Donnie geeks out on the heavy bag w/a elbow knee combo, but he explains how to throw a powerful elbow for muay thai, mma or street fighting. Learn more @ http://oldstylemuaythai.com connect w/Donnie on Facebook http://facebook.oldstylemuaythai.com
Donnie B shows you step-by-step on how to train the shadow round kick for muay thai at home or at the gym. Learn more about old style muay thai at http://oldstylemuaythai.com & become a fan at http://facebook.oldstylemuaythai.com
Donnie shows proper technique on holding thai pads for muay thai elbows and knees. Proper pad holding prevents injury to the pad holder & helps improve timing, range, and defensive capabilities. Learn more at http://bit.ly/bjNw8O and http://bit.ly/bOyfYA
The muay thai round kick can be used at close, medium and long ranges, its just a matter of modification. The weapon doesn't change, just the way you move to use it. Not too applicable in the ring perhaps, but highly effective in the street.
Although the elbow is a short range weapon, it can also be used from farther out than what is traditionally taught. Applying the momentum from your drive generates a lot of power. This is a great may to use muay thai in the street as an entry.
This is purely a street specific technique. Nothing to do with mauy chaiya or the ring :) I simply focus on using muay thai in an effective street fighting tool. A haymaker is a thrown punch a gift from god as it provides so many targets to choose from.
Applying militarized muay thai for the purpose of combat, not sport. Just running through a drill in which you counter off of a straight cross or elbow. These drills help you work on your timing, distance, and optimal flow of techniques.
The best defense is an offensive defense! Here we go over the theory of the 45 degree block. Great application for street self defense. Follow me on Twitter - http://twitter.com/oldstylemuay Geek out with me at http://www.oldstylemuaythai.com
This is what happens when you don't commit to your strikes. So the lesson here: 1. drive through your targets, and 2. if you can't laugh at yourself, then you're just not funny.
Basic methods of defending yourself against knee strikes. See more at www.oldstylemuaythai.blogspot.com