Evolve University: https://www.evolve-university.com In this mini series called Muay Thai Fighting Styles, our World Champions explain the distinct fight strategies deployed by Muay Thai fighters and the pros and cons of each strategy. There are several key styles of Muay Thai such as Muay Khao, Muay Femur, Muay Mat, Muay Book, Muay Sok, and so forth.
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This explosive Muay Thai war is one of my favorite fights to watch. Tawatchai has the most amount of fights I've ever seen in Muay Thai (780!) and he is a good representation of old style Muay Thai, which includes flashy techniques. Although he isn't a slickster technician like some of his peers that choose these techniques, it's still something we see much less often today. Damien Trainor is a UK Muay Thai legend and pioneer. Influenced by Ramon Dekkers and Mike Tyson, he had heavy hands and dutch style combinations with the kicking finesse of the Thai style. Apart from the explosive excitement of this bout, what really stood out to me is how Trainor saw the pattern of right kick - right punch by Tawatchai and countered it beautifully. Definitely a fight to study to learn how to deal with the explosive right kick - right punch chain. If you want to learn more about legends and striking history, consider checking out my new book preview: http://www.LegendaryStriking.com
Views: 614093 Lawrence Kenshin
Evolve University: https://www.evolve-university.com In this mini series called Muay Thai Fighting Styles, our World Champions explain the distinct fight strategies deployed by Muay Thai fighters and the pros and cons of each strategy. There are several key styles of Muay Thai such as Muay Khao, Muay Femur, Muay Mat, Muay Book, Muay Sok, and so forth.
Views: 47074 EVOLVE MMA
Evolve University: https://www.evolve-university.com In this mini series called Muay Thai Fighting Styles, our World Champions explain the distinct fight strategies deployed by Muay Thai fighters and the pros and cons of each strategy. There are several key styles of Muay Thai such as Muay Khao, Muay Femur, Muay Mat, and so forth.
Views: 10998 EVOLVE MMA
Muay Thai fighting styles can be broken down into something far more useful. Something you can use to train your own personal style, and develop one that can beat whoever is in front of you. More info including text transcript at https://heatrick.com/2018/12/14/muay-thai-fighting-styles-and-becoming-a-complete-fighter/ Subscribe and become part of the Heavy Hitters Family and the most informed Muay Thai performance community out there! https://www.youtube.com/user/donheatrick ...Get new videos every week. Lot more for you to discover at: https://heatrick.com/articles/ Heatrick Strength and Conditioning is the leading MuayThai performance coaching company for busy Thai boxers and trainers to achieve total physical confidence for the biggest fights. MuayThai performance coaching includes specialist step by step strength and conditioning programming and sport science education that delivers relentless endurance, knockout power, efficient movement mechanics, career longevity, and a supportive community that empowers Thai boxers to continuously grow beyond their opponents. #MuayThaiFightingSyles #CompleteFighter #Heatrick #HeavyHitters http://heatrick.com Heatrick Strength & Conditioning For Muay Thai Join me: https://www.facebook.com/heatrick https://www.instagram.com/donheatrick/ https://twitter.com/donheatrick https://plus.google.com/+Heatrick
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Subscribe to fightTIPS►http://bit.ly/1APnzvw Online MMA Training Courses►http://bit.ly/1FIOiju Here is a breakdown using many of Jongsanan's teachings and strategies to understand the traditional Muay Thai stance and techniques. We cover how to stand, where your feet should be, how to block punches and kicks, and how to set up knees and enter the clinch. FOLLOW: Facebook | http://bit.ly/fightTIPSFacebook Twitter | http://bit.ly/fightTIPSTwitter Instagram | http://bit.ly/fightTIPSInstagram
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Many of you have asked about instructional video's in Muay Thai. There is no substitute for a good teacher and a good gym, but we made this video to give you a bit of over view of my approach to Muay Thai. I hope you like it. TJ My thanks to my pal Andy C. for coordinating the interview and asking good questions. Donation: https://www.paypal.me/TonyJaaa
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M-2 TigerMuayThai demonstrates how to wrap your hands Thai style. Get your own pair of our high quality hand wraps by ordering online at www.tmtfightstore.com www.tigermuaythai.com www.tmtfightstore.com
10 Muay Thai Techniques 10 Muay Thai techniques and combos from camp. Want to learn more then check us out at Tiger Muay Thai and MMA Training Camp in Phuket, Thailand. www.tigermuaythai.com
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http://www.phukettopteam.com 'Muay Fimeu' is a short feature video, showing the style of Muay Thai personified by Lerdsila PhuketTopTeam. Muay Fimeu / Muay Femur is the 'technical' Style of Muay Thai. A fighter with a 'sixth sense' for avoiding, predicting & timing. A stylish fighter, with a high 'fight I.Q.' and great vision. Beautiful techniques with great balance and poise. Lerdsila is known as 'The May weather Of Muay Thai. His Thai nickname translates to 'The Slippery Eel'. The USA fans know him as 'Mr.Lightning'. 3 x Rajadamnern Stadium Champion (across 3 weight classes) 4 x Muay Thai WorldChampion WMC WKN WPMF WBK 1 x WLF 武林風 Kickboxing World Champion
