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Us

WHY CHAMPIONS GYM?

Champions Gym first opened it’s doors in 2012 in Highgate, Western Australia with the aim of redefining the way everyday people enjoy their fitness & lifestyle through dynamic martial arts training.

The brainchild of former Australian Muay Thai champion Pamorn Martdee, he learned that people can live their best lives through the virtues of martial arts providing certainty, significance and opportunity through hard work, passion, dedication, sacrifice, teamwork and discipline plus so much more. Following a successful career in training, competing and working with some of the best in the world, Martdee decided to pursue his passion in coaching and passing on his knowledge. What a started as a small training group of 5-10 ladies, has grown into and transformed into a colourful institute of coaches working with clients from all professions and walks of life who share the same passion.

86% of people who come to be ideal members are bored of the generic gym routine and are looking for something fun, dynamic and exciting. Champions Gym caters to men, women and children boasting a 60% female client base and fostering an environment that is fun, safe, positive and EGO FREE.

Champions Gym is renowned for it’s strong culture and community with a belief that health is much more than just exercise and eating well, but a combination of training, mindset, nutrition, recovery and celebrating success along the way. Along with training for fun and fitness, Champions Gym is known for it’s strong Muay Thai & Boxing teams – A result of two refined Boxing and Muay Thai assessment syllabus’, a strong supporters base, a dominant competitive team boasting a stable of champions.

Champions Gym | Be Your Best™ |  Get Fit Faster™

THE TEAM

Pamorn Martdee

Founder & Head Coach

It’s a passion helping people develop a strong, fit, healthy mind, body and spirit, setting goals and enjoying it every step of the way.

Whitney Tuna

Co-founder

Exercise is for everyone. It should be fun and enjoyable not endured and overdone – If you’re sick of your average workout give combat arts a try.

Chris Watt

Senior Coach

Martial Arts are a great way to develop and maintain balance in life. If you have never tried martial arts, I suggest you start now.

Laura Brittain

Strength & Conditioning Coach

A strong body, a sound mind and power to perform at one’s best.

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OUR HISTORY

2012 | The Beginning

Champions Gym opened it's doors on Monday January 15, 2012 providing a unique combination of Muay Thai, Boxing and Mixed Martial Arts for the men and women of Perth in a facility of 150 sqm. Very few clubs in Perth provided multiple disciplines at this time.

2013 | Growth and Popularity

In it's second year of operation Champions Gym grew in popularity with additions of numerous classes and as a result; an upgrade of floor space growing from a 150 sqm to 345 sqm. A full scale boxing ring added and multiple training areas for multiple classes at one time.

2014 | More Disciplines

Champions Gym rapidly became a household name, located on the main street of Lord Street it now housed a full timetable of Fit Body Boot Camp, Boxing , Muay Thai, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Muay Thai and Mixed Martial Arts for fitness with a division for competitors across a variety of combat disciplines.

2015 | Empowering Women

Champions Gym continues to grow from strength to strength defined by it's quality of training and family-like community. The demand for combat sports training for women's health and wellbeing increases with the popularity of iconic female athletes like UFC Champion Ronda Rousey.

2016 | Present Day

Present day Champions Gym - Fully fledged with an abundance of everyday fitness loving people and a fruitful community sharing the same passion in combat sports and the addition of Strength and Conditioning to the timetable. In the competitive divisions multiple champions adorn the walls across Boxing, Muay Thai and Jiu-Jitsu

The Future

What does the future hold? No one knows, but we aim to continue to provide quality training in an amazing community of likeminded individuals… Be a part of the future!
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2012 | THE BEGINNING

Champions Gym opened it’s doors on Monday January 15, 2012 providing a unique combination of Muay Thai, Boxing and Mixed Martial Arts for the men and women of Perth in a facility of 150 sqm. Very few clubs in Perth provided multiple disciplines at this time.

2012 | THE BEGINNING

Champions Gym opened it’s doors on Monday January 15, 2012 providing a unique combination of Muay Thai, Boxing and Mixed Martial Arts for the men and women of Perth in a facility of 150 sqm. Very few clubs in Perth provided multiple disciplines at this time.

2012 | THE BEGINNING

Champions Gym opened it’s doors on Monday January 15, 2012 providing a unique combination of Muay Thai, Boxing and Mixed Martial Arts for the men and women of Perth in a facility of 150 sqm. Very few clubs in Perth provided multiple disciplines at this time.

2012 | THE BEGINNING

Champions Gym opened it’s doors on Monday January 15, 2012 providing a unique combination of Muay Thai, Boxing and Mixed Martial Arts for the men and women of Perth in a facility of 150 sqm. Very few clubs in Perth provided multiple disciplines at this time.

2012 | THE BEGINNING

Champions Gym opened it’s doors on Monday January 15, 2012 providing a unique combination of Muay Thai, Boxing and Mixed Martial Arts for the men and women of Perth in a facility of 150 sqm. Very few clubs in Perth provided multiple disciplines at this time.

2012 | THE BEGINNING

Champions Gym opened it’s doors on Monday January 15, 2012 providing a unique combination of Muay Thai, Boxing and Mixed Martial Arts for the men and women of Perth in a facility of 150 sqm. Very few clubs in Perth provided multiple disciplines at this time.

