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COURSE #1:
COMPLETE MUAY THAI TRAINING SYSTEM
"THE BASICS"
VOLUME I:  MUAY THAI FUNDAMENTALS
This volume teaches you the correct way to execute all of the basic techniques used in the later volumes. In this volume, you'll learn:
  • How to correctly throw fast and powerful punches
  • Where to keep your hands for maximum safety
  • How to launch the skull rattling elbows, powerful knee strikes and bone crushing Thai kicks that have made Muay Thai famous!
VOLUME II: 
MASTERING THE THAI CLINCH
The clinch is perhaps the most effective element of Muay Thai.  In this volume, you'll learn:
  • How to control your opponent in a clinch and keep him from hurting you while you remain entirely free to come back with your own barrage of elbows and knees!
  • Numerous ways to grip and control your opponent, and the basics of Head Control Theory.
  • Anti-Clinch tactics like "Amercian Style", "Thai Snake", "Scoop and Slam", "Elbow Sandwich", Neck grab prevention and counters, and more..
VOLUME III:  MUAY THAI ATTACK &
DEFENSE TRAINING
This is where a lot of the cool tricks and set-ups are found. Stuff like:
  • How to use defensive moves like slips, bob and weaves, shoulder stops and "rock backs"
  • Six different ways you can set up a powerful and crippling thigh kick so that your opponent won't even see this crippling blow coming (including what one renowned trainer called "the baddest move in kickboxing"!)
  • How you can employ "defensive" moves like "snap the twig" that actually damage your opponent's attacking limb.
  • Learn basic Jab Interception techniques, Killer Elbow Knee Combinations, Elbow Defenses, and a whole lot more!
VOLUME IV:  ULTIMATE THAI PAD DRILLS
Improve your technique and challenge your body by training on the Thai pads. The Thai pads are the "meat and potatoes" of Muay Thai training.
  • This is where you will be honing your body into a weapon with fun drills that will leave you sweaty, exhausted, and on the road to having incredible stamina.
  • Over 25 fun, effective, and intense Thai pad drills involving offensive and defensive combinations guaranteed to get you into great shape!
VOLUME V: 
HEAVY BAG AND MITT DRILLS
In this volume, you'll learn:
  • The best fighting drills out there so you get get in top notch butt-kickin shape in the shortest amount of time possible.
  • Important skill producing PUNCH MITT drills! Punch mitt training simulates real life fighting as close as possible, and this volume will give you the drills that will take your punching, elbowing, & defensive skills to the next level!
  • Cool HEAVYBAG drills... Build technique, stamina and coordination from this carefully selected list of heavy bag drills.
  • Other excellent drills that don't require any equipment at all to develop your speed, footwork, and coordination.
VOLUME I:  MUAY THAI FUNDAMENTALS
This volume teaches you the correct way to execute all of the basic techniques used in the later volumes. In this volume, you'll learn:
  • How to correctly throw fast and powerful punches
  • Where to keep your hands for maximum safety
  • How to launch the skull rattling elbows, powerful knee strikes and bone crushing Thai kicks that have made Muay Thai famous!
VOLUME II: 
MASTERING THE THAI CLINCH
The clinch is perhaps the most effective element of Muay Thai.  In this volume, you'll learn:
  • How to control your opponent in a clinch and keep him from hurting you while you remain entirely free to come back with your own barrage of elbows and knees!
  • Numerous ways to grip and control your opponent, and the basics of Head Control Theory.
  • Anti-Clinch tactics like "Amercian Style", "Thai Snake", "Scoop and Slam", "Elbow Sandwich", Neck grab prevention and counters, and more..
VOLUME III:  MUAY THAI ATTACK &
DEFENSE TRAINING
This is where a lot of the cool tricks and set-ups are found. Stuff like:
  • How to use defensive moves like slips, bob and weaves, shoulder stops and "rock backs"
  • Six different ways you can set up a powerful and crippling thigh kick so that your opponent won't even see this crippling blow coming (including what one renowned trainer called "the baddest move in kickboxing"!)
  • How you can employ "defensive" moves like "snap the twig" that actually damage your opponent's attacking limb.
  • Learn basic Jab Interception techniques, Killer Elbow Knee Combinations, Elbow Defenses, and a whole lot more!
VOLUME IV:  ULTIMATE THAI PAD DRILLS
Improve your technique and challenge your body by training on the Thai pads. The Thai pads are the "meat and potatoes" of Muay Thai training.
  • This is where you will be honing your body into a weapon with fun drills that will leave you sweaty, exhausted, and on the road to having incredible stamina.
  • Over 25 fun, effective, and intense Thai pad drills involving offensive and defensive combinations guaranteed to get you into great shape!
VOLUME V: 
HEAVY BAG AND MITT DRILLS
In this volume, you'll learn:
  • The best fighting drills out there so you get get in top notch butt-kickin shape in the shortest amount of time possible.
  • Important skill producing PUNCH MITT drills! Punch mitt training simulates real life fighting as close as possible, and this volume will give you the drills that will take your punching, elbowing, & defensive skills to the next level!
  • Cool HEAVYBAG drills... Build technique, stamina and coordination from this carefully selected list of heavy bag drills.
  • Other excellent drills that don't require any equipment at all to develop your speed, footwork, and coordination.
COURSE #2:
COMPLETE MUAY THAI TRAINING SYSTEM
"ADVANCED"
VOLUME I:  ADVANCED MITTS
"The punch mitts are critical for educating the upper body's offensive & defensive skills."  

To be an effective fighter, you need to be smooth in your punching, moving seamlessly back-and-forth from offense to defense with ease and finesse. Nothing else teaches this better for the hands than the mitts! A good mitt holder is hard to find, but very important for your training. If you are like most people, you need to "make your own" through proper training!

This video series is a CRAM SESSION of how to "feed" the mitts correctly, get the most out of your training, and accelerate your skills to an exceptional level.
Topics covered in this series include:
  • Rockback with Counters: How to fire a killer punch from a defensive motion. The rockback is a very useful maneuver and when combined with offensive moves becomes an important aid
  • Double Jab with Counters: A technique to help you flow well off of your jab. The ability to have a set of viable options that flow off of your jab is something that every fighter needs.
  • Right Hand: Covering Your Bases: If you don't know what openings occur when you throw a right hand, you won't know what to look out for and how to coach your partner. Learn the key "base areas" that need to be covered when throwing the right!
  • Left Jab: Covering Your Bases: This drill will teach you how to stay aware of the weaknesses and openings that occur when you throw a jab. This is important because you need to know where your openings are to better protect yourself!
  • Jab Sled: Perhaps the absolute best drill to develop a strong "impaling" sort of jab that really snaps your opponent's head back. Get yourself a good "power jab" as taught here to make your opponent worry about your lead hand as well as your rear hand!!
  • Neck Strengthening Drills: A great fighter can't have a "pencil neck"! A strong neck reduces the concussion of your brain when you are hit and increases your ability to "take a good shot". This drill will show you how to train punching while working on your "pit bull" neck at the same time!
  • Freestyle Mitts: The ultimate in mitt training is "freestyle mitts". This section will give you step-by-step instruction on how to hold and "feed" the mitts properly so that you can maximize your partner's fighting skill. Only by learning this drill will your offensive and defensive skills with your hands and head movement "come alive" and flow like a good fighter should.
VOLUME II:  ADVANCED THAI PADS
"If you're not training with the Thai pads properly, you're not training Muay Thai."

Using the Thai pads is the foundation and "bread and butter" of all Muay Thai training. By training the fighter's technique, defense, movement, and conditioning all in one session, one can maximize their training time by squeezing every bit of benefit out of it.


