counters

Thai kick counters
  • Hop back
  • Knee shield
  • Long foot jab
  • Side foot jab
  • Cut kick

Foot jab counters
  • Hop back (guard with distance)
  • Back hand scoop to inside
  • Front hand scoop to outside
  • L knee block inward
  • Long foot jab (hop to inside angle and return to stomach)
  • Long foot jab (jam it before it gets started)

Jab counters
  • Catch
  • Scoop
  • Parry
  • Slip
  • Teep
  • Teep ka
  • Knee
  • Shoulder roll & kick

Cross counters
  • Slip outside & L hand parry outside
  • Bob left
  • Shoulder stop
  • Long foot jab
  • R kick
  • Shoulder roll & L inner thigh kick
  • Upward elbow shield
  • Straight knee #1
  • Straight knee #2

Hook counters
  • Boxing cover
  • Bob & weave
  • Upper elbow (hit if early, cover if late)
  • Upper elbow with shoulder stop
  • Slip back (dead trap)

Elbow counters
  • Inside jam
  • Outside slip & jam
  • Forearm lift
  • Pat & forearm lift
  • Outside upper elbow shield
  • Pass

Knee counters
  • Parry outside
  • Parry inside
  • Curve knee
  • Hop back

Counters to spin kicks
  • Lean back
  • Cut kick
  • Long foot jab
  • Knee shield

pad Combinations

TBA Techniques



Listed below are a few of Ajarn Chai's Thai pad combinations. Ajarn Chai has some combinations, such as the 4 count series, that are basic building blocks for other combinations. This seems to be unusual among Thai trainers, most of whom have few if any basic building block-type combinations. Many Thai pad combinations can be quite short, while others can get pretty involved. Remember that form, speed & power are much more important than the length of the combination.

In the future we will be adding sections for the combinations of different Thai trainers. This will help you see how different trainers approach combination and pad training.

Jab cross series

1. J-C L hook
2. J-C L elbow
3. J-C R elbow
4. J-C L knee
5. J-C R knee
6. J-C L kick
7. J-C R kick


Four count series

1. (R-L-R-L)
2. (L-R-L-R)
3. (R-L-R-R)
4. (L-R-L-L)




R kick, L hook, R cross, L kick
L kick, R cross, L hook, R kick
R kick, L hook, R cross, R kick
L kick, R cross, L hook, L kick

TBA 15 count (required for instructor certification)

1. Parry feeder's cross
2. Upward elbow for feeder's hook
3. L elbow
4. R elbow
5. K knee
6. L kick
7. R cross
8. L hook
9. R knee
10. R kick
11. Long foot jab to stop the feeder's cross
12. Bob left away from feeder's second cross
13. L hook
14. R cross
15. R kick


16 count

1. Long foot jab
2. L kick
3. R cross
4. L hook
5. R kick
6. Long foot jab, holder parries outside & returns R kick
7. Shield
8. L kick to L inner thigh
9. L kick to pad
10. R cross
11. L hook
12. R kick

Variable end of 16 count (A - E counters to R cross)

1. #2 knee
2. R elbow
3. L elbow
4. Push & kick

B)

1. Upward elbow shield
2. R elbow
3. L elbow
4. Push & kick

C)

1. Parry outside
2. R elbow
3. R knee
4. R kick

D)

1. Shoulder stop
2. R kick
3. R knee
4. R kick

E)

1. Long foot jab
2. R kick
3. R knee
4. R kick



TBA 17 count (required for instructor certification)

1. Long foot jab
2. L kick
3. R cross
4. L hook
5. R straight knee #2
6. L elbow
7. R elbow
8. R straight knee #2
9. R kick
10. L hook
11. R cross
12. L kick
13. R knee
14. R kick
15. L hook
16. R cross
17. Grab neck /w L hand to plum & 6 skip knees swing out to double kick


