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CREDITS
Foreword	by	Patrick	T.	Tray
	
Models	and	Photo	Credits
Rick	Tavares:	Green/Camo
Michael	Custodio:	Blue
James	W.	Imel:	Black	(Fig.	160–166)
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Scott	Harlan:	Olive	Green	(Fig.	112,	113,	122,	and	123)
Combination	and	Endurance	Drills	Courtesy	of	Trident	Academy	of	Martial	Arts
Disclaimer:	Please	note	that	the	publisher	and	author	of	this	instructional	book	are
NOT	RESPONSIBLE	in	any	manner	whatsoever	for	any	injury	that	may	result	from
practicing	the	techniques	and/or	following	the	instructions	given	within.	Martial	arts
training	 can	 be	 dangerous—both	 to	 you	 and	 to	 others—if	 not	 practiced	 safely.	 If
you're	in	doubt	as	to	how	to	proceed	or	whether	your	practice	is	safe,	consult	with	a
trained	martial	arts	teacher	before	beginning.	Since	the	physical	activities	described
herein	may	be	 too	strenuous	 in	nature	 for	some	readers,	 it	 is	also	essential	 that	a
physician	be	consulted	prior	to	training.
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Copyright	©	2009	Joe	E.	Harvey
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Harvey,	Joe	E.
		Mastering	Muay	Thai	kick-boxing	:	MMA-proven	techniques	/	Joe	E.	Harvey.	--	1st
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				p.	cm.
		ISBN	978-0-8048-4005-7	(pbk.);	ISBN:	978-1-4629-0564-5	(ebook)
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knee	 or	 right	 curve	 knee	 in	 the	 plum/clinch.	 Learn	 more	 about	 this
technique	on	page	155.
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DEDICATION
To	Richard	Ernest	Harvey
A	true	warrior
CONTENTS
FOREWORD
	
INTRODUCTION
	
DIAGRAMS
				Centerline
				Levels
				Directional	Angles
				Linear	Positioning
	
MUAY	THAI	STANCE	
						*Lead	Leg
						*Rear	Leg
	
MOVEMENT
				Forward	Advance
						*Stalking
				Backwards	Retreat
				Lateral	Left
				Lateral	Right
				Turn	Left	(Quarter)
				Turn	Right	(Quarter)
	
UPPER	BODY	STRIKES
				Jab
				Cross
				Hook	(Left)
				Hook	(Right)
				Low	Jab
				Low	Cross
				Low	Hook
				Uppercut	(Left)
				Uppercut	(Right)
				Horizontal	Elbow	(Left)
				Horizontal	Elbow	(Right)
				Down	Elbow	(Left)
				Down	Elbow	(Right)
				Up	Elbow	(Left)
				Up	Elbow	(Right)
				Spinning	Back-Fist	(Left)
				Spinning	Back-Fist	(Right)
				Spinning	Back-Elbow	(Left)
				Spinning	Back-Elbow	(Right)
				Jump	Fly	Cross	(Left)						*Switch	Step
				Jump	Fly	Cross	(Right)						*Stutter	Step
				Jump	Fly	Elbow	(Left)
				Jump	Fly	Elbow	(Right)
	
LOWER	BODY	STRIKES
				Left	Round	Kick
				Right	Round	Kick
				Cut	Kick	(Left)
				Cut	Kick	(Right)
				Left	Angle	Kick
				Right	Angle	Kick
				Long	Foot	Jab
				Short	Foot	Jab
				Long	Knee	(Left)
				Long	Knee	(Right)
				Jump	Fly	Knee	(Left)
				Jump	Fly	Knee	(Right)
	
UPPER	BODY	DEFENSES	
				Parry	(Left)
				Parry	(Right)
				Cover	High	(Left)
				Cover	High	(Right)
				Cover	Low	Outside	(Left)
				Cover	Low	Outside	(Right)
				Cover	Low	Inside	(Left)
				Cover	Low	Inside	(Right)
				Cup/Catch	(Left)
				Cup/Catch	(Right)
				Slip	(Left)
				Slip	(Right)
				Duck
				Bob	and	Weave	(Left)
				Bob	and	Weave	(Right)
				Shoulder	Stop	(Left)
				Shoulder	Stop	(Right)
				Straight	Knee	#1
				Straight	Knee	#2
				Elbow	Jam	(Left)
				Elbow	Jam	(Right)
				Push	(Left)
				Push	(Right)
				Retreat	and	Advance
				Backwards	Retreat
	