But if you do not know how to train with the pads, if your holder does not know how to "feed" them, then this awesome training outlet is not going to work for you.
Take the "guesswork" out of Thai pad training with this video.  Topics covered in this video series include:
  • Hand Check Drill: If you don't position your hands properly when kicking, it's just a matter of time until you get nailed. This important drill is great for training you to maintain proper hand placement for kicking.
  • "Climb the Ladder": This conditioning drill will flat out put you on your butt! Arguably the best exercise for developing a killer Thai kick. Can you "climb the ladder" 3 times in a three minute round?
  • The Power Low Kick: BOOM!! Learn the kick that has been known to BREAK FEMURS (the largest bone in the human body)! THIS IS THE MOST POWERFUL WAY TO THROW THE THAI KICK!!
  • Shielding Drill: Shielding is the primary defense against kicks. Learn it correctly and well. Even better, counter right off of your shield. That's what this drill teaches you to do.
  • Right Side: Put some time in on learning how to deliver this slick "power shot" combination – we think you'll appreciate it.
  • "Run and Gun" Series: This series of drills will help you become a better counterstriker. Learn to move away from your opponent and then blast him with these vicious counters.
  • Defend the Legs: If you neglect your legs, you are bound to be "chopped down" by a good leg kicker. This drill will teach you how to not let that happen.
  • Stopping the "Bum Rush": When an opponent rushes in, it's usually not a good idea to stand there and meet 'em "head on". These drills will show you how to correctly deal with this situation.
  • Mess 'Em Up: A great drill for fighting effectively when close to your opponent. Rattle 'em up and finish with an in tight head kick.
  • "Pressure Cooker":The name says it all. This Thai pad drill will wear out your entire body as you deal with a constant frontal assault!
  • Freestyle Pads: The ultimate in Thai pad training is "freestyle pads". This section will give you step-by-step instruction and plenty of examples on how to hold and "feed" the pads properly so that you can maximize your partner's fighting skill.
VOLUME III: FIGHTING TACTICS & COMBOS

"Anyone serious about improving their fighting ability should increase their pool of technique options."

Having a list of practiced, well-trained moves that you can execute smoothly, quickly and with precision makes you a very dangerous individual.  This video series is designed to teach you certain tactics, strategies and combinations that have proven to be effective in real fighting situations.  The goal here is to increase your technical knowledge while at the same time encourage you to execute those moves naturally and with fluidity – so that they just "come out" without thinking about them. 

Topics covered in this video series include:
  • "Bust His Melon": A dangerous move that can really floor your opponent! The knee to the head is perhaps one of the most devastating moves in fighting. Here's a way to set one up!
  • "The Bodysnatcher": A technique that can really bend a guy over gasping for air. Body shots like this can hurt more than being hit in the head!
  • Fade Back and Charge: A nice way to evade an opponent's kick and counter!
  • "Shield and Wrap": Most people don't think of using this sweet clinching maneuver – use it to your advantage!
  • Shielding Drill: A drill to help you protect yourself from kicks. Shield correctly so that you can keep you head, body, and leg safe from your opponent's kick.
  • Lean Back Drill: Repetition is the mother of learning! Avoiding a high level kick attack correctly should be second nature, so here is another drill to help you protect yourself from those kicks.
  • Hand Pull Move: A surprise attack that most people don't expect – the "hand pull" is an uncommon way to land some good stuff. Learn it and incorporate it into your fighter's toolbox!
  • Hostile Push Kick Response: Why just block passively when you could hit your opponent? This is a neat way to deal with an opponent's push kick and hit him almost simultaneously!
  • Gutbuster: The name says it all – knock the wind out of 'em with this "old school" boxing move.
  • Catch and Run: Need to punish a guy for trying to kick you? Run him off balance and blast him with this move!
  • Ribs or Liver?: What are you in the mood for? Pick your favorite dish! Wherever you decide to hit your opponent with this move, you're likely to crumple him over!
  •  "Legwhacker": Chop their legs our from underneath them. This technique shows you how to look for the possibility of attacking both of his legs too.
  • "Funky Kick": We've never seen this taught anywhere except from one old seasoned Muay Thai coach. Here's how to use an unusual angle on throwing the Thai kick designed to catch your opponent by surprise!
  • Knee to Head Defenses: Hey, you never know when someone just wants to knee your face! Make these defensive options automatic by "ingraining" them into your subconscious so that they "reflexively" come out when needed.
  • The Thai Battering Ram: Sometimes it's difficult to "come in" on a guy without getting hit. Here's a way to crash in safely, unbalance him, and attack!
  • "Forearm Bar Trick": Stuck in a tight clinch and can't land a good knee? This cool tip will show you how to use a special grip so that you can land that solid knee shot!
  • Clinch Counter Flow: It's one thing to know how to counter the clinch, but another to be able to execute the move without thinking, and that's what drills like this are all about.
  • Zone Off and Blast: Advanced fighters have to learn how to use angles instead of attacking "head on" all the time. Here is a good example of how to use an angle to counter your opponent's attack.
  • "Neckbreaker": Save this move for only serious situations. Check the legalities in your area first!
VOLUME IV: FAKES & SETUPS
"A fighter has to be a good liar and hide his true intentions. If you don't know how to do this, you're stuck in predictability."
Fakes and setups can separate the men from the boys. A good fake can mean the difference between a technique that lands and ends the fight vs. a technique that is completely worthless.  
Mastering even just a few pet fakes can make drastic differences in the effectiveness of your striking.  With a good set of fakes under your belt, you can keep your opponent on edge, confused, and wondering how the heck you hit him! 
Topics covered in this video series include:
  • "Flicky Step": Psyche out your next opponent with this move that sets up a devastating right!
  • High Fake and Gut Shot: Many a fight has ended with one just gut shot – here's how to set up yours.
  • Quick Switch Fake: Watch out for this kick? Surprise! Say hello to my right hand! The good ol' right hand is and always will be one of the best fight stoppers. Here is another way to land it!
  • "Headripper": Increase your successful head kick percentages with this one – one of Scott's personal favorites! This is a great way to land the coolest move in fighting – the knockout head kick!!
  • "Sneaky Teep": A sweet way to punish your next opponent with a push kick. Rarely seen, this is a very cool way to confuse your opponent and land an unexpected push kick that has been known to drop a guy!
  • Switch with Right Hook: Give 'em a cannonball right hand coming out of nowhere! This move is designed to divert your opponent's attention to one area while you totally clobber him in a different and unexpected area.
  • Low Fake and Hook: A high percentage way to set up your left hook. This "old school" move has proved useful time and time again.
  • "Superman Punch": Superman punches are exciting moves. Learn how to properly execute this flashy move and the best time to use it.
  • Setting up the Overhand: Many a man has fallen victim to a wicked overhand. Here's how to set up your own overhand that lands with devastation.
  • Draw the Slap: "Drawing" is a way to get your opponent to move his hands out of the way so you can hit him. Here we teach you to open up his head for nice left hook to the jaw.
  • Southpaw Fake: Oh, you fight orthodox – wait southpaw?? WHAM! That's what your opponent should think when you whip this fake out on him.
  • Cut the Support Leg: How to set up an unorthodox leg kick. Most people won't expect this sort of leg kick because it comes at such an unusual time and at an unusual angle!
  • "Tricky Hand": "Tricky hand" is a theory to get your opponent set up for many different attacks, but primary focus is placed on the right hand and left hook.
  • "Chicken Step": Put your opponent on edge with this one – then counter! This fake was inspired by watching certain Dutch fighters in action.
VOLUME V: MUAY THAI SPARRING
"Sparring is the essential area where you get away from theory and learn how to apply your moves for real."
This is the honest, no B.S. truth: if you don't spar you'll never be able to fight. Sparring is where you learn how to apply all the things you have practiced on the pads and with a partner.  
GET THE MOST OUT OF SPARRING!!  But to get the most out of your sparring you need to know how to go about it. You need to know about the three important areas of sparring so that you can maximize your strengths, improve your weaknesses, and most of all – avoid injury.  We will show you step-by-step exactly what you need to know to spar safely and get the absolute most out of it.  
Topics covered in this video series include:
  • Types of Sparring in Muay Thai: Learn the three main areas of sparring in Muay Thai and why they are important. Armed with this knowledge you will not only be "better rounded" but also able to hone in and fix any particular weaknesses in your ability.
  • Low Kick Development: Without a doubt, this drill is the ABSOLUTE BEST WAY TO DEVELOP EFFECTIVE LOW KICKING SKILLS and is an absolute must to anyone interested in becoming an effective Muay Thai fighter.
  • Jab Tag: This is the unparalleled way to develop a "head snapping" jab that constantly threatens. Many hours with this drill will pay you big dividends in your fighting skill!
  • Low Kicking the Boxer: Another critical drill to developing effective low kicking skills. Kicking the leg is an EXCELLENT response to a punching attacker. But the skill needs to be developed and this is how you do it.
  • Body Shots: Often underestimated, a good body shot is a wicked weapon to have in your arsenal. Rediscover the lost art of "body punching" by getting good at this drill!
  • Elbow the Boxer: Although often overlooked, elbows are fantastic weapons. This drill will show you how to incorporate them into sparring so that they just "naturally" come out in your fighting.
  • Knee the Boxer: The clinch and knee is a good response to a puncher and this drill will help you with just that. Enough work with this drill will well-prepare you to face that "boxer" style of opponent.
  • "Thai Sparring": The MOST common form of sparring we do. Thai sparring has numerous benefits and should be done all the time. Learn how to incorporate this type of sparring into your training.
  • Harder Training: This type of training is for more of the "hard core" types who want to either go on to competition or just boost their training for self defense situations. Learn the proper method for doing harder sparring without injuring your training partners in the process.
  • Bangin': To be the best fighter you can be, you need to develop your mind as well as your body. This is the best drill we know of that gives the student that "fighter's mind", "eye of the tiger", "killer instinct" or whatever you want to call it. Following the specific instructions of this drill will make a fighter out of you in the quickest amount of time.
VOLUME I:  ADVANCED MITTS
"The punch mitts are critical for educating the upper body's offensive & defensive skills."  