Views: 24271 Phuket Top Team
Muay Thai Program with some Basic Techniques for Beginners. *Lezione Muay Thai per Principianti : dimostrazione Tecniche di Base. by ITALYKICKBOXING YouTube Fighting Sports, Martial Arts, Muay Thai, Kickboxing, Boxing, Mma, Karate, Fitness ABOUT ITALYKICKBOXING We offer attractive Educational Videos, Tutorials and original Performances of Great Champions captured around the world with amateur cameras. We are focused on Fighting Sports, Martial Arts, Self Defense & Fitness ; our HQ is located in Italy VISIT OUR WEBSITE http://www.italykickboxing.com/ FOLLOW US ON YOUTUBE http://www.youtube.com/user/italykickboxing
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The Sitjaopho Muay Thai gym has long been recognized as one of the best places to train in Thailand. With an absurdly aesthetic style, the Sitjaopho twins attract many people from all over the world to their gym. In the past two years, they have trained USA standout Charles Johnson (TJ) to be the #1 fighter in MAX Muay Thai. Watch out for TJ's rise. If you enjoy these gym spotlight features, please let me know and I'll keep featuring great gyms all over the world. Special thanks to A for helping out. If you enjoy these legendary technique and history feature, please consider checking out my upcoming book: http://www.legendarystriking.com
Views: 29833 Lawrence Kenshin
T.A.G. Muay Thai is the most elite and authentic Thai Boxing gym in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan area. This video shows Ajarn Bryan Dobler demonstrating Thai Style Peek-A-Boo! The founder of the gym, head Instructor Kru Christopher M. Aboy, a teacher under the Thai Boxing Association of the U.S.A., offers a FREE 30 DAY TRIAL! T.A.G. Muay Thai is based out of the Michael & Sons Sportsplex in Sterling, Virginia. Residents of both Loudoun County and Fairfax County interested in learning and perfecting this ancient art of self-defense, discipline, fitness, strength, and combat skill, please call us today to get started! (703) 489-7807 Please visit our website at tagmuaythai.com and enter your info to schedule your FREE TRIAL today! Please "like" us on facebook, twatch us on twitter @tagmuaythai, follow us on instagram for short video and subscribe to our YouTube Channel for the latest videos and training tips!!!
Views: 6711 T.A.G. Muay Thai
Please visit : https://www.sportschuleasia.de/Thaiboxen-Duesseldorf/ http://www.sportschuleasia.de http://www.facebook.com/pages/Sportschule-Asia/172675441992 Kick / Thaiboxen , MMA , BJJ, Mettmann, Ratingen, Düsseldorf,Velbert, Düsseldorf Meerbusch Duisburg Mühlheim Wülfrath velbert heiligenhaus ratingen Mettmann boxen boxing padwork muay thai muay boran thaiboxen thaiboxing kickboxen kickboxing pratzen fight team training workout technik MMA mixed Martial Arts brasilian jiu jutsu Taekwondo karate kungfu kung fu Buakaw Banchamek (Thai: บัวขาว บัญชาเมฆ, born May 8, 1982) is a Thai welterweight Muay Thai kickboxer, who formerly fought out of Por. Pramuk Gym, in Bangkok, Thailand under the ring name Buakaw Por. Pramuk (Thai: บัวขาว ป.ประมุข). He is a former Omnoi Stadium champion and two time, 2004, 2006 K-1 World MAX champion. Born as Sombat Banchamek (Thai: สมบัติ บัญชาเมฆ) in Surin, Thailand, Buakaw started his fighting career at the age of eight in his home province of Surin in the northeastern Thailand. He moved to Chachoengsao when he was 15, and since then he has been with the Por. Pramuk Gym. His first fight name was Damtamin Kiat-anan. In July 2004 Buakaw became the K-1 MAX World champion beating John Wayne Parr, Takayuki Kohiruimaki and previous champion Masato in the finals. In 2005 he nearly repeated his run for tournament champion, but lost the extra round decision to Dutch shoot-boxer, Andy Souwer in the finals. In the 2006 K-1 MAX World Grand Prix, Buakaw again faced Andy Souwer in the finals, but this time defeated Souwer by TKO with a flurry of punches, thereby winning his second K-1 World MAX title and becoming the first man to win that title twice. Buakaw lost to Masato by unanimous decision at the K-1 World MAX 2007 quarterfinals. Despite Buakaw being able to land vicious leg kicks throughout the match, Masato scored a knockdown in the first round and continued to land numerous punch combinations throughout the fight which earned Masato a unanimous decision victory. In 2010, Buakaw co-starred in the martial arts movie Yamada: The Samurai of Ayothaya based on the life of Yamada Nagamasa, a Japanese adventurer who gained considerable influence in Thailand at the beginning of the 17th century and became the governor of the Nakhon Si Thammarat province in southern Thailand. Even though being the semi finalist of the K-1 World MAX 2009 Final Buakaw did not compete in the K-1 World MAX 2010 in Seoul World Championship Tournament Final 16. Instead he entered the Shoot Boxing World Tournament 2010 along with the former three time tournament champion Andy Souwer. However Toby Imada defeated Souwer in the semi finals to face Buakaw in the final. Buakaw defeated Imada via TKO in the second round to become the new 2010 Shoot Boxing S-Cup World champion. In 2011 he has had 7 fights; 4 of which have ended by way of stoppage. In the semi-finals of 