Posted On:3/17/2007 6:54pm
Style: San Shou Kickboxing
im just starting muay thai after finally being able to locate a club, does any1 have any tips for me apart from the obvious "watch out for elbows"? I've been involved in other forms of kickboxing for a while now so im not a total noob, but does any1 have any do's and dont's that might keep my '6 years without a broken nose' intact?
thanks for all useful replies
Posted On:3/17/2007 8:07pm
1. Don't bob at the knees or weave from the waist .
2. Keep your guard up .
3. Ask your coach .
4. Remember to expose your back as a defensive tactic .
Originally Posted by Bodhi108
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Posted On:3/18/2007 7:57pm
Style: Kitty Pow Pow!!!
Don't be afraid to ask your coach questions and make suggestions for what you'd like to learn (I'm talking about basics like clinch fighting and what not, not some Ong Bak nonsense). Don't worry about elbows. You should never need to "watch out" for them unless you're fighting professional muay thai in California or somewhere abroad. Anyway, this belongs in Guantanamo Bay.
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Posted On:3/20/2007 12:57am
Style: Muay Thai, Boxing
Best advice: Find a great coach, attend class regularly, be humble and friendly to everyone there and do whatever your coach tells you to.
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