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Muay Thai: Counter against Elbow, Knee & Clinch Tecniques DVD by Christoph Delp

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Muay Thai Counter against Elbow, Knee and Clinch Techniques DVD.

Featuring the following TOP Muay Thai Champions :
~Saiyok Pumphanmuang
~Kem Sitsongpeenong
~Phetbonchu
~Armin Black Dragon Swiss
~Nonsai Sor Sanyakorn
~Samranchai 96Peenung
~Jaochalam
~Prakaisaeng

This DVD of the Christoph Delp Thai-Boxing series will show you the counters against elbow, knee and clinch techniques. Ten current Thai-Boxing Champions demonstrate the best defense against an opponent’s attack and how to follow up with an effective attacking technique of your own.

You will see counters against all possible elbow and knee techniques. You will also learn how to control your opponent in a clinch, to throw him away from you, to defend against his attacks and to get out of his grip.

Among the Real Fighters you will see are current world champions like Saiyok, Kem, Phetbonchu, Nonsai, Samranchai, Antuan, Jaochalam and Armin.

The DVD will acquaint you with techniques by which these athletes win their fights. All technical details are described in detail for easy understanding and adaptation.

The DVD menu is clearly arranged and you can click on each individual technique. Use the DVD to develop into an advanced Thai-Boxer. You can also use the techniques as an effective method of self-defense * 16:9 Wide-Screen High -Definition TRUE DVD ( NOT DVD-R or +R )
Additional Information
SKU BV-15859
Release Date Sep 21, 2012
Other Info No
Format DVD NTSC
Languages English
Length 88 Minutes

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