If you have recently tested for a Muay Thai rank or you would like to get your armband for Muay Thai class (you should be wearing them to class) then check out this video with Khun Kru Nakapan explaining its origin and showing you an easy way to slip it on and off your arms!
Excuse my wild beard and chipped tooth... it's been a long week! You ever watch the UFC and hear Joe Rogan say that a certain fighter is a "black belt" in Muay Thai? In this weeks Muay Thai Monday Q&A, I answer a question by MTG fan Kate O'Neill where she asks about my thoughts on ranking systems and belts in Muay Thai. Kate won a free Nak Muay Nation shirt because she's awesome and sent in a video question... if you want a free shirt, send in your video question to be answered on a future video! Also be sure to listen to this podcast where Paul and I dissect this same topic in further detail === http://www.muay-thai-guy.com/muay-thai-ranking-systems-kru-certifications-more.html In case you didn’t know, I will be releasing a new “Muay Thai Mondays Q&A Session” every week where I’ll be answering questions about techniques, fight strategy, mindset, nutrition and anything related to Muay Thai. If you’d like your question(s) answers AND if you want to win a free Nak Muay Nation t-shirt or tanktop, submit your question by: - Filming yourself asking the question. If it’s technique oriented, try to show me what you mean. - Upload it and email it to sean (at) nakmuaynation.com - BOOM! That’s it! I hope you enjoy this new weekly segment! Be sure to subscribe to my Youtube channel and let me know your thoughts, comments and any suggestions for future episodes in the comments below (or on the video itself).
Check out my new book on striking: www.StrikingTechniques.com Changpuek Kiatsongrit is a legend in Muay Thai for proving its effectiveness despite a significant weight and rule disadvantage. Here he faces a Taekwondo black belt in the prestigious K-1 tournament, but under a special rules karate fight. www.NakMuayNation.com www.LawrenceKenshin.com/ I am a striking analyst that's so far focused on breaking down combat sports. I've been fortunate enough to have major fight camps, legends, and elite martial artists give testimonials to my work - http://www.lawrencekenshin.com/testimonials If you've enjoyed this breakdown, be sure to check out my usual work in combat sports. Patreon [Help Keep the Content Alive]: http://patreon.com/lawrencekenshin Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LawrenceKenshinBreakdowns/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/LawrenceKenshin Kenshin Gear: http://lawrencekenshin.spreadshirt.com/ If you enjoy these Lawrence Kenshin Striking Breakdowns, you can support it by sharing it with your friends! Music by Ross Budgen
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Test your Muay Thai knowledge on QuizUp: http://link.q.is/Muay_Thai Muay Thai is NOT just kickboxing with knees and elbows. We will look at 5 rather interesting facts about Thai Boxing that you probably never heard. Impress your friends with some martial arts history. START TRAINING MMA ONLINE►http://bit.ly/1FIOiju GET MORE FIGHT TIPS►http://bit.ly/1APnzvw There is a rich and unique history behind Muay Thai. For instance, did you know upon entering the ring, Muay Thai fighters will "seal the ring" in order to block out negative forces? From here they will preform a ritual dance known as the "Wai Kru" which pays respect to their teachers and family. Then they throw those elbows and knees ;) FOLLOW: Facebook | http://full.sc/1oyWAAF Twitter | http://full.sc/1mCEOuk Instagram | http://full.sc/1hhwtuJ
An argument for Muay Thai as a self-defense system. Ajarn Buck Grant discusses the pros and cons in a video showcasing some brutal knock outs in the sport iteration of Muay Thai. Enjoy the video and please join the conversation below! Learn more about Ajarn Buck Grant:http://buckgrant.com Follow Aperture Fight Focused on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/ApertureFightFocused
What Happens When A Black Belt Pretends To Be A White Belt. No time for jokes about brown belts.