2011 Thai Fight 70 kg Tournament he won by KO in the 3rd round via elbow against Mickael Piscitello. December 18, 2011 he fought Franki Giorgi for the 2011 Thai Fight 70 kg Tournament Title and won by unanimous decision. Since March 1, 2012, he was missing away from his training camp. On March 12, he appeared on a Thai TV talk show and apologized to the fans. He stated that he has had chronic problems in Por. Pramuk Gym since 2009 and felt that he was insulted by the behavior of the key figure there, that was why he disappeared. He had been scheduled to visit Japan with the Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra for an exhibition match but it was canceled with another fight. As a result of the contemplation, he decided to part ways with the gym. He said "I can stand tough training, but not poor treatment. It is about mind, not the body,". On March 17, 2012, Buakaw's sponsor Yokkao Boxing announced on Twitter that he would return to training. At this time they are referring to him as Buakaw Banchamek. He had resumed training at a the "newly-built" Banchamek gym (named after him), as of March 22, 2012. He is scheduled to fight Mickael Cornubet at ThaiFight on April 17, 2012. ,Tony Jaa, Apidej Sit Hrun, Samart Payakaroon, Buakaw Banchamek, Sakmongkol, Changpuek Kiatsongrit, Yodsanklai Fairtex, Coban Lookchaomaesaitong, Diesel Noi, Alexey Ignashov, Dany Bill, Giorgio Petrosyan, Saenchai Sor Kingstar, Kaoklai Kaennorsing, Artem Levin, Simon Marcus, John Wayne Parr, Vladimír Moravčík, Tomáš Hron, Stephen Wakeling, Joe Schilling, Andrei Kulebin, Chaz Mulkey, Romie Adanza, Ky Hollenbeck, Ilya Grad
Views: 158123 Asia Sportschule
Muay Thai Chaiyuth Style, The relationship between the nine weapons. In the ancient empire of Siam "Thailand", each region had their own "regional unique style" of guard, stance, footwork and striking techniques, be they "Muay Jerng" of the north, "Muay Korat" of the NorthEast, "Muay Chaiya" of the south, etc. Their uniquely different ways of guards, stance, footwork, striking techniques and hand wraps (kard chuakคาดเชือก) clearly represent their own unique regional style. For example Muay Chaiya had low stances which always bend their knees and wrap their hands to their wrist, whereas Muay Korat originally used straighten legs stance and wrap their hand to elbow,due to their different ways to delivered and blocked strikes.These top notch fighters from every region of Siam were gathered to fight, later on their styles started to merge and blend together in the Rattanakosin Era. which Their empty-handed fighting system was variously referred to as pahuyuth (from the Sanskrit bahuyuddha meaning unarmed combat), dhow muay "ต่อย มวย" The teaching of muay was kept up largely by Buddhist monks who in former times also served as the community's educators.
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Here are 12 unique tactics used by Saenchai! I have followed/studied and practiced his techniques for quite some time and they have absolutely strengthened my striking game! Check out his new online Muay Thai course at http://www.SaenchaiMuayThai.com Download my FREE Legendary TACTICS course here: http://mmashredded.com/freecourse In this course you will get: * 42 Counters used by Legendary Fighters * 13 Fakes used by Legendary Fighters * 10 Legendary Strategies on how to deal with Counter Fighters * ALL TUTORIALS backed up with REAL TIME Sparring/Fight Footage * Format is structured and organized, making it easy to learn I have started a new patreon page, in hopes of working less of my current job and start putting in full time hours producing quality content for MMAShredded. If you are interested in helping me out, please visit: https://www.patreon.com/MMAShredded
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Nong-O vs. Fabio Pinca is the comeback fight of the year in 2018. Why is the world not raving about it? Nong-O was a 2x fighter of the year & 5x stadium champion who beat everyone in Thailand except Saenchai. He came back after a 3 year retirement to beat Fabio Pinca - the only western fighter to have a win against Saenchai in Muay Thai. Pinca is the most skilled western Muay Thai fighter of this era… Consider this, Saenchai’s record against western Muay Thai fighters is ~ 140-1. In this fight, Nong-O displayed grandmaster skillsets. There are many people who look at this fight and think it was close because Pinca is the one moving forward and chucking flurries. They simply haven’t recognized skill yet. The techniques displayed in this fight are extremely difficult to pull off, especially against someone like Pinca. It is subtle, intricate, and requires a ridiculous degree of fight IQ. I am making this feature because the world has not recognized an extreme display of skill and an amazing comeback fight. Under Muay Thai scoring, Nong-O completely dominated the fight. He possesses the most beautiful style of Muay Thai. These sequences exist all throughout the fight. If that cannot be read it means that we have a long way to go for skill literacy. Let me show you what I’m reading... Nong-O was ahead of Pinca on every move, take a look yourself. Support ONE Championship who hosted this great fight 🎬Full Video Coming on YouTube 📸Follow me on Instagram @ StrikingBreakdowns With several ambassadors pushing my Instagram forward, it's about to be lit on fire. You can help me spread greatness by following me there too.
