HANDLING KICK-BOXERS AND MUAY THAI FIGHTERS
Handling Boxers is relatively easy. There are many useful tactics against Boxers, one of which is “Chase, Cover and Strike”.
Once we can handle a Boxer well, proceeding to handling a Kick-Boxer is not difficult. A useful tactic is to strike his leg whenever he kicks.
A Muay Thai fighter, however, is quite formidable. Amongst his many attacks, you must be able to counter his knee strikes and neck grips.
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Selection from Intensive Shaolin Kungfu Course in Frankfurt of June 2008
- Special Issue 1: How you can Apply Shaolin Kungfu against Boxing
- Special Issue 2: How you can Apply Shaolin Kungfu against Kick-Boxing
- Applying Shaolin Kungfu against other Martial Arts
- Applying the Tactic of Chase, Cover and Strike against Boxers
- Effective Shaolin Techniques and Tactics against Kick-Boxing
- Intercepting Fast Punches and Striking Kicking Legs
- Shaolin Counters against Sweeping Kicks and Knee Jabs
- Handling Kick-Boxers and Muay Thai Fighters
- Counters against Knee Strikes, Elbow Strikes and Elbow Dislocations
- Effective Ways to Handle Boxers
- Counters against Kick-Boxing and Wrestling Attacks
- The Eight Distilled Combat Sequences