Simple Muay Thai combos
Muay Thai, also known as Thai boxing, is a martial art that incorporates a variety of strikes, including punches, kicks, elbow strikes, and knee strikes.
There are many different combinations of strikes that can be used in Muay Thai, and the best combination will depend on the situation and the individual fighter's strengths and weaknesses.
Here are a few examples of common Muay Thai combinations:
This combination is often used to catch an opponent off guard and create an opening for a finish. The jab and cross can be used to set up the hook and uppercut.
This combination is a great way to close the distance quickly and catch an opponent with a knee strike. The jab and cross can be used to create an opening for the knee strike
Low Kick-High Kick
This combination is used to catch an opponent off guard by mixing up the level of the strikes. The low kick can be used to disrupt an opponent's balance and set up the high kick.
This combination is a great way to keep an opponent at bay and create an opening for a finish. The teep
(a front push kick) is used to control the distance, the round kick targets the legs or mid-section, and the knee can be used to finish the combination.
This combination is used when the fighters are in close range, typically with a clinch. The knee strike and elbow strike are both powerful weapons when in close proximity.
Jab, cross, body kick
This combination starts with a quick jab to the opponent's face, followed by a cross to the body and finishing with a powerful body kick to the ribs or stomach.
Jab, cross, low kick
This combination is similar to the first one but instead of a body kick, you finish with a low kick
targeting the opponent's thigh or calf.
Jab, cross, roundhouse kick
This combination starts with a jab and cross to the opponent's head and finishes with a roundhouse kick to the head or body.
Jab, cross, elbow strike
This combination starts with a jab and cross to the opponent's face and finishes with an elbow strike to the head or body.
Jab, cross, knee strike
This combination starts with a jab and cross to the opponent's head, and finishes with a knee strike to the stomach or head.
Jab, cross, head kick
This combination starts with a jab and cross to the opponent's head and finishes with a head kick.
These combinations can be practice in training and use in sparring
or competition, but remember to always stay relaxed, use proper technique, and practice good footwork to set up and evade your opponent's counter strikes.
And don't forget that in a real fight situation, combinations can happen on the fly. It's important to adapt to your opponent and vary your techniques as the fight develops.
Also take a look at:
Muay Thai techniques
Simple Muay Thai combos