Views: 357514 Lawrence Kenshin
This is a tutorial by Kru Vivek Nakarmi, Head Instructor at Pentagon Mixed Martial Arts, on wrapping your hands from an angle that allows you to follow along seamlessly. Please note this style of hand wrap is not for use in competition. There are many ways to wrap hands, but we have found this to be one of the simplest and most effective for beginners and intermediates who are not sparring just yet. Hand wrap length used in this video is 180 inches.
Views: 3252582 Pentagon MMA
Muay Mad? Muay Kao? Veja quais os estilos de lutadores, entenda as diferenças, e aprenda onde e como se enquadrar. ► PATREON do Yoksutai, contribua à partir de 1 dolar: http://patreon.com/yoksutai ► Contatos e Redes Sociais Yoksutai Email: [email protected] Instagram: http://instagram.com/yoksutai Facebook: http://facebook.com/yoksutai Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/yoksutai Twitter: http://twitter.com/yoksutai Website: http://acervothai.com/yoksutai Leo "Amendoim" Monteiro: http://goo.gl/unuhFA Jos Mendonça: http://goo.gl/ghMsA8 ► Sugestões: Canal LMONTEIROS - LUTA COMENTADA todo domingo. http://goo.gl/7cAM3G Canal YOKSUTAI - Muaythai falando sua língua http://goo.gl/W5Jiw9 Canal MUAYTIES - Nossa fonte de lutas em HD. http://goo.gl/whWr0z Aproveitem. Music By The Passion HiFi http://www.thepassionhifi.com
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Here's a video I made to accompany a post I wrote on my website listing some of the best "muay fimeu" or "muay classic" style fighters, or as I like to call them, "technicians" or technical fighters. A technician is a master of all weapons. He is slick, stylish, adaptable, and can win a fight in many different ways, depending on the intentions and style of his opponent. His movement is well-balanced and graceful in execution. He possesses a great muay Thai brain and razor-sharp vision which keeps him one step ahead of his opponent. Above all else, he has a supreme confidence in everything he does in the ring. This list features the following fighters: Chatchai Paiseetong Namkabuan Nongkeepahuyuth Saenchai Hippy Singmanee Boonlai Sor Thanikul Samart Payakaroon Karuhat Sor Supawan Please note: This is not an exhaustive list! It is by no means my top 7 although that's the way it seems to have been received. While these fighters are certainly some of the best ever, there are several more names that should be included in a comprehensive list. I'll try to make another video to go along with this shortly. Read the full website post here http://www.muaythaischolar.com/muay-thai-technicians/ Follow me on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MuayThaiScholar Twitter: https://twitter.com/MuayThaiScholar Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/muaythaischolar/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+SiamScholar1/posts Music: Blu Mar Ten feat. Seba https://soundcloud.com/drisanmusic/blumarten-feat-seba-hunter-drisan-remix (creative commons license https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/).
Views: 279571 Muay Thai Scholar
Tony Jaa Training, Workout Routine Tribute and Best Muay Thai real fight skills demonstration. Tony Jaa (จา พนม) is an action movie star. His films include Ong-Bak: Muay Thai Warrior, Tom-Yum-Goong (also called Warrior King or The Protector), Ong-Bak 2: The Beginning, Ong Bak 3, Tom Yum Goong 2, and Furious 7. Action movie star tribute by TheMaster (mmamaster) Subscribe now! Click here: http://goo.gl/x1ngVA Description: Japanom Yeerum (Thai: จาพนม ยีรัมย์), formerly Tatchakorn Yeerum (Thai: ทัชชกร ยีรัมย์; rtgs: Thatchakon Yiram) or Phanom Yeerum (Thai: พนม ยีรัมย์; rtgs: Phanom Yiram; [pʰanom jiːram]; born February 5, 1976), better known internationally as Tony Jaa, in Thailand as Jaa Phanom (Thai: จา พนม; rtgs: Cha Phanom), is a Thai martial artist, actor, action choreographer, stuntman, director, and Buddhist monk. His films include Ong-Bak: Muay Thai Warrior, Tom-Yum-Goong (also called Warrior King or The Protector), Ong-Bak 2: The Beginning, Ong Bak 3, Tom Yum Goong 2, and Furious 7. Tony Jaa was born in Surin province, Isan, Thailand, and was raised in a rural area in Surin. He graduate bachelor's degree from Maha Sarakarm Institute of Physical Education. His hometown is 400 km from Bangkok. As he grew up he watched films by Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan, Vince Lam and Jet Li at temple fairs, which was his inspiration to learn martial arts. He was so inspired by them that while he was doing chores or playing with friends, he would imitate the martial arts moves that he had seen, practicing in his father's rice paddy. Tony Jaa is widely known for his fights vs brock lesnar, michael jai white, marrese crump, capoeira, jet li, donnie yen, paul walker, bruce lee, lateef crowder, wu jing, army, scott adkins, boyka, buakaw, crow demon, dolph lundgren, dan chupong, eddy gordo, fight club, giants, ip man, jackie chan, kom kom, max zhang, nathan jones, ong bak, pirates, rza, saming, the rock, wrestler, yuri boyka. Watching Jackie Chan movies and a Thai movie called Gerd ma lui (1986) influenced him to do stuntwork and eventually become a action star, but he says his biggest influence is Bruce Lee. Tony Jaa: "Jackie Chan, Jet Li and Bruce Lee are my masters; they're the inspiration for my work. Bruce Lee was a heavy fighter who threw hard punches. Jackie moves very fast and uses a lot of comedy, and Jet Li is very fluid. I've tried to combine all of their styles and added some things of my own." Tony Jaa won several gold medals in Thailand for track running, fencing and gymnastics. He is a well versed martial artist excelling in Muay Boran, Muay Thai, Aikido, Judo, Wushu, and Taekwondo. Jaa was also self-trained in various kung fu styles as well as krabi krabong, lethwei and kino mutai, which he can be seen using in the Ong Bak and Tum Yum Goong films. Best Fitness Exercises Music: https://goo.gl/04rnQk ★ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mastersportsvideos Video Link: https://youtu.be/B0ngNptJV9g •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• The Master (themaster or mmamaster) : Best sports videos with tony jaa in all his action movies with bone breaking scene and best fight scenes ever.
