (who started crossfit 1 month ago) comes to me and wants to try some bar movements (TTB, kipping pull up). I explain him that first, he needs to work on the basics: the kipping. So, I show him the very basic movements and after a few minutes, a coach comes (didn't introduce himself, took some searching to find out it was coach jacques) and is super aggressive and mean to me. Basically he says : "you are just a drop in, right?! This is my box here [so I am assuming he is the head coach or owner ?], I want you to not coach my people here, maybe we have different methods and that's why we have 6 coaches here. How about I come to your cross fit box and start coaching your people, would you like that?" So, I told him I am not coaching anybody, it's just that this guy came to me and asked me how to do something. I just share what, in my experience, are the basics. Unfortunately, he kept going on and, instead of staying with us and actually coaching the guy, he just left and continued working out on his own, while giving me really annoying stares and bad looks. Whilst I understand that coaches are there for a good reason, I believe that sharing is also part of the crossfit values and the hostility (whilst not being helpful to the box member) displayed by this head coach / owner (?) was both not necessary and completely not representative of the amazing crossfit community I got to meet in Chiang mai. I finished my workout program on my own (still paid 300 thai bat for the open gym) but needless to say that this behaviour completely ruined my mood and gave the overall crossfit Chiang mai experience a bitter after taste.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Limited Rom wrote a review Aug 2019
Brooklyn, New York9 contributions1 helpful vote
Chianti’s Mai is a must see destination for anyone visiting Thailand, so while here, make the most of your time and stop by CrossFit Chiang Mai. The space is huge, with a large area for regular classes as well as a separate open area for weightlifting. The other thing I loved about the space was the open air “walls” that surround the main gym. Gives the entire location a very tropical vibe. There are plenty of bars and tons of equipment, as well as good open gym hours and a class schedule that would fit almost any travelers schedule. And the WODs followed a traditional CrossFit class schedule, with a strength portion as well as metcon. Coaches were knowledgeable and friendly, and signing up was a breeze. The only negatives are many mosquitoes, which is to be expected, and finding the place without a celular plan is difficult unless you use a ride share service (you can get there by Tuk-tuk, but the process is much more difficult unless your driver really knows their way around). Overall a great experience, one which I hope to enjoy again.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Leroy S wrote a review Apr 2019
Bangkok, Thailand129 contributions16 helpful votes
Awesome community, fantastic facility and great coaches, if you love fitness make sure to check them out when visiting Chiang Mai
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Date of experience: April 2019
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kristinaj333 wrote a review Jan 2019
Vienna, Austria40 contributions10 helpful votes
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The best place for Crossfit in Chiang Mai. Just great Xfit trainers and friendly crowd. Amazing facilities. Definitely a must for Xfitters. :)
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Date of experience: January 2019
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