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Billy is a full-time gym owner, a professional trainer who has 5 year experience working in Samui dealing with weight loss clients working on The Biggest Loser Asia all the way through to helping professional fighters reach peak condition on The Challenger Muay Thai Tv Show. He specializes in strength training that ensures proper technique and form. His clients vary in age and objectives – from helping teenagers achieve their goals to keeping adults get fit so that they feel good and continue enjoying fitness after they leave his camp. He believes that a few hours a week at the gym not only improves your health and mental well being, but the overall quality of your life. Billy will teach you techniques where you can have a full body workout in and out the gym in 30 minutes feeling like a 2 hour body workout ! after a few days of soreness the results will start to show and then the body shaping will take place … all our clients always return again and again to step up the challenge with Billy.
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Lamai Fitness sponsored fighter’s Mardsua ‘Tum”, Jason Woodham and Mostafa Abdollahi prove to be a big hit in Malaysia for the conclusion of the first Muay Thai’s Challenger Series.
Supporting the blue corner fighters Lamai Muay Thai Camps P’Nong and Lamai Fitness’s Billy Orr helping towards the success of the night.
Produced by the Imagine Group and The Group Entertainment, under sanctioning of the World Muaythai Council (WMC), the world’s governing body for the sport of muaythai, the reality competition series that was set and shot in Malaysia came to a climactic conclusion last night with the 2-hour finale fight night on AXN.
The final episode was filled with spectacular fights and an electrifying atmosphere from the Stadium Negara in Kuala Lumpur.
First super fight of the evening was between Marco ‘The Sniper’ Pique and Mostafa ‘Persian Mos’ Abdollahi. This fight had the crowd going mental as both fighters gave it their all to the bitter end. After 5 rounds of gruelling strikes and counter strikes, the judges scored the bout giving Persian Mos the win. A great performance by both fighters who most unquestionably gave viewers one of the most entertaining fights of the evening!!
Next up was a fight that brought the volume of the spectators in the stadium to an all-time maximum decibel level, as it was the fight to feature Malaysia’s own Faisal ‘Golden Elbow’ Ramli against England’s Jason ‘the handsome hero’ Woodham. It was clear from the get go that Jason was not only fighting Faisal but the entire stadium which undoubtedly were behind the home boy in full force. Bouncing off the crowd’s energy, Faial attacked the legs of the handsome hero with a barrage of devastatingly loud and vicious leg kicks that finally brought his opponent down in the 4th round, unable to get up. The win went to Faisal by TKO to the thunderous cheers of the home crowd.
Next up was the fight to end the 16 week journey of the final 2 Challengers, Jordan Watson from UK versus Madsua from the motherland of the sport, Thailand.
Each fighter took his time, cautiously calculating their next move, careful not to make a mistake. Needless to say it was clear that the stakes were especially high with 100,000 USD riding on whose hand would be raised by WMC referee Elias Dolapstis in the end.
Jordan showed just why they call him the British Bull dog with his fierce and solid attacks, landing many take downs on his opponent in the first few rounds. Madsua gave it back taking the bull dog into the clinch whenever he could in the final rounds, throwing him to the mat. By round 4 a vicious elbow from Madsua sliced the forehead of Jordan Watson wide open with a cut (Jordan later joked that he looked like Harry Potter after the fights!!). The final round was action packed and went to the judges’ score cards with all 3 judges scoring in favour of Thailand’s Madsua.
Madsua, following in the footsteps of his fellow Thai brethren Yodsaenklai who took the Contender Asia championship, proudly wore the coveted Challenger Muaythai Belt and was presented the cash check for a whopping $100,000 USD!!! WMC Vice President Stephan Fox also presented him with a WMC Championship Belt.
Another great promotion for muaythai!!
Mostafa Abdollahi “Persian Mos” talks about his training experiences at Lamai Fitness & Lamai Muaythai Camp!
I first trained at Lamai Muay Thai Camp and Lamai Fitness in Koh Samui in 2010 and I travel there to prepare for most of my big fights. I spent 2 months solid training there in the run-up to the Sport Accord Combat Games 2010 in Beijing. Recently I trained there in preparation for my superfight in the Challenger Muaythai finale.
During the filming of the Challenger Muaythai show, I was very happy to have the Lamai crew there as trainers and support in my corner, and to be part of the blue team with Ajarn Nong and Billy Orr, as I know them and am comfortable with them and their style of training. I believe that one of the reasons I did so well in the competition was because I had their support.