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Within Mixed Martial Arts, three styles are used by most practitioners. Brazilian style Jiu-Jitsu, Muay Thai and Wrestling. There are countless other styles of eastern and western arts, but they are rarely if not ever used. Why?
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Check out my new book on striking: www.StrikingTechniques.com Muay Thai has been used by all champions in MMA to a great effect, yet we have not seen Thai Muay Thai champions cross over. This is because Thais are generally not aware of MMA and don't have any real infrastructure to support it yet. That is about to change. There was Rambaa Somdet in the previous era, but now there's Dejdamrong, a decorated 3x champion of the prestigious Lumpinee Stadium. As the first to cross over to the mainstream, Dejdamrong captured the One Championship title and is now set to headline the first major MMA event in Thailand, facing the undefeated Shooto champion from Japan. On May 27th, this historic event will take place in Bangkok, creating a major catalyst for Thai Muay Thai in MMA. Lets tune in and support the sport and arts we love. Video submitted for the "ONE Championship May Highlight Contest" - you can also help me win it by liking and sharing! www.LawrenceKenshin.com/ I am a striking analyst that's so far focused on breaking down combat sports. I've been fortunate enough to have major fight camps, legends, and elite martial artists give testimonials to my work - http://www.lawrencekenshin.com/testimonials If you've enjoyed this breakdown, be sure to check out my usual work in combat sports. Patreon [Help Keep the Content Alive]: http://patreon.com/lawrencekenshin Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LawrenceKenshinBreakdowns/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/LawrenceKenshin Kenshin Gear: http://lawrencekenshin.spreadshirt.com/ If you enjoy these Lawrence Kenshin Striking Breakdowns, you can support it by sharing it with your friends!
Views: 4345047 Lawrence Kenshin
How to fight muay thai style | chest grab Martial Arts Master teaches you How to fight muay thai style | chest grab , Wing Chun fighter using punch harder, how to knock someone out, Want to improve your skills further? Register today to my online class! 82% off discount Self-Defefce ► https://goo.gl/wgTMCw For More info About SiFu Kin: https://www.facebook.com/KF1.KT/ If you want to get in touch, Website address: https://masterwongsystem.com/ Learn Chinese Wing Chun techniques Bruce lee learned from Ip Man. Free Martial Art Wing Chun training, lethal and effective against Wing Chun vs Wing Chun, Wing Chun vs MMA, Wing Chun vs Boxing, Wing Chun vs Street fighting. Master Wong How do I defend against a kick to the nut or stomach? FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA FACEBOOK ►https://goo.gl/f9ns2A INSTAGRAM ► https://goo.gl/BMtvX0 TWITTER ► https://goo.gl/S8glr9 ~ About Master Wong ~ My name is Master Wong. I created the Master Wong System in 1992. As a Martial Arts Master it is my sincere desire for all of my students worldwide to gain the skills they need and improve the quality of their lives, by following the principles of my system. All of my YouTube videos give an insight into the systems I teach, from instructional videos to funny scenario based videos. So make sure you subscribe to my channel if you’re interested in Martial Arts, Health & Fitness. You can also find me on Facebook, Instagram & Udemy. If you want to get in touch, got to my website below Website address: https://masterwongsystem.com/
Views: 25579 Master Wong
Usually Jump rope 15 minutes after running before my session. I use a HEAVY Muay Thai rope from Thailand - On the path to go to Thailand to Train/Fight and Film/Vlog the entire Experience. Until the flight enjoy the training Vlogs/Montages/Highlight videos - LINKS - Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/VincentTheRedStar/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/vincenttheredstar/ Email - [email protected] Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/VincentRedstarMuayThai Support Directly - paypal.me/VincentRedstar Music By - Blackmill
Views: 3597 Vincent Redstar - Muay Thai Adventures
Test your Muay Thai knowledge on QuizUp: http://link.q.is/Muay_Thai Muay Thai is NOT just kickboxing with knees and elbows. We will look at 5 rather interesting facts about Thai Boxing that you probably never heard. Impress your friends with some martial arts history. START TRAINING MMA ONLINE►http://bit.ly/1FIOiju GET MORE FIGHT TIPS►http://bit.ly/1APnzvw There is a rich and unique history behind Muay Thai. For instance, did you know upon entering the ring, Muay Thai fighters will "seal the ring" in order to block out negative forces? From here they will preform a ritual dance known as the "Wai Kru" which pays respect to their teachers and family. Then they throw those elbows and knees ;) FOLLOW: Facebook | http://full.sc/1oyWAAF Twitter | http://full.sc/1mCEOuk Instagram | http://full.sc/1hhwtuJ
