With a Muay Femur fighter, you are witnessing the technical beauty of Muay Thai. Long-range sniping, clever movements and extreme confidence are hallmarks of the femur style. . .
Closing the distance on your opponent is a critical skill to develop for Muay Thai. Without it, short fighters will always lose to tall ones. . .
A classic clash of styles from 2014, this one pits Muangthai the muay khao against Pokkeaw the muay maat. What will win out? Elbows or fists, Muangthai or Pokkeaw. . .
Break through the turtle shell of your defensive opponent with these techniques. . .
There are few things more jarring to the system than first landing in Thailand and stepping out into the brutal Thai heat. It can put a cramp in the style of any fresh-faced nak muay! Beat the heat (and …
Recovery is an integral part of training for combat sports. No matter how hard you try, you will get hurt in the gym. The key is to recover quickly and bounce back in time for the next hard session. …
The dynamic teep has been known to accomplish everything from knockbacks to knockouts. It stuns, winds, deflates, exhausts, and hurts opponents – all in one swift, stabbing strike forward. . .
Replacing gloves isn’t a cut-and-dry science. There are levels of “broken down” that we are able to accept in a glove. Here, though, are five signs that it’s time to say goodbye to favorite pair of Muay Thai gloves. …
Sam-A, one of the best nak muay fighting right now, proved his elite status against Sergio Wielzen at ONE Championship. Our own Angela Lee breaks this one down. . .
Weight cutting has long been a part of combat sports. When done safely, it allows for fair fights. When done recklessly, it can ruin fights – and lives. . .