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Look Mai Muay Thai is the movements in Muay Thai kickboxing. Look Mai are divided from Mae Mai Muay Thai, which are major fighting styles regarded as basic maneuvers in Thai kickboxing. Look Mai Muay Thai has more details of tricks.
Before practicing them the Thai kickboxing trainees must have the experiences of Mae Mai Muay Thai. The old qualifications Thai kickboxing trainers had divided these Thai kicboxing techniques to 15 movements:
Look Mai Muay Thai Video
This Look Mai Muay Thai training video is a good resource for Muay Thai kickboxing trainees who want to learn about these Thai boxing techniques. Watching this video and reading the step-by-step descriptions below can help Thai kickboxing trainees understand these Thai kickboxing techniques a lot better.
Throws the punch up to the chin or throws the uppercut to the chin
This complimentary technique is similar to the master trick of Mae Mai Muay Thai, the sixth technique or the sixth movement which named TA THEN KHAM FAK
The attacker throws the straight left punch to the defensive's face and steps with the left foot forwards while guarding. The chin with the right fist The defensive sways the body to the left a little in order to escape from the attacker's left punch, at the same time throws the left punch passed through the attacker's guard then turns the body to the right and throws the fight upper cut to the attacker's chin.
The defensive must try to sway the body and shoulder close to the attacker chest.
Grabs the punch and kick to the face
The attacker throws the left punch and steps the left foot forwards while the right fist guards to chin.
The defensive holds on the left punch and steps the left foot forwards. When the attacker moves the body in order to throw the straight right punch, the defensive must hurry to use the right fist to grab the attacker's left punch out to the right side of the defensive then hurries to throw the right kick to the attacker's chin or uses the front foot to pat on the attacker's face instead of kick to the chin, then swaying the body to the left weight on the tip of the right foot and guards to the chest by holding the both punches on.
The attacker throws the straight left punch and steps forwards while the chin remains guarded by the right fist.
The defensive hurries to step the right foot outside the attacker's left foot Raise the left arm to strike the elbow to brush the attacker's left arm. Then hurry to use that speed to move closer to the attacker and enfolds the middle of the body (near the wrest) of the attacker then lift him by the hip to throw his back down to the floor. This action may make the attacker very exhausted or his head may strike to the floor.
Cover the elbow and uppercut to the chin
This complimentary technique is use for defense again the attacker's elbow.
The attacker steps forward to the defensive or move in to the body and raise the both elbows in order to strike on the head.
The defensive steps for-wards to the attack, raises the lower part of the arm parallel to the floor to defense the both elbows of the attacker and throws the opposite uppercut to the attacker's chin, then steps forwards to follow with the punch.
This complimentary technique used for defense against technique named BATA LOOB PAK.
The attacker jumps to kick at the defensive's chin by the method of throwing up the straight kick with the right foot.
The defensive steps the left foots and jumps to escape from the attacker's right foot. Bends the body to the left side weight on the left foot then hurries to resort the right foot and kicks to back of the knee in order break it.
Follows to kick and strikes with the heel
There are two parts for this trick.
The defensive prepares to kick the attacker's rib, keeps on the both hands to guard the chin. The attacker holds the left or the right fist in the front, prepares to throw a kick at the defensive and steps forwards.
The defensive hurries to turn back quickly by using the foot which had thrown in first for the main standing then turns back to use another foot strikes to the attacker's chin or the top of the chest.
Defends against the kick, rolls on the body and strikes the swinging back elbow
The attacker launches a right kick to the defensive's rib, weight on the left leg and protecting his face with his both hand guards.
The defensive hurries to raise the upper part of the arm to prevent the attacker's kick. Then turns back and raise the left elbow parallel to the floor at the leved of the chin or the face and strikes while turning.
Bends the body ducks under the leg and strikes the knee-joint This complimentary technique is used for defense against the high kick. There are two parts.
The attacker kicks to the chin or the temple with the right foot.
The defensive bends the body to pass under the attacker's right foot, which thrown to the neck to the head.
The attacker kicks with the right foot and misses the target, then the body turned by the straighten of that swinging kick.
The defensive hurries to place the right foot and strikes to the attacker's left knee-joint which makes him fall down.
Passes to inside and throws the uppercut to the chin
The attacker throws the left punch to the defensive's face and steps the left foot for wards while holding up the bent right arm to protect the chin
The defensive sways the body to escape from the attacker's left punch and steps the left foot forwards close to the attacker. Turns to the left close too the attacker's chest then throws the both punches up to the attacker's chin (throws the uppercuts to the chin-Mud Soi Dao).
The attacker prepares to strike the left foot to Drag on the abdomen of the defensive or strike the abdomen.
The defensive steps the right foot escaped to out side, Parries the attacker's foot with left hand and pounces on the attacker's in step. Then thrusts a power full kick to the attacker's knee-joint with right foot. Sway the body the right, the weight's on the left foot.
Escapes the kick and the back leg
The attacker kicks the defensive's rib with the right foot, swaying the body while the weight's on the left foot. Holds on the both fists to protect oneself.
The defensive is quick to bend the the body to the right and raises the foot to spun at the attacker's thigh with the heel, the weight's on the defensive's right leg.
Escapes inside and strikes the elbow to the arm
The attacker throws the straight right punch to the defensive's face and steps the left foot forwards while holding on the left punch to guard the chin.
The defensive steps very quickly closed to the attacker's body, Parries away the attacker's right fist with the left fist. At the same time hurry to strike the right elbow passed very close to the ear to the middle of the upper part of the right arm (elbow).
Escapes inside and strikes the elbow to the chest
The attacker throws the straight fist to the defensive's face, steps the left foot forwards and holds on the right fist to guard the chin.
The defensive steps to the attacker bend the body in the attacker's arm. Parries Away the attacker's left arm with the right fist. Then strikes the left elbow to the attacker's chest. Repeats this action many times.
The attacker kicks with the left foot or stands with both feet.
The defensive walks in forwards and bends the body down to escape from the left foots which kicking pass over the head. Then throws the power full kick with the right foot to the attacker's right instep. If the boxer stands with both feet, kicks to the front leg.
The attacker kicks with the left foot or stands with both feet.
The defensive walks in forwards and bends the body down to escape from the left foots which kicking pass over the head. Then throws the power full kick with the right foot to the attacker's right instep. If the boxer stands with both feet kicks to the front leg.
Source: Pothi - Sawat Sangsawang, 2522 B.E.: 98
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|This article was published on Sunday 17 February, 2008.|
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