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Moving my Powerlifting site

Moving my Powerlifting site

Hey guys,  just want to announce that I am moving my powerlifting content in my new website: http://mbeast.com. Please follow me here if you want to know more about powerlifting or some healthy cooking/recipes. Support me on this journey! 🙂 🙂 🙂  

Ruen Nuad Massage Studio

Ruen Nuad Massage Studio

Do you like Traditional Thai massage? I do and if you do too this place is good for you. The name of this place is Ruen Nuad Massage Studio in Soi Convent.  We used to go to Health Land and we always request our masseuses […]

AMRAP Week

AMRAP Week

Hey guys! I’m back lol 🙂 This week I’m going to talk about my AMRAP Week or plus sets week.

I know it’s been a long time since I posted something about my powerlifting journey. Last year is a bit tough for me training wise because I lost interest in powerlifting because one of my inspirations left us it’s our buddy Dino. But I know if he is still alive he wouldn’t want me to quit powerlifting so now I am back! 🙂 This week I’m going to explain my training and it is my AMRAP week or plus sets week. This is the 90% of my 1 rep max and it’s basically 4 sets of one and the fifth sets is plus sets (As Many Reps As Possible).

For my deadlift it’s 100kg for 4 sets of 1 and for my AMRAP it’s 1 sets of 7. Touch and Go is 47.5kg for 4 sets of 1 and AMRAP is 4, Squat is 92.5kg for 4 sets of 1 and AMRAP is 2, lastly my Bench Press is 47.5kg for 4 sets of 1 and for my AMRAP its 3 reps.

Over all training is great because I still feel strong even though my lower back is a bit painful.

Here is the video of my AMRAP week. Let me know what guys think about my form and technique!

Exploring Charoenkrung Road

Exploring Charoenkrung Road

Last week, a friend of mine and I explore Charoenkrung Road, the first road in Bangkok. It was built in 1862-1864 in the reign of King Rama IV. The English name for Charoen Kung is New Road.  The road was build from Wat Pho, Grand Palace […]

Attractions in Udon Thani

Attractions in Udon Thani

Have you ever been to Udon Thani? Do you want to know what are the main attractions in Udon Thani that are worth to see and experience like the Red Lotus Lake? Well, I will tell you that you are lucky reading this post. Last week, […]

Explore Some Local Temples Around Bangkok

Explore Some Local Temples Around Bangkok

Have you seen all the popular temples in Bangkok including The Grand Palace, Wat Arun and Wat Pho? Do you want to explore some local temples around Bangkok that a lot of tourist doesn’t know about it? Well, first of all you are in the right place that you are reading this post. Thank you for that! 🙂

Like you do, I am an explorer as well. I love to visit some local temples because it’s more quiet and relaxing when you visit them. I always want to stay away from the crowd so I get a chance to take my time and appreciate the beauty of each temples. Last week, on my exploring day I decided to take the skytrain from Chong Nonsi (nearest BTS from our place) to Wutthakat. I get off on the left side of the train and from there I walked through some small alleys and get a chance to see how Thai people live. I enjoyed that trip and get a chance to talked to some locals if I’m in the right direction lol :-). At first they were speaking Thai to me because I look like Thai but then when I told them that I am not a Thai they smile at me and just pointed the right direction. 🙂 It’s kind of cool to experience this culture and being able to explore without worry that something bad happen to me like in a movie or something lol. At first I was a bit scared to walk on the small alleys because there are so many street dogs and I worry that they might bit me and they have rabies. But I watched the locals how they walk through the alley with a bunch of dogs and they just walk straight and not paying attention with them. So I did copy what they did and it worked! 🙂 It’s really nice that sometime you just have to let your guard down and go with the flow. 

The first temple that I saw is the Wat Nangnong Worawihan unfortunately the buddha is under renovation.This temple is very old and constructed in Ayudhaya period. The buddha was coated in black color and it’s amazing! I will definitely come back here in a few months and hoping that it’s done. I thought at first it was a school because there’s so many students that are playing games outside the temple. 

Here is the address just the incase you just want to take the taxi 🙂 

Bang Kho, Chom Thong, Bangkok 10150

Wat Nangnong Worawihan

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From Wat Nangnong Worawihan I crossed the bridge and saw this beautiful Wat Nang Ratchaworawihan. I walked around the parameter and saw the gate is closed and I was a bit sad that I can’t go inside to see it. But I went to ask the man who’s doing some construction work if there is a way to get inside and he ask another men and the men showed me the way! Yes I went inside and I was like like WOW because there’s nobody there except the six monks. There’s no tourist at all! I went inside the temple and there’s three monks that are praying and I pay my respect to be quiet and sit there for a minute and just appreciate it. After that I walked around the whole complex because there’s two temples on each sides and one pagoda in the middle with a two Chinese statues. This temple is such a peaceful place and it’s nice to be here to just relax and meditate inside the temple!

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Next stop is the Wat Ratcha Orasaram. This temple is the first class royal monastery dedicated to the King Rama III. And in the past, it was called ” Wat Chom Thong”. Unfortunately, I didn’t get a chance to go inside the temple because it was closed. I think they are doing some sort of ceremony for the kids because they were lining up and wearing all white color and it was fascinating! I did get a chance to look around before they start that ceremony.

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It’s open from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm.

I mention above that I get off on the left side of the train and on my next visit I will get off on the right side to explore some temples on the area.

Until then, stay tuned guys!

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