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Kumpan Pung Hok
by Marco De Cesaris
This technique teaches how to use the knee strike in evasive manner, against apunch attack. Thanks to a proper use of zig zag movements, by this technique thethai boxer avoids the attacking arm, deflecting it to the side, hitting the ribs at thesame time. This traditional self defence techniques is also suitable for use in thering.
Jarake Fad Hang
by Marco De Cesaris
This is the main kicking technique devised to properly learn hoh to turn and kickthus maximising the power of one's kick, often obtaining a quick ko, through agood use of centrifugal force. Before the actual kick, mostly aimed to the head, it isimportant to lead with another technique, be it a fake or a real punch or kick (highor low). According to a more defensive execution of the same technique, theexecutor should wait for an attack by the opponent and then react to the offence byturning and kicking.
Yak Ngiang Pla
by Marco De Cesaris
Traditional elbow counter attack technique to the chin against straight punch to thehead. For a proper execution it is essential the development of 3 basic attributes:a. power in the movement of the raising elbow; the whole body must be explosivelyused to convey maximum energy to the target.b. quickness in the body bend over action, so that the punch attack can be properlyavoided.c. a fast footwork is mandatory to quickly change the distance from medium toclose, at the same time of the elbow upward strike.
Nok Kum Kao Rang
by Marco De Cesaris
Such a spectacular double flying knee traditional technique is to be used mainly inclose combat situations; it can actually be very surprising against any kind of unaware opponent, catching him out of guard. By mean of a subtle grab of ouropponent’s arms we will be able to exploit his own strength and, eventually,superior strength, using it as a spring that will help us to propel all our body masstowards his sternum or face. The effect of such a powerful and sudden attack isoften a quick knock out, due to the hardness of our body parts (both knees) thatconnect with the opponent’s sensitive areas.

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