Select Page

Category: Muay Thai Techniques

The Ultimate Guide to the Teep (Part 5) – How to Increase Power in Your Teep

While the teep is a technique that does not require a lot of power to be effective, when you add power to your teep it can be a devastating offensive and defensive weapon. A strong teep can knock an incoming opponent across the ring, or it can even KO an opponent if you place it in the right location. Increasing the power in your teep is something that requires you to master the basic fundamentals before you start trying to throw them with power. As a beginner, you shouldn’t worry about power until you can perform the technique with...

Read More

The Ultimate Guide to the Teep (Part 2) – How to Throw a Front Teep

In my last article, I talked about why you should learn how to throw a teep. I broke down the offensive and defensive benefits of the teep, and why this technique is one of the most used techniques among Thai fighters. You can read my previous article here This article is going to break down how to throw a teep correctly. While the fundamentals of the teep will remain the same, there will be slight differences regarding the footwork, contact point, and hand position. Every fighter has a unique body and set of skills that will dictate how the...

Read More

How to Escape the Double Collar Tie (Two Hands Around Neck)

One of the most vulnerable positions you will find yourself in the clinch is when your opponent has two hands around your neck. This is a position that is difficult to escape for people who don’t have experience. Beginners will try to push away from their opponent when they have they get their necks wrapped up, but this is the wrong thing to do. Trying to push your opponent away when you are locked in a double collar tie will not only look bad to the judges (it shows you are weak and vulnerable), but it will also put you in...

Read More

The Ultimate Muay Thai Guide to Straight (Forward) Knees

This guide will train you on one of the most fundamental weapons in Muay Thai – the Straight (forward) Knee! All of the best Muay Thai fighters in Thailand have perfected this technique. In Muay Thai fights that are judged in Thailand, a fighter who uses his knees more effectively will often win the fight. If you want to be a good Muay Thai fighter, you will need to learn the fundamentals of the Muay Thai knee. One thing I’ve noticed from reading the different guides and videos about knees online is that there is a lot of misinformation...

Read More

Boxing For Muay Thai: Best Boxing Combos Wickedly Effective for Muay Thai

After being down in Thailand for about three years, it’s pretty obvious that the weakest part of the Muay Thai game here is the boxing. I do know that outside of Thailand in Europe, Australia, and North America, there is more emphasis placed on using hands in a Muay Thai fight, and as such, the level of boxing is higher. But in Thailand, especially among Thai’s, their boxing is often quite weak as applied to Muay Thai. This means they often have a limited arsenal of simple hand combos used in a Muay Thai fight that may or may...

Read More

Visit Our Store

Popular Posts

Sidebar ad 300x600

Pin It on Pinterest