To be an effective fighter, you need to be smooth in your punching, moving seamlessly back-and-forth from offense to defense with ease and finesse. Nothing else teaches this better for the hands than the mitts! A good mitt holder is hard to find, but very important for your training. If you are like most people, you need to "make your own" through proper training!

This video series is a CRAM SESSION of how to "feed" the mitts correctly, get the most out of your training, and accelerate your skills to an exceptional level.
Topics covered in this series include:
  • Rockback with Counters: How to fire a killer punch from a defensive motion. The rockback is a very useful maneuver and when combined with offensive moves becomes an important aid
  • Double Jab with Counters: A technique to help you flow well off of your jab. The ability to have a set of viable options that flow off of your jab is something that every fighter needs.
  • Right Hand: Covering Your Bases: If you don't know what openings occur when you throw a right hand, you won't know what to look out for and how to coach your partner. Learn the key "base areas" that need to be covered when throwing the right!
  • Left Jab: Covering Your Bases: This drill will teach you how to stay aware of the weaknesses and openings that occur when you throw a jab. This is important because you need to know where your openings are to better protect yourself!
  • Jab Sled: Perhaps the absolute best drill to develop a strong "impaling" sort of jab that really snaps your opponent's head back. Get yourself a good "power jab" as taught here to make your opponent worry about your lead hand as well as your rear hand!!
  • Neck Strengthening Drills: A great fighter can't have a "pencil neck"! A strong neck reduces the concussion of your brain when you are hit and increases your ability to "take a good shot". This drill will show you how to train punching while working on your "pit bull" neck at the same time!
  • Freestyle Mitts: The ultimate in mitt training is "freestyle mitts". This section will give you step-by-step instruction on how to hold and "feed" the mitts properly so that you can maximize your partner's fighting skill. Only by learning this drill will your offensive and defensive skills with your hands and head movement "come alive" and flow like a good fighter should.
VOLUME II:  ADVANCED THAI PADS
"If you're not training with the Thai pads properly, you're not training Muay Thai."

Using the Thai pads is the foundation and "bread and butter" of all Muay Thai training. By training the fighter's technique, defense, movement, and conditioning all in one session, one can maximize their training time by squeezing every bit of benefit out of it.


But if you do not know how to train with the pads, if your holder does not know how to "feed" them, then this awesome training outlet is not going to work for you.
Take the "guesswork" out of Thai pad training with this video.  Topics covered in this video series include:
  • Hand Check Drill: If you don't position your hands properly when kicking, it's just a matter of time until you get nailed. This important drill is great for training you to maintain proper hand placement for kicking.
  • "Climb the Ladder": This conditioning drill will flat out put you on your butt! Arguably the best exercise for developing a killer Thai kick. Can you "climb the ladder" 3 times in a three minute round?
  • The Power Low Kick: BOOM!! Learn the kick that has been known to BREAK FEMURS (the largest bone in the human body)! THIS IS THE MOST POWERFUL WAY TO THROW THE THAI KICK!!
  • Shielding Drill: Shielding is the primary defense against kicks. Learn it correctly and well. Even better, counter right off of your shield. That's what this drill teaches you to do.
  • Right Side: Put some time in on learning how to deliver this slick "power shot" combination – we think you'll appreciate it.
  • "Run and Gun" Series: This series of drills will help you become a better counterstriker. Learn to move away from your opponent and then blast him with these vicious counters.
  • Defend the Legs: If you neglect your legs, you are bound to be "chopped down" by a good leg kicker. This drill will teach you how to not let that happen.
  • Stopping the "Bum Rush": When an opponent rushes in, it's usually not a good idea to stand there and meet 'em "head on". These drills will show you how to correctly deal with this situation.
  • Mess 'Em Up: A great drill for fighting effectively when close to your opponent. Rattle 'em up and finish with an in tight head kick.
  • "Pressure Cooker":The name says it all. This Thai pad drill will wear out your entire body as you deal with a constant frontal assault!
  • Freestyle Pads: The ultimate in Thai pad training is "freestyle pads". This section will give you step-by-step instruction and plenty of examples on how to hold and "feed" the pads properly so that you can maximize your partner's fighting skill.
VOLUME III: FIGHTING TACTICS & COMBOS

"Anyone serious about improving their fighting ability should increase their pool of technique options."

Having a list of practiced, well-trained moves that you can execute smoothly, quickly and with precision makes you a very dangerous individual.  This video series is designed to teach you certain tactics, strategies and combinations that have proven to be effective in real fighting situations.  The goal here is to increase your technical knowledge while at the same time encourage you to execute those moves naturally and with fluidity – so that they just "come out" without thinking about them. 

