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    Muay Thai Combinations

    I recently puchased a heavy bag and i want to practice some MT combos on it.



    Any ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by papoose_546 View Post
    Any ideas?
    Train at a Muay Thai gym?

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    what do you mean dude?

    you don't train or have no knowledge at all, and you want to learn some combos from here.If so, put your sandbag against a wall and bullrush on it (do some kind of a headbutt) till you break your neck.its a good combo.

    But If you mean, you have a kind of sandbag that you cannot do all of the combos (maybe its too small or something I dont know) and want to learn how to use it....ummm....why did you buy it at the first place dude.whatever.Maybe you can describe your bag and some experienced guy may help you.

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    OMG why it's so hard to be understood in these forums.


    I asked for some good ideas of combos to train at home and look at the answers i got.

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    i once thought making figure 4's with my legs off my back in the living room would help me with my triangle.

    then i took a class in bjj.

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    Quote Originally Posted by papoose_546 View Post
    OMG why it's so hard to be understood in these forums.
    Generally it's either:
    1] You're asking the wrong questions
    2] You're posting in the wrong forum
    3] You're asking the wrong people

    hint: it doesn't appear to be 2 or 3... (although maybe 2...)

    I asked for some good ideas of combos to train at home and look at the answers i got.
    For the record, the best answer to the question you asked is "ask your coach... he'll tell you what you need to work on".

    If you aren't training MT at the moment, your question maybe should have been phrased something like "hey, I'm currently training in TKD, but I really would like to be training in MT, but there's nowhere local to me. I've bought a heavy bag and would like an idea of the kind of combos I should be working on, so if anyone has any ideas, or any online resources where I can find combos, drills etc, I'd appreciate the help".
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    Quote Originally Posted by sochin101 View Post
    If you aren't training MT at the moment, your question maybe should have been phrased something like "hey, I'm currently training in TKD, but I really would like to be training in MT, but there's nowhere local to me. I've bought a heavy bag and would like an idea of the kind of combos I should be working on, so if anyone has any ideas, or any online resources where I can find combos, drills etc, I'd appreciate the help".

    You the only person feelin' me.



    And omg this pointyshinyburn guy does nuthing but answer each question like ""train bjj , train box , train muay thai"".wtf is wrong with you?

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    Combo: jab jab jab jab. Take some classes at your local gym bro, you will have plenty to work on.

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    Where do you live? Someone can help you look for a Muay Thai gym

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