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What is Muay Thai?

Muay Thai: What your friends and family should know.

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Kru Chris

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May 30, 2019

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Ajarn Chai Sirisute Seminar – Muay Thai Legend

Ajarn Chai – A Man Who Got Hells Angels and FBI in One Room (Peacefully)

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Kru Chris

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May 30, 2019

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Training

Muay Thai Strength and Conditioning: Energy Systems

Muay Thai Strength and Conditioning: Energy Systems

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Frederick Brooks

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May 30, 2019

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TCB Fight Night – TKO in Northern Virginia

TCB Fight Night – Coach James Lands TKO

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Kru Chris

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May 30, 2019

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Is Muay Thai Effective for Self-Defense?

Can Muay Thai Be Useful for Self-Defense in a Street Fight?

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Kru Chris

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May 30, 2019

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MIRIAM NAKAMOTO: Muay Thai’s Queen of Mean

Training and one-on-one with Miriam Nakamoto.

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Kru Chris

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May 30, 2019

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Muay Thai v. Kickboxing

Muay Thai and Kickboxing Differences

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Kru Chris

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May 30, 2019

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Training

Ajarn Bryan Dobler Workshop at T.A.G. Muay Thai

Ajarn Bryan Dobler Workshop: Authentic Muay Thai at its Finest

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Kru Chris

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May 30, 2019

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Training

Loudoun Fighters at Capital MMA Fights

T.A.G. Muay Thai Joins Loudoun Fighters at Capital MMA

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Kru Chris

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May 30, 2019

Training
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Reddit Muay Thai: Shin Questions Answered

Shins: Muay Thai Questions on Reddit Answered by Kru Chris

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Kru Chris

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May 30, 2019

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Training

Chokeholds: Street v. Sport (and how to escape a chokehold)

Chokeholds: Street v. Sport (and how to escape a chokehold)

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Kru Chris

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May 30, 2019

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Training

How-To Improve Your Timing in Muay Thai

Quickness is great for a sprinter but timing is much more important for a fighter. A common myth is that the larger someone is, the slower they are. Relying on swift movement and athleticism can get you only so far, especially at higher levels in Muay Thai. Practicing your timing and technique will help you beat someone larger and even quicker than you.

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How Old is Too Old?

When should I train in Muay Thai?

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Kru Chris

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May 30, 2019

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6 Re-Play Worthy Muay Thai Moments In The UFC

Fighters in the UFC combine a variety of martial arts forms in order to be more competitive. However, there is no doubting the effectiveness of Muay Thai in the ring or cage! From brutal close-range strikes to control-gaining moves like the clinch, Muay Thai has proved to be an essential martial art practiced by UFC fighters. [Related: Did you know that Kru Chris has trained with UFC fighters?]

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Kru Chris

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May 30, 2019

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5 South Paws Every Fighter Should Know Of

A South Paw is someone who fights with their right hand and foot forward. These fighters are often difficult to counter by those not used to facing them. Some South Paws fight this way because they are naturally left handed while others adopt this stance in order to gain a competitive advantage.

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Kru Chris

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May 30, 2019

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How to deal with a fight loss

You trained hard, gave your respective martial art your all – blood, sweat, and maybe a few tears. Everything you’ve done up to the point of your fight was to prepare you for your fight! Though you may have gotten a few good strikes in, the outcome was not what you expected. It is easy to feel down on yourself and never fight again, but we’ve got some tips to keep your spirits and head high.

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Kru Chris

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May 30, 2019

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Foam Rolling Tips To Speed Up Muay Thai Recovery

Foam rollers are cylinder-shaped trigger-point therapy tool used for stretching out sore muscles and relieving muscle tension. Foam rolling speeds up the process of Myofascial Release a.k.a muscle recovery, which increases blood flow and relaxes deep muscle tissue. Similar to yoga, foam rolling helps increase your flexibility, which is an awesome plus for any Nak Muay. [Related: 11 Tips To Improve Flexibility in Muay Thai]

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Muay Thai’s BEST Female Nak Muays

Violent yet mesmerizing and entertaining at its highest level, Muay Thai has attracted a huge following worldwide and inspired many men and women to take it up either for self-defense or sport. The casual sports observer need not look any further than the Ultimate Fighting Championship’s Joanna Jedrzejczyk to see that there are many female Nak Muays who’ve proven to be capable fighters not just in the ring but in the octagon, too.

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Kru Chris

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May 30, 2019

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6 Impulses Every NEW Muay Thai Fighter Must Overcome

Our bodies are wired to send strong signals when we feel a threat in order to avoid experiencing further pain or danger. Sometimes this exchange between our nerves and the brain can force us to have some unhealthy reactions during a fight. Read on to see if you are guilty of the most common impulses and if you are, find out how to correct those impulses.

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Kru Chris

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May 30, 2019

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