Monthly Archives: July 2015

  1. 5 Elements to Effective Sparring in Muay Thai

    5 Elements to Effective Sparring in Muay Thai

    As in any Martial Art, Muay Thai is a fight form that anyone can practice. A school teacher, stock broker, soldier, or athletes from other disciplines. Muay Thai is a martial art whose founding dates well back in Thai history, a fight form that is apart of the Thai culture with elements of Buddhism that attract students from all paths of life. The one constant in a sea of fighters, beginning to spar that as a beginner is often feared. Muay Thai is a martial art and as such drills is key to training, in so, sparring is key to hand-to-hand combat, the essence of the sport. Your daily regiment over the weeks and months of training, from running and working with pads to jumping rope hone your technique and ultimately boil down to one thing .. funneling these tools into a flowing symbiotic relationship that moves you beyond training unleashing these learned skills in a focused technique, unleashing the fighter you are. [caption id="attachment_1093" align="alignright" width="300"]

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  2. Crice Boussoukou looking to KO Jordan Watson at YOKKAO 15!

    Crice Boussoukou looking to KO Jordan Watson at YOKKAO 15!

    [caption id="attachment_1062" align="alignright" width="300"]YOKKAO 15: Jordan Watson vs Crice Boussoukou YOKKAO 15: Jordan Watson vs Crice Boussoukou[/caption] Jordan Watson vs Crice Boussoukou just announced to take place Saturday the 10th of October, 2015 at YOKKAO 15 along with Liam Harrison vs Singdam Kiatmoo9 and Saenchai vs Greg Wootton at YOKKAO 14. After winning the YOKKAO World Title vs Mickael Piscitello at YOKKAO 10 and losing it vs Sanny Dahlbeck at YOKKAO 12, Quadzilla will be back in the ring more determined than ever. On the other side, Crice Boussoukou, more determined than ever, said he will look to KO Jordan. With only three months to go and only three matches announced, YOKKAO

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  3. The 10 Essentials for a Muay Thai Fighter

    The 10 Essentials for a Muay Thai Fighter

    Ever ask yourself why fight bag’s are so bloody big? Training to become the best, you need to be ready like the best and this takes the right gear to train safely and effectively. Check out and see if you got what it takes to be like the best at the Official Muay Thai Yokkao Fight Team. 1. Boxing Gloves [caption id="attachment_1035" align="alignright" width="400"]YOKKAO Maui Muay Thai Gloves YOKKAO Maui Muay Thai Gloves[/caption] The first essential in any fight bag. Ideally you carry two sets of fight gloves, a light pair along the weight of 10oz for training on bags and pad work and a heavier 14/16oz set for sparring and drills. 2.

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  4. Liam Harrison to celebrate his 100th Fight vs Singdam Kiatmoo9 at YOKKAO15!

    Liam Harrison to celebrate his 100th Fight vs Singdam Kiatmoo9 at YOKKAO15!

    Released YOKKAO Boxing’s Instagram profile, the news is traveling the web fast: Liam Harrison will celebrate his 100th match against one of the most well-known and most successful Muay Thai fighters in Thailand: Singdam Kiatmoo9. [caption id="attachment_1012" align="alignright" width="400"]YOKKAO 14 - YOKKAO 15 YOKKAO 14 - YOKKAO 15[/caption] Born in Burinam, the Northern part of Thailand, Singdam began fighting under Kiatmoo9 Gym at the tender the age of 9. He is the one and only to have fought Saenchai 10 times, always delivering an amazing performance. With 4 wins for Singdam and 6 wins for Saenchai, their war began 10 years ago and marked a page in Muay Thai history at YOKKAO 5 in 3 x 3 minute rounds with a KO cash

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