MUAY Submissions, Breaks & Locks of Muay Thai & Muay Boran Paperback – 24 Apr 2013
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Written by Master Lee Certified by the Ministry of Education & the World Muaythai Council at the Muaythai Institute in Thailand
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These techniques have triggered some deep and fundamental (and very, very positive) changes in my understanding of my self - and as I've grown and changed over the years of learning Muay, its influence has given me a sense of spiritual calmness, balance and strength that I think my journey so far would have been impossible without.
So I just wanted so say thankyou - not only for the physical training that has made me stronger, fitter, and healthier, but also for the deeper sense of one-ness I can now see in my life.
In addition to anyone who is a Muay Thai practitioner/enthusiast I feel Muay would greatly benefit practitioners of Kali and Silat. From my own research and observations, I've found quite a bit of overlap between the techniques in the Thai martial arts and those in Kali and Silat. In fact, I would even include Burmese Bando, e.g. all the arts mentioned have a fair amout of limb destructions in their repertoire, and there seems to be some common resemblance between the techniques as well.
Master Lee's book has proved absolutely invaluable to me and provided me with an encyclopedia of techniques and knowledge, as well as an excellent platform to further research and investigate Muay Boran and Lerdrit. I have highly recommmended Muay to friends and hope to purchase further copies of this fantastic book.
Would definitely recommend to anyone who is starting, or even to those who are more advanced than myself.
Cheers Lee, great book, great master - see you next Wednesday!
I believe Master Lee incorporates his appreciation for the art of Muay into this book and is clear that the marital art does not tolerate fools.
Having the traditional names of all the manoeuvres is beneficial and along with the number of strikes performed in the book reinforces the research, knowledge and experience Master Lee has in the world of Muay.
I recommend this book to all levels and interests of the art form as I think everyone would find something of value.
Master Lee also introduces humour and fun, having trained in a number of martial arts over the years, I cannot recommend this book enough for all levels of expertise.
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loved reading this , if you want to gain confidence and improve on your fitness, then this is a great read..... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Locks and breaks are some of the coolest, most deadly, and hardest martial arts techniques to master. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Tim C
Excellent Book by a True Master full of self defence techniques and interesting knowledge.Published 19 months ago by Saviola
if you're at that stage of training in Muay Thai where you've come to realise you're not really being taught anything other than jab jab cross, get this book! Read morePublished 21 months ago by P Howorth
This is an excellent book. It covers many techniques from Muay Boran and Chaiyuth, the original regional martial arts of Thailand. Read morePublished 24 months ago by J. Buckland
Awesome book for anyone practicing the art of Muay Thai and Muay Boran. The style of writing is simple and effective and includes the spiritual meanings of certain aspects of the... Read morePublished on 10 Jun. 2014 by sean85b