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總教練 - 曾海坤 

Interview with the head coach - Tsang

Q: 點解開始學習泰拳?

A: 我由細到大學習各種各樣嘅武術,後來專注研究泰拳,參加大型賽事又獲得唔錯嘅成績,所以泰拳自然成為咗我嘅興趣同埋事業。


Q: 你會點形容你的泰拳教學方式?

A: 我自從2005年喺泰國曼谷考獲專業泰拳教練資格,已經教咗泰拳差不多10年了,經過咁多年嘅觀察,我比較鍾意以簡單嘅手法帶領學員對拳擊漸漸產生興趣。所以我平時上堂會以「開心、好玩、學到嘢」嘅方法教一啲基本技術,當學員打好基礎之後,我反而會更加嚴厲,幫佢哋改進打拳嘅姿勢、加強進擊嘅技術,希望佢哋可以慢慢進步。

Q: 好多人覺得拳擊好暴力,你點睇?

A: 我覺得每一項運動都有一定嘅危險性,所以一定要係專業教練嘅指導之下學習。我覺得學打拳唔算好暴力,因為我會因應不同學員嘅程度分組教學,初學者當然唔會入擂台對打,反而一啲資深嘅學生就可以係教練嘅監督之下增加對打嘅經驗。


Q: 教泰拳嘅趣事?

A: 好多人都叫我魔鬼教練,但係其實我平時笑容滿面架!我希望大家上堂可以輕輕鬆鬆,因為做運動最主要就想為大家減壓,但係我亦都唔會鬆懈,上得魔鬼教練嘅堂就一定要勤力!

Q: What lead you to start practicing Muay Thai?

A: I have been practicing many forms of martial arts since I was little, and when I started to focus in Muay Thai, I earned some nice results in international fights, so gradually Thai boxing became my interest as well as career.


Q: How would you describe your own Thai boxing courses?

A: I’ve been teaching Muay Thai for almost 10 years since I attained my professional Muay Thai instructor qualification in Bangkok back in 2005. Having taught all kinds of different students, I realize that I like to ease my students into training with the simplest technique – fun. I start my training so that my beginner students feel “it’s fun, I’m happy, and I’ve learned something” after every session. However, once the advance students have perfected their basic skills, I become the devil trainer to push them to their limits, improve the attacks, and gradually become a better Thai boxer.


Q: Any fun stories to share about your teaching?

A: Everyone call me the “Devil Trainer” with a big smile! I want my students to feel relax when they are here to train, to relieve them of their stress, but I will also make sure they feel the right amount of pressure to improve their fitness.


Participated Fights Included: 


Fu Tak KF 1 King of Boxing



World Muay Thai Championship – Hong Kong representative 

Libogen Fight Night Round 1 

WMC I-1 Knock-out Fight

World Muay Thai Championship – Hong Kong representative 

Xplosion 16 Gold Coast Australia



K-1 Combat – Hong Kong Opening Fight

Libogen Fight Night Round 3



Libogen Fight Night Round 4 

China Wushuu Sanda Hong Kong Cup 

Shoot Boxing 70kg 

Ligogen Fight Night Round 5 

Ringmasters Olympic (Turkey) 

The 132th China K-O Fight (Guangzhou)



Hong Kong Muay Thai Championship – Lightweight (63.5kg) 

World Muay Thai Championship – Hong Kong representative 

Planet Battle 63kg 

China Wushuu Sanda Hong Kong Cup 

World Wushuu Championship – Hong Kong Sanda Representative 


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