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The greatest muay thai fighter... It's a close call, but it's typically between these two men. Saenchai and Buakaw. Join me as we explore the skills and styles of these two living legends. Music: Free Download Hip Hop Instrumental - Numb (Smooth Type of Beat) Free Rap Instrumental - 7 Nation Army [FL Studio 10] Simple piano_cello_violin beat script: Saenchai Notice how saenchai lightly feints his lead leg, and his opponent reacts to it by raising the left leg. Huge reaction. Saenchai then comes in with very light jabs primarily using them to muffle his opponent vision. He then holds his opponents head with the last jab, and as his opponent drops the leg and resists forward, Saenchai basically forces a car crash of an elbow. This clip is a pretty standard jab, straight, round house, but watch the way he taunts his opponent after dodging his strike. Hahah thats so over exagerated, clearly taunting his opponent with playfulness. This gives us a sense of the kind of fighter Saenchai is. Lets continue. Saenchais opponent blitzes in, and saenchai backs away dodging the strikes. Then notice how he feints a teep kick with just his hand movement and speed rushing forward. He feels a big reaction from his opponent. He then feints his right hand reaching with it, raises his right leg as a feint, and his opponent reacted to the feint by tilting away, moving into the direction of saenchais real kick, a left roundhouse. This just to highlight weightclass is irrellevant to saenchai. He prefers fighting people bigger than him. In this clip, saenchai pulls his opponents right hand away from his face, and then slip in a left cross, then just appreciate the way he transitions into a combo based upon how his opponent reacted. Here saenchai rushes in, feints a teep, then feints a left hand, observes his opponents reaction, holds him from turning from that imbalanced position, sneaks to the otherside and demoralizes his opponent with a ninja status round house. Feint, round house, feints his right jab forcing his opponents guard up, oponent on one leg and abdomen open, eats a big straight, and after that Saenchai knows his opponent has no choice but to fall back, uses that window of time to taunt his opponent whilst having his opponent react to the taunt, demoralizing him. Lastly, his opponent over reacts to hits combo, and saenchai uses that as an opportunity to taunt his opponent pretended to throw strikes. Now that we've got a feel for how saenchai fights, lets move on to buakaw. Buakaw Beautifull... pulls down his opponents guard with the left, then throws a powerful right straight. As he pressures his opponent back, we have to appreciate how shredded this man is. His conditioning is absolotely ruthless. This is basically Buakaws style. He uses a body conditioned to stone, and devastating ferocious power to pressure you back. He calmly advances waiting for you to throw a strike from that paniced position, then ruthlessly tries to smash you with bottomless killer intent. He just advances foward looking for vulnerable areas, methodically pushing you with powerful strike by powerful strike, either waiting for you to make a mistake he can counter against, or corners you and breaks into a devastating flurry. His style is simple, with most of his moves easy to replicate for anyone. It's just his speed and conditioning paired with a mind and heart equally rock solid, using this ying and yang balance between calmly advancing yet ferociously smashing you... Body, heart, Mind, He is the quintiessential depiction of muay thai... Understanding their styles Both of these fighters are considered the greatest depending on who you ask, but one thing is for certain, their styles couldn't be any more different from eachother. Let's now extrapolate and understand their styles based upon the footage we just broke down starting with Saenchai Saenchai carries himself with an aura of playful dominance despite typically being smaller than his opponents. He almost looks as if he's never really serious, like you're his toy to play with, messing with your psychology through that frame. He's also obviously a master of misdirection. In our mind we have a portion of the brain known as frontal eye fields, and this portion is responsible for rapid targeted eye movement, or saccades. This targeted eye movement moves so fast, that your brain often hasn't painted a picture of what it actually sees while it's locked onto a target. Saenchai through his masterful use of feints, abuses this targeted rapid eye movement, using his speed to bait your attention, leaving you blind in another direction. This is Saenchai, a playful magician painting his killer intent with an unparralleled arsenal of moves behind that shroud of deception. Bua cow Buakaw is almost the exact reverse. His style is very easy to see for anyone, and I'm sure the first word that comes to mind, is beast. That is what he is, powerful, fearless...