18 count

1. Feeder gives long foot jab, you parry w/ L hand outside
2. R kick to back of feeder's leg
3. R kick
4. L hook
5. R cross
6. L kick
7. Feeder gives R kick, you shield w/ L leg
8. L kick to feeder's inner thigh
9. L kick
10. R cross
11. L hook
12. R kick
13. Feeder gives you R cross, you shoulder stop w/ L hand
14. R cross
15. L hook
16. R elbow
17. R knee
18. R kick


Spin kick series

1. Feeder spin kicks, you lean back
2. R kick
3. R cross
4. L hook
5. R kick
6. Feeder spin kicks, you cut kick
7. R cross
8. L hook
9. L kick
10. L kick
11. Feeder spin kicks, you long foot jab
12. L kick
13. R cross
14. L hook
15. R kick
16. Feeder spin kicks, you knee shield
17. L elbow
18. R elbow
19. L knee
20. R kick


16 count

1. Lean back to evade holder's R kick
2. R kick
3. R knee shield to holder's L kick
4. L upward elbow shield feeder's R cross
5. R elbow
6. L elbow
7. R elbow & R hand grab behind neck
8. R straight knee
9. R curve knee
10. R curve knee
11. L elbow
12. R elbow & L hand grab behind neck
13. L straight knee
14. L curve knee
15. L curve knee
16. Push & L kick



Cross series

1. Straight knee #2 against feeder's R cross
2. R elbow
3. L elbow
4. Push & R kick
5. L upward elbow shield against feeder R cross
6. R elbow
7. L elbow
8. Push & kick
9. L hand outside parry & slip against feeder's R cross
10. L elbow
11. R knee
12. R kick
13. L hand shoulder stop against feeder's R cross
14. R kick
15. R knee
16. R kick
17. Long (L) foot jab against feeder's R cross
18. R kick
19. R knee
20. R kick


5, 10 & 2

1. 5 R kicks
2. Lock up, grab one hand first, then cover and keep head to one side
3. 10 skip knees
4. Swing feeder out to your left
5. Follow right away with 2 R kicks

Variation: can be done as 10, 15 and 5

Minnesota shuffle

Alternate for full round:

* 30 seconds of 2 R kicks & 2 L kicks
* 15 seconds of 3 R kicks & 3 L kicks


Five by Fives

* 1 R kick
* 2 R kicks
* 3 R kicks
* 4 R kicks
* 5 R kicks
* 4 R kicks
* 3 R kicks
* 2 R kicks
* 1 R kicks

That makes 1. Do this five times to wind up with 5x5's. Then do on left side. That's one complete set of 5x5's.

bokator

bok - hit
tor - lion

Cambodian Bloodsport PART 1 OF 5
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Cambodian Bloodsport PART 2 OF 5
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Cambodian Bloodsport PART 3 OF 5
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Cambodian Bloodsport PART 4 OF 5
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Greg nelson's muay thai clinch

Greg nelson's muay thai clinch

counter 5
neck & arm pull
same side

counter 6
neck & arm pull
opposite side

counter 7
hip check




inside counters 1
over to under

inside counters 2
under to over

inside counters 3
neck & trap control

inside counters 4
neck & trap control
with lat grab

inside counters 5
head & elbow crunch

inside counters 6
double elbow lift

warrior vs soldier

warrior fights as an individual
soldier fights in a team

humility

To be a boxer, one must not lack courage.it is important to make
oneself accustomed to pain and danger without any fear.
Courage is both power and might which one's task successful either in a
game, a fight, or a serious duty.

Boxing is an art which needs frequent training and practice.
It is imperative not to be over confident of one's own ability.
It should be etched in the mind always that " man should not underestimate
others" Any boxer who is too proud of himself and likes to quarrel
and fight with the others outside the ring is not in
any way a brave man or a capable boxer, but a bully whose mind is
filled with hatred and anger.

A real boxer will never bully or intimidate anyone.
Even he is provoked, he should restrain himself from retaliating
for fear of damaging his reputation.
He should not show off his skill but be humble....outside the ring
is different from inside the ring, a true boxer will only fight
in the ring.
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snatch & the grey man

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