Topics covered in this video series include:
  • "Bust His Melon": A dangerous move that can really floor your opponent! The knee to the head is perhaps one of the most devastating moves in fighting. Here's a way to set one up!
  • "The Bodysnatcher": A technique that can really bend a guy over gasping for air. Body shots like this can hurt more than being hit in the head!
  • Fade Back and Charge: A nice way to evade an opponent's kick and counter!
  • "Shield and Wrap": Most people don't think of using this sweet clinching maneuver – use it to your advantage!
  • Shielding Drill: A drill to help you protect yourself from kicks. Shield correctly so that you can keep you head, body, and leg safe from your opponent's kick.
  • Lean Back Drill: Repetition is the mother of learning! Avoiding a high level kick attack correctly should be second nature, so here is another drill to help you protect yourself from those kicks.
  • Hand Pull Move: A surprise attack that most people don't expect – the "hand pull" is an uncommon way to land some good stuff. Learn it and incorporate it into your fighter's toolbox!
  • Hostile Push Kick Response: Why just block passively when you could hit your opponent? This is a neat way to deal with an opponent's push kick and hit him almost simultaneously!
  • Gutbuster: The name says it all – knock the wind out of 'em with this "old school" boxing move.
  • Catch and Run: Need to punish a guy for trying to kick you? Run him off balance and blast him with this move!
  • Ribs or Liver?: What are you in the mood for? Pick your favorite dish! Wherever you decide to hit your opponent with this move, you're likely to crumple him over!
  •  "Legwhacker": Chop their legs our from underneath them. This technique shows you how to look for the possibility of attacking both of his legs too.
  • "Funky Kick": We've never seen this taught anywhere except from one old seasoned Muay Thai coach. Here's how to use an unusual angle on throwing the Thai kick designed to catch your opponent by surprise!
  • Knee to Head Defenses: Hey, you never know when someone just wants to knee your face! Make these defensive options automatic by "ingraining" them into your subconscious so that they "reflexively" come out when needed.
  • The Thai Battering Ram: Sometimes it's difficult to "come in" on a guy without getting hit. Here's a way to crash in safely, unbalance him, and attack!
  • "Forearm Bar Trick": Stuck in a tight clinch and can't land a good knee? This cool tip will show you how to use a special grip so that you can land that solid knee shot!
  • Clinch Counter Flow: It's one thing to know how to counter the clinch, but another to be able to execute the move without thinking, and that's what drills like this are all about.
  • Zone Off and Blast: Advanced fighters have to learn how to use angles instead of attacking "head on" all the time. Here is a good example of how to use an angle to counter your opponent's attack.
  • "Neckbreaker": Save this move for only serious situations. Check the legalities in your area first!
VOLUME IV: FAKES & SETUPS
"A fighter has to be a good liar and hide his true intentions. If you don't know how to do this, you're stuck in predictability."
Fakes and setups can separate the men from the boys. A good fake can mean the difference between a technique that lands and ends the fight vs. a technique that is completely worthless.  
Mastering even just a few pet fakes can make drastic differences in the effectiveness of your striking.  With a good set of fakes under your belt, you can keep your opponent on edge, confused, and wondering how the heck you hit him! 
Topics covered in this video series include:
  • "Flicky Step": Psyche out your next opponent with this move that sets up a devastating right!
  • High Fake and Gut Shot: Many a fight has ended with one just gut shot – here's how to set up yours.
  • Quick Switch Fake: Watch out for this kick? Surprise! Say hello to my right hand! The good ol' right hand is and always will be one of the best fight stoppers. Here is another way to land it!
  • "Headripper": Increase your successful head kick percentages with this one – one of Scott's personal favorites! This is a great way to land the coolest move in fighting – the knockout head kick!!
  • "Sneaky Teep": A sweet way to punish your next opponent with a push kick. Rarely seen, this is a very cool way to confuse your opponent and land an unexpected push kick that has been known to drop a guy!
  • Switch with Right Hook: Give 'em a cannonball right hand coming out of nowhere! This move is designed to divert your opponent's attention to one area while you totally clobber him in a different and unexpected area.
  • Low Fake and Hook: A high percentage way to set up your left hook. This "old school" move has proved useful time and time again.
  • "Superman Punch": Superman punches are exciting moves. Learn how to properly execute this flashy move and the best time to use it.
  • Setting up the Overhand: Many a man has fallen victim to a wicked overhand. Here's how to set up your own overhand that lands with devastation.
  • Draw the Slap: "Drawing" is a way to get your opponent to move his hands out of the way so you can hit him. Here we teach you to open up his head for nice left hook to the jaw.
  • Southpaw Fake: Oh, you fight orthodox – wait southpaw?? WHAM! That's what your opponent should think when you whip this fake out on him.
  • Cut the Support Leg: How to set up an unorthodox leg kick. Most people won't expect this sort of leg kick because it comes at such an unusual time and at an unusual angle!
  • "Tricky Hand": "Tricky hand" is a theory to get your opponent set up for many different attacks, but primary focus is placed on the right hand and left hook.
  • "Chicken Step": Put your opponent on edge with this one – then counter! This fake was inspired by watching certain Dutch fighters in action.
VOLUME V: MUAY THAI SPARRING
"Sparring is the essential area where you get away from theory and learn how to apply your moves for real."
This is the honest, no B.S. truth: if you don't spar you'll never be able to fight. Sparring is where you learn how to apply all the things you have practiced on the pads and with a partner.  
GET THE MOST OUT OF SPARRING!!  But to get the most out of your sparring you need to know how to go about it. You need to know about the three important areas of sparring so that you can maximize your strengths, improve your weaknesses, and most of all – avoid injury.  We will show you step-by-step exactly what you need to know to spar safely and get the absolute most out of it.  
Topics covered in this video series include:
  • Types of Sparring in Muay Thai: Learn the three main areas of sparring in Muay Thai and why they are important. Armed with this knowledge you will not only be "better rounded" but also able to hone in and fix any particular weaknesses in your ability.
  • Low Kick Development: Without a doubt, this drill is the ABSOLUTE BEST WAY TO DEVELOP EFFECTIVE LOW KICKING SKILLS and is an absolute must to anyone interested in becoming an effective Muay Thai fighter.
  • Jab Tag: This is the unparalleled way to develop a "head snapping" jab that constantly threatens. Many hours with this drill will pay you big dividends in your fighting skill!
  • Low Kicking the Boxer: Another critical drill to developing effective low kicking skills. Kicking the leg is an EXCELLENT response to a punching attacker. But the skill needs to be developed and this is how you do it.
  • Body Shots: Often underestimated, a good body shot is a wicked weapon to have in your arsenal. Rediscover the lost art of "body punching" by getting good at this drill!
  • Elbow the Boxer: Although often overlooked, elbows are fantastic weapons. This drill will show you how to incorporate them into sparring so that they just "naturally" come out in your fighting.
  • Knee the Boxer: The clinch and knee is a good response to a puncher and this drill will help you with just that. Enough work with this drill will well-prepare you to face that "boxer" style of opponent.
  • "Thai Sparring": The MOST common form of sparring we do. Thai sparring has numerous benefits and should be done all the time. Learn how to incorporate this type of sparring into your training.
  • Harder Training: This type of training is for more of the "hard core" types who want to either go on to competition or just boost their training for self defense situations. Learn the proper method for doing harder sparring without injuring your training partners in the process.
  • Bangin': To be the best fighter you can be, you need to develop your mind as well as your body. This is the best drill we know of that gives the student that "fighter's mind", "eye of the tiger", "killer instinct" or whatever you want to call it. Following the specific instructions of this drill will make a fighter out of you in the quickest amount of time.
VOLUME I: 
HARD CORE THAI PAD TRAINING

You can learn virtually an endless amount of drills by watching this video. You will improve in the number of combinations you can train with as well as learn how to hold pads like a pro!

  • A Round With Kru Bee: See exactly how a former Lumpini champion recommends you train with the pads! If you want to be a champ then do what champs do!
  • Combos By Kru Den": How to train various combinations on the pads that will maximize your fighting ability!
  • Punching to Low Kick Combos:  Kru Bee shows you how to set up low kicks on both of the opponents legs – front and rear!
  • Pad Skool: Learn the time tested ways of holding and training with the pads from the trainers at Chay Yai Muay Thai gym
  • Goin' Ballistic: A sweet combination that will really test your coordination!
  • Block Kick, Knee, and Elbow: How to level an opponent who tries to throw a kick at you!
  • Jab, Back Spin Elbow:  Hardly anyone expects a back spinning elbow. This move can muster an incredible amount of power. Here's how you can throw and land yours!
VOLUME II: 
THE INTENSIVE MUAY THAI CLINCH

If you've never been caught in a body clinch, rest assured that it can really SUCK to get stuck in this thing and while getting pummeled to death with knees. This move will show you ho to to get out!

  • "Snaking" Out of the Body Clinch:  Counter the body clinch while preventing your opponent from even getting off a knee against you!
  • 3 Battle Tested Grips:  Learn these classic clinch grips that will make your clinch "rock solid"!
  • Head Wrap and Knee:  Catch your next opponent with this move! A great way to trap his head and make him vulernable to a knee!
  • Neck Grab Counter:  A great fighter needs to have flawless ways of dealing with the neck grab! This move is sure to fit the bill.
  • Muscle Spikes:  PUNISH your opponent's biceps and thighs with these nasty tricks.
  • "Don't Forget About My Elbow":  Surprise move "right up the middle"! Let your opponent be the one who forgets about this one!
  • "Clinch Skool":  A masterful example and display of world class clinching. Watch and learn!
  • "Off Balancing Drill":  Off-balancing your opponent in the clinch is important for setting up strikes and throws. This drill is the best way we know of for making that skill "second nature".
  • Defeating the Puncher Tactics:  Simple effective tactics that will show you how to use your clinching skills to defeat and disable a "boxing" style opponent.
  • Knee Strategy:  All the fundamentlas for delivering powerful, gut-wrenching, melon-busting knee strikes. Straight knees, round knees, flying knees, etc. – it's all right here.
  • "Head Lift":  You'll appreciate this safe and simple way to get out of an opponent's clinch.
  • How to Stop the Head Push:  A nice "re-counter" to an opponent who is trying to escape your clinch with the head push.
  • "Head Trick":  Rarely seen strong arm tactic that puts your opponent in a VERY VULERNABLE POSITION – making him a virtual "sittin' duck" for your knees.
  • How to Stop the "Clincher":  What are you going to do if someone is a better clincher than you? With this strategy you'll be able to shut down his clinch from the get-go!
VOLUME III: 
CRIPPLING KICKS & ELBOWS

Learn and appreciate these important points when throwing your kick!

