More Leg kick info

If you’ve been reading this blog for a little while, you know the muay Thai leg kick is one of my favorite techniques. I recently came across this link . It’s a really well done set of videos on the targeting with the leg kick. the part I enjoyed most is when they ask an MD to explain the anatomy of the weak spots. His information was way more accurate than most of the stuff you find on the Internet about this topic.

There are also a bunch of neat examples of combinations and concepts to place the leg kick. Some of them aren’t my cup of tea but that doesn’t mean you can’t benefit from them. Check them all out and I hope you can get the most out of the information.

Speaking of the leg kick, I’m still working hard on the full E-book on it, along with preparing the video series. My goal is to make it as complete as possible and for that I’d like some feedback from you:

Which topics would you like to see addressed in the book and videos?

I already have a long list of what’s going in there but I might have missed a few. So if there’s something you always wondered about regarding the leg kick or a specific aspect you want to get more info on, let me know in the comments section here.

Have a great weekend!

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Comments

  1. Always on the lookout for good tutorial vids, thanks for the post!

  2. Always on the lookout for good tutorial vids, thanks for the post!

  3. Hi Wim,

    I guess we are going to be subjected to this kind of stupidity because as humans we want to watch the “daring” stunts. This sword trick remindes me of William Tell’s apple shot. I did a quick search and found a story of a bowsman attempting the very same trick in 1902 with leathal results.

    http://query.nytimes.com/mem/archive-free/pdf?_r=1&res=9A06E2DC1F3BE733A25754C2A9669D946397D6CF

    I’d like to say we can learn from history. :)

  4. Hi Wim,

    I guess we are going to be subjected to this kind of stupidity because as humans we want to watch the “daring” stunts. This sword trick remindes me of William Tell’s apple shot. I did a quick search and found a story of a bowsman attempting the very same trick in 1902 with leathal results.

    http://query.nytimes.com/mem/archive-free/pdf?_r=1&res=9A06E2DC1F3BE733A25754C2A9669D946397D6CF

    I’d like to say we can learn from history. :)

  5. Woops – commented on the wrong post.

  6. Woops – commented on the wrong post.