Most frequent questions and answers

The morning sessions start around 7-7:30 am with a run around the lake (approximately 8km). Some days we run fast, other days slow; some days we do intervals, other days we just do sprint drills instead of the entire lake. The session ends around 9 am.

In the afternoon, we start at 3:00 pm and 3:30 pm and finish at 6pm.

We spar 3 days a week, alternating between muay thai and just boxing sparring.

Sure, beginners are welcome at the gym. Some of the people who come have never trained before. Our experienced coaches will take care of you and make sure you get the basics you need to move up to the next level.

Some beginners even end up having fights here after getting ready.

Yes we’ve got some free weights which we use as part of our strength and conditioning programme. It is nothing like a high-tech fitness gym but it is what we use here.

The food is really good and cheap in the town.

There are 4 options:
– Flying with Air Asia http://www.airasia.com
– Flying with Nok air http://www.nokair.com
– By train http://www.thaifocus.com/travel/train/
– By bus. Many different bus lines go from Bangkok to Ubon. From Bangkok, you need to go to the Morchit bus station first. Take the BTS Skytrain all the way to the end – the last station is Morchit station. I dont really like taking the bus but, if you can’t help it, I recommend going with Nakonchai Air. They are the most reliable and the most comfortable, and take approximately 9 hours to reach Ubon.

Most definitely. Our coaches will evaluate you and see IF your ready to fight and at WHAT LEVEL you are ready to fight. There are lots of local muay thai events happening every week around Ubon.

No, you don’t need to bring any gear, we have gloves and shinpads at the gym for you to use, and you can buy a mouthguard, shorts and hand wraps at the gym. Most people however end up buying their own gloves and other protective gear while they are here, as prices in Thailand are much lower than those in the rest of the world.

We have free wireless internet for those staying at the gym.

The power supply in Thailand is 220V, as in Europe. Most power outlets take two round prongs, so you may need an adaptor for your device.

For the sake of fighters being focused, we don’t allow them to bring company from outside gym to sleep over. However, if your girlfriend is also training at the gym, you can share the same room.

The gym is located 10 min from the town center. There are local buses in town, called songthaews, that will take you anywhere for 10 baht. They stop running at 6pm though, so you beter be back by then. Another option is to take a tuk tuk.

Having said that, the best way to get around in Ubon, to really enjoy yourself and be 100% mobile, is to rent a motorbike. It is easy, fast, and you can be anywhere in town in about 10 minutes. We have scooters for rental at the gym for 3,500 baht per month. Please remember to drive carefully and always wear a helmet!

Yes, Legacy’s MMA programme is one of the most well respected in Southeast Asia! Check out the MMA Training page for more information.

Check out the trainers page.

We are actually in the city, 10 min drive from the town center, 5 min away from Ubon International Airport.

Chongmek is the nearest border town to Ubon. There is a regular bus that runs from Ubon to Chongmek, taking 1 to 1.5 hours. From Chongmek, you can cross into Laos and back into Thailand. Visa on arrival is available.

If you need to get to a Thai embassy outside Thailand, the nearest one is in Savannakhet, Laos. Take a bus from Ubon to Mukdahan (approximately 4 hours), then take a bus from there across the border/river to Savanakhet.

Sure, there are plenty of language teachers in Ubon who would teach you privately if you were interested.

There are 4 good hospitals in Ubon and good dentists who do cheap dental work.

There are excellent tattoo artists in Ubon who are quite skilled and very cheap.

You can go out on any night in Ubon and party down to the early hours. There are a number of bars, pubs with live music, traditional thai music, country music or just boogie down thai style. Isaan music in particular is loud and raucous and the parties are famous throughout Thailand.

You can get private 1 on 1 lessons with one of our experienced muay thai or MMA coaches.

Sure, we’re in 2014! We welcome anyone who is here to train.

We have Thai fighters as young as 10 years old, so its possible to get here and train at this age if your parents send you. How old is too old? That is entirely up to you.