DAY 238: Clinch techniques

I am never really good at clinching, throwing or wrestling. So today’s Muay Thai lesson is a bit challenging for me. We worked on the bicep tricep control and from there unbalance our opponent to open him up for a knee strike. Felt like it wasn’t so intensive in class today. Most likely because I wasn’t very sure about the technique.

Start Warm up: jumping jacks, running on the spot, tuck jumps
Stretching
Shadow boxing
25 clap push up, 25  tuck jumps,  30  jack knives (WTH?!)
Teaching Practice first part of combo: tap block (jab), tap block (jab), Catch block (cross)
Practice extension from first part of combo: tap block (jab), tap block (jab), Catch block (cross), duck under (left hook), cross, hook
Combo continued: tap block (jab), tap block (jab), Catch block (cross), duck under (left hook), cross, hook, shield block (right hook, left hook), step forward clinch, move to bicep tri cep control, upper body turn clockwise while left leg step forward and right knee hits opponent’s left leg inner side
Combination: tap block (jab), tap block (jab), Catch block (cross), duck under (left hook), cross, hook, shield block (right hook, left hook), step forward clinch, move to bicep tri cep control, upper body turn clockwise while left leg step forward and right knee hits opponent’s left leg inner side, left knee, right elbow, left hook, right uppercut
Practice Pad work with combination  

4 rounds

50 punches (hook, uppercut), 20 side knees, 20 high push kick
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