Learn Beginner Muay Thai Combinations

Muay Thai known as "The Art Of 8 Limbs" is the cultural sport of Thailand which utilizes the entire body as a weapon.

It is a simple and efficient Martial Art which combines punches, kicks, elbows and knees into hugely powerful and devastating combinations. 

So why is Muay Thai just SO GOOD??

1. It is widely recognised as the strongest fighting style in the world - This is because it is battle tested by highly skilled practitioners at an elite level.

2. It is effective across all ranges of stand up fighting - Utilising kicks, punches, elbows, knees and clinch.

3. It is simple and easy to learn - Muay Thai is for everyone from children and teenagers to men and women. In Thailand it is common to start training as young as 5 and 6 years old.

4. It is a brilliant form of self defence - The training will develop your confidence and conditioning for real self defense situations.

5. It is both an aerobic and anaerobic workout - pushing your physical fitness, endurance and toughness is a brilliant way to exercise which will burn over 1000 calories per hour.

6. It makes you TOUGH! - You will develop discipline and confidence through the control of your feelings and emotions.



I started Thaiboxing when I was 13 alongside Kickboxing under my coaches Matthew Chapman and James Evans-Nicolle who were trained under Grand Master Anton St James (One of the original students of Master Toddy).

I really wanted to improve my clinch game so in 2011 I travelled to the Patong Boxing Gym in Thailand. 

Back then the gym was on the side of a road, up the top of a mountain cliff, with a ring, some carpet space, three heavy bags and some weights. 

Oh and my instructor was the head coach called Ming "The Destroyer Of Worlds" who took great pleasure in clinching me and throwing me around his ring for 2 weeks. 

It was a painful but pleasurable experience where I brought back loads of technical knowledge to the UK.

Obviously training in Thailand is incredible so I returned back in 2015 in search of more knowledge and travelled to a variety of gyms including Lamai Muay Thai Camp, Wech Pinyo Gym and then finished off my travels at Tiger Muay Thai below.


Course Combinations

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    Muay Thai Beginner Combinations

    • Beginner Muay Thai Combinations (Reference Sheet)

    • Muay Thai Beginner Combination 1 - Two Counts

    • Muay Thai Beginner Combination 2 - Two Counts

    • Muay Thai Beginner Combination 3 - Two Counts

    • Muay Thai Beginner Combination 4 - Two Counts

    • Muay Thai Beginner Combination 5 - Two Counts

    • Muay Thai Beginner Combination 6 - Double Kicking

    • Muay Thai Beginner Combination 7 - Double Kicking

    • Muay Thai Beginner Combination 8 - Double Kicking

    • Muay Thai Beginner Combination 9 - Striking Combos 1

    • Muay Thai Beginner Combination 10 - Striking Combos 1

    • Muay Thai Beginner Combination 11 - Striking Combos 1

    • Muay Thai Beginner Combination 12 - Striking Combos 1

    • Muay Thai Beginner Combination 13 - Striking Combos 2

    • Muay Thai Beginner Combination 14 - Striking Combos 2

    • Muay Thai Beginner Combination 15 - Striking Combos 2

    • Muay Thai Beginner Combination 16 - Shin Check Defence

    • Muay Thai Beginner Combination 17 - Shin Check Defence

    • Muay Thai Beginner Combination 18 - Shin Check Defence

    • Muay Thai Beginner Combination 19 - Shin Check Defence

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    • Muay Thai Beginner Combination 20 - Shin Check Defence

    • Muay Thai Beginner Conditioning Drill 1 - Arms Conditioning

    • Muay Thai Beginner Conditioning Drill 2 - Arms Conditioning

    • Muay Thai Beginner Conditioning Drill 3 - Legs Conditioning

    • Muay Thai Beginner Conditioning Drill 4 - Legs Conditioning

    • Muay Thai Beginner Conditioning Drill 5 - Legs Conditioning

    • Muay Thai Beginner Conditioning Drill 6 - Legs Conditioning