Before the Challenger finale fight, I was training for almost 1 month at Lamai Camp, every day twice a day, with muaythai padwork, sparring & clinching, and a fitness & conditioning program designed by Billy Orr at Lamai Fitness. I used the FightLife and Bionutrics supplements which are awesome.
I love training at Lamai Camp because the trainers are very experienced, but also more importantly they are 1 team with the fighters, it’s like a family and they care about each fighter’s performance and tailor the training to suit. The expert trainers in each field all communicate well with each other so you feel as a fighter that every area of your fitness, strength and technique is getting attention and improvement.
I’ve trained at many gyms in Thailand and some of them are just about padwork & how many times you hit the pads, to get you tired. Lamai Fitness & Camp has a complete approach which prepares you both physically and mentally, and with expert knowledge about fitness & nutrition & how to structure your diet so that you can drop weight but still have enough energy to train hard. Not only that, but there’s plenty of fresh air and an amazing beach just a few minutes walk from the camp so it doesnt really get any better than this!
It looks like I will have a busy fight schedule for 2012 so I will continue to train hard with the Lamai Fitness crew and hopefully get great results!
Pidsanu Kunchat “Mardsua” Professional fighter and trainer at Lamai Fitness & Lamai Muay Thai Camp, Koh Samui regarded now as one of Thailands best 72.5kg muay thai fighters.
Tum lives and trains on Koh Samui his life is here his friends are here and he is loved and respected at the gym , humble Tum always has time for beginners to professional fighters that come to learn from his excellent techinque and thai style composure.
Tum’s latest Quarter final fight in The Challenger showed him use his true strength to beat a equally strong Vusi Collaysa, going the 5 rounds the judges rewarded Tum with the fight.
A very proud moment for the gym and all his friends on Samui !
“Often only going by his fight name, Pidsanu Kunchat, is better known as ‘Mardsua’, a name synonymous with “great” and “champion” within Muaythai circles, as a result of his achievements. It also means “tiger punch” in Thai – tigers being a highly respected animal in the Siam lands. Mardsua earned this name by demonstrating strength and courage throughout his fights. He also made a name for himself by defeating top Australian fighter John Wayne Parr, and by losing very narrowly to Yodsanklai. Mardsua has been fighting in Thailand since he was seven and is the only Thai in the competition putting high expectations on him. As his country’s national sport, he grew up watching Muaythai and a career in the sport was inevitable for the 24-year-old. He says, “Muaythai is my sport, my hobby and my job. In Thailand, there are not many choices. You either work in the rice farms or you fight, and I chose fighting!”
Enthusiastic about his sport, Buddhism and his country’s culture, Mardsua believes that Thai people are superior in the sport. Mardsua is also against aggressive personalities and states, “my pet peeves are aggressive people who speak too much, shout and belittle others. Needless aggression is a sign of weakness and of not being in control.” This is evident as Mardsua, though very talented is very quiet and humble about his abilities, leaving his training and fighting do all the talking.
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Each session of up to 3 a day will be a minimum of 45 minutes and a maximum of one hour forty five minutes this is mandatory for all clients. This information is paramount to you decision, as should you choose to work with me, I would need to start writing all your programs ASAP. Clients who train with me in Lamai Fitness, Koh Samui, Thailand are guaranteed the weight loss, muscle gain , body shaping or whatever your goals are. Listed below are several of the new systems which are being implementer be aware there are 8 more systems which are not listed.
Cardiovascular & core methods – Main emphasis controlling body fat: Plyometric . Core stability . Interval & fartlek training . Flexibility training
Resistance systems main emphasis: Hypertrophy – Pre & post exhaust . Peripheral heart action . Pyramid systems
These are just a few of the new systems I will be implementing for those who train with me. As your trainer it is my duty to carry out fitness assessments analyse information gather thus changing and making adaptation to obtain the goals set down after consultation thus deliver a professional & Periodisation program with exercise nutrition to complete a look & feel of sheer elation. The school which qualifies me to teach such systems ;YMCA central London is known throughout the world i need not enumerate, however should you wish for more information feel free to view the YMCA web site were you will find level 3 certificate in personal training central YMCA qualifications 2010 & any additional information you may require.
