Tag: Muay Thai

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TOW #39 – MUAY THAI: KICK FEINT TO BACK LEG SWEEP

Muay Thai is the name of the game this week.  This tip will focus on keeping your opponent off balance. Your opponent being off balance is a sure fire way to set up for almost any offensive strike.  In this week’s video Alan walks you through the Feint Kick to Back Leg Sweep. Make sure your first few kicks have some zip behind ‘em or...

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TOW #35 – Muy Thai: Advanced Combo #1

This week we venture back to “the art of eight limbs.” Combos are advanced techniques and take time to incorporate into your style. But once grasped the effectiveness of a good, clean combo can be deadly. Watch as Alan shows you the flow of an advanced Muay Thai combo. This combo will focus on changing levels in your strikes: lead leg switch kick to the...

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Intense Training Requires Intense Gear!

Contributing Guest Blogger Micah Hankins, Owner Paradox Fitness & Martial Arts, California In my twenty plus years as a trainer there is something I’ve observed that cannot be taught though is vitally important. Now don’t get me wrong, people can be made aware of this thing that I speak of, but it is on them to either foster it, build it or not build it. One...

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TOW #33 – Muay Thai: Advanced Combo #2

This week we have an all new Muay Thai technique presented to you by Alan Jouban.  Combos are a great way to gain an advantage over your opponent. Mixing up kicks and punches will make it difficult for your opponent to effectively counter. Make sure to sit down a tad in order to ready yourself to deliver a body shot. Lastly, step out 45 degrees on...

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TOW #30 – Muay Thai: Jab Switch Kick

This week we have a rather tricky Muay Thai technique for you.  In this tutorial, Alan and Eddie will show you how to use your lead side more efficiently. After peppering your opponent with cleans jabs he will begin to block the jabs which will hinder his line of vision. When your jab comes in, load up and prep your feet for a switch kick....

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TOW #27 – Muay Thai: Jab Feint to Low Kick

This week we are coming at ya from Legends MMA in Huntington Beach. Our coach for this technique is none other than Alan Jouban.  Jab feint to low kick is this week’s Muay Thai tip and when executed properly can be devastating to your opponent. Start by working the jab and finding your distance. Once your opponent is tired of eating your jabs they will...

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The Revgear Corner Team – Kru Mark Dellagrotte

Since 1996 Revgear has been working with some of the best fighters in the world to develop our equipment.  In order to take our products to the next level, we have compiled a team of the premier striking coaches from around the world to improve and steer the development of future product lines.  Together with our Corner Team you can rest assured that Revgear will...

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TOW #25 – Muay Thai: Clinch To Knee

This week we have a Muay Thai technique for you. In Muay Thai, having control in the clinch could be beneficial.  This video will teach how to gain an advantage in the clinch and deliver a powerful knee. Remember to not get stuck fighting for position while in the clinch. Instead use your technique and body position to gain an advantage and throw a counter...

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Invicta 5: Kaufman and Smith in The Kansas City Brawl

          Revgear sponsored fighters Sarah Kaufman (left) and Leslie Smith (right) went head to head at the Ameristar Casino in Kansas City. SB Nation stated in their recap that “after 15 minutes of thrilling, back-and-forth action, Kaufman, the former Strikeforce bantamweight champion, earned a split decision victory, getting two of three 29-28 scores.” “I knew that Leslie was going to be a really tough opponent going on,”...

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