Archive for July, 2006

TAKAE TEE CHUD Throws the knees and the elbows

Posted in Learn muay Thai boxing on July 5th, 2006

TakaeTeeChud
If the boxer throws the swinging left knee which is by the right side to the right elbow and strikes it to the left jaws of the opponent.

This trick is used for defense, or countermove or escape.

To protect: press down the right elbow to cover the right rib from the opponent’s left knee, and wipe the right elbow of the opponent to the back by throwing the left arm.

To counter: throw the left foot to the opponent’s abdomen.

If the boxer is a left handed fighter, reverse the descriptions from Right to left.

NGOO LAI TOOKKAE Alternately knees

Posted in Learn muay Thai boxing on July 4th, 2006

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The boxer throws the diagonal left knee to the opponent’s left rib, then throws the straight right knee to the opponent’s abdomen or chest rib and the left knee to the abdomen or the chest of the opponent.

Use this trick to attack when the opponent loses his balance.

To protect: sway the body and press the right elbow down to cover the right rib then twist the body to the right and press the left elbow down to cover the left rib.

To counter: throw the left foot to the opponent’s abdomen to make the opponent lose is balance then use the other tricks.

PRANG SATTROO The side-knees

Posted in Learn muay Thai boxing on July 3rd, 2006

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This trick is used for attack when the opponent loses his balance or to defend the close at tack, by throwing the elbow to throw the knee to the chin or the chest of the opponent.

To protect hold the both hands to cover the face and the chest by bending the elbow joint with the tip of the fists pointed to the head (as the plumb lines).

To counter: twist the body to the left or the right and throw the Elbow to the opponent’s rib.

CHUEY KHANG Kao Koo: 2 knees: the flying knees Kick

Posted in Learn muay Thai boxing on July 2nd, 2006

Cheykang

The boxer steps the right foot to the left foot, bends the knees and throws them to the opponent’s chin by jumping up and kneeing then strikes the both of elbows to the opponent’s face. This trick is used for attack or counter-move backward.

To protect: jumps back and holds up the left arm up to defencd the elbow from the high while holding down the right arm to defencd the knee from the low.

To counter: kicks the opponent’s leg (while jumping up) by the right foot then throws the right elbow to the opponent’s face.

YOK NANG swinging-knees

Posted in Learn muay Thai boxing on July 1st, 2006

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The boxer turns the body to the right and throws the left knee in the action of the swinging-knee-kick to the opponent’s rib.

This trick is used for defense when the opponent attacks close to the body.

To protect sway the body to the right and pull down to guard the ribs .

To counter: throw the left knee to the right rib of the opponent or to the abdomen.

If the boxer is a left handed fighter, reverse the descriptions from
Right to left.