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5.Pathom Move

These are a continuation from the “Tawai Bangkom” movement. The boxer would lift his body up and step his right leg out 1 step with the right knee bent at a right angle to the ground. He would then lean forward, with eyes looking ahead, the left leg slightly bent stretching towards the back and the back of the heel raised. The right arm is now placed on the right leg, the left arm raised to the chest, both hands clenched.Then to the “Prom” Movement… place both clenched fists to the chest, and look ahead. Lean forward, swing the fists three times and then sit back on the left heel.
Stretch out the right leg with the tip of the right foot opened, then perform 3 sets of 3 swings of the fists. Once done, stand up to do “Yang Sam Khum” – three-point step, before returning to the boxer’s corner. Then turn facing towards the opponent’s corner and perform the “Wai” by pressing the hands together at the chest level and raising them once to the forehead. This would complete the “Wai Khru” ritual dance.
However, we may need to extend the dance, and this could be done by adding more movements, either sitting or standing. Once done, perform the “Yang Sam Khum” returning to own corner and “Wai” to complete the “Wai Khru”.

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[ap_li]Khan01-011. Wai Kru ( all moves continuous )[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-012. Thep Panom[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-023. Kom Krap  [/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-034. The Tawai Bangkom[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-045. Pathom Move[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-056. Prom Move[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-067. Thepnimit[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-078. Koom Cherng Khru Move[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-089. Yang Sam Khum[/ap_li]
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5. ท่าปฐม

เป็นท่าต่อเนื่องจากท่าถวายบังคม ให้ยกตัวขึ้นเก้าเท้าขวาออกไปข้างหน้า 1 ก้าว เข่าขวางอตั้งฉากกับพื้น โน้มตัวไปข้างหน้า ตามองตรง ขาซ้ายเหยียดตรงไปด้านหลังงอหลังเท้าเชิดขึ้น แขนขวาอยู่บนเท้าขวา แขนซ้ายกุมเสมออก กำหมัดทั้งสองข้าง จากนั้นเข้าสู่ท่าพรหม หมัดทั้งสองประสานกันระดับหน้าอกมองตรง แล้วโน้มตัวไปข้างหน้าควงหมัดสามรอบเสร็จแล้วถอยตัวกลับไปนั่งบนเท้าส้นซ้าย
เท้าขวาเหยียดเปิดปลายเท้าควงหมัดสามรอบทำสามครั้ง ลุกขึ้นย่างสามขุมกลับเข้ามุมของเรา จากนั้นหันมาทางมุมคู่ชกยกมือไหว้หนึ่งครั้งเป็นการสิ้นสุดท่ารำไหว้ครูแต่หากเราต้องการร่ายรำต่อก็สามารถใช้ไม้รำเพิ่มเติมต่างๆมาต่อท่าทั้งแบบนั่งหรือแบบยืนก็ได้ โดยเมื่อสิ้นสุดการร่ายรำเพิ่มเติมแล้วจึงทำการย่างสามขุมกลับเข้ามุมแล้วหันมาทิศทางมุมคู่ชกไหว้หนึ่งครั้งเป็นการเสร็จสิ้นการไหว้ครู

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[ap_li]Khan01-011. ไหว้ครู[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-012. ท่าเทพพนม[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-023. ก้มกราบ  [/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-034. ท่าถวายบังคม[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-045. ท่าปฐม[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-056. ท่าพรหม[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-067. เทพนิมิตร[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-078. คุมเชิงครู[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-089. ย่างสามขุม[/ap_li]
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4.Pathom Move

These are a continuation from the “Tawai Bangkom” movement. The boxer would lift his body up and step his right leg out 1 step with the right knee bent at a right angle to the ground. He would then lean forward, with eyes looking ahead, the left leg slightly bent stretching towards the back and the back of the heel raised. The right arm is now placed on the right leg, the left arm raised to the chest, both hands clenched.Then to the “Prom” Movement… place both clenched fists to the chest, and look ahead. Lean forward, swing the fists three times and then sit back on the left heel.
Stretch out the right leg with the tip of the right foot opened, then perform 3 sets of 3 swings of the fists. Once done, stand up to do “Yang Sam Khum” – three-point step, before returning to the boxer’s corner. Then turn facing towards the opponent’s corner and perform the “Wai” by pressing the hands together at the chest level and raising them once to the forehead. This would complete the “Wai Khru” ritual dance.
However, we may need to extend the dance, and this could be done by adding more movements, either sitting or standing. Once done, perform the “Yang Sam Khum” returning to own corner and “Wai” to complete the “Wai Khru”.

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[ap_li]Khan01-011. Thep Panom[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-022. Kom Krap  [/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-033. The Tawai Bangkom[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-044. Pathom Move[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-055. Prom Move[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-066. Thepnimit[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-077. Koom Cherng Khru Move[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-088. Yang Sam Khum[/ap_li][/ap_list]

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4.Pathom Move

These are a continuation from the “Tawai Bangkom” movement. The boxer would lift his body up and step his right leg out 1 step with the right knee bent at a right angle to the ground. He would then lean forward, with eyes looking ahead, the left leg slightly bent stretching towards the back and the back of the heel raised. The right arm is now placed on the right leg, the left arm raised to the chest, both hands clenched.Then to the “Prom” Movement… place both clenched fists to the chest, and look ahead. Lean forward, swing the fists three times and then sit back on the left heel.
Stretch out the right leg with the tip of the right foot opened, then perform 3 sets of 3 swings of the fists. Once done, stand up to do “Yang Sam Khum” – three-point step, before returning to the boxer’s corner. Then turn facing towards the opponent’s corner and perform the “Wai” by pressing the hands together at the chest level and raising them once to the forehead. This would complete the “Wai Khru” ritual dance.
However, we may need to extend the dance, and this could be done by adding more movements, either sitting or standing. Once done, perform the “Yang Sam Khum” returning to own corner and “Wai” to complete the “Wai Khru”.

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[ap_li]Khan01-011. Thep Panom[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-022. Kom Krap  [/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-033. The Tawai Bangkom[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-044. Pathom Move[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-055. Prom Move[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-066. Thepnimit[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-077. Koom Cherng Khru Move[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-088. Yang Sam Khum[/ap_li][/ap_list]

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4.Pathom Move

These are a continuation from the “Tawai Bangkom” movement. The boxer would lift his body up and step his right leg out 1 step with the right knee bent at a right angle to the ground. He would then lean forward, with eyes looking ahead, the left leg slightly bent stretching towards the back and the back of the heel raised. The right arm is now placed on the right leg, the left arm raised to the chest, both hands clenched.Then to the “Prom” Movement… place both clenched fists to the chest, and look ahead. Lean forward, swing the fists three times and then sit back on the left heel.
Stretch out the right leg with the tip of the right foot opened, then perform 3 sets of 3 swings of the fists. Once done, stand up to do “Yang Sam Khum” – three-point step, before returning to the boxer’s corner. Then turn facing towards the opponent’s corner and perform the “Wai” by pressing the hands together at the chest level and raising them once to the forehead. This would complete the “Wai Khru” ritual dance.
However, we may need to extend the dance, and this could be done by adding more movements, either sitting or standing. Once done, perform the “Yang Sam Khum” returning to own corner and “Wai” to complete the “Wai Khru”.

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[ap_li]Khan01-011. Thep Panom[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-022. Kom Krap  [/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-033. The Tawai Bangkom[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-044. Pathom Move[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-055. Prom Move[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-066. Thepnimit[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-077. Koom Cherng Khru Move[/ap_li]
[ap_li]Khan01-088. Yang Sam Khum[/ap_li][/ap_list]

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