  • How to Use Kicks to Defeat a Puncher:  Facing someone who's a better boxer than you? You'll need your legs and a good "kicker's strategy" in dealing with this guy. Let Kru Bee show you how to handle this situation.
  • How To Set Up the Head Kick:  Without a doubt, landing a solid headkick on an opponent is perhaps the most "crowd pleasing" and exciting way to defeat an opponent.
  • How to Set Up the Low Kick:  Perfect your leg kicking skills and increase your landing percentage with these set-ups!
  • Using the Muay Thai Teep:  How to use the front kick in ways you probably haven't thought of.
  • Kicking Fakes:  How to fake out your opponent and land that blow of destruction.
  • Elbow Overview:  All the fundamentals on developing those nasty elbows.
  • How to Use the Elbow to Defeat a Puncher:  Sometimes a guy who focuses on punching can be WIDE OPEN for a swift elbow shot. Here's how to do it.
  • Elbow Defense:  Crucial stuff here on how to not be on the wrong end of a viscious blow.
  • Grab Kick and Blast:  How to take out your enemy after you grab his kick.
  • Sneaking in the Uppercut Elbow:  How to land this sweet surprise.
  • Underneath Catch and Slam:  An advanced way to deal with an opponent's kick
  • Training the Low Kick:  To develop good low kicking skills, you need proper technique and a lot of practice! This section will give you tips on both, as well as getting maximum power out of your kick.
  • Countering the Low Kick:  Don't be a sucker for a low kick! It only takes a few to really hobble you! Train these counters and unleash some surprises on the next guy that tries it!
VOLUME IV: 
RANDOM MUAY THAI NUTS & BOLTS

How to better understand what technique to use and when to use it.

  • How to Use Kicks to Defeat a Puncher:  Facing someone who's a better boxer than you? You'll need your legs and a good "kicker's strategy" in dealing with this guy. Let Kru Bee show you how to handle this situation.
  • How To Set Up the Head Kick:  Without a doubt, landing a solid headkick on an opponent is perhaps the most "crowd pleasing" and exciting way to defeat an opponent.
  • How to Set Up the Low Kick:  Perfect your leg kicking skills and increase your landing percentage with these set-ups!
  • Using the Muay Thai Teep:  How to use the front kick in ways you probably haven't thought of
  • Kicking Fakes:  How to fake out your opponent and land that blow of destruction
  • Elbow Overview:  All the fundamentals on developing those nasty elbows.
  • How to Use the Elbow to Defeat a Puncher:  Sometimes a guy who focuses on punching can be WIDE OPEN for a swift elbow shot. Here's how to do it.
  • Elbow Defense:  Crucial stuff here on how to not be on the wrong end of a viscious blow.
  • Grab Kick and Blast:  How to take out your enemy after you grab his kick.
  • Sneaking in the Uppercut Elbow:  How to land this sweet surprise.
  • Underneath Catch and Slam:  An advanced way to deal with an opponent's kick
  • Training the Low Kick:  To develop good low kicking skills, you need proper technique and a lot of practice! This section will give you tips on both, as well as getting maximum power out of your kick.
  • Countering the Low Kick:  Don't be a sucker for a low kick! It only takes a few to really hobble you! Train these counters and unleash some surprises on the next guy that tries it!
VOLUME I: HARD CORE THAI PAD TRAINING
You can learn virtually an endless amount of drills by watching this video. You will improve in the number of combinations you can train with as well as learn how to hold pads like a pro!
  
  • A Round With Kru Bee: See exactly how a former Lumpini champion recommends you train with the pads! If you want to be a champ then do what champs do! 
  • Combos By Kru Den": How to train various combinations on the pads that will maximize your fighting ability!
  • Punching to Low Kick Combos:  Kru Bee shows you how to set up low kicks on both of the opponents legs – front and rear! 
  • Pad Skool: Learn the time tested ways of holding and training with the pads from the trainers at Chay Yai Muay Thai gym
  • Goin' Ballistic: A sweet combination that will really test your coordination! 
  • Block Kick, Knee, and Elbow: How to level an opponent who tries to throw a kick at you!
  • Jab, Back Spin Elbow:  Hardly anyone expects a back spinning elbow. This move can muster an incredible amount of power. Here's how you can throw and land yours
VOLUME II: THE INTENSIVE MUAY THAI CLINCH

If you've never been caught in a body clinch, rest assured that it can really SUCK to get stuck in this thing and while getting pummeled to death with knees. This move will show you ho to to get out!

  • Snaking" Out of the Body Clinch:  Counter the body clinch while preventing your opponent from even getting off a knee against you! 
  • 3 Battle Tested Grips:  Learn these classic clinch grips that will make your clinch "rock solid"! 
  • Head Wrap and Knee:  Catch your next opponent with this move! A great way to trap his head and make him vulnerable to a knee! 
  • Neck Grab Counter:  A great fighter needs to have flawless ways of dealing with the neck grab! This move is sure to fit the bill. 
  • Muscle Spikes:  PUNISH your opponent's biceps and thighs with these nasty tricks.
  • "Don't Forget About My Elbow":  Surprise move "right up the middle"! Let your opponent be the one who forgets about this one!
  • "Clinch Skool":  A masterful example and display of world class clinching. Watch and learn! 
  • "Off Balancing Drill":  Off-balancing your opponent in the clinch is important for setting up strikes and throws. This drill is the best way we know of for making that skill "second nature". 
  • Defeating the Puncher Tactics:  Simple effective tactics that will show you how to use your clinching skills to defeat and disable a "boxing" style opponent. 
  • Knee Strategy:  All the fundamentals for delivering powerful, gut-wrenching, melon-busting knee strikes. Straight knees, round knees, flying knees, etc. – it's all right here. 
  • "Head Lift":  You'll appreciate this safe and simple way to get out of an opponent's clinch. 
  • How to Stop the Head Push:  A nice "re-counter" to an opponent who is trying to escape your clinch with the head push. 
  • "Head Trick":  Rarely seen strong arm tactic that puts your opponent in a VERY VULNERABLE POSITION – making him a virtual "sittin' duck" for your knees. 
  • How to Stop the "Clincher":  What are you going to do if someone is a better clincher than you? With this strategy you'll be able to shut down his clinch from the get-go! 
VOLUME III: CRIPPLING KICKS & ELBOWS

Learn and appreciate these important points when throwing your kick!

  • How to Use Kicks to Defeat a Puncher:  Facing someone who's a better boxer than you? You'll need your legs and a good "kicker's strategy" in dealing with this guy. Let Kru Bee show you how to handle this situation.
  • How To Set Up the Head Kick:  Without a doubt, landing a solid headkick on an opponent is perhaps the most "crowd pleasing" and exciting way to defeat an opponent.
  • How to Set Up the Low Kick:  Perfect your leg kicking skills and increase your landing percentage with these set-ups!
  • Using the Muay Thai Teep:  How to use the front kick in ways you probably haven't thought of.
  • Kicking Fakes:  How to fake out your opponent and land that blow of destruction.
  • Elbow Overview:  All the fundamentals on developing those nasty elbows.
  • How to Use the Elbow to Defeat a Puncher:  Sometimes a guy who focuses on punching can be WIDE OPEN for a swift elbow shot. Here's how to do it.
  • Elbow Defense:  Crucial stuff here on how to not be on the wrong end of a viscious blow.
  • Grab Kick and Blast:  How to take out your enemy after you grab his kick.
  • Sneaking in the Uppercut Elbow:  How to land this sweet surprise.
  • Underneath Catch and Slam:  An advanced way to deal with an opponent's kick
  • Training the Low Kick:  To develop good low kicking skills, you need proper technique and a lot of practice! This section will give you tips on both, as well as getting maximum power out of your kick.
  • Countering the Low Kick:  Don't be a sucker for a low kick! It only takes a few to really hobble you! Train these counters and unleash some surprises on the next guy that tries it!
VOLUME IV: RANDOM MUAY THAI NUTS & BOLTS

How to better understand what technique to use and when to use it.

