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PostPosted: Tue 4 Nov - 08:30 (2008)    Post subject: Technique Reply with quote

TECHNIQUES : Le Muay Thaï s'appuie sur quatre techniques :
- coups de poing (hérités de la boxe anglaise),
- coups de pied (coups circulaires surtout ou coups de face pour repousser l'adversaire),
- coups de coude (aussi redoutables que des coups de couteau, autorisés seulement dans certaines compétitions professionnelles)
- et coups de genou.
Ces derniers sont surtout mis en oeuvre dans des corps à corps qui se concluent parfois par une projection au sol.
Le pratiquant porte des gants et un short.
Les combats sont de 5 reprises de 3 minutes séparées par des pauses de 2 minutes. Ils se déroulent sur un fond musical envoûtant et sont précédés d'un rituel (une prière à genou, le Wai Kru, suivie d'une danse autour du ring, le Ram Muay).
Le combattant, coiffé un serre-tête appelé Mongkon, honore ainsi son entraîneur et en appelle aux forces spirituelles pour inspirer sa prestation.
Si tous les coups ne sont pas permis, le Muay Thaï présente néanmoins une grande variété de techniques.
Très en vogue aujourd'hui, il est l'occasion de découvrir une culture. Bangkok, avec ses camps et ses stadiums (Lumpini ou Radjadamoern), est une destination très prisée par les boxeurs occidentaux, surtout les Français qui brillent particulièrement dans cette discipline.
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PostPosted: Wed 7 Jan - 07:02 (2009)    Post subject: Technique Reply with quote

Punching
Forming the fist correctly and using the combined forces of the shoulder, hip and foot to put additional power behind the punch is a basic Muay Thai technique. It is the rear fist that has the greatest power and punching with your knuckles is most effective. When in the boxing stance don’t clench your fists tightly. Obviously when you actually deliver the punch your fist should be tightly clenched. The punch is usually aimed to hit the body or the face. You should pull the fist back immediately after punching.
The Straight Punch
The straight punch is a power punch extended directly forwards towards the target, the fist palm down, aimed at the chin or solar plexus.


The Jab
The jab is delivered with the lead hand as a defensive punch. It is used to test range and keep an opponent at bay.

The Hook
The hook is a punch delivered from the side aimed at the temple, chin or ears.

The Upper Cut
The upper cut is a punch used in close or when moving in. The fist is punched vertically upwards aimed at the chin or solar plexus.

The Elbows
The elbows provide a dangerous form of attack, used to cut and sometimes to knock out. It is delivered in a hooking, uppercut or overhand motion. Practice the elbow against a punch bag. When first practicing the elbow, swing your elbow straight up in the narrowest possible angle. Posture is important. Do not hit the target bluntly but see if you can scrape the target lightly with your elbow. Good technique uses the combination of delicacy and force; unless you are aiming for the nose or chin, in which case you should hit squarely with full force. Don’t clench your fists too tightly when using the elbows. Footwork is as for a kick. Take power from the movement of your shoulder not just your arm. When using the back elbow don't only spin. Lean back, otherwise you will end up simply slapping your opponent with the back of your hand.

Knees
In Muay Thai punches are rarely thrown to the stomach area, as the knee is a much more effective weapon. The proper way to throw the knee is to thrust it straight upwards; powerful and sharp. Stand up on your toes. Lift yourself up wth a straight leg. Step forward into the attack always keeping your hand high in guard. Fold your leg as tightly as possible and point the toes. Or the toes can point up, ready for a thrust kick. Send power from the hips in the same way you send power to the punch from the shoulder. This will make the strike more powerful. Pull your head back and lean out of punch range. Relax! First practice the straight knee. Practice against a bag or during sparring. Good knee technique in the clinch is vital. When using the long knees pull the body back and push the knee forward, turning on your foot slightly. This extends your range and makes the knee stronger. Deploy the knee as high as you can. If you can knee your opponent in the face, do it!


