Introduction to Kickboxing Defence:
Discover the secrets to dominating the ring and effectively protecting yourself against opponents in kickboxing and Muay Thai.
British Kickboxing Champion Rob Zab shares his expert tips and proven strategies to help you elevate your defensive game, regardless of your experience level.
Learn how to outsmart your opponents and become unstoppable in the ring!
Essential Defence Strategies:
Rob Zab covers various defence techniques that can be applied to both kickboxing and Muay Thai.
These strategies range from beginner-friendly tips to more advanced techniques for experienced fighters.
Deflect and absorb incoming strikes, minimizing the damage you receive from your opponent's attacks.
Evade punches with swift head movement to avoid taking direct hits.
Redirect your opponent's attacks to keep yourself safe and create counter opportunities.
Lean back to avoid kicks and create counter opportunities, staying in range to deliver powerful strikes.
Guard your legs against low kicks by using your shin to absorb and deflect the impact.
Stay mobile and unpredictable, making it difficult for your opponent to land effective strikes.
Attacking to Defend:
Use offensive pressure to keep your opponents at bay, forcing them to focus on their own defence instead of attacking you.
Keeping Hands Up:
Maintain a solid guard for maximum protection, ensuring your hands are in the right position to block and deflect incoming strikes.
Good Defensive Position:
Adopt the right stance for optimal defence, keeping yourself protected and ready to counterattack.
Whether you're a beginner or an experienced fighter, these proven techniques will help you elevate your kickboxing or Muay Thai defence game.
Don't miss out on these valuable insights from a true champion! Practice these strategies regularly and invest time in building your reflexes and instincts through partner drills, sparring, and focused training.
Checkout our YouTube video on this subject by Rob Here
Once you've found a gym, it's time to invest in the right gear for your chosen combat sport.
You'll need boxing gloves, hand wraps, a mouthguard, and potentially other protective equipment like shin guards for kickboxing or MMA.
Your gym may provide some of these items, but it's a good idea to invest in your own high-quality equipment, especially if you plan to train regularly.
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