D1 Muay Thai Mississauga
There is so more to Muay Thai than just punching and kicking.. Lets not forge the clinch
Muay Thai is a complete standing martial art, covering everything form the all to common kicks and punches down to clinch and throwing/tripping techniques.
The clinch game is very intricate (often referred to as the most difficult part of the art) and plays a big part of both Muay Thai fights and training in Thailand
Sitting here one afternoon it really dawned of me that as a martial arts academy, we get great fitness and weight loss results, produce solid fighters and teach great skills BUT one glaring hole in most of our Mississauga Muay Thai students toolbox would have to be the lack knowledge of the standing clinch.
Going forward clinch techniques we will play a bigger role the intermediate and advanced training sessions with part of the sparring days being specifically dedicated the the practice and application of the clinch techniques taught in the group muay thai classes.
To help get the ball rolling we are bringing in an expert on the topic, direct from the North and South of Thailand.!! Kru Jovan Stojanvofki aka “Kru Falang as he is referred to on Thai Television” runs training out of Bright Muay Thai in Chiang Rai in the far north of Thailand.
To get another look at the diverse art of clinching we are doubling down with classes run by Muay thai magician Matt Embree
Matt is a World Class Thai-boxing champion currently in Phucket training with some of the best in the art and actively competing across Asia. With great overall skills and ability Matt is also a hardcore student of his craft and great instructor so you can expect to learn a lot from his sessions.
Class dates are still up in the air but we will be accepting registrations for these 1.5 hour workshops starting next week.
Knowing what to do to control a clinch situation add a entirely new element to your Muay thai training so you won’t want to miss these sessions