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Thursday, June 14, 2007

Krabi-Krabong Training (Thai Weapon Art)

This is Krabi Krabong Training in Siam Yuth Center With
One Hand Sword
Two Hand Sword
Real Sword
Three Man Fight
Sword Vs Mai Sok
Krabong Vs Mai Sok


Monday, June 11, 2007

Muay Thai Chaiya - Mae Mai Gon

Mae Mai Gon (Principle of main techniques). The principle, or main techniques are the lethal and decisive techniques of aggression that have been carefully laid out. That is why Muay Chaiya is able to branch out to different sub-techniques without end. Such as Salap Fun Pla, Paksa Waek Rung, Thene Kwad Lan, Farn Look Buab, Mon Yan Luk, Pak Look Toi, Hak Nguang Aiyara, Nak Bid Hang.

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Traditional Muay Thai Chaiya training - Tae Ton Kloey

Tae Ton Kloey (Kicking banana trees).

Kicking banana tress is one of the training techniques conceived by teachers of the old. It is to develop kicking skill. There are two ways of training by this method; kick with full power, will develop power, toughening the shins, and to maintain the sharp edge of the shins. Kicking to keep the tree trunk remain in the up right position - stand a banana tree trunk vertical to the ground and kick with either leg and keep the tree trunk remain standing up. This type of training develops speed, reflex, and correct body position.

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Traditional Muay Thai Chaiya training - Peen Tonmai,Tai Chuek

Peen Tonmai - Tai Chuek (Climb trees, climb rope).

Climbing trees and ropes would develop stamina, endurance, and equilibrium of one’s body. It is a way to lay a foundation for the students to learn the grappling, clinching, swinging, climbing, scaling, mounting, which are other spectrums Muay Chaiya.

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traditional Muay thai Chaiya training-Chok Manao

Chok Manao ( Punching lemons).

The defensive aspect of Pahuyuth training is the Pong-Pad-Pid-Perd (to block, to swipe to cover, to open). Teachers would hang lemons at about neck high. The students would have to hit the lemons with their fists, elbows and defend themselves with the defensive techniques. The students would have to be able to strike, block, attack, defend, and move in the master gesture with great agility. This training technique is considered to be most ingenious method by teachers of the old that has passed on to younger generations of Muay Chaiya practitioners.

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Muay Thai Chaiya - Sok Chaiya

Sok Chaiya (Chaiya’s elbow).

In Chaiya style of fighting, elbows are short weapons designed to be used at close range. They are the dexterous weapons of Muay Chaiya. The elbows would be moving back and forth, up and down close to the face, making the face well covered and at the same time, allow the fighter to be able to launch his own attack with great power and speed. It is difficult to attack a skillful Muay Chaiya fighter, because the fighting stances and movements of Muay Chaiya always prescript elbows to be close and move to cover his entire body. They are like a durian fruit (a tropical fruit with hard and spiky skin). One can sustain injury unto oneself by hitting the spiky durian fruit.

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