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The basic rules of the 4 regions of Muay Thai

Today we will take you through the 4 regions of Muay Thai, learning about Muay Thai Huafuri, Muay Thai Tha Sao, Muay Thai Chaiya and Muay Thai Korat.

What you should know about Muay Thai in 4 parts

Part 1 Muay Thai Huafu Li

These are often called Central Muay Thai, by virtue of the uniqueness of Muay Thai Huafu Li, which is to wrap the ankles and hands around the arms, it is a type of boxing that does not focus on aggression or power. This is a type of boxing that does not focus on offense or power, but is creative and uses your wits to fight, hence the nickname "punching", with a very fast pace of attack and defense.

Part 2 Northern Muay Thai

Also known as Northern Muay Thai. There is also a famous Muay Thai teacher named Kru Mek who has an impeccable style of punching. The beautiful and smooth historical records show that Thong Dee or Phra Phichai Dab Hak was a disciple of Kru Mek.

Part 3 Muay Thai Chaiya

It is a unique traditional Muay Thai. Whether it is punching with a rope or wrapping a rope. It has 7 outstanding masterpieces such as boxing, arm-wrapping, arm-wrapping, elbow-jumping, and square-wrapping. Whining and barbecuing.

Part 4 Muay Thai Korat

Muay Thai Korat is considered very popular in Korat Province. Especially during the reign of King Rama V.6, the most important thing was not to wear a shirt. They wore only shorts and wore good luck belts on their heads and hands to clench their fists like a rope.

What is the story of the four parts of Muay Thai? Whether it's Muay Thai Huafuri, Muay Thai Tha Sao, Muay Thai Chaiya or Muay Thai Korat all of these are interesting. It's unique. Everyone in Thailand should know it is an ancient boxing sport or help protect it.