  • How to Use Kicks to Defeat a Puncher:  Facing someone who's a better boxer than you? You'll need your legs and a good "kicker's strategy" in dealing with this guy. Let Kru Bee show you how to handle this situation.
  • How To Set Up the Head Kick:  Without a doubt, landing a solid headkick on an opponent is perhaps the most "crowd pleasing" and exciting way to defeat an opponent.
  • How to Set Up the Low Kick:  Perfect your leg kicking skills and increase your landing percentage with these set-ups!
  • Using the Muay Thai Teep:  How to use the front kick in ways you probably haven't thought of
  • Kicking Fakes:  How to fake out your opponent and land that blow of destruction
  • Elbow Overview:  All the fundamentals on developing those nasty elbows.
  • How to Use the Elbow to Defeat a Puncher:  Sometimes a guy who focuses on punching can be WIDE OPEN for a swift elbow shot. Here's how to do it.
  • Elbow Defense:  Crucial stuff here on how to not be on the wrong end of a viscious blow.
  • Grab Kick and Blast:  How to take out your enemy after you grab his kick.
  • Sneaking in the Uppercut Elbow:  How to land this sweet surprise.
  • Underneath Catch and Slam:  An advanced way to deal with an opponent's kick
  • Training the Low Kick:  To develop good low kicking skills, you need proper technique and a lot of practice! This section will give you tips on both, as well as getting maximum power out of your kick.
  • Countering the Low Kick:  Don't be a sucker for a low kick! It only takes a few to really hobble you! Train these counters and unleash some surprises on the next guy that tries it!
VOLUME II: 
THE INTENSIVE MUAY THAI CLINCH

If you've never been caught in a body clinch, rest assured that it can really SUCK to get stuck in this thing and while getting pummeled to death with knees. This move will show you ho to to get out!

  • "Snaking" Out of the Body Clinch:  Counter the body clinch while preventing your opponent from even getting off a knee against you!
  • 3 Battle Tested Grips:  Learn these classic clinch grips that will make your clinch "rock solid"!
  • Head Wrap and Knee:  Catch your next opponent with this move! A great way to trap his head and make him vulernable to a knee!
  • Neck Grab Counter:  A great fighter needs to have flawless ways of dealing with the neck grab! This move is sure to fit the bill.
  • Muscle Spikes:  PUNISH your opponent's biceps and thighs with these nasty tricks.
  • "Don't Forget About My Elbow":  Surprise move "right up the middle"! Let your opponent be the one who forgets about this one!
  • "Clinch Skool":  A masterful example and display of world class clinching. Watch and learn!
  • "Off Balancing Drill":  Off-balancing your opponent in the clinch is important for setting up strikes and throws. This drill is the best way we know of for making that skill "second nature".
  • Defeating the Puncher Tactics:  Simple effective tactics that will show you how to use your clinching skills to defeat and disable a "boxing" style opponent.
  • Knee Strategy:  All the fundamentlas for delivering powerful, gut-wrenching, melon-busting knee strikes. Straight knees, round knees, flying knees, etc. – it's all right here.
  • "Head Lift":  You'll appreciate this safe and simple way to get out of an opponent's clinch.
  • How to Stop the Head Push:  A nice "re-counter" to an opponent who is trying to escape your clinch with the head push.
  • "Head Trick":  Rarely seen strong arm tactic that puts your opponent in a VERY VULERNABLE POSITION – making him a virtual "sittin' duck" for your knees.
  • How to Stop the "Clincher":  What are you going to do if someone is a better clincher than you? With this strategy you'll be able to shut down his clinch from the get-go!
VOLUME III: 
CRIPPLING KICKS & ELBOWS

Learn and appreciate these important points when throwing your kick!

  • How to Use Kicks to Defeat a Puncher:  Facing someone who's a better boxer than you? You'll need your legs and a good "kicker's strategy" in dealing with this guy. Let Kru Bee show you how to handle this situation.
  • How To Set Up the Head Kick:  Without a doubt, landing a solid headkick on an opponent is perhaps the most "crowd pleasing" and exciting way to defeat an opponent.
  • How to Set Up the Low Kick:  Perfect your leg kicking skills and increase your landing percentage with these set-ups!
  • Using the Muay Thai Teep:  How to use the front kick in ways you probably haven't thought of.
  • Kicking Fakes:  How to fake out your opponent and land that blow of destruction.
  • Elbow Overview:  All the fundamentals on developing those nasty elbows.
  • How to Use the Elbow to Defeat a Puncher:  Sometimes a guy who focuses on punching can be WIDE OPEN for a swift elbow shot. Here's how to do it.
  • Elbow Defense:  Crucial stuff here on how to not be on the wrong end of a viscious blow.
  • Grab Kick and Blast:  How to take out your enemy after you grab his kick.
  • Sneaking in the Uppercut Elbow:  How to land this sweet surprise.
  • Underneath Catch and Slam:  An advanced way to deal with an opponent's kick
  • Training the Low Kick:  To develop good low kicking skills, you need proper technique and a lot of practice! This section will give you tips on both, as well as getting maximum power out of your kick.
  • Countering the Low Kick:  Don't be a sucker for a low kick! It only takes a few to really hobble you! Train these counters and unleash some surprises on the next guy that tries it!
COURSE #4:
Muay Thai "SPECIAL TOPICS"

A Lesson On How To Use Punching Skills to Beat a Kicker and Clincher!Having good boxing skills can be an awesome asset for fighting. In fact, a recent study showed that most MMA fights are won by punching. Make no mistake about it, if you want to maximize your fighting skills, you need to maximize your hand skills! The problem is that unless you train properly, it can be very difficult to apply your punching skills in a Thai boxing/kickboxing/MMA context.

The reason is RANGE. Muay Thai, Kickboxing, MMA and streetfighting all allow weapons and ranges that are illegal in standard boxing. The weapons used at kicking and clinching range (kicks, knees and elbows) can totally nullify your punching attacks.

Be forewarned - unless you know how to deal with this problem, your ability to use your punches in these contexts will be greatly compromised.

These videos will give you drills and techniques you need to SMASH AND DESTROY your opponent's kicking and clinching counters and maximize your punching skills.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THESE VIDEOS INCLUDE: 
  • Step Away and Knock 'Em Out: - a good way to deal with a kick that still leaves you able to come back with punches!
  • Sick Teep Stopper: - He tries to push kick you, you force him into an angle that leaves him very vulnerable to your punching counters!
  • Scoop & Counter: Put that kicker away as quickly and efficiently as possible.
  • Bust A Gut : - You'll love this great way to pulverize someone who tries to kick you with a Thai kick!
  • Stop The Kicker Drill : One of the absolute best drills you can do to learn how to use punching skills to take out a kicker.
  • Stop The Low Kicker: The low kick is KRYPTONITE for a boxer. If you are punching style fighter, YOU MUST LEARN HOW TO DEAL WITH THIS MOVE. Here is how we train it.
  • Low Kick Block & Attack:  Combinations to use against a low kick.
  • Outside Leg Shield:  Deal with your opponent's body kick counter effectively with this move!
  • Backside Leg Shield:  Advanced sequence to counter an opponent's body kick.
  • Light Leg Drill:  - Develop the CRITICAL skill of "boxing with a light leg" with drill!
  • Punch Off The Block Drill: A quick way to come back with a strong punch.
  • Jammin': How to CRUSH someone trying to kick you. This move is really capable of catching them off guard!
  • Defending the Elbow Attack:  If an opponent has you in his clinch, there are more than knees to worry about. Look out for that elbow too!
  • Beat Up A Kicker:  This is THE DRILL for learning the tools needed to take out a kicking style fighter. You should spend a lot of time doing this drill!
  • ATTACK AND DISMANTLE THE THAI CLINCH: If you get "inside" a good kicker, chances are they are going to wrap you up in a Thai clinch to smother your punching attacks and make you vulnerable. If you don't know how to COUNTER THE CLINCH with straight-forward simple and effective moves - YOU'RE TOAST! If you want to use your punches against an opponent, YOU MUST KNOW HOW TO BEAT THE CRAP OUT OF A CLINCHER. These are the best and simplest moves we know of to do just that! HIGHLY IMPORTANT!
A Lesson In Strategies and Moves for Countering The Boxer!

