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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
  • 2 May 2010
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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.
  • 9 Feb 2010
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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.
  • 27 Jan 2010
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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.
  • 30 Nov 2009
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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.
  • 13 Aug 2009
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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
  • 1 Aug 2009
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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.
  • 11 Jul 2009
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Basic methods of defending yourself against knee strikes. See more at www.oldstylemuaythai.blogspot.com
  • 10 Jul 2009
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www.oldstylemuaythai.blogspot.com - Generate a more powerful up elbow strike by driving as you throw it. Interested in training muay boran, lerdrit, bando? Check out www.militarymuaythai.com - Muay Thai Academy Int'l Santa Clara, CA
  • 14 Mar 2009
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www.oldstylemuaythai.blogspot.com - Just a few of the most basic muay baron defensive tactics against the muay thai round kick. However, the one block I use with my forearms is actually from muay chao churd. And I swear, my spanish is better than that.
  • 25 Dec 2008
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www.oldstylemuaythai.blogspot.com - Demonstrating the key differences between a modern muay thai round kick and an old style muay thai, muay baron, muay chao churd round kick.
  • 23 Mar 2009
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Use the flower technique to get past your opponent's guard. Great entry for elbow strikes, knees, headbutts. See more old style muay thai techniques at www.oldstylemuaythai.blogspot.com
  • 13 Oct 2009
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www.oldstylemuaythai.com - Demo shows the ledrit & muay baron take on the muay thai clinch. Beware the man sandwich!
  • 21 Nov 2008
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Donnie B. provides a quick overview on how to add power to the muay thai roundhouse kick. Not a ring style strike, it's the old style & military muay thai (ledrit)round kick. Learn more about effective fighting at www.oldstylemuaythai.blogspot.com
  • 9 Dec 2008
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If you've already trained muay thai, this will give you additional tips to protecting yourself when throwing elbows. Learn more at www.oldstylemuaythai.blogspot.com. Don Baker - Muay Thai Academy, Santa Clara, CA
  • 24 Oct 2008
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Various old style muay thai techniques used to defend against elbow strikes. Learn more at oldstylemuaythai.blogspot.com and militarymuaythai.com Don Baker - Muay Thai Academy International, Santa Clara, CA.
  • 4 Jun 2009
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Demonstrating the ledrit knee strike and how it differs from ring style muay thai and knee strikes you see in MMA fights. Learn more at www.oldstylemuaythai.blogspot.com and www.militarymuaythai.com
  • 13 Oct 2009
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