Welcome to week 1 of our 3 Part Fundamentals series. This week we show the 5 steps to throwing a solid roundkick so that you can improve your skills.
Footwork is key to any fighters success. Chris Romulo explains why great footwork is so crucial when training combat sports.
6 Steps to Great Footwork from Chris Romulo. Footwork can make all the difference in a fight, use these 6 steps to develop your footwork.
Learn to Knee with Chris Romulo. These 5 steps will teach you how to deliver a strong knee that can put your opponent down for the count.
Even though Muay Thai fighting is one of the most solo endeavors that an individual can go through, it takes a team to get...
The jab and cross are the two key punches you need in your arsenal. Chris Romulo breaks down how to use this two tool correctly.
The Number 1 Rule For Becoming a World Class Fighter? Chris Romulo explains what it is on this week's Crom's Corner.
Learn to deliver a razor sharp inside leg kick from Chris Romulo to increase your Muay Thai skills.
Do you train as if your life depends on it? One of the most primal skills in existence, climbing, will test your every being, much like ring combat. Let’s learn this vital self-preservation skill, to keep you the dominant opposition.
The history of the kettlebell dates back to the 1700’s, primarily used by Russian farmers to weigh crops. Those same farmers eventually evolved in to using them to show off their strength at local festivals. Today, kettlebells are the ultimate tool for any combat/martial athlete, if used efficiently.
Drilling is one of piece of the Muay Thai puzzle that should not be taken lightly. Sparring should be something a student earns gradually over time.
As we all know, the “one shot” knock out is the final word of a Muay Thai bout. It is the pinnacle of any exchange where you render the opposition unable to continue their campaign. As a newbie you watched highlight clips over and over again so you could analyze and cringe on the impact.When you first started training, whether you were hitting the bag, pads, or your fellow training partner, you were thinking“that what would have been a knock out in a fight”. With the 8 weapons we have as Nak Muay’s, we can all imagine even one of those tools being able to stop our opponent dead in his/her tracks and not having your win or loss being decided by 3 people with differences of opinions.
As an amateur Nak Muay back in 2004, I was blessed to have earned a World Kickboxing Association amateur national championship title in Virginia, summer of 2004.
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