Catch And Throw

Catching a kick is an alternative method to blocking a kick. After catching an opponent’s kick, there are numerous different techniques that can be used in order to counter the attack and take advantage of the opponent being balanced on one leg. In this video, Muay Thai World Champion Orono…

Body Shot (Jab)

In this video you will learn the body shot jab. In boxing, the body shot is an excellent punch that can be used to cause significant damage to an opponent. It is very important to mix up the levels of your attacks with both punches to the head and the…

Armbar From Full Guard

The armbar is one of the most prolific submissions in BJJ.  It is a highly effective submission that can be applied from a wide range of positions.  The armbar is one of the first submissions that every BJJ practitioner should learn.  In this video, BJJ No-Gi World Champion Takeo Tani…

3 Side Control Escapes

Side control is one of the most dominant positions in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ). It’s also one of the worst positions to be in when you’re on the bottom. If you find yourself on the bottom you will want to get out of there as quickly as possible. In this video, BJJ…

Clinch Pull Knee Left

When engaged in the clinch position, both fighters will look to gain an advantage over the other in order to land elbow or knee strikes. Pulling the opponent in the clinch is an excellent way to off balance an opponent before throwing a knee strike. Once the balance of the…

Lean Back Defense

The lean back defense is an evasive technique that is used to avoid a high kick. Rather than blocking a kick with your leg, the lean back takes the target completely out of reach from the kick. This means zero damage is taken. It also creates an excellent opportunity to…

5 Ways To Escape The Mount Position

The mount is one of the most dominant positions in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu or MMA. If you find yourself on the bottom of this position it is imperative to try and escape immediately. In this video, 2x BJJ World Champion Teco Shinzato from the EVOLVE Fight Team demonstrates 5 different ways…

Clinch Pull Knee Right

When engaged in the clinch position, both fighters will look to gain an advantage over the other in order to land elbow or knee strikes. Pulling the opponent in the clinch is an excellent way to off balance an opponent before throwing a knee strike. Once the balance of the…

Jab Cross

The jab cross combination, also referred to as the 1-2, is a “bread and butter” combo that is seen very often in boxing competition. It is a very versatile combination, and it can be thrown in conjunction with other strikes for a larger combo. In this video, Boxing World Champion…

Slide Back Defense

In Muay Thai there are multiple techniques that can be used to defend against an opponent’s kick. Dependent on the type of kick thrown, each defensive technique has its own unique advantages. The slide back defense is a very effective technique for evading kicks directed at the midsection, and it…

Uppercut

The uppercut is devastating punch that utilizes the entire body to deliver a very powerful strike. It has accounted for many knockouts in Muay Thai. The uppercut is thrown close range from underneath the eye line of the opponent, which makes it a very difficult strike to see and therefore…

Jab Cross Hook

Once a boxer has mastered all of boxing’s single punches, it is time to begin stringing them together in combinations. Punching combinations vary widely and allow for some creativity on the part of the boxer. The best boxers are able to string together combinations of punches that constantly keep an…

Parry

In Muay Thai, you must learn to not only launch offensive attacks, but to also properly defend against an opponent’s attack. In this video, you will learn a defensive technique called a parry. The parry is one of the most fundamental and important techniques for defending against punches.

Single Leg Defense

Wrestling is one of the primary disciplines in MMA.  In order to succeed, you must be able to not only initiate takedowns, but also defend against your opponent’s takedown attempts.  In this video, BJJ World Champion Leandro Ataides teaches defense against the single leg takedown.

Elbow

The elbow is a devastating close range weapon that can be used to knockout the opponent and finish the fight. Elbows also have a tendency to inflict deep cuts on the face of an opponent, which can cause blood to run into the eyes and affect the opponent’s vision. Severe…

Double Leg Takedown

The double leg is a high percentage takedown. The double leg can be performed using many setups. Starting the double leg with a good setup will result in good penetration. When in deep on a double leg, driving sideways to finish is most common. For this video, 6x National Champion…

Low Kick

The low kick is a devastating technique that can drastically slow down the mobility of an opponent. If landed repeatedly, it can cause so much damage to the leg that the opponent can no longer bear weight on it. In this video, Muay Thai World Champion Namsaknoi Yudthagarngamtorn teaches the…

Jab Drill With Partner

The jab is perhaps the most commonly used punch in Muay Thai, Boxing, and MMA. The jab has many different purposes such as setting up other strikes, maintaining distance from the opponent, and as a range finder. It can be used both offensively and defensively. In this video, trainer of…

How To Hold Pads For Knee Strikes In Muay Thai

How To Hold Pads For Knee Strikes In Muay Thai!

Defense Against Double Under Hooks

The double underhook position is a strong offensive attack and control position. Defense must start immediately when in a double underhook position. A small amount of space must be created in order to pummel out of this position. For this video, 6x National Champion and US Olympic Wrestler Heath Sims…

Push Kick

The push kick is one of the most commonly used techniques in Muay Thai. If the jab is considered to be one of the most important punches in a boxer’s arsenal, the push kick is one of the most important kicks in a nak muay’s arsenal. The push kick is…

Foot Work For Upper Body Throws

Upper body throws are one of the most effective ways to bring an opponent to the ground. In wrestling, there are countless variations and setups for upper body throws. The key to all upper body throws is footwork. In this video, 6x National Champion and US Olympic wrestler Heath Sims…

Hand Sweep Left

The hand sweep is used to defend against an opponent’s push kick. The push kick is an extremely common weapon in Muay Thai. It is imperative that you have a good counter to it. In this video, Muay Thai World Champion Muangfalek Kiatvichian teaches how to counter a left push…