Sometimes its just not a good idea to "trade punches" with a guy unless you really know what you are doing.Never box with someone who is a better boxer than you. The smart fighter knows better than that.

What you need in these situations are time-tested moves specifically designed for stopping the boxing/punching style fighter.

That's what these videos are all about; how to counter and stop the "boxer" style attack.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THESE VIDEOS INCLUDE:
  • Destroying the Jabber Counterattack Drills: Jab, slip, low kick, and knee somebody for trying to hit you with a jab!
  • "The Wall" Counterattack Drills: Right blast, switch kick, knee or uppercut an opponent for trying to hit you with a right hand!
  • Slip and Smash: Advanced ways to deal with an opponent's right.
  • Push And Slam: A classic Muay Thai counter against a right. It seems like every trainer in Thailand teaches this move.
  • "Rib Buster": Punishment for an opponent who takes a swing at you
  • Blast The Hooker: Classic ways of countering someone trying you with a hook
  • The "Diagonal Knee Counter":Surpirse your opponent with this one!
  • Elbow Slicer: Watch out - this one can cut your opponent!
  • The "Emanuel Steward" Left Hook: A quick and clean shot to the button! Definitely an unusual way to throw the hook and set up heavier shots.
  • The Spinning Hammerfist: An unorthodox move that can flat out put your opponent on his ass! Many a man has been caught totally off guard with this one!
  • Counters Off The Shoulder Roll: Nice advanced move for those who are quick
  • The "Bolo Punch": A sweet UNORTHODOX punch that seems like it could take his head clean off!
How to STOP Common Counters To Your Clinch!

Your'e in a fight, you establish clinch and now are elated! Now it's time to let loose a barrage of knees - right? Not so fast! If you clinch up with someone who knows what they are doing, you are going to have a difficult time landing a blow past their defenses.

Sometimes, an opponent knows a few simple moves and that's all it takes to make it hard for you to use your clinch effectively.

In such situations its important to know how to counter these "clinch stoppers". By mastering the techniques presented here you will greatly increase the effectiveness of your clinching attacks.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THESE VIDEOS INCLUDE:
  • Changing Doors: Opponent's can "stuff" your clinch in an attempt to shut it down. What you need to do is change your attack. Here are some ways to do just that!
  • The Ensnarement: Ways to really put your opponent in a difficult and compromised position when they try to block your knees!
  • Countering Clinch Counters: Next time an opponent counters your clinch attack, try some of these options.
  • Clinch Blocking: Just because you establish a clinch, doesn't mean you're "home free" to rain knees into their belly without fear of retaliation. They can hit you! Here's how to deal with it.
  • How to Defeat the Face Push: The simple face push is perhaps one of the best ways of defending against the clinch. Learn how to counter this effective "clinch stopper"!
  • How to Counter Hip Push: A lot of MMA/Grappling style fighters like to counter the clinch with pushing the hips. Here's how to stop that move.
VOLUME I: DEMOLISH THE KICKER & CLINCHER

A Lesson On How To Use Punching Skills to Beat a Kicker and Clincher! Having good boxing skills can be an awesome asset for fighting.In fact, a recent study showed that most MMA fights are won by punching.Make no mistake about it, if you want to maximize your fighting skills, you need to maximize your hand skills! The problem is that unless you train properly, it can be very difficult to apply your punching skills in a Thai boxing/kickboxing/MMA context.

The reason is RANGE. Muay Thai, Kickboxing, MMA and streetfighting all allow weapons and ranges that are illegal in standard boxing. The weapons used at kicking and clinching range (kicks, knees and elbows) can totally nullify your punching attacks.

Be forewarned - unless you know how to deal with this problem, your ability to use your punches in these contexts will be greatly compromised.

These videos will give you drills and techniques you need to SMASH AND DESTROY your opponent's kicking and clinching counters and maximize your punching skills.

HIGHLIGHTS OF THESE VIDEOS INCLUDE: 
  • Step Away and Knock 'Em Out: - a good way to deal with a kick that still leaves you able to come back with punches!
  • Sick Teep Stopper: - He tries to push kick you, you force him into an angle that leaves him very vulnerable to your punching counters!
  • Scoop & Counter: Put that kicker away as quickly and efficiently as possible.
  • Bust A Gut : - You'll love this great way to pulverize someone who tries to kick you with a Thai kick!
  • Stop The Kicker Drill : One of the absolute best drills you can do to learn how to use punching skills to take out a kicker.
  • Stop The Low Kicker: The low kick is KRYPTONITE for a boxer. If you are punching style fighter, YOU MUST LEARN HOW TO DEAL WITH THIS MOVE. Here is how we train it.
  • Low Kick Block & Attack:  Combinations to use against a low kick.
  • Outside Leg Shield:  Deal with your opponent's body kick counter effectively with this move!
  • Backside Leg Shield:  Advanced sequence to counter an opponent's body kick.
  • Light Leg Drill:  - Develop the CRITICAL skill of "boxing with a light leg" with drill!
  • Punch Off The Block Drill: A quick way to come back with a strong punch.
  • Jammin': How to CRUSH someone trying to kick you. This move is really capable of catching them off guard!
  • Defending the Elbow Attack:  If an opponent has you in his clinch, there are more than knees to worry about. Look out for that elbow too!
  • Beat Up A Kicker:  This is THE DRILL for learning the tools needed to take out a kicking style fighter. You should spend a lot of time doing this drill!
  • ATTACK AND DISMANTLE THE THAI CLINCH: If you get "inside" a good kicker, chances are they are going to wrap you up in a Thai clinch to smother your punching attacks and make you vulnerable. If you don't know how to COUNTER THE CLINCH with straight-forward simple and effective moves - YOU'RE TOAST! If you want to use your punches against an opponent, YOU MUST KNOW HOW TO BEAT THE CRAP OUT OF A CLINCHER. These are the best and simplest moves we know of to do just that! HIGHLY IMPORTANT!
VOLUME II: HOW TO BEAT THE BOXER

A Lesson In Strategies and Moves for Countering The Boxer!

Sometimes it's just not a good idea to "trade punches" with a guy unless you really know what you are doing. Never box with someone who is a better boxer than you. The smart fighter knows better than that.

What you need in these situations are time-tested moves specifically designed for stopping the boxing/punching style fighter.

That's what these videos are all about; how to counter and stop the "boxer" style attack.

HIGHLIGHTS OF THESE VIDEOS INCLUDE:
  • Destroying the Jabber Counterattack Drills: Jab, slip, low kick, and knee somebody for trying to hit you with a jab!
  • "The Wall" Counterattack Drills: Right blast, switch kick, knee or uppercut an opponent for trying to hit you with a right hand!
  • Slip and Smash: Advanced ways to deal with an opponent's right.
  • Push And Slam: A classic Muay Thai counter against a right. It seems like every trainer in Thailand teaches this move.
  • "Rib Buster": Punishment for an opponent who takes a swing at you
  • Blast The Hooker: Classic ways of countering someone trying you with a hook
  • The "Diagonal Knee Counter":Surpirse your opponent with this one!
  • Elbow Slicer: Watch out - this one can cut your opponent!
  • The "Emanuel Steward" Left Hook: A quick and clean shot to the button! Definitely an unusual way to throw the hook and set up heavier shots.
  • The Spinning Hammerfist: An unorthodox move that can flat out put your opponent on his ass! Many a man has been caught totally off guard with this one!
  • Counters Off The Shoulder Roll: Nice advanced move for those who are quick
  • The "Bolo Punch": A sweet UNORTHODOX punch that seems like it could take his head clean off!
VOLUME III: TIGHTEN UP YOUR CLINCH

How to STOP Common Counters To Your Clinch!

