LESSON ONE - Be Unpredictable with the Roundhouse
The Muay Thai roundhouse is one of the most powerful weapons in martial arts. But any good fighter will be able to defend against it if there are no set ups to make it unpredictable.
The reason that I can land so many roundhouses to the leg, body, and head kicks is not just due to my speed. There are many subtle but important details to setting it up that people are not aware of.
LESSON TWO - Unique Muay Thai Training Mindset and Methodology
How Jockey Gym, the Muay Thai camp that heavily influenced my training during my early stadium days, produced such high level champions that could out trick so many other great champions.
Kaoklai fought heavyweights in K-1 with great success, Somrak beat many great champions and earned an Olympic Gold medal in Boxing, Lerdsila became one of the best pound for pound best in Thailand, and Silapathai is considered by many to be the trickiest champion in the golden era. We all trained in a similar way, and it created incredible results for good reason.
LESSON THREE - The Teep
The teep is the most important strike that is misunderstood by the west. It is the jab of Muay Thai, but many in the west either do not use it or do not use it properly.
I want to teach you how to throw a teep correctly, how to use the lead and rear teep, how to use the explosive side teeps, and why all of this is important.
LESSON FOUR - Ring Tactics against Bigger Opponents
99% of the time, I fight opponents that are bigger and heavier than me. I've never had a weight or size advantage. If I relied on trying to be stronger, I wouldn't have achieved what I achieved. I've had to rely on other attributes and create a style that helped me achieve everything I have today.
You will learn ring tactics, movement, agility, and high IQ striking.
MANY MORE LESSONS...
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Joe Rogan: UFC Commentator, Brazilian Jiujitsu Black Belt, Taekwondo Champion
"Saenchai is one of the greatest combat sport athletes ever. He fights every couple of weeks. I follow him on Instagram, he's 37 years old, he fights people way bigger than him all the time, and although he knocks a lot of people out, most of his fights, are won by him just doing shit to the opponent that they just can't deal with. He just kicks the hell of out them, he hits them when they're not looking, they don't know what he's doing, he's so clever and fast, I mean, he's just a wizard, a real technical wizard inside the ring."
"When you watch him, you realized, 'Oh, there's levels even to this thing.' He's such a high level specialist, that if anyone outside of that, if Floyd Mayweather wanted to fight Saenchai, and he let Saenchai kick him, it would be one of the most lopsided fights you've ever seen. It'd be horrific to watch. Saenchai could probably do it to McGregor too. There's just levels and levels to this. What McGregor encountered with Floyd Mayweather in boxing, he'd encounter with Saenchai."