Muay Thai – The Art of Fighting


Muay Thai – The Art of Fighting

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Words from Authors.First and Foremost.Techniques described in this book are meant to damage and even kill your opponent, though being properly executed are very damaging and some are potentially lethal.
Practice and use them with caution – it’s your and own responsibility.
There are lots of gyms, schools and training camps where Muay Thai is taught.
Cause Muay Thai is living art there are myriads of variations of how to call this or that technique, how to execute this or that strike or training drill.
So if you find out that there are some differences between what you are taught and what you read in this book – don’t worry .
Use your common sense, try both ways, chose what suits you more.
This book isn’t meant to show the only way, it is meant to help to choose YOUR OWN WAY.
There are three authors of this book, but in order to make reading easier, all advices are given as from one author.
Many of you can ask why so few pictures and where are all these fancy diagrams and stepping patterns? This book lacks them on purpose.
We found out that lots off beginners try to imitate what they see (in the gym or in the book) without understanding.
And it becomes even worse if someone decides that he can do it after only reading about it.
We want you, our reader, to benefit from this book.
As so – try all you read in it at your gym, with your partner, ask your trainer about it, discuss it with your friends.
In other words – try to fill , try to catch the essence of techniques and drills.
Understanding technique is simple, correct execution is much more difficult – but that’s the goal .
Here is the table of contents so you know what you could get:
Chapter 1.History and Traditions of Muay Thai
Muay Thai Chronology
Thai Musical Instruments for Boxing
Beginner Initiation Ritual
Pre-fight Ritual
Wai Kru
Muay Thai Terminology
Chapter 1.Cherng Muay (Traditional Basics)
Cherng Mad 15 Cherng (15 punches)
Cherng Sok 24 Cherng (24 elbow strikes)
Cherng Khao 11 Cherng (11 knee strikes)
Cherng Thao 15 Cherng (15 kicks)
Chapter 2.Kon Muay Thai (Traditional Techniques)
Kae Mad 29 Kon
Kae Thao 23 Kon
Kae Khao 3 Kon
Kae Sok 4 Kon
JuJom 23 Kon
Chapter 3.
The Master Tricks and The Complimentary Tricks
15 Mae Mai
Control of Breath
Stance and Footwork in Detail
Defensive Head Movements
Kicking When It Is Too Close To KickGoing “Dirty”Muay Thai: Throws and TakedownsClinch (Prumb)
Chapter 3.
Movements of Using Muay Thai Art15 Look Mai
Basic CombinationsMore Combination
Chapter 4.
Training Drills, Conditioning and etc.
Training Drills
Improving Punching Power
Favorite Drills
Medicine Ball Drills
Neck Wrestling Drills
Thai Pad Drills
Build Explosiveness
Kicking Speed
Training to Fight!How not to Flinch, Blink or Turn Away
Beginner Muay Thai Training Schedule
Conditioning the Shins
Common Muay Thai Injuries Dealing with Psychological Problem of “Getting Hit” Basic Technique in Meditation Practice
Chapter 5.Hand Wrapping
Muay Thai Hand Wrapping Pro-Boxing Hand Wrapping Hand Wrapping for Heavy Bag Training Enjoy!



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