As you can see these program require much time in anticipation of any client in order to gain enough information on a prospective client in order to plan a program over a long medium or short term, enabling us to look at the big picture & then break it down into little chucks for us to be able to get to the optimum result, taking everything into account is the best way to breakdown periods into discrete steps that can be clearly categorised
Professional concepts initiated & implemented – Shadow programs engaged – in other words = Skill level with pragmatic knowledge, applied systems & application results in one thing MONTY CROOKE! Beautiful bodies disciplined – WELCOM 2011
I train at the Lamai muaythai Camp and gym , Koh Samui with Tum Mardsua, he had already been chosen to take part in the show. They were looking for another fighter, I got asked to do a video interview like a screen test so I did that. They knew I was a decent fighter from videos and recommendations and that was that really, a few weeks later I got the call and the producers said I was in the show. I was just so happy to be a part of Muaythai history to be in the very first season of The Challenger Muaythai and really excited to show the world what I could do, as I left the UK almost two years ago as a high level fighter and I feel I have improved. It was great to finally get to show case that.
Once I arrived in the house I recognized all the fighters and I was, well, excited to come up against any of these boys as I had nothing to lose but everything to gain. Being one of the underdogs in the competition, I thought none of these guys are invincible so I was like “Oi jay you could win this mate just get stuck in.”
My first fight on the show was with my good friend Mosi. You know how this fight came about, well this is the story, the day of choosing the fighter Mosi came to me and said can you pick me whatever the weapon of the week is as I am ready to fight mate and I will choose Franki if the trainers also pick me giving me the power to choose my opponent. I was like yeah man sure no problem and then he went to Antoine and a few others I think saying the same thing.
So when it came to the day of choosing the weapon of the week it was clinching. The remaining fighters to fight got in the ring and will all clinched, myself, Mosi, Marco, Jordan, Cyrus and Franki. After the clinch session we all had to make our decision and the majority vote was Mosi and the trainers agreed which gave Mosi the power to choose. For me, I was like cool my mate got his wish and now he will fight Franki. Aaaaaaaaaaaah, but no when he came to choose who he wanted he chose me. Ahahahahaah, I was like sneaky Fucker. LOLl!!!
He came to me and said he didn’t know why he all of a sudden picked me, it was like one of those things you can’t control just heat of the moment. Me personally I think he thought Franki is a very strong fighter, if he fought him he may get injured and I’m a smallest fighter of the competition so less chance of injury. I really believe he intended to pick Franki, I don’t believe it was a manipulation thing, I just think last second he changed his mind. It is fine we are still very much good friends, we were there to fight so no problem.
The day of the fight I was not nervous at all, I never am for fights and I had seen Mosi fight many times. I trained with him a lot in Lamaiamuaythai Camp Koh Samui so Ajarn Nong and my self had a good game plan as we know Mosi doesn’t like the left style jab and kick with left hard body kicks and coming low with the right kick, while away form his sharp heavy hands.
For the first round I worked a real treat as I smashed him to be honest and broke his rib with a knee, so that little thing that he thought to himself about less chance of injury with me backfired ahah! Going into second round I was going for the same game plan, worked well for first minute then from nowhere a big over hand right knocks me down. I got straight back up, but didn’t compose my self and went to war which was exactly what I got told not to do and about 20 seconds later I was down again from two strong punches, but this time I was sleeping. Good night Vienna as they say. I made one mistake, chin bit high when I was punching and paid for it, you know shit happens. It was a good fight even though a short one and I think it showed I can mix it up with the best. Oh and bear in mind that on the day of the fight Mosi walked into the ring at 80 plus kilo and I was at 71 kilo, but he did make weight the day before. No more fighting at 72.5 kilo for me those boys cut so much weight, but no excuses , Myself and Mosi are very much still best of friends as well so all is good, “love you Mosi mate.”
You know what on the way back to the changing room in the car I was with Billy Orr the fitness and weight loss instructor form The Challenger Muaythai. You know what I am man enough to admit I had a little cry. It all just got on top of me, the experience of it all and losing by KO in front of the world, I didn’t want to go out like that and the fact dawned on me, I’m going home now my dream was over. I’m like that, a few minutes later I reminded myself of all the positives and I was back to laughing and joking again. I reminded my self that I’m going back to Samui to my beautiful French croissant of a girlfriend that cheered me x
As soon as I was on my feet and in the changing room I was asking my trainer Ajarn Nong and my good mate and corner man for the night Billy Orr if the fight was OK. I just didn’t want to of put on a rubbish fight for the fans and they were like Jay you smashed it, but you just got caught don’t worry mate. For me that was good enough as I can work on mistakes in the gym, so no problem.
The future is bright for me, I got a lot of great things in the pipeline, seminars, good fights, everything is happening. I will most likely stay in Thailand for a few more years and just train hard and make my name even bigger. I would just like to thank my sponsors Fight Life, MTG fight gear and Bio-nutrics.