Fake Low To High Kick

In Muay Thai, it is very important that a fighter alternate their attacks among different parts of the opponent’s body. The primary areas of attack are the legs, midsection, and head. In this video, you will learn how to setup a high kick using a fake low kick. If used…

Fake Push Kick Setup

In Muay Thai, the push kick is one of the most common and effective techniques. Through proper use of a push kick a fighter can not only damage the opponent but also shut down their offensive attacks. It can also be used as a fake to setup a variety of…

Spinning Heel Kick

The spinning heel kick is a very advanced kick that can be used with devastating effect. Due to the difficulty in landing it, the spinning heel kick is not often seen in Muay Thai competition. However, when it is used, it often results in a knockdown or knockout.

Kick And Hold

In Muay Thai, opponent’s often counter a kick with a kick of their own. In order to shut down this counterattack we can use the kick and hold technique. Rather than returning immediately to your guard after throwing a kick, it is sometimes best to hold the leg against the…

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…

Cross Block

A cross block is a variation of the regular block technique. Some individuals may find it more suitable to their style and specific stance. Learning the cross block offers a fighter the ability to vary their counterattacks. By mixing up the defensive techniques, it prevents the opponent from accurately predicting…

Fake Kick To Footsweep

After hitting an opponent with a body kick, the opponent is forced to block future body kicks or sustain further damage. The basic block to a kick is to raise the leg on the same side of the kick. In this video, trainer of Muay Thai World Champions Saknarong Sityodtong…

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…

Hand Sweep Right

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 right push…

High Kick

The high kick has resulted in some spectacular knockouts in Muay Thai competitions. The high kick shares similar technique with the regular Muay Thai kick. As the target of the high kick is higher than the kick to the body, it may take a little longer to achieve the balance…

Inside Low Kick

The inside low kick is a very versatile weapon that can be used as a range finder, as a way to set up other strikes, or to slow down the opponent by striking an area that is not well protected by muscle. In this video, trainer of Muay Thai World…

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…

Left Kick

The left kick in Muay Thai is typically aimed towards the leg, body or head of an opponent. In order to gain the maximum amount of power from the kick, perfect mechanics are required. In this video, Muay Thai World Champion Namsaknoi Yudthagarngamtorn teaches the perfect mechanics for the left…

Left Switch Kick

The left switch kick in Muay Thai is typically aimed towards the leg, body or head of an opponent. In order to gain the maximum amount of power from the kick, perfect mechanics are required. In this video, Muay Thai World Champion Yoddecha Sityodtong teaches the left switch kick.

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…

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…

Right Jump Kick

The right jump kick is a technique that catches many opponents off guard. Thrown from a crouched position, opponents will not be able anticipate the kick. In this video, Muay Thai World Champion Namsaknoi Yudthagarngamtorn teaches how deliver a powerful right jump kick.

Right Kick

The right kick in Muay Thai is typically aimed towards the leg, body, or head of an opponent. In order to gain the most amount of power from the kick, there needs to be rotation from the hip and foot as well as a downward swing of the arm. In…

Sliding Push Kick

The sliding push kick is a progression from the push kick. The slide covers distance towards the opponent and as such, allows for the push kick to be thrown from further away. In this video, trainer of Muay Thai World Champions Saknarong Sityodtong teaches the advanced progression from the regular…