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5 TIPS THAT WILL CHANGE HOW YOU CLINCH Something that sets Muay Thai apart from most other types of striking is the clinch. Unfortunately, the clinch is also something many people struggle with because of: Poor technique Fear of getting swept Lack of clinch training Some/All of the above Clinching is one of those things that the better your technique, the stronger you are, because you know how to use your strength efficiently and exactly
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THE HOW-TO OF HELLBOWS: VOLUME I When fans think of this sport, they first imagine razor-sharp elbows cutting through the air and slashing skin from skulls. Whereas boxing is all about the hands, Muay Thai is defined by its elbows. A well-placed elbow is a close range, devastating strike that is woefully underused in the West. This is surprising as they are one of the most diverse weapons a fighter can have in their arsenal.
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KIDS LOVE THIS NINJA CIRCLE WARM UP There can't be a good workout without a good warm up. If you don't warm up, not only will you get less out of training, but you will probably get yourself injured. Warming up, however, is not nearly as exciting as the main chunk of training, otherwise known as the workout. If you're trying to get your kids into martial arts, anything that isn't fun is going to
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How To Throw A Body Shot Like A Boxing Champion It doesn't matter how tough you are, a body shot will shut your body down. Stephan Bonnar, a UFC Hall of Famer, is nicknamed "the American Psycho." He had never been finished in a fight (only doctor stoppages)...until he met Anderson Silva. One simple knee to the body shut the American Psycho down and stamped him in the fetal position where he could do nothing
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STEER CLEAR OF THESE ROOKIE CLINCH MISTAKES Look further beyond the West and you will find out there is more to the clinch than just simply pulling someone's head into your knee. The devil is in the details and when it comes to clinching, details are in no short supply. While in the clinch, there are multitude of things to worry about ranging from: wicked knees that feel like a barn door catching the wind
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