LOWER	BODY	DEFENSES
				Lead	Leg	Shield
				Cross	Shield
				Sweep/Parry	Left	Round	Kick
				Sweep/Parry	Right	Round	Kick
				Parry	Long	Foot	Jab	Inside
				Parry	Long	Foot	Jab	Outside
				Parry	Short	Foot	Jab	Inside
				Parry	Short	Foot	Jab	Outside
				Parry	Left	Long	Knee	Inside
				Parry	Left	Long	Knee	Outside
				Parry	Right	Long	Knee	Inside
				Parry	Right	Long	Knee	Outside
				Left	Angle	Evade	Kick
				Right	Angle	Evade	Kick
				Catch	Kick	(Left)
				Catch	Kick	(Right)
				Retreat	and	Advance
				Backwards	Retreat
	
STRIKE-DEFENSE	TABLES
				Upper	Body	Strike-Defense	Table
				Lower	Body	Strike-Defense	Table
	
PLUM/CLINCH	TIE-UPS
				Double	Head	Grab
				High-Low	(Left)
				High-Low	(Right)
				Under	Arm
	
PLUM/CLINCH	TIE-UP	DEFENSES
				Pummel	(Left)
				Pummel	(Right)
				Cross-face	(Left)
				Cross-face	(Right)
				Elbow	Raise	(Left)
				Elbow	Raise	(Right)
				Elbow	Pull	(Left)
				Elbow	Pull	(Right)
				Over/Under	Snake	(Left)
				Over/Under	Snake	(Right)
	
PLUM/CLINCH	STRIKES
				Skip	Knees	#1
				Skip	Knees	#2
				Curve	Knee	(Left)
							*Left	Chip	Knee
				Curve	Knee	(Right)
					*Right	Chip	Knee
				Snap	Elbow	(Left)
				Snap	Elbow	(Right)
	
PLUM/CLINCH
	
PLUM/CLINCH	DEFENSES
				Hip	Check	(Left)
				Hip	Check	(Right)
				Hip	Shift	(Left)
				Hip	Shift	(Right)
				Pull	Off	Balance	(Left)
				Pull	Off	Balance	(Right)
				Head	Pull	(Left)
				Head	Pull	(Right)
				Leg	Tie	Outside	(Left)
				Leg	Tie	Outside	(Right)
				Leg	Tie	Inside	(Left)
				Leg	Tie	Inside	(Right)
	
PLUM/CLINCH	THROWS
				Throw	(Left)
				Throw	(Right)
	
PERSONAL	ATTACK	RANGE
	
RANGE	TABLE
	
EQUIPMENT
				Protective	Equipment
				Training	Equipment
	
FOCUS	MITTS
				Using	Focus	Mitts
				Holding	Focus	Mitts	for	Upper	Body	Strikes
				configre
	
THAI	PADS
				Using	Thai	Pads
				Holding	Thai	Pads	for	Upper	Body	Strikes
				Holding	Thai	Pads	for	Lower	Body	Strikes
	
TRAINING	DRILLS
	
ENDURANCE	DRILLS
	
COMBINATION	DRILLS
	
SPECIFIC	PROBLEM	AREA	TRAINING	TIPS
	
ABOUT	THE	AUTHOR
	
*Are	included	in	description	of	another	technique
FOREWORD
Muay	 Thai	 is	 a	 ring	 fighting	 art	 and	 the	 national	 sport	 of
Thailand.	Its	roots	come	from	the	combative	and	ancient	art	of
Krabi	 Krabong.	 Some	 refer	 to	 it	 as	 Thailand’s	 weapon	 art;
however,	it	was	more	than	just	an	art:	it	was	the	way	the	Thai’s
fought	 wars.	 The	 techniques	 utilized	 in	 Krabi	 Krabong	 easily
transferred	over	to	the	techniques	used	early	on	in	the	sport	of
Muay	Thai,	which	has	evolved	over	time	to	 its	current	stature
in	the	world	of	martial	arts	and	international	sports.
Muay	Thai	 is	 one	 of	 the	 fastest	 growing	 fight	 sports	 in	 the
world.	Due	to	its	popularity	and	effectiveness	in	the	ring,	it	has
become	 one	 of	 the	most	 prominent	 arts	 in	 the	Mixed	Martial
Arts	 (MMA)	 arena.	Muay	 Thai’s	 effectiveness	 in	 the	 ring	 and
MMA	 has	 become	 common	 knowledge	 to	 fans	 and	 fighters
throughout	the	world.
What	 is	 not	 common	 knowledge	 is	 the	 effectiveness	 and
widespread	 use	 of	Muay	 Thai	 in	 the	military.	 I	 spent	 over	 21
years	 with	 the	 U.S.	 Navy	 SEAL	 Teams	 and	 throughout	 that
time,	 I	 witnessed	 numerous	 hand-to-hand	 combat	 programs
that	 were	 designed	 to	 market	 and	 teach	 military

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