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          MUAY THAI : WHAT IS TRUE? 


 
Muay Thai is developed from “Muay(Boran)”
Techniques available in Muay Thai are only parts of “Muay(Boran)” such as:
  
  Punch : “Muay (Boran)” comprises of 12 punching basics. (How many punching basic uses in Muay Thai ?)
 
 
   Kick :  “Muay (Boran)” comprises of 20 kicking basic (How many kicking basic uses in Muay Thai ?)

Foot-Thrust : “Muay (Boran)” comprises of 10 foot-trusting basics. (How many foot-trusting basics uses in Muay Thai ?)
 

  
Knee-kick : “Muay (Boran)” comprises of 12 knee-kicking basics (How many knee-kicking basics uses in Muay Thai ?)

Elbow-Strike :
“Muay (Boran)” comprises of 23 elbow-striking basics (How many elbow-striking uses in Muay Thai ?) 
 

    (continue reading in The Muay Syllabus : VDOs & Knowledge)

                                            
 
 
If you have great knowledge in “Muay (Boran),” you would know many forms and 
techniques which could be used in Muay Thai ring fight efficiently and legally.
Training your Muay fighters with those techniques would
strengthen them more than regular training. 

I’m not saying Muay Thai Professional Camp’s training is substandard.
On contrary, I gives this camp a high regard as it has created lots and lots of super fighters.

 However, I believe implementing the way of “Muay (Boran)”
would help their fighters learning something new, which would make them stronger.
They would have wider array of techniques at hands,
 be less predictable and harder to defend against.
Your fighters would be very hard to win against and
would likely knockout their opponents during the fights.
  
 
 
Amarit Muay Warrior Institute is specialized intraining Muay Thai to
Muay Thai ring fight, K-1,Kick boxing and self defense.

 
We are the experts in implementing the techniques of “Muay (Boran)” that are legal
in Muay Thai with the training to achieve more efficient ways of fighting.
The following are the examples of legal techniques from “Muay (Boran)” which we
teach for Professional Muay Thai Fighting.
 
 
 

- A kick impossible to catch and may KO the opponent in one hit (Expert VDO#40)

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- An uncounterable technique that might KO the opponent in one hit (Expert VDO#41)

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- Catching your opponent leg. Might lead to a KO (Expert VDO#13)

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- This technique will 100% KO your opponent and might mutilate them as well.

Suitable for self defense but not for Professional Muay Thai Fight, K-1, or Kick boxing

This is not illegal but it could mutilate your opponent. Should not be used in competitions.
(Expert VDO#9)

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- The kick called Maa Deed Kaloke more powerful than done by the super fighter, SaenChai

(sharper, harder to defend against, more powerful, uncatchable) (Expert VDO#6)

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- A feign miss of your push kick will KO your opponent off-guard (Expert VDO#8)

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- This could be used as a first-strike or a counter attack to a push kick or a punch.
This technique is sharp, hard to defend against, powerful, unpredictable.
One clean hit might break your opponent’s leg.
(Expert VDO#5)

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- Sharp, hard to defend against, unpredictable, and more powerful than High Kick.

You might land an airborne KO or break your opponent’s leg without using full effort. (Expert VDO#4)

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- You better watch out before using Spinning Heel Kick (Jarakhe Faad Haang).

If your opponent use this technique, you’re in for a surprise KO.  (Expert VDO#42)

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 - The first technique that Tony Jaa used in Ong Bak movie. 
General audiences wouldn’t know how to use this technique or how devastating it can be 
but if you have learned enough about “Muay(Boran)” you will know this is a great technique.
It can break your opponent’s leg. (Expert VDO#11)
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You must know the right way to train in order to use these techniques efficiently.
Real Usability and maximum efficiency could only be reached with correct training.