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Muay Thai Equipments: Last but not least (Part2/2)

I could not say that the quality of Muay Thai equipment has no direct impact to the achievement of the training or the competition result, because it does!! (at least in some ways, that will be described later in this article). The quality of equipment is the key element for learners and teachers to pay… Read more »

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Muay Thai Stadium : Lumphini Stadium

For the real Muay Thai fans, no one never heard of this name. Lumphini has very long history and it is now the most famous Muay Thai stadium in Thailand. Not only for Thai, I could see the name of stadium mentioned on the websites and Muay Thai forum all over the world. It is… Read more »

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Duke Roufus, Muay Thai, Full Contact Kickboxing, MMA Kicks

I am quite really appreciate this video as the trainer mentioned about the most important thing when perform Muay Thai kicks. The main focus of this video is to emphasize that kicks should be driven by the entire of the body, not just using the power of the leg alone. Practicing in this way is… Read more »

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Being Thai! (Part2/2)

Don’t you feel strange to yourself if you are Mauy Thai fighter and performing Wai Kru Ram Muay without understanding why you have to do on what you are doing!!! Some questions have been raised about whether a person can learn Muay Thai and being good and excellent fighter without appreciating Thai culture and norms…. Read more »

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Muay Thai Gym : Rawai Muay Thai

www.rawaimuaythai.com The charm of Phuket, Thailand is not just represents the destination is one of the most popular travel destination in the world, but also the most popular destination for Muay Thai learners too. I once had a chance to visit Phuket recently with my closed friend who travel for just as a tourist, but… Read more »

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Muay Thai-Anuwat Kaewsamrit Vs Kongpipop Petchyindeet

The Art of Jor-Yang (เจาะยาง) “Jor-Yang” is the Thai slang to call kick attacks to the leg of opponent. Jor means to drill into and the word Yang means a tire, which refers to the lower leg. Many of sport and Muay Thai commentators in Thailand use this slang quite often and now everyone love… Read more »

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Muay Thai Equipments: Last but not least (Part 1/2)

While many of students focus on the lessons and there are millions of questions about how to improve skills and performance, the question about look fog good Muay Thai equipment seem rare in number and it seems to be the last thing that Muay Thai people ask for. I took part in many of Muay… Read more »

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Muay Thai Site: mymuaythai.com

www.muaythaisite.com This website may unlike any other Muay Thai website because I can see not many sections that they have for Muay Thai. But when I start to cruise around, what I can see in the to menu is that there were only top sections; Contender Asia and Camps. Once after carefully browsing, I found… Read more »

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2007 King’s Birthday World Muay Thai Championships

Losing Control I would like to emphasize on the importance of controlling defensive approach. This tournament was organised in order to celebrate the King of Thailand’s birth day and these two fighters performed very exciting fight. I actually do not know these two fighters and in fact, I can see the stance of the guy… Read more »

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Being Thai! (Part1/2)

For me, I personally believe that no matter which type of martial art we are learning, what will be automatically learnt together with the martial art is the culture and norms of the country or people that the martial arts belongs to; you should know Koreans tradition that involve to Tekwando, you should know what… Read more »