The Complete Muay Thai Home Study Course -Secrets from Thailand
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Content DVD1 A Round With Kru Bee: See exactly how a former Lumpini champion recommends you train with the pads! If you want to be a champ then do what champs do! Combos By Kru Den”: How to train various combinations on the pads that will maximize your fighting ability! Punching to Low Kick Combos: Kru Bee shows you how to set up low kicks on both of the opponents legs – front and rear! Pad Skool: Lean the time tested ways of holding and training with the pads from the trainers at Chay Yai Muay Thai gym.
Goin’ Ballistic: A sweet combination that will really test your coordination! Block Kick, Knee, and Elbow: How to level an opponent who tries to throw a kick at you! Jab, Back Spin Elbow: Hardly anyone expects a back spinning elbow.
This move can muster an incredible amount of power.
Here’s how you can throw and land yours! Content DVD2 Countering the Body Clinch: If you’ve never been caught in a body clinch, rest assured that it can really SUCK to get stuck in this thing and while getting pummeled to death with knees.
This move will show you ho to to get out! Using the “Loose Grip”: A currently popular way to clinch – “loosely”.
This style of gripping will offer you more flexibility in attack.
to help you flow well off of your jab.
“Snaking” Out of the Body Clinch: Counter the body clinch while preventing your opponent from even getting off a knee against you! 3 Battle Tested Grips: Learn these classic clinch grips that will make your clinch “rock solid”! Head Wrap and Knee: Catch you next opponent with this move! A great way to trap his head and make him vulernable to a knee! Neck Grab Counter: A great fighter needs to have flawless ways of dealing with the neck grab! This move is sure to fit the bill.
Muscle Spikes: PUNISH your opponent’s biceps and thighs with these nasty tricks.
“Don’t Forget About My Elbow”: Surprise move “right up the middle”! Let your opponent be the one who forgets about this one! “Clinch Skool”: A masterful example and display of world class clinching.
Watch and learn! “Off Balancing Drill”: Off-balancing your opponent in the clinch is important for setting up strikes and throws.
This drill is the best way we know of for making that skill “second nature”.
Defeating the Puncher Tactics: Simple effective tactics that will show you how to use your clinching skills to defeat and disable a “boxing” style opponent.
Knee Strategy: All the fundamentlas for delivering powerful, gut-wrenching, melon-busting knee strikes.
Straight knees, round knees, flying knees, etc.
– it’s all right here.
“Head Lift”: You’ll appreciate this safe and simple way to get out of an opponent’s clinch.
How to Stop the Head Push: A nice “re-counter” to an opponent who is trying to escape your clinch with the head push.
“Head Trick”: Rarely seen strong arm tactic that puts your opponent in a VERY VULERNABLE POSITION – making him a virtual “sittin’ duck” for your knees.
How to Stop the “Clincher”: What are going to do if someone is a better clincher than you? With this strategy you’ll be able to shut down his clinch from the get-go! Content DVD3 Using the Muay Thai Kick: Learn and appreciate these important points when throwing your kick! How to Use Kicks to Defeat a Puncher: Facing someone who’s a better boxer than you? You’ll need your legs and a good “kicker’s strategy” in dealing with this guy.
Let Kru Bee show you how to handle this situation.
How To Set Up the Head Kick: Without a doubt, landing a solid headkick on an opponent is perhaps the most “crowd pleasing” and exciting way to defeat an opponent.
How to Set Up the Low Kick: Perfect your leg kicking skills and increase your landing percentage with these set-ups! Using the Muay Thai Teep: How to use the front kick in ways you probably haven’t thought of.
Kicking Fakes: How to fake out your opponent and land that blow of destruction Elbow Overview: All the fundamentals on developing those nasty elbows.
How to Use the Elbow to Defeat a Puncher: Sometimes a guy who focuses on punching can be WIDE OPEN for a swift elbow shot.
Here’s how to do it.
Elbow Defense: Crucial stuff here on how to not be on the wrong end of a viscious blow.
Grab Kick and Blast: How to take out your enemy after you grab his kick.
Sneaking in the Uppercut Elbow: How to land this sweet surprise.
Underneath Catch and Slam: An advanced way to deal with an opponent’s kick Training the Low Kick: To develop good low kicking skills, you need proper technique and a lot of practice! This section will give you tips on both, as well as getting maximum power out of your kick.
Countering the Low Kick: Don’t be a sucker for a low kick! It only takes a few to really hobble you! Train these counters and unleash some surprises on the next guy that tries it! Content DVD4 Range Discussion: How to better understand what technique to use and when to use it.
Stance and Footwork: A building is only as strong as its foundation.
This shows you how to make sure yours is correct.
Expert Mitt Work: Watch and learn how to hold and “feed” the mitts properly so that you can maximize your partner’s fighting skill.
Front Leg Sweep Kick: Opponent attacks you, you kick his front leg right out from underneath him and put him down.
Knee Walking: A nice warmup drill done all the time in Thailand.
Scoop, Back Spin Elbow: Make an enemy eat your back spin elbow when he doesn’t expect it.
Lead Leg Save Moves: Good ways to deal with an attacker trying to kick your lead leg.
How to Punch a “Kicker”: Strategy on how to get inside his kicks and land your fists.
Invitation to Train in Thailand: Think you can go to fight or just train? Foreigners welcome! Dealing with the Front Kick: How to punish your opponent for throwing a front kick at you.
Punch Trip: A good move for self-defense or the ring.
Lead-Arm “Superman”: A rarely seen setup!.
How to throw a fake that sets up a lead arm “superman punch”!
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