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No matter if Muai, Muay Thai, Muay Boran, MMA or self-defense. You can never have enough good techniques. MUAI students learn at least 200 traditional school techniques as part of the green belt learning level, which are then individually varied, combined and developed.
The resulting variety of techniques offers Pahuyuth students a solid foundation of fist, foot, elbow and knee techniques from which they can derive a variety of suitable counter-techniques for pretty much every conceivable and unthinkable combat situation.
We have preserved a few hundred of these counter-techniques against simple basic techniques (mother techniques, Mae Mai) on our Youtube channel and make them available to everyone free of charge further down in this blog post.
Try to understand the techniques and counter-techniques listed below together with your training partner. Implement techniques that you like in your regular partner training / sparring. Remain compliant for the time being. This means that you talk to each other and give your partner the chance to try out the techniques and applications without pressure.
Test the techniques and counter-techniques listed below in free partner training / sparring and find out what circumstances / situations must be given for the respective application to work. The amount of compliance is at your own discretion. Note that speed and power are always only a limited substitute for technical finesse.
Try to create gaps and situations during partner training / sparring that allow you to successfully apply the techniques shown. If you take part in competitions, use these counter-techniques to surprise your opponents with some extraordinary tricks. If you do not like these techniques, you should still study them so that they cannot be used against you.
Practice the techniques shown until you can use them, after prior notice, at any time, from any situation and against a non-consensual sparring partner / opponent. This requires a complete mastery of the technique and the course of the fight.
Pahuyuth consists of seven different disciplines (MUAI, LING LOM, MEED, MAI SAWK, DAAB , GRABONG, SABAI) that can be learned individually and seamlessly combined. The number of traditional fighting techniques for beginners (green belt) is more than 1,000 individual techniques across all disciplines.
For teaching purposes, the disciplines and techniques of Pahuyuth were structured and provided with their own systematic nomenclature. This allows an exact assignment of the techniques according to Pahuyuth discipline, type of technique and technique.
Similar techniques in Muay Thai (examples): Punch (Chock), Jab (Mat Jab, Mat Throng, Chock Num), Straight Strike (Mat Throng, Mat Throng Chock Tam), Upward hook (Mat Ngad, Mat Seri), Hook (Mat Hook, Mat Weang Sun).
Similar techniques in Muay Thai (examples): Kick (Te), Front Kick or Push-Kick (Teep, Teep Ruk, Teep Trong, Teep Khang, Teep Sakad, Teep Glap Lang, Teep Yan Lang, Teep Robgaun), Round Kick to leg (Te Ka, Te Tad Lang), Round Kick to Body (Te Lam Toa, Te Tad Glang), High Round Kick (Te Sung, Karn Koa), Half-Knee-Half-Shin Kick (Te Khrung Khang Khrung Khow), Kick from above (Te Kook, Na Ca Bid Hang).
Similar techniques in Muay Thai (examples): Elbow (Sok), Downward elbow (Sok Tee), Cutting elbow (Sok Tad), Upward elbow (Sok Ngad), thrust with elbow tip (Sok Pung), elbow backwards (Sok Kratung), backward elbow (Sok Glab), elbow from above (Sok Sub).
Similar techniques in Muay Thai (examples): Knee (Khow), Straight Knee (Khow Trong), Round Knee (Khow Khong), Squeezing Knee (Khow Kod), Flying Knee (Khow Loy), Small Knee (Khow Noi),
In the early 20th century, one of the sons of the Thai King Rama V died. The King then commanded his officers to gather exceptional and skilled fighters to perform as part of the funeral ceremonies. Three of them stood out and were granted titles of muen as a means to promote the quality of muay, which had been diminishing at the time due to different historical reasons. It is important to note that each of the fighters came from a different part of the country, which proved essential in the formation of specific Muay Boran styles, as each name meant and today corresponds to a specific style of muay fighting:
Muay Boran as a martial art was originally developed as a self-defence technique and was later taught to the Thai military for use in combat. The martial art utilises many deadly techniques, grappling techniques and ground fighting techniques apart from its stand up techniques.
