Confidence is like the ground for a fighter: if it’s not there, you can’t plant your foot – and you lose all traction. Sean & Paul talk about building self-belief for fighting. . .
Without a your trickiest setup, no brilliant KO is possible. Lucky shots aside, you need to set up your knockout blow several moves ahead of time – just like Sean Fagan does in this tutorial. . .
Switch hitting is a tricky technique that confuses your opponent & readies them for your KO strike. Jason “The Nak Muay Ninja” Lee and Sean Fagan team up for this lesson on switch hitting . .
Destroy your opponent’s legs with these brilliant setups from Jason “Nak Muay Ninja” Lee. Leg kicks slow them down, tire them out and eventually, put them down. . .
When the superman punch lands flush, it’s a thing of beauty. GSP is the king of this technique, but it’s a long-standing staple in a nak muay’s arsenal. . .
Southpaw left kicks are absolutely lethal. Not only do the uncommon stance and angles serve to confuse, but a big kick to the dome will send anyone crashing to the canvas. Here’s how to defend against it. . .
The Muay Thai Guy is missing! No, OK, there’s nothing to worry about! – because Jason Farrell of Level Up Gym is replacing Sean in this week’s TMTG. . .
Block and counter your opponent – that’s where the perpendicular roads of offense and defense cross. Norasing Lukbanyai shows five block-and-counter combinations. . .
Practicing Muay Thai at any age can be a daunting task, but it’s far more concerning the older you get. These two 47-year-olds prove, though, that age is just a number – and Muay Thai is eternal. . . …
Head kick setups are necessary to punch home that elusive head kick KO that every nak muay dreams of landing.