boxing, kickboxing, self defense, jeet kune do, jkd, fitness, women's self defense, martial arts, kung fu, karate
boxing, kickboxing, self defense, jeet kune do, jkd, fitness, women's self defense, martial arts, kung fu, karate
boxing, kickboxing, self defense, jeet kune do, jkd, fitness, women's self defense, martial arts, kung fu, karate
boxing, kickboxing, self defense, jeet kune do, jkd, fitness, women's self defense, martial arts, kung fu, karate

JEET KUNE DO - KALI ESCRIMA - WING CHUN  KUNG FU-  PENCAK SILAT - MUAY THAI KICKBOXING - SELF DEFENSE

Tandez Academy of Martial Arts

1931 Old Middlefield Way, Unit C

Mountain View, CA 94043
408 373 0204

MUAY THAI KICKBOXING
jeet kune do jkd, kali escrima, muay thai kickboxing, pencak silat, self defense for women, wing chun kung fu, boxing, fitness, martial arts, mma, karate
Muay Thai Kickboxing
Our kickboxing training is a combination of Muay Thai, Savate and Cross-Training. This is based on the unique stand-up system taught and developed by the world-renowned fighter and coach, Erik Paulson . 
From Savate (French Kickboxing), STX draws it’s footwork and evasiveness. Savate is known for being highly mobile and constantly moving, which makes you harder to hit and allows you to attack at angles. STX also capitalizes on Savate’s many fakes and setups so that the opponent is constantly guessing as to which attack is real and what is just a misleading fake. Following the misleading attacks is a system of extremely fluid combinations that help to allow the fighter to land more hits than the opponent while moving in and out of range, at good angles. 
On defense, STX draws from some of its unique defense and counter techniques that help to keep your opponent out of his game and help you to set up your shots more like a chess match. Savate also has a much longer range kicking method. 
From Muay Thai, STX draws it’s powerful kicking and conditioning. It also utilizes the “stand your ground” attitude of Muay Thai with good, strong defensive techniques and quick, powerful counters. STX also uses the closing and clinching techniques that Muay Thai is known for so that you can control and apply knees, elbows and close range punching. 
Although STX is heavily based in Savate and Muay Thai, it also has elements that are modified and used from other arts and disciplines. From Filipino Kali, it will sometimes use the concept and techniques of destruction to inflict pain on the opponent even while defending his attacks. From Indonesian Silat it will draw upon it’s use of sweeps and off-balancing techniques to keep the opponent fighting to stay on his feet in close range. From Greco-Roman Wrestling it draws upon it’s powerful clinching techniques to enhance what is already there in Thai Boxing for maximum control on the inside. 
STX even has elements from Jun Fan, Judo, Shooto, etc., but it is all applied from the Savate-Muay Thai delivery system. 
jeet kune do jkd, kali escrima, muay thai kickboxing, pencak silat, self defense for women, wing chun kung fu, boxing, fitness, martial arts, mma, karate