For example, Muay Boran uses a lot of flying elbows and flying knees to take down an opponent. This Muay Boran style also centres on getting in the greatest number of strikes even if it means exposing the attacker to more risks. Additionally, Muay Boran centres on barehanded combat. As such, Muay Thai Boran techniques favour fast-paced fights.
However, a lot of Muay Boran has been lost in modern Muay Thai, with it a lot of the old techniques and moves. Today, Muay Boran is not as popular and there is only a small group of people practicing the old skills, though some of the commercial Muay Boran schools may also not have the more traditional techniques in their curriculum, which you can utilise to see how the old masters fought.
Muay Thai Boran (traditional Thai fighting) is the mother Martial Art that has recently developed, from 1929, into a combat sport which is appreciated world wide and known as Thai Boxing or Muay Thai. Originally Muay was the art and science of fighting, as it was visualized and developed by the ancient Siamese Masters. Traditional Muay owes its origins to ancestral fighting methods of the people of Siam, elaborated and refined thanks to a continous process of trial and correction. Pichaiyuth, Dti Muay, Pahuyuth, Sillapha Muay, Mai Muay Thai and Muay Kard Chiek: under these and other labels the murderous Siamese bare handed techniques have been practised for centuries, united today with the common name of Muay Boran.
In the early 20th century, one of King Chulalongkorn's sons died. He commanded his officers to gather fighters of exceptional skill to perform as part of the funeral ceremonies. Three fighters in particular stood out and were granted titles of muen as a means to promote the quality of muay, which had been diminishing at the time. The chosen fighters were from different parts of the country: Daeng Thaiprasoet from the Northeast region became Muen Changat Choengchok; Klueng Tosa-at from the Central region became Muen Muemaenmat; Prong Chamnongthong from the Southern region became Muen Muaymichue. Each name means and corresponds to a specific style of muay fighting: Changatchoengchok means "effective style of punching", Muemaenmat means "skillful punches", and Muaymichue translates to "muay with a reputation".
From these grew a few different styles of muay: Lopburi, Khorat, and Chaiya, respectively. Additional varieties came to be later on, but these three styles were originally actualized under the Muay Boran umbrella. Muay Korat was encrypted[clarification needed] by Phra Hensamahan. The source of the Muay Korat style are the martial arts techniques developed in ancient Cambodia during the Khmer's reign.  The inhabitants of the Khorat region were strongly influenced by the Khmer Empire. The strength of this style are the use of hands, shins and knees are developed. The weakness includes having to be in good shape to be efficient. Muay Chaiya was created by Phor Than Mar, a Chinese monk, who was on a journey and stay at Pum Riang village in the Chaya district.  Phor Than Mar tamed an elephant that was doing damage to farms. The strength of this style are the techniques can be use against heavier people and can be used if the user is not in great shape. The weakness of this style are the attacks are not decisive and require counter attacks.
Muay boran was originally developed for self-defense and also taught to the Thai military for use in warfare. Muay Boran originally is a martial art system which has deadly techniques, grappling techniques and ground fighting techniques apart from its stand up techniques. This differs from modern-day Muay Thai, which consists only of stand up and is only a ring sport. Matches between practitioners of the art then began to be held. These soon became an integral part of Thai culture with fights being held at festivals and fighters from the different areas of Thailand testing their styles against each other. Fighters began to wrap their hands and forearms in hemp rope which not only protected their fists from injury but also made their strikes more likely to cut an opponent. Muay boran fighters were highly respected and the best were enlisted into the King's royal guard.During the 1920s-30s King Rama VII modernized the Thai martial arts competitions, introducing referees, boxing gloves, rounds and western boxing rings. Many of the traditional Muay Boran techniques were banned or were not practical with the addition of the new rules, and so muay boran went into decline.
Muay Thai was originally known simply as "muay". The addition of "Thai" was to differentiate the style from western boxing in the early 1900s. Muay "Boran" only recently became a term used to encompass the origins of Thai martial arts due to the historical writings of Khet Siyaphai. With the increasing popularity of Muay Thai in the last few decades, nationalistic supporters of Muay felt a need to establish a history of the martial art, resulting in a sometimes unfounded account of the background of Muay Thai and Muay Boran.
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