Thread: Bare Knuckle Muay Thai
11-22-2005, 20:02 #1
Bare Knuckle Muay Thai
After doing some training in thailand, its beeen hard to come upon some of the authentic info in english on the topic which i personally find interesting. A new dvd seems to cover alot of the core principles for those who might be interested in the topic at
If anybody else has any other links to dvds or tapes on the topic, please post them or IM me about them as I am interested as well in anyting bout krabi krabong as well.
11-22-2005, 20:15 #2
I saw a video in Thailand but it didnt fit USA video format so I didnt get it.
It also included.......................................... ..
They didnt call it kata but it was kata.
Had kicks from the ground,headbutts...lots of stuff I didnt seen in sport Muay Thai.
11-23-2005, 01:00 #3
I've heard of tai chi style stuff done down in the south of Thailand.
I used to do fairly old fashioned muay thai, the sort of style they did in the 50's. I also did a little krabi krabong, just some basic blocks and strikes. I think the wealth of knowledge in modern muay thai is better to tap into generally though.Skye Clements-Grimshaw
11-23-2005, 08:10 #4
Tai Chi stuff...
Super slow motion sparring can teach you alot.
11-23-2005, 14:27 #5
the vid seems really interesting. i'll prolly add that to my xmas list.
12-24-2005, 18:12 #6
Got mine and it was really good. heavy on theory and principles which I had no idea existed. I emailed in and a second one is coming out next year along wiht some other interesting material on rare arts.
Old muay thai is great if the guys fight with it over just presenting it combine it with regular muay thai and you have a simply great arsenal for the ring and street!
02-26-2006, 18:28 #7
Originally Posted by Jeff Burger
Thanks (p.s, i may try it )
02-26-2006, 23:25 #8
I didnt say a fight is in slow motion.
You might want to figure out what a clinch is before trying to apply Tai Chi to sparring.
You might want to use Budoseek as a resource to learn instead of a place to be sarcastic.
02-27-2006, 18:42 #9
oh sorry i didnt mean to be sarcy, and i know what a clinch is nowChaz
Bravery is not the absence of fear, it is the presence of fear but still having the will to go on.
03-04-2006, 23:30 #10
In the old systems, they do variations of speed in training because they didnt have alot of equipment. You will see Col Amant do some stuff slow then slowly speed up to show how it works in increments, pretty cool. Check out the dvd you will see.