I have been practicing Muay thai for two years. To my knowledge what you are doing is correct if you are going 45 degree forward.
When you are kicking you need to move 45 degrees forward(but side). Not straight forward. If you go 45 degree forward your opponent cannot punch you.You...
I feel this might be due to over stressing my knees. May not be due to couple of blocks. I think my legs are well conditioned .
As doctor suggested, i will take rest for 15 days. Will consult him again if the pain did not subside. Thanks Jenna, I appreciate your help. I thought this forum is...
Thanks a lot for your reply. I am 34 years old. Been practicing Muay thai for 2-3 years.Had some 4 months break in between.I am armature kick boxer. I practice because i love this and to keep myself fit.
This soreness began just 20 days back. I was doing lot of leg exercises for some...
I have been practicing Muay thai for 2 years.
I feel muay thai is more versatile. As you can use kicks,elbows, knees etc. Your boxing experience will help you to learn muay thai punches easily.
Try to learn from good teacher. This is the first and very important step.Chances of you...
1) Loosing balance might be stance problem as some one pointed out. Do remember to rotate your hips.Check out with your teacher what is going wrong!
2)As every one said lot of practice. Practice it everyday for some time, you should be able to master it.
I have been practicing Muay thai for a year.
Recently i developed sourness in both my knees. I am feeling hardness in my knees. Doctor did xray and told that nothing happened to my knee bones, they are fine.
I want to find the root issue.Please let me know which of the below could be...