Your'e in a fight, you establish clinch and now are elated! Now it's time to let loose a barrage of knees - right? Not so fast! If you clinch up with someone who knows what they are doing, you are going to have a difficult time landing a blow past their defenses.

Sometimes, an opponent knows a few simple moves and that's all it takes to make it hard for you to use your clinch effectively.

In such situations it's important to know how to counter these "clinch stoppers". By mastering the techniques presented here you will greatly increase the effectiveness of your clinching attacks.

HIGHLIGHTS OF THESE VIDEOS INCLUDE:
  • Changing Doors: Opponent's can "stuff" your clinch in an attempt to shut it down. What you need to do is change your attack. Here are some ways to do just that!
  • The Ensnarement: Ways to really put your opponent in a difficult and compromised position when they try to block your knees!
  • Countering Clinch Counters: Next time an opponent counters your clinch attack, try some of these options.
  • Clinch Blocking: Just because you establish a clinch, doesn't mean you're "home free" to rain knees into their belly without fear of retaliation. They can hit you! Here's how to deal with it.
  • How to Defeat the Face Push: The simple face push is perhaps one of the best ways of defending against the clinch. Learn how to counter this effective "clinch stopper"!
  • How to Counter Hip Push: A lot of MMA/Grappling style fighters like to counter the clinch with pushing the hips. Here's how to stop that move.

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People in Thailand know that the region of Isan Thailand is the place that produces a large number of Muay Thai fighters. One very well known gym in the area is the Sor Katika Gym.

One thing about Sor. Katika Gym is that it is not advertised at all. Period. They are strictly word of mouth and very serious. If a boxer gets out of line during training , for example being rude or drinking (because they mostly sleep and live there) they will be kicked out. Everyone around the area and in Chaingmai knows about this camp.

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People in Thailand know that the region of Isan Thailand is the place that produces a large number of Muay Thai fighters. One very well known gym in the area is the Sor Katika Gym.

One thing about Sor. Katika Gym is that it is not advertised at all. Period. They are strictly word of mouth and very serious. If a boxer gets out of line during training , for example being rude or drinking (because they mostly sleep and live there) they will be kicked out. Everyone around the area and in Chaingmai knows about this camp.

This gym is not at all about training foreigners.They don't make their money training foreigners - they train fighters and they are very well known. The main owner, Ajarn Vinit Tanjud is totally famous for his experience teaching/training young Thais around the country in Muay Thai as well as other sports. The other trainers at this gym are Kru Phanupong Tanjud and his brother Kru Bunyeim Doungrat.

This gym is SERIOUS about its training. The boxers who train here have built names for themselves. Most have had success on the provincial level up to the national level, as well as having competed in the Youth Games, Sea Games and World Championships.

It was actually quite difficult for our crew to get the trainers to allow us to film their training and they were hesitant to give their secrets away. But finally they agreed and our crew had the unique opportunity to go to this facility and film two days of training.

Unfortunately, the videographer had an accident with the camera and the tape was damaged! Knowing that we would not have the chance to film again, we worked on the tape and recovered part of the damaged footage. The original audio was lost, as well as part of the video (real bummer) but the recovered footage is still enjoyable and informative. In fact, this footage is so rich in content and culture we decided to release it as a free bonus with this video collection.
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Located in Bangkok, Fighting Spirit Gym is run by Kru Dan Lyons and his assistant Kam. Some of the trainers at this gym are very seasoned, one having over 400 fights!  Motivational and inspiring. It's always a good thing to be open minded and watch how things are done at different gyms.  You can learn a lot from doing this!Watch how these guys train low kicks, elbows, punching, clinching, do pad work, train the "hangman" and more!

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  • Punch Countering Drill:A VERY IMPORTANT drill for the low kick specialist. He tries to punch you and you counter and kick his leg. After a few of those and your opponent will lose confidence in his punching! Ouch!
  • Low Teep Combo: We first learned about this move from a friend who saw it effectively executed by an unknown but really good Muay Thai fighter from Laos. So here it is in all its glory! Unorthodox but effective!
  • Cut Kick Drill: It is very unnerving to have your support leg knocked out from underneath you by a kick – and that's what this drill teaches you to do to your opponents!
  • Echo Coordination Drills: A good sense of timing and distance are critical for having a good low kick. These drills will help you develop both.
  • Leg Blaster Drills: Some will say that this is an unusual way to hold the pads, and they would be right – but we think this is a GREAT WAY to learn how to employ and develop leg kicking skills at an attacking opponent.
  • Lead & Rear Leg Burnouts: Need a lightning fast low kick? This is the drill!! We're not gonna lie to you, this drill SUCKS. It's one of those things that you hate doing but is still very good for your development. Have fun!
  • "Thai Suitcase" Drills: The "Thai Suitcase" is the best apparatus for devloping your low kick because it allows you to kick an "alive" target with full power. Learn some drills that will help you take advantage of this important tool.
  • Sweet Spots: Crucial information we've never seen anywhere else.Learn the best area on your shin to kick your opponent with AND the best and MOST PAINFUL area on his thigh to attack. As you will see, even "light" kicks hurt when you aim your kick with these "sweet spots" in mind!!
"A good low kick is one of those 'must have' tools you need in your arsenal."We think that having a swift, hard, and well timed low kick (aka "leg kick") is an AWESOME weapon to have in your arsenal.  In this special topic video, Scott Sullivan will show you some of his favorite leg kicking strategies and techniques.  You may never actually have a low kick that is always "unstoppable", but sometimes goals are a great thing to aim for – even if you never attain them!  Topics covered in this video include:
  • Punch Countering Drill:A VERY IMPORTANT drill for the low kick specialist. He tries to punch you and you counter and kick his leg. After a few of those and your opponent will lose confidence in his punching! Ouch!
  • Low Teep Combo: We first learned about this move from a friend who saw it effectively executed by an unknown but really good Muay Thai fighter from Laos. So here it is in all its glory! Unorthodox but effective!
  • Cut Kick Drill: It is very unnerving to have your support leg knocked out from underneath you by a kick – and that's what this drill teaches you to do to your opponents!
  • Echo Coordination Drills: A good sense of timing and distance are critical for having a good low kick. These drills will help you develop both.
  • Leg Blaster Drills: Some will say that this is an unusual way to hold the pads, and they would be right – but we think this is a GREAT WAY to learn how to employ and develop leg kicking skills at an attacking opponent.
  • Lead & Rear Leg Burnouts: Need a lightning fast low kick? This is the drill!! We're not gonna lie to you, this drill SUCKS. It's one of those things that you hate doing but is still very good for your development. Have fun!
  • "Thai Suitcase" Drills: The "Thai Suitcase" is the best apparatus for devloping your low kick because it allows you to kick an "alive" target with full power. Learn some drills that will help you take advantage of this important tool.
  • Sweet Spots: Crucial information we've never seen anywhere else.Learn the best area on your shin to kick your opponent with AND the best and MOST PAINFUL area on his thigh to attack. As you will see, even "light" kicks hurt when you aim your kick with these "sweet spots" in mind!!
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ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Scott β€œBam Bam” Sullivan is the owner and chief instructor at Bam Bam Martial Arts in Houston, TX.

Scott is a professional Muay Thai instructor, a black belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and has taught thousands of people the wonderful art of Muay Thai.

Scott has been training and teaching Muay Thai since 1986 and have spent over 25 years TRAINING, COLLECTING, and COMPILING some of the best Muay Thai boxing drills and techniques he could find so that he could turn around and help others achieve something never before possible. Scott has taught literally hundreds if not thousands of students exactly the best ways to develop powerful punches, thundering kicks, gut wrenching knees and wicked elbows – all while getting in the best shape of their lives.
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