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Check out MTP Fight Gear Here: https://mtpfightgear.com/ Get 10% off with my promo code: muaythaipros Learn how to throw a Muay Thai body kick correctly. This video features Ann Denlangu teaching how to throw the basic Muay Thai kick. While there are some variations among fighters, the basic principles of the kicks remain the same. It is important to understand that Muay Thai kicks can be devastating if you land them correctly. It is important for you to focus on trying to work on your technique first, before you focus on power. One of the keys to perfecting the kick is turning your hips. Not turning your hips over is the number one mistake that I notice people make when they kick. Another common mistake that people make when throwing a kick is not to return to a balanced position. I often see people throw kicks and become off balance when they kick. Special thanks to Ann Denlangu for teaching this technique. To learn more visit: http://muaythaipros.com
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Zebra Home Gym Packages► https://zebraathletics.com/brand/home-gym-packages/ The Muay Thai roundhouse kick is one of the most powerful strikes you can throw in a fight. However, many beginners have trouble throwing the kick correctly. Here are 5 common mistakes with the roundhouse. Drills to perfect your kicks►https://wp.me/p8gySu-4 FOLLOW: Facebook | http://bit.ly/fightTIPSFacebook Twitter | http://bit.ly/fightTIPSTwitter Instagram | http://bit.ly/fightTIPSInstagram
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I've teamed up with Taekwondo blackbelt champion and Muay Thai fighter, Cassie, to show you the best Muay Thai techniques, strategies and tactics to beat a TKD style fighter and their tricky kicks! FREE Trial To Nak Muay Nation: http://www.nakmuaynation.com FREE Muay Thai Masterclass: bitly.com/MuayThaiFreebie My Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/themuaythaiguy Cassie's Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/ca55andralynn
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People watch Muay Thai fights like Pakorn and Pornsanae and think that it's all there is to Muay Thai: sit in the pocket and trade until one person falls. This fight went viral for a reason, it sure makes entertainment, but no Muay Thai is NOT stand and bang. In fact every combat sport has the brawler. In MMA, Diego Sanchez, Chuck Liddell, Forrest Griffin / Stephan Bonnar, etc. are some easy examples. There's also the technical brawler, which is Max Holloway, Cody Garbrandt, and the Diaz brothers. Examples are plenty in MMA, kickboxing, and boxing, but yet Muay Thai is often characterized by fights like Pakorn and Pornsanae. Pornsanae's favorite fighter is Saenchai. In fact, both Pakorn and Pornsanae trained with Saenchai at 13 Coins gym for a while. Before 13 Coins, Saenchai trained at Jocky Gym, which included evasive geniuses like Somrak and Lerdsila. There are countless evasive technicians from the golden era, but yet the world does not know them. This is the purpose of my video, to spotlight the contrast between stand and bang style and the technician evasive style, which many "Muay Femur" fighters are. If you want to learn more about historic martial arts technique, check out my new book preview (60 pages free): http://www.LegendaryStriking.com I will be discussing all this in more detail in my book. Please give it a reading chance if you'd like to support my efforts.
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This Costume provides 2 muay thai moves to use in fighting
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TECHNIQUE VIDEO: Hand wrapping tutorial with Kro Oh. If you've ever wondered how to wrap your hands correctly, check out our newest technique video! http://www.tigermuaythai.com/ http://www.fightingthai.com/
Views: 201128 Tiger Muay Thai and MMA Training Camp, Phuket, Thailand
Training a combo with my training partner...This is how we do it at our gym... Our coach is from Rotterdam.. what more can I say? :)
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Create flow with this solo bag drill displayed by WBC Champion Eddie Abasolo. Dutch style flow, traditional Thai boxing fundamentals. This drill creates endless flow, both offensively and defensively. Eddie Abasolo of CSA Gym is back at it for the third week in a row - if you put all three drills to work during your time on the bag you are 110% more likely to get half of the swagger that this man possesses. The purpose of this movement is to teach you proper body mechanics. Consistently drilling these movements will enable you to create more power by putting every pound of your frame into each kick, punch, elbow or knee. Not only is your offense finding its mark, but your defense and balance will flow straight from your attack. Featured Gym - CSA Gym - Dublin, CA @CSAgym http://www.CSAgym.com/ Looking to increase your Muay Thai Boxing hand speed? Gain Knockout Power, and do it all with technical prowess? Get access to my FREE guide, 5 Lethal Boxing Drills for Muay Thai here: http://www.muaythaiathlete.com/thaibo... For more, Follow us! www.MuayThaiAthlete.com Facebook.com/MuayThaiAthlete Instagram.com/MuayThaiAthlete Twitter @MuayThaiAthlete Snapchat @MuayThaiAthlete
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http://www.phukettopteam.com Lerdsila PhuketTopTeam shows incredible Muay Thai Lean Back skills
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. Muay boran is not a single style but acts as an umbrella term for all traditional Siamese (Thai) styles of martial arts, such as Muay Chaiya, Muay Korat, Muay Tasao, and Muay Jerng. These ancient styles have their own unique guards, stance and striking techniques. Whereas Muay Thai is often called the "science of eight limbs", muay boran is said to make use of nawa awut which means "nine weapons", adding headbutts as ninth offensive in addition to the "eight limbs" of hands, legs, elbows and knees used in Muay Thai.
