Boxing Sparring Drill For Inside Fighting
We all know how important it is as a Muay Thai fighter to have a strong outside game with long range kicks, teeps and knees…
…but what about fighting, or more specifically, boxing on the inside?
In Muay Thai there are a variety of different ranges you’ll find yourself in when face to face with your opponent. One of the most uncomfortable range (for some) is on the inside where you’re outside of clinching range, but close enough to utilize strong boxing combos.
And I don’t know about you, but I LOVE throwing hard hands in the pocket and exchanging with my opponents (or at least when I get the better end of it).
One of my favorite boxing drills to do to improve my inside fight game one the you might see circling around on social media with fighters standing with one foot in a tire and then bangin’ it out until the end of the round… and that’s exactly what I’m about to show you.
Inside Boxing Drill for Muay Thai
I’m a HUGE believer in having a strong boxing foundation as a Muay Thai fighter. With my initial start being in a boxing gym, I was able to utilize my fast, heavy hands in order to finish a number of my opponents with devastating boxing combos.
That being said, in order to land my hands, I needed to set them up with my other 6 limbs (kicks, knees and elbows) which I have been getting better at throughout my career.
On the other side of the coin, my friend and training partner Paul “The Reaper” Banasiak from Muay Thai Athlete (and Golden Gloves finalist) uses his hand combinations to set up his powerful knees to the body or kicks to the head.
Regardless of how you use your hands, it’s important to know how to use them specifically for boxing…
… and that’s why Paul and I have created a comprehensive course on this aspect of the fight game called:
Boxing For Muay Thai: The Sweet Science Within The Art of 8 Limbs
We are still finishing up some filming and editing for this INSANELY detailed and informative course that covers basically everything you need to know to develop powerful, lightning fast hands and a solid understanding of the tactics and strategies we’ve used throughout our combined 50+ fights.
- Basic footwork and stances
- Distance control and timing
- Dynamic solo and partner boxing drills
- Defensive maneuvers, counters and tactics
- Advanced footwork and head movement philosophy
- Fight strategies against taller AND shorter opponents.
- Pad holding techniques and training methods
- Baiting tactics to catch your opponent off guard
- Southpaw vs orthodox tactics
- And much, MUCH more.
Are you looking to improve your boxing skills and add more explosive power to your hands? Then this Boxing For Muay Thai video course was made for you!