Kicks
Muay Thai has many different kicking techniques. Kicking must be practised meticulously and is not simply a matter of kicking the bags. Power comes from the buttocks and the hips move forward. Raise yourself up on your toes, let the power go with the leg and remember to follow through, like swinging a baseball bat. Don’t jump off the ground when you kick.

The Roundhouse Kick
This basic Muay Thai kick uses the shin not the foot as the weapon. The leg is swung against the target, while the hips and trunk are simultaneously twisted in the same direction as the swing. The roundhouse kick has three areas of target: the low kick, which aims for the side of the thigh, calf or behind the knee, the mid kick which aims for the ribs and the high kick which aims for the chin, temple or neck.

Low Kicks
If your opponent aims a high kick towards your neck then kick low. You can knock them down as the technique is faster. If you receive low kick from your opponent it could be an opportunity for a back elbow. Low kicks can used at any time. Swing the leg (it is not the same as kicking a football), imagine you are sweeping the floor with your leg.

The Teep/Push Kick
The teep is a push kick that can be used for both defense and attack. It is similar to the jab for keeping an opponent at bay and is good for knocking their balance. In general a foot thrust is quickly followed by some other form of attack. Use the front leg as it is quicker to deploy. Place your toes in your opponent's sternum, or if you kick their leg use the heel. If you kick their face use the heel- but their will not be so many opportunities to do this. You cannot easily knock out an opponent with this technique, but it can be used to put off your opponent's attack. If they are trying to kick it may be possible to push them over while they are swinging their leg.

Grappling/Throwdowns/Clinchwork
An art within Thai boxing covers grappling and clinch work. This involves grappling while standing up and trying to knee the sides or stomach, and to pull the head down while bringing up the knee. Throw downs must be clean: trips, sweeps or hip throws are not allowed. The Muay Thai fighter has fearful arsenal of knee strikes at his diposal as well as numerous throws and fighting holds - including neck hoolds, trunk holds and limb holds. In Thailand grappling and clinch work are some of the most important aspects of muay Thai, an area all fighters spend exhausting hours in the gym practising. In compettion a lot of the time your opponent will want to grab you to set up a knee or elbow strike. When your opponent goes hard you should relax, then begin to pull as your opponent relaxes. Try to hold the neck this has advantage, don’t keep moving your hands if you have the better position. If you have the neck then pull down (even if you can use only one), keep your legs wide. Strike with the knees whenever you can. If you cannot knee anymore then drop your opponent by pulling down while they are on one leg, as they knee strike you.
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PostPosted: Mon 2 Mar - 14:54 (2009)    Post subject: Technique Reply with quote

en Francais

Pivotement du pied d'appui

Le coup de pied est parti...



Tip jambe gauche

High Kick jambe gauche



High Kick sauté jambe gauche


High kick jambe droite

High kick jambe droite

Tip dans la tête


Direct du gauche

Direct du droit

Crochet du droit


Crochet du gauche

Uppercut au foie

Uppercut au menton



High kick jambe droite

High kick jambe droite

Tip dans la tête


Direct du gauche

Direct du droit

Crochet du droit


Crochet du gauche

Uppercut au foie

Uppercut au menton


Low kick intérieur


Coup de genoux direct au ventre

Coup de genoux direct dans la cuisse

Coup de genoux circulaire à la tête

Coup de genoux direct sauté à la tête


Coup de coude circulaire

Coup de coude retourné

Coup de coude au ventre


Parade sur coup de genoux à la tête

Parade sur coup de genoux au corps

Parade sur low kick


Parades sur middle kick


Coup de coude en corps à corps

Coup de coude en corps à corps

Coup de genoux circulaire en corps à corps


Coup de genoux direct en corps à corps


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PostPosted: Fri 20 Nov - 00:01 (2009)    Post subject: Technique Reply with quote

Iaorana,

Khoop-Khoun pour ces techniques de base



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