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Tiger Muay Thai and MMA training camp, Phuket, Thailand Master instructor Kru Yod teaches Muay Thai boxing technique in stance, movement, balance, and striking. Train like a Thai and fight like a Thai. http://www.tigermuaythai.com
When Muay Thai goes wrong! This martial art has it's origins in Thailand & many sports enthusiasts perform it. But it doesn't always end well for the practitioners in the ring. Support our Patreon today: https://www.patreon.com/theywillkillyou Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Follow us on Instagram: @theywillkillyou Voiceover by Carl Mason: [email protected] What is it? Muay Thai is also known as ‘the art of eight limbs’, or the ‘science of eight limbs’. Practitioners use eight points of contact. The whole body operates as a unit. The system coupled with highly effective clinching techniques as well as an intense conditioning regime makes Muay Thai something to be reckoned with in the world of martial arts. It was initially designed as a practical system to use. It outgrew its initial design and gained international fame in the twentieth century. Nowadays Muay Thai is widely spread. 4: Shock to the System Regardless the type of sport, it’s safe to say that cutting down to make weight is a universally-dreaded process. For 19-year-old Jordan Coe, Muay Thai was his passion and his love for the sport took him to Thailand. Originally from Maddiston, near Falkirk, Scotland, Coe who was known in the ring as Jordan Lamnammoon Muay Thai, was trying to drop down to 134 pounds. According to his trainer, in order to shed the remaining weight, Coe would run while wearing heavy gear. Where is located? As the name suggests, Muay Thai originated in Thailand, where it’s been a national sport since the 19th century. King Chulalonkorn rose to the throne in 1868 and he had a personal interest in Muay Thai. His reign ushered in a golden age for the country and the sport, which began taking its first steps towards modernization. Muay Thai eventually spread beyond the borders of its homeland and today it’s widely considered to be one of the most effective martial arts, with thousands of gyms worldwide. A Muay Thai practitioner is known as a ‘nak muay’ while foreign practitioners are sometimes referred to as ‘Nak Muay Farang’, which translates as ‘foreign boxer’. 3: Cardio In an amateur celebrity Muay Thai bout a professional bodybuilder named Pradip Subramanian squared off in Singapore against YouTube star and former Singapore idol contestant, Steven Lim. Subramanian stepped in as a replacement for Lim’s initial opponent, who couldn’t compete due to insurance complications. All the participants had had a medical check-up prior to it. One theory is that, as a bodybuilder, he wasn’t accustomed to the high level of cardio needed. How? King Rama VII, who reigned between 1925 and 1935, continued the modernization of Muay Thai that began in the 19th century. However, rope binding over the hands was still used between Thais. The rope binding, called Kaad Chuek, hardened the hands and knots were tied over the knuckles. Around the same time that modern gloves were introduced, the name Muay Thai gained traction while the style’s older form became known as Muay Boran. Following the victory, the Burmese King Mangra organized a week-long festival. 2: Split Lip Robbie Lawler and Rory MacDonald faced each other at UFC 189 for the welterweight championship. As Lawler gave his winning interview inside the Octagon those present in attendance and viewers from around the world could see that his upper lip was split. UFC President Dana White described it in an interview saying ‘he would talk and this part of the lip would move and the other part wouldn’t'. How? Muay Thai is a beautiful sport that can bring many benefits to a person’s life including discipline, an overall improvement of health, increasing ones self-confidence and many others. Nevertheless, it’s not without risks. If you’re a beginner, even before you start training, it’s very important you consult a doctor, preferably one with experience. Training for Thai’s often begins as young as six, and, because of the intensity of the sport, most of them have short careers. If you plan on doing it professionally then the best hope, as obvious as it may sound, is being faithful to your training. 1: Fracture Jeremy from France, took an elbow from his Thai opponent. It caused a fracture basically in the form of a hole in the middle of his forehead. A true testament to the toughness, Jeremy didn’t even feel dizzy and even kept going. His fracture was fixed with a titanium plate.
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TRAIN.EVOLVE.WIN ► http://full.sc/1jvVm8Z LEARN MUAY THAI ► http://full.sc/1fUb3Vr Muay Thai Lesson 1-23: Traditional vs Dutch Muay Thai Stance What is the difference between Traditional Muay Thai and Dutch Muay Thai? In today's Muay Thai Basics class, Shane compares Traditional vs Dutch Muay Thai. The first major difference is the fighting stance. The stance will affect how you block punches and defend against kicks. Look at fighters like Buakaw, Pakorn, and Senchai for an example of Traditional Muay Thai fighting. Fighters like Andy Souwer and Nieky Holzken favor a Dutch Muay Thai fighting style. Get My Fight Gym gear ► http://full.sc/1hJEmr2 ▼FREE TRAINING CONTENT▼ Facebook - http://full.sc/1fUbM9j Twitter - http://full.sc/1fUbDTk Instagram - http://full.sc/1nw1Wi1
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