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Muay Thai Boran and Western Kickboxing Welcome to Dynamic's - Muay Thai Training
What is Muay Thai Boran
Our aim is to conserve and promote Muay Thai with its tradition.
We teach one of the most comprehensive curriculums in the art of Muay Thai Boran, including Self-defense, Sport and Martial Arts training. Muay Thai Boran is a combat sport originated from Thailand that uses stand-up striking along with various clinching techniques.
Muay Thai Boran and Western Kickboxing is one of the most popular courses of Dynamic. Muay Thai is the culture of Thailand. To really know it, you need to learn its roots, tradition and also the language. If you already have learned Muay Thai or Muay Boran, training with kru Suvro, Chief Coach of Dynamic will improve your balance and timing. If you are a fighter, training will help your Muay Thai to become natural. Muay Thai Boran and Western Kickboxing in Dynamic is a certification, 10 phase or level course till Assistant Instructor level.
The word "Muay" derives from the Sanskrit "Mavya" which means "to bind together". Muay thai is referred to as the "Art of Eight Limbs" or the "Science of Eight Limbs" because it makes use of punches, kicks, elbows and knee strikes, thus using eight "points of contact", as opposed to "two points" (fists) in boxing and "four points" (hands and feet) used in other more regulated combat sports, such as kickboxing, boxing, and Savate.
Muay Thai is a powerful Martial Art developed by warriors and perfected in the battlefields of Southeast Asia. It was the preferred method of bare knuckle combat, evolving into gladiator combat where fighters fought for honor, until it eventually became the national sport of Thailand. Today, Muay Thai is enjoyed and trained all over the world. Each place of training, however, has their own set of training methods and philosophy. Aside from its combative approach, the true Muay Thai masters of the past developed a Martial Arts system that transcends the physical. Hence, the art of Muay Thai incorporates, not only the most effective and strategic aspects of fighting, but the philosophical, cultural, and spiritual depth which results from learning with knowledgeable teachers, interacting with peers, and applying the teachings into everyday living.
Through authentic Muay Thai training, one has the ability to develop many skills such as practical skills for self-defense, artistic skills for self-expression, mental skills for self-development, and warrior skills for self-determination, including the attainment of knowledge and wisdom which leads to martial proficiency and, ultimately, personal enlightenment.
Various Western kickboxing forms
Semi-contact is a fighting discipline where two fighters fight with the primary goal of scoring Defined points/ using controlled legal techniques with speed agility and focus. The main characteristic of semi-contact is delivery, technique and speed. The competition in semi-contact should be executed in its true sense with well-controlled contact. It is a technical discipline with equal emphasis put on hand and foot techniques, from an athletic viewpoint. Techniques (punches and kicks) are strictly controlled. At each valid point (point that is given, with legal part of hand or foot to legal targets and with legal technique), the central referee halts the fight and at the same time as the two judges, shows with his/her fingers the number of points in the direction of the fighter who is being awarded the point or points.
Light Contact kickboxing should be executed as its name implies, with well-controlled techniques. In light contact competitors fight continuously until central referee command STOP or BREAK. They use techniques from full contact and Semi Contact, but these techniques must be well controlled when they land on legal targets. Equal emphasis must be placed on both punching and kicking techniques. Light contact has been created as an intermediate stage between semi and full contact kickboxing. It is carried out with running time. The central referee does not judge the fighters, but only makes sure they respect the rules.
Full contact is a discipline of kickboxing where the intention of a fighter is to beat his opponent with full power and strength. Punches and kicks must be delivered to legal targets with focus, speed and determination, creating solid contact. Punches and kicks are allowed to the front and side of the head, the front and side of the body (above waist) and sweeping is also allowed. The fight is held in a ring. The Referee is responsible for fighter safety and keeping to the rules, judges count legal techniques and note the points on scoring card.
Low-Kick can be defined as full contact kickboxing in which there is also the possibility of attacking the opponent's legs with clean kicks. All other definitions are as those of full contact kickboxing
Benefits of Muay Thai training
Gives you powerful weapons to use in long range fighting
A kick can inflict more damage than any other strike that you can throw. Using the Thai front kick to keep your opponent at bay or do damage by aiming it at the solar plexus or head. A Thai style round kick is probably the most powerful kick in all of martial arts. Land just a few of these kicks to the legs or body and the opponent will be hard-pressed to continue the fight. Connect with a round kick to the head and you are almost guaranteed a knockout.
Learn to use elbows and knees for close range and clinch fighting
These are two of the best weapons for you to use when you are close to the opponent. Muay Thai training shows you how to use them in the most powerful and efficient way. When you consider that in almost every fight there will be some time spent in the clinch, you see how important it is to know how to strike from there.
Teaches you how to attack the legs
Using round kicks to take out your opponent's legs in a fight is a very effective strategy to employ. This is true for a very simple reason. If you can't walk and/or stand properly while in a fight, you'll have an extremely hard time fighting effectively. A Thai style round kick can achieve this effect on the legs with just a couple of shots.
Learn additional ways to control your opponent in the clinch
Control from this position is not just trained in wrestling. The Thai Boxing clinch gives great control of the opponent's body by controlling their head and neck. From this position you learn how to pull the head to keep the opponent off balance. You can also use this pull to bring them into a hard knee to the body or head.
Teaches you how to defend against a wide array of strikes
Because of Muay Thai's vast arsenal of attacks that come from so many different weapons, learning to defend against them gives you a very well-rounded defense. Learn to defend each one individually and then master what you have learned by applying your defense while sparring.
Dynamic's Muay Thai and Kickboxing Curriculum :
- Circuit warm-up that includes skipping rope, running, push ups, abdominal exercises, squats, flexibility training, plyo-metrics and body / cardiovascular conditioning.
- Fundamentals of the fighting stance and footwork including balance, weight transfers, pivoting, posture and body positioning.
- Elements of western boxing including weaving, slipping, parrying, jabs, crosses, hooks and uppercuts, and focus mitt training to develop timing and precision.
- Mechanics of kicking, kneeing, elbowing, blocking and clinching.
- Defensive and offensive moves, including counterattacks.
- Feinting, evasive footwork and angling.
- Striking combinations and heavy pad training to develop power and cardiovascular endurance.
- Heavy bag training to further develop power and cardiovascular endurance.
- Strength and conditioning exercises to toughen the body.
- Competition fighter training.