Bringing muay thai back to its root purpose: practicality & efficiency in combat or the street. Practical application of older muay thai systems - mae mai muay thai, muay chao cherk, muay boran, lerdrit, boar bando, and close quarter combat tactics.
Tuesday, October 19, 2010
Taking muay show on the road, old style muay thai seminar in FL
My focus will be on leveraging muay thai for street combat. We'll cover the basics of old style muay thai and how it differs from modern sport muay thai. I'll go over the bio mechanics of specific muay chau cherk and lerd rit strikes, and how to take advantage of physics to maximize your power. I'll also cover defense tactics, pad holding techniques, combinations, and multiple opponent tactics. And knowing me we'll probably end up geeking out and go over weapons disarms, CQC tactics, and delve into combat / operator mindset theory. My goal: provide you with some basic tools to help you protect yourself in the street, and to help you recognize the rules that apply to fighting in the ring or the cage do not apply in combat.
If you're in the Orlando / Central Florida area I encourage you to check it out. I promise you'll learn something you won't see at the MMA gym. No prior experience in muay thai or any martial art required. Here's the dirty details:
Date: December 4, 2010
From: 12:30pm to 5:00pm
Location: Martial Arts World
6606 Old Winter Garden Road
Orlando, FL 32835
Register online or contact me via email for more info or if you have any questions.
Labels: aggressive martial arts, bando kick, cqb, cqc, lerd rit, lerdrit, martial arts seminar, muay thai fighters, muay thai seminar, self defense seminars, street combat, street fighting
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Hey Donnie, are you guys planning on recording the seminar? I'm no where near Florida and I'd pay to download it!ReplyDelete
Hey Joe, I'm hosting the venue that Donnie will be teaching at. We are looking to either borrow or rent a camera to record the seminar. I'll post more details on our site as we come closer to the seminar date. - BillReplyDelete