Posted On:6/28/2006 5:56am
crap, think he got a hold of this post.
I've been e-mailing him about who teaches the kickboxing course.
but he will not reply back too me!!!
ARGUMENTUM AD LATINUM DICTIONAIRUM
Posted On:6/28/2006 6:31am
Style: Argumenta ad Rem
You have to admire the humility of a man who signs his e-mails "Grandmaster."
He is certainly not a grandmaster of grammar or spelling.
Posted On:6/28/2006 7:26am
**** wish i could download these video's and see how horrible they are. dammit!!!
Posted On:6/28/2006 7:46am
Style: Chinese Boxing
Bottom line dude, is that you should go in and take a few classes and judge for yourself rather than doing an internet inquiry.
Posted On:6/28/2006 8:12am
I am in the middle of one of our summer camps with 75 children from the city plus regular classes at night. Sorry, the kick boxing is graded by Matt and my-self and we issue the rank. The instructor for the DVD information is:
Follow along as Master Kumron Vaitayanon, a retired professional Muay Thai fighter with over 80 wins in Thailand, teaches you the essential skills of Muay Thai, a powerful full contact style that uses fists, feet, elbows and knees to punish opponents. This hard hitting DVD takes you inside Master K's gym as he works with his fighters, showing you how they train and teaching you the finer points of this brutal art including:
Wrapping your hands for working out and for a fight
The most powerful and devastating ways of executing the punches of Muay Thai: the jab, the straight punch and the hook
The awesome knockout power of the Muay Thai elbow and the many ways of striking with the elbow
Exactly which targets to aim for to end a fight by a knockout or a cut, particularly using Master K's specialty: the elbow to the face
Training using pads and light to full contact partner work
Methods for combining footwork with hand skills for high impact results
The two most commonly used kicks in Muay Thai: the push kick and the roundhouse kick
The most essential kicking/punching combinations
The secret to taking full contact kicks day after day in training
Training methods for kicking and knee strikes including the heavy bag, body protector and pads
The best way to combine your kicks and footwork for deception and speed
The fundamental footwork of Muay Thai
The correct Muay Thai skills to use in each fighting range, in the ring or on the street
The fundamentals of clinching, including how to use the clinch to punish your opponent with knee strikes to the head and body
The proper method of breathing for power and stamina
The use of the knee in Muay Thai, including several methods of striking to the body and head
Effective defensive use of kicks to stop your opponent's hand strikes
There are two DVDs in this set.
Posted On:6/28/2006 8:24am
holy **** I don't think this guy is legit seems like he's training off the old panther instructional or somehting. I think thats why his face is not shown on the muay thai home study.
Can someone e-mail master K and ask him if this is one of his black belt students??
I think this guy is the ultimate BS'er.
Posted On:6/28/2006 8:30am
You know I'm one second away in putting you on ignore Genki.
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