Winning Muay Thai Strategies: Round-by-Round with Luke Lessei

Winning Muay Thai Strategies: Round-by-Round with Luke Lessei

Luke “The Chef” Lessei is cookin’ up something special for you with this course.

In this series, Luke breaks down how he approaches the Muay Thai strategies, round-by-round, that led him to capture 16x National Muay Thai Championships and become a top Featherweight contender in ONE Championship.

Winning Muay Thai Strategies: Round-by-Round with Luke Lessei
  • Lesson 1. Intro - Intercepting the Jab; Option 1

    Luke shows his preferred method to shut down the most common punch expected in early rounds — intercepting the jab with a low kick.

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  • Lesson 2. Intercepting the Jab; Option 2

    Luke shows another follow-up options to counter the incoming jab.

    The drills in this video are performed and supervised by professionals. By engaging in the activities shown in this video, you agree that you are physically fit and mentally capable of performing these activities, and assume all r...

  • Lesson 3. Shutting Down the Cross with the Inside Kick

    Use the parry and inside kick to shut down the incoming jab-cross combination.

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  • Lesson 4. The “Spot Kick”

    Shut down the incoming cross with a no-switch, lead leg roundhouse to the body.

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  • Lesson 5. Aggressive Long Guard; Option 1

    Utilize the long guard to stop your opponent’s forward aggression, chaining a “spot kick” with a “reverse teep”.

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  • Lesson 6. Aggressive Long Guard; Option 2

    Use the long guard to setup and inside low kick, for a follow-up uppercut.

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  • Lesson 7. Long Guard to Pull Down Elbow

    Utilize the long guard to pull down your opponent’s guard for multiple elbows.

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  • Lesson 8. Attacking the Bicep and “Mixing It Up”

    Use your elbow to destroy the bicep at nullify the incoming hook.

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  • Lesson 9. Switch Fake for Step-Through Cross

    The switch kick is one of the most destructive weapons, making the feint just as effective.

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  • Lesson 10. Switch Fake to Step In Elbow

    The switch footwork can be feinted to quickly close the distance for an elbow.

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  • Lesson 11. Double Switch Fake

    Doubling up the switch kick footwork to set up the cross and follow up kick.

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  • Lesson 12. Setting up the Rear Uppercut off the Switch

    Using the switch footwork to land a rear uppercut and a tricky low kick.

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  • Lesson 13. Universal Kick Catch Defense

    Use this same defense to catch any teep or roundhouse kick to the body.

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  • Lesson 14. Faking the Low Kick for a Step-Through Knee

    One of “The Chef’s” signature dishes in this step-through knee after faking the low kick.

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  • Lesson 15. Fake Kick When They Retreat

    If your opponent is backing up to evade your low kicks that you’ve been battering them with, use it to cover distance for a follow up knee, kick, or flying knee.

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  • Lesson 16. Uppercut to Spinning Up Elbow

    For “The Chef,” the final round means time to go for the highlight reel KO.

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