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8.Koom Cherng Khru Move

“Koom Cherng Khru Move, Do Duskorn, Forn Ram Cherng” Dance Routine
This dance routine serves as a reminder for boxers to always be on guard. Traditional Muaythai masters have incorporated all movements of this routine into a rhyming phrase as “Yang Sam Khum, Koom Cherng Khru, Do Duskorn, Forn Ram Cherng”

After the seated warm up routine (or Wai Kru) followed by the standing movement of “Thep Nimitr”, the boxer would start the dance routine with “Yang Sam Khum” or three-point steps, moving around in circular form. He may afterwards change to “Koom Cherng Khru” routine to remind himself of the need to constantly guard from an attack by raising both of his fisted hands high up, then change the direction of his three-point steps, eyeing constantly on the opponent.

“Do Dassakorn” Dance Routine
During the dance routine, the eyes must be constantly on the opponent while moving.
With change of direction in the three-point steps, while placing a step on the floor, the arms are raised to protect the forehead with the head turning left and right. The eyes however must remain on the opponent.
“Fon Rum Choeng” Dance Routine
In Muaythai, deceptive moves are often used to trick the opponent to open up his guard. The boxer would attack once such opportunity is available. The moves encompass alternate lifting of the legs, swaying the body left to right, and tip-toeing in style.
After the dance routine, the boxer would do three-point steps to return to his corner, and turn around facing his opponent’s corner, then perform “Wai” gesture to conclude the routine.

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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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8. คุมเชิงครู

เป็นท่าร่ายรำเพื่อให้นักมวยระลึกถึงการป้องกันตัวเสมอ ครูมวยโบราณได้กล่าวถึงการก้าวย่างที่รัดกุมไว้อย่างคล้องจองว่า ย่างสามขุม คุมเชิงครู ดูดัสกร ฟ้อนรำเชิงหลังจากการร่ายรำไหว้ครูท่านั่งแล้วลุกขึ้นยืนเป็นท่าเทพนิมิตร เริ่มการร่ายรำด้วยท่าย่างสามขุม เคลื่อนที่ไปรอบๆแล้วอาจจะเปลี่ยนเป็นท่าคุมเชิงครู เพื่อระลึกถึงการป้องกันตัวอยู่เสมอ หมัดทั้งสองกำและยกตั้งให้สูงย่างสามขุมเปลี่ยนทิศทาง สายตามองไปยังคู่ชกการร่ายรำท่า ดูดัสกร คือระหว่างการร่ายรำตาต้องจ้องมองอยู่ที่คู่ต่อสู้ตลอดเวลาที่ขึ้นชก
ย่างสามขุมเปลี่ยนทิศทาง เมื่อก้าวเท้าลง ใช้มือป้องหน้าผากส่ายศรีษะซ้ายขวาแต่สายตายังคงมองไปยังคู่ชกการร่ายรำท่าฟ้อนรำเชิง คือ การชกมวยไทยต้องมีการหยั่งเชิง หลอกล่อให้คู่ต่อสู้หลงทาง เมื่อมีจังหวะจึงเข้าทำ เป็นการสลับยกเท้าเบี่ยงซ้ายขวาไปมา โหย่งตัวอย่างมีเชิงหลังจากการร่ายรำเสร็จทำการย่างสามขุมกลับเข้ามุม หันมาทางมุมคู่ชกยกมือไหว้หนึ่งครั้งเป็นการจบการร่ายรำ

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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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7.Koom Cherng Khru Move

“Koom Cherng Khru Move, Do Duskorn, Forn Ram Cherng” Dance Routine
This dance routine serves as a reminder for boxers to always be on guard. Traditional Muaythai masters have incorporated all movements of this routine into a rhyming phrase as “Yang Sam Khum, Koom Cherng Khru, Do Duskorn, Forn Ram Cherng”

After the seated warm up routine (or Wai Kru) followed by the standing movement of “Thep Nimitr”, the boxer would start the dance routine with “Yang Sam Khum” or three-point steps, moving around in circular form. He may afterwards change to “Koom Cherng Khru” routine to remind himself of the need to constantly guard from an attack by raising both of his fisted hands high up, then change the direction of his three-point steps, eyeing constantly on the opponent.

“Do Dassakorn” Dance Routine
During the dance routine, the eyes must be constantly on the opponent while moving.
With change of direction in the three-point steps, while placing a step on the floor, the arms are raised to protect the forehead with the head turning left and right. The eyes however must remain on the opponent.
“Fon Rum Choeng” Dance Routine
In Muaythai, deceptive moves are often used to trick the opponent to open up his guard. The boxer would attack once such opportunity is available. The moves encompass alternate lifting of the legs, swaying the body left to right, and tip-toeing in style.
After the dance routine, the boxer would do three-point steps to return to his corner, and turn around facing his opponent’s corner, then perform “Wai” gesture to conclude the routine.

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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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7.Koom Cherng Khru Move

“Koom Cherng Khru Move, Do Duskorn, Forn Ram Cherng” Dance Routine
This dance routine serves as a reminder for boxers to always be on guard. Traditional Muaythai masters have incorporated all movements of this routine into a rhyming phrase as “Yang Sam Khum, Koom Cherng Khru, Do Duskorn, Forn Ram Cherng”

After the seated warm up routine (or Wai Kru) followed by the standing movement of “Thep Nimitr”, the boxer would start the dance routine with “Yang Sam Khum” or three-point steps, moving around in circular form. He may afterwards change to “Koom Cherng Khru” routine to remind himself of the need to constantly guard from an attack by raising both of his fisted hands high up, then change the direction of his three-point steps, eyeing constantly on the opponent.

“Do Dassakorn” Dance Routine
During the dance routine, the eyes must be constantly on the opponent while moving.
With change of direction in the three-point steps, while placing a step on the floor, the arms are raised to protect the forehead with the head turning left and right. The eyes however must remain on the opponent.
“Fon Rum Choeng” Dance Routine
In Muaