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#327315 - 03/09/07 03:08 PM Possible to learn muay thai?
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Is there any method to learn muay thai enough to apply it in fights using dvd's? And if yes what dvd's are best? Seeing as i have no muay thai dojo's or classes near me i cannot just go and train i would have to home train.

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#327316 - 03/09/07 03:11 PM Re: Possible to learn muay thai? [Re: KBJC]
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Short answer: No.

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#327317 - 03/09/07 03:13 PM Re: Possible to learn muay thai? [Re: KBJC]
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Long answer, originally posted by Leo_E_49:

If you are interested in starting martial arts training, the best way to do this is to seek a qualified instructor and learn first hand. Learning from books and DVDs is not a good idea for a beginner, the same as you would not try to learn how to drive a car just by reading a book on it (without ever stepping into a car). The best way to go about finding a school is to look in the local yellow pages under "Martial Arts" and do a search on www.google.com for martial arts in your area.

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#327318 - 03/10/07 04:03 AM Re: Possible to learn muay thai? [Re: KBJC]
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In that case i cannot do it because there is no muay thai things in my area

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#327319 - 03/11/07 03:58 AM Re: Possible to learn muay thai? [Re: KBJC]
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Well... not all is lost... get a sandbag and some pads and then go to http://muaythaibot.com/muay_thai_reference
you'll find some excellent articles about training and techniques.
Good luck!

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