P. Silaphai gym opened up in April of 2013 and according to their website, they have some highly accomplished trainers available.
Jomyut Phitakkhruchaidaen is a 2x Lumpinee stadium champion and a Thailand national champion. Nong Bee Kiatyongyut is also listed as a trainer and he is a 3x (3 weight division) champion at Lumpinee stadium as well.
In addition to his 3 Lumpinee titles, Nong Bee also holds a WMC title in the 126lb weight class. He is a technical fighter who has faced a “who’s who” list of top fighters including Kem Sitsongpeenong, Saenchai Sor Kingstar, Nopparat Keatkhamtorn, Anuwat Kaewsamrit, Attachai Fairtex and Sakeddao.
The P. Silaphai gym is located next to the Hang Dong Jungle Paintball facility in Chiang Mai. To access a map, as well as the contact information, just click here.
They have set up designated accommodation for students nearby the gym. It looks as though they have secured rooms in a nearby apartment and added some additional comforts such as a wall mounted flat screen TV. If renting a room through the gym, the rates are 4000 baht per month for a fan room or 6000 baht per month for a room with air conditioning. In the image section below, you’ll find a copy of a brochure which states all the accommodation and training costs.
Training Info and Photos
There are 2 training sessions per day, 6 times per week (standard format). The morning session runs from 8am-10am and the afternoon session runs from 5pm-7pm. If you wish to job before the scheduled training times, begin roughly 30 minutes before (depending on how long you want to run for).
The structure of the training sessions consist of skipping, shadow boxing, bag work, pad work and some conditioning exercises to close out the sessions. Technique is more heavily emphasized in the mornings, while pad work and stamina are emphasized in the evening sessions.