Thai- & Kickboxing makes use of striking techniques with the fists, elbows, knees, shins and feet. In various countries, various forms of kickboxing have arisen and there are also various organizations, which means that there are differences in rules and names. To name a few; Muay Thai or Thai Boxing (Thailand), K1 (Japan), Savate – Boxe Française (France), Full Contact or American Kickboxing (USA), Sanda (China), Shootboxing (Japan), Gwon-gyokdo (Korea) and styles similar to the old traditional Thai style Muay Chaiya Boran, like; Lethawae from Myanmar (Burma), Pradal Serey (Cambodia), Tomoi (Malaisie), Muay Lao (Laos), Yaw-Yan (Philippines), Musti Yuddha (Muki Boxing) and Adithada (India). So-called Dutch kickboxing “kickboksen” incorporates techniques from Kyokushin karate, Western boxing and Muay-Thai.
Picture below Baas Thai-kickboxers; Joost Mulder, Redferne Regales, Milangelo Eugenio and Grego Scharbaai.
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