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The Bad Company Style of Muay Thai with Richard Smith

The Bad Company Style of Muay Thai with Richard Smith

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The Bad Company Style of Muay Thai with Richard Smith

Richard Smith is the founder, owner and head instructor of the world famous Yokkao sponsored super gym Bad Company in Leeds, UK.  In this, his most in-depth instructional series to date, he goes through step by step, a whole manner of amazing coaching content, knowledge and drills he personally likes to utilise regularly with the world class fighters he trains – Avoiding the Clinch, Muay Thai Feints, Drawing and Countering Kicks, Boxing Rhythm Drills, Fighting Strategies and Effective Low Kicks.

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The Bad Company Style of Muay Thai with Richard Smith

Richard Smith is not only a multiple times British, European and Commonwealth Champion and internationally renowned coach, he is also the founder, owner and head instructor of the world famous Yokkao sponsored super gym Bad Company in Leeds.  After founding Bad Company in 1992, he has gone onto produce world champion after world champion, with elite fighters such as Liam Harrison, Jordan Watson, Lisa Houghton-Smith, Richard Cadden, Andy Howson and many more having found their home here.  Hugely respected by both fighters and coaches, his approach to Muay Thai and unique training methods are sought after all over the world

 

A photo of Richard Smith from his Bad Company Muay Thai Instructional volume

 

He is one of the most popular instructors featured on the Warrior Collective Youtube Channel having received over 70,000 views across the instructionals he has kindly contributed to the resource.

 

Here, for the first time, he has filmed what is by far his most in-depth volume of work to date

 

The Bad Company Style of Muay Thai with Richard Smith

 

 

In it, he goes through step by step, a whole manner of amazing coaching content, knowledge and drills he personally likes to utilise regularly with the world class fighters he trains – Avoiding the Clinch, Muay Thai Feints, Drawing and Countering Kicks, Boxing Rhythm Drills, Fighting Strategies and Effective Low Kicks.

 

So, whether you are looking to take your own personal game to the next level or want to develop further as a coach, you will find this volume of work indispensable.

 

A photo of Richard Smith from his Bad Company Muay Thai Instructional volume

 

This video includes:

 

  • Avoiding the Clinch. Effective ways in which to avoid being clinched by an aggressive opponent
  • Clinch Breaking. Different ways to break the clinch and escape back to striking
  • Bad Company Sweeps. A look at how to do some of Bad Company gym’s favourite sweeps
  • Muay Thai specific Feints. A framework of feints specifically to use when sparring or competing in Muay Thai
  • Drawing the Kick. How to draw the kick from your opponent when fighting
  • Countering the Kick. Multiple ways to counter the kick once it has been drawn from your opponent in a fight
  • Boxing Concepts. Looking at how simple changes to Boxing can greatly increase their effectiveness in Muay Thai
  • Rhythm Drills. Using constant changes of rhythm to open up your opponent with punches
  • Orthodox Vs Southpaw. Breaking down the strategies needed to succeed against either a same side or opposite stance opponent
  • Fighting Tactics. Drills to use when having to deal with aggressive fighters, defensive fighters or when facing a reach advantage or deficit i.e. Tall vs Short
  • Evasion. An understanding of how constant angling and movement needs to become intuitive when facing high level opponents
  • Effective Low Kicks. Different ways in which to utilise leg kicks to the lead and rear leg
  • And more….

 

Below is an extract from the series.  This clip is from Video 1 – Avoiding the Clinch

 

 

 

Find out for yourself why Richard Smith is one of the most sought after Muay Thai coaches in the world, purchase your copy of The Bad Company Style of Muay Thai today!! Here, you can also learn more about his other volume on this site Muay Thai 101 – A Framework for Developing Fighters along with all the other exceptional exceptional Muay Thai, Kickboxing, MMA and Boxing Instructionals featured on the Warrior Collective!

 

 

 

 

1 review for The Bad Company Style of Muay Thai with Richard Smith

  1. fonzy1327

    Can’t reccomend this enough…brilliant…to be able to follow the coaching methods of Richard Smith is brilliant . Absolutely can’t reccomend this enough…also dealing with Stuart is a pleasure ..very helpful

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