HALL OF FAME

MUAY THAI

WHITNEY TUNA

WMC Light Bantamweight WA State Champion

Won the title 20 August 2016 defeating Niki King (Kao Sok) at Nak Muay Fight Series presented by Bailey Fitness

CHRIS “KILLER” WATT

WMC Light Middleweight
WA State Champion

Won the title 3 April 2016 defeating Ricardo Pisaneschi (Kao Sok) at Domination 17 presented by Pure Adrenalin Promotions

VICTORIA CALLAGHAN

2x WMC Lightweight WA State Champion

Won the title 17 July 2016 defeating Bec Rooney (Beast Masters) at Ignition presented by WA Thaiboxing
Defended the title 31 March 2017 defeating Saskia Vaughan (Seldy’s Gym) at Epic presented by Darren & Caley Reece

WBC Muaythai Lightweight WA State Champion

Won the title 14 October 2016 defeating Alice Becklake (Country Muaythai) at Origins 8: Dawson vs JWP III presented by Origins Fight Promotions

JAMES “FLIPPO” ROWLAND

WMC Welterweight WA State Champion

Won the title 6 February 2015 defeating Tim Levins (WATBC) at Ignition presented by WA Thaiboxing

AMATEUR BOXING

JAMES “FLIPPO” ROWLAND

Boxing WA Novice State Champion

Won the 69kg title 13 April 2013 Novice State Championships defeating Nathan Perry (Sozokan) in the final – It would be the fourth bout won in four weeks to secure the title.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

You may or may not know it, but effective striking martial arts such as Muay Thai and Boxing – Martial Arts are rapidly becoming the most useful way to keep the mind, body and spirit in check for harmony in everyday life.

Combing old school with the new school, with extraordinary coaches, in one fun, safe and convenient location – We bring you the finest in training, nutrition and community to help you achieve your goals. In training with us, you will not only learn valuable self-defence; but also burn more calories than any other workout, super charge your fitness, boost personal confidence, all the while transforming into best version of yourself – Plus so much more.

Google the terms: “Fighter Physique” and you will understand what we mean. You don’t have to get hit/hurt to have the physique of a “Fighter” – Come on the journey with us and we will show you how…

No, definitely not. Our clients are regular, everyday normal people (like yourself) who go to work every morning, work a 9 – 5 job, then come to training in the evening. Lucky for them, they have realised how beneficial martial arts training is for their physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing. You definitely do not have to be young and fit to start training with us! – Forget what you are now and think about the possibilities of what you can become with a little effort and dedication to bettering yourself. After all, you are your greatest investment.

Safety is most important at Champions Gym. There is no doubt that combative martial arts such as Muay Thai, Boxing and Martial Arts possess an element of danger (as with many of the everyday things we do in life) – But the general classes have been developed in such a way as to avoid the possibilities of physical injury making it suitable to all, especially women, who just want to get fit and reap the benefits of training.

No, not at all. Most people start with little fitness and 80% of the people who come to us have either lost motivation, struggle to train on their own and/or want something new, dynamic and in a group setting where they can achieve maximum results.

That’s where we’re unique… Our job is to empower you. Our team is dedicated to working with you, demonstrating the techniques and exercises plain and simply, making it easier for you to understand and overall, making it a pleasurable and satisfying experience. If you feel that it’s time to make that start you’ve been longing before, then take the first step!

Yes, all members are required to book classes they wish to attend. In order to book classes download our Champions Gym App via the app store and see what classes are available to you.

Some classes may become unavailable or full without prior notice.

If the class has already commenced and you arrive late; you will be denied entry to the class.

This rule applies as it is disruptive to fellow members who have arrived on time; as well as a disregard to the instructor who has already started the class.

We encourage all members to arrive 10-15 minutes prior to a class starting in order to avoid disappointment.

Yes, we have a shower available for your convenience.

Easy, take the first step and register your interest for our starter program, it’s 4 weeks – Simple and easy… Make the Start Today

Yes, as a way of improving our service to our clients, we like to get to know everyone who walks through our door to ensure the club will be right for them and that they will be a good fit for the community. In order to get started please register your interest by taking the first step here.

Champions Gym is located between the intersections of Bulwer/Lord Street and Lord/Walcott Street (turns into Guildford Road). A landmark many are familiar with is Perth Oval/NIB Stadium (home ground of Western Force & Perth Glory), we are located approximately 650 metres north. For more information please also refer to the map below:

There are only a few things that you need to bring to training. The essentials include:

  1. A pair of your own boxing gloves
  2. A towel (compulsory)
  3. Water bottle
  4. Clean, comfortable exercise attire

If you don’t have some of the gear for training as mentioned above, Champions Gym has a full range of equipment for purchase in-store at the gym. See reception for more info.

Yes, parking is available for our customers to the rear of the building. Entry to the rear parking bays are accessible by turning off Marlborough Street which runs East off Lord Street. For more information please refer to the map below:

A membership at Champions Gym includes training six days a week with structured group classes to assist you with achieving your goals. As a member you are treated as an individual, not a number; with the benefits of unlimited training across all disciplines at no extra charge. Choose from any one of our great training classes whether it be boxing, Muay Thai or Strength & Conditioning. If you can’t decide, why not do them all?!

*Classes subject to membership type, bookings & conditions may apply.

As with any establishment there are a few house keeping principles we like to encourage such as:

  • Keep calm and leave your ego at the door.
  • Please be polite, respectful and humble towards members, instructors and staff.
  • Please have an open mind and willingness to learn.
  • No swearing please.
  • Please bring a large sized towel to each training session – No towel, no training.
  • Please book your session and sign-in before each and every class prior to the class commencing.
  • Don’t disrupt the class – Please try to be on time to class.
  • Please do not spit during training.
  • Proper hygiene – Please wear clean work out attire to training, body odour may be offensive.
  • No sharing of gloves – Please have your own personal pair of gloves and equipment. (If it is your first time, gloves are available to hire at reception).
  • Please pick up after yourself, put away all equipment in a tidy manner after use.
  • Please use equipment correctly – If unsure, please just ask.
  • Please pay careful attention and follow the instructor’s instructions at all times.
  • Staff are not responsible for personal belongings of members.
  • If you notice a problem please bring it to our attention immediately.
  • Have a fun, safe and satisfying training experience!
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