Today, we are going over a sequence of mobility exercises that can help you get warmed up for you muay thai, Brazilian jiu jitsu, or wrestling practice.
In this video, we're going to use three heavy bag drills to develop the timing of your knee strike.
In this video, we're going to look at four heavy bag drills to improve the timing of your roundhouse kick.
In this video, we're going to be looking at three drill ideas to improve the level of your teep.
Here are three different counters to the teep or push kick. Since the teep is the longest strike in muay Thai, all three of these will be from long range.
I'm going to explain three counters to the classic muay Thai roundhouse kick. This involves a series of sweeps that will dump your opponent on the ground.
We've gone over counters to the cross and the jab. This week we go into detail on three different counters to the hook.
This week we're going to go over three counters to the jab - one close-range, mid-range, and long-range tactic - and utilize our elbows, knees, and roundhouse kick.
This week I'm teaching you three counters to the cross. I'll go over a close-range, mid-range, and long-range tactic in great detail.
We'll start with exactly what part of the knee you should be striking with and then discuss how to throw the most powerful knee strike possible.
Shadow boxing helps you warm up and also helps develop the cadence and rhythm of your fighting game. Watch this videos for tips on how to do it properly and get the most out of practice time.
In this video we examine how to properly block the rear-leg roundhouse kick. We cover three important details that make or break this technique.
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