Steve Pipe is a high performance coach who specializes in working with elite level Muay Thai and combat sports athletes.
Having worked with the likes of Singdam Kiatmoo9, Superbon Banchamek, Petchtanong Petchfergus, Liam Harrison, Andy Howson, Kayne Conlan, Spencer Yokkao and Oscar Remihana to name a few.
Steve spent 6 years living and working in Bangkok at two of the top fitness studios in Asia - The Lab & BASE - where he won the award for best instructor in Bangkok and was the head strength and conditioning coach for Yokkao Fight center.
Steve had an extensive professional career in Muay Thai fighting regularly on MAX Muay Thai but his true passion has always been in helping athletes reach their true potential.
Steve's Latest Posts
Having competed professionally in the pro circuit of Thailand for 6 years I was able to try out a range of different Muay Thai boxing gloves and really get a good feel for each brand.Training and fighting extensively throughout that time and then transitioning into a professional strength and conditioning coach led me to see first-hand each brand's durability, protective features, and best use cases.Working with many elite-level fighters in
I’ve been using the Yokkao boxing glove range now personally for around 6 years. I was first introduced to them whilst training and fighting Muay Thai in the pro circuit of Bangkok, Thailand and then continued to use them recreationally as I shifted my career into becoming an elite fight sports Strength and Conditioning coach – going on to win the 2019 Best Trainer In Bangkok Award.I saw the evolution
I have worked in Thailand, won the Best Trainer of the Year in Bangkok, and fought on the pro circuit. I've used all of the heavy bags extensively that I am recommending in this best heavy bag article.I got to see the evolution of mega Muay Thai companies like Yokkao and how closely they worked with fighters to create the best quality heavy bags and equipment. So, if you’re looking
Having fought professionally in Thailand, New Zealand, and China I was exposed to many different styles of hand wrapping from various coaches and fighters. Below are 3 different hand wrapping techniques for boxing that have really endured for me and ones that I still use to this day both in my own training and with my athletes. Table of Contents Toggle How To Wrap Your Hands For BoxingHand Wrap “Thai
We’ve all been there. When we first started Muay Thai (well most of us anyway) – we attempt to throw a kick that sits just outside of our limited range of motion and we feel that painful, pulling feeling in our groin like something is going to rip apart and never be the same again.Muay Thai is a martial art and sport that requires extreme ranges of motion to execute