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Fighting Insider is once again giving another set of fighting techniques. This time, we are giving you the basic Muay Thai punches. Get some warm up and hit the play button on the videos below.
Albeit one good kick can end a fight, legs aren’t enough. A good Muay Thai boxer uses punches to set up his kicks and knee strikes. It is also used to close the distance, until you can clinch or hit your opponent with your elbow. Compared to western boxing, a Thai boxer does not crouch, and do less weaving because it makes the kick difficult to set up.
In any fighting system, the jab is the most basic punch. Its primary function is to set up kicks, knees, elbows, clinches, and other punches. A jab is also used to stop an advancing opponent. From jab comes other variations of Muay Thai punches like Cross Jab, Hook, and Upper Cut. But to understand this basic Muay Thai punches fully well, a series of videos are provided after the break.Read the rest of the article »
Muay Thai is arguably the best striking form around today. Thanks to the popularity of mixed martial arts organizations like the UFC, people who otherwise would never have known about this, are getting a first hand look at it.
Now that Fighting Insider is done giving you some basic moves from Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, next on the list is Muay Thai. Arguably, Muay Thai is one of the best striking form there is nowadays. And because of mixed martial arts organizations like UFC, people who do not know this kind of fighting technique is getting a first-hand look at it.
So if you are interested in learning Muay Thai, check out Fighting Insider’s beginner’s guide. Just remember that stuffs you’ll be reading after the skip are just the basics. But Fighting Insider promises to bring in helpful fighting techniques in the future.Read the rest of the article »
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