top of page

BELOW YOU CAN PURCHASE EACH VIDEO SEPARATELY OR SAVE 55% WITH A PRICING PLAN HERE

Logo.png

TOPICFIGHT
TRAIN BY TOPIC SERIES

The TopicFight Train By Topic Series contains  1-on-1 drills, pad work, best practices, judging and scoring all separated by different topics. Everything you will need to further develop your fight  skills. Although geared towards Muay Thai fighters, Kickboxing and MMA practitioners will also benefit from the skills taught. These drills were formulated with general, advanced practitioners, fighters and coaches in mind. Coaches can further develop their students skills  during class by teaching the drills.
 

Monthly fee of $14.99 or yearly fee of  $99.99 (55% discount) for all  Train By Topic Series  videos.  

(Separate from Stage 1   TopicFight Development Series).

STAGE 2

TopicFight Train By Topic Series

Logo-02.png

After you’ve build your Timing, Feinting and Faking techniques. Head down to the Train By Topic Series for detailed solo, partner combinations, pad work, bag work and more…

Series-01.png

STAGE 2 TRAIN BY TOPIC SERIES

TRAIN BY TOPIC
$14.99/MONTH | $99.99/YEAR (55% DISCOUNT)

Below are techniques and strategies  separated by different Topics. Updated regularly with new techniques.

Training By Topic
Fundamentals.png
Defense.png
Kicks.png
Angles.png
Clinch.png
Rodlek-Topic.png
Knees.png
Low-Kicks.png
Free.png
Teeps.png
Boxing.png
Pad-Work-01-01.png

TERMINOLOGY

To help you understand the videos easier, below is commonly used terminology in the videos.

QUICK STEP Quick Step is an abrupt shuffle of the feet which not only helps generate speed, but places your body closer to the target at An off beat time.

SHUFFLE A technique used to change stance in a quicker and MORE explosive manner. (Quicker than a “switch” or “skip.”)

GALLOP A technique used to close distance before striking in order not to miss the target.

FILLER TECHNIQUE A technique used to create distraction to place opponent in a position more suitable for your attack or open opponent up for an attack.

ELEMENT OF CONFUSION A technique used to create confusion to an opponent, before striking with a real and meaningful technique.

VULNERABLE POSITION Anytime your opponent is placed in a position where they cannot correctly defend themselves or see your oncoming attack.

STANDARD TIMING ATTACK  Conventional and ordinary way of attacking done on the first beat.

ADVANCED TIMING ATTACK PATTERN 1 Interrupting your attack mid way to strike at an off beat time (for detailed steps to perform this technique see Timing Series).

ADVANCED TIMING ATTACK PATTERN 2 Pausing before striking at an off beat time (for detailed steps to perform this technique see Timing Series).

FAKING PATTERN 1 Indicate, Attack (for detailed steps to perform this technique see Faking Series).

FAKING PATTERN 2 Indicate, Add, Attack (for detailed steps to perform this technique see Faking Series).

FAKING PATTERN 3 Indicate, Change, Attack (for detailed steps to perform this technique see Faking Series).

FEINTING PATTERN 1 Indicate, Attack (for detailed steps to perform this technique see Feinting Series).

FEINTING PATTERN 2 Indicate, Add, Attack (for detailed steps to perform this technique see Feinting Series).

FEINTING PATTERN 3 Indicate, Pause, Attack (for detailed steps to perform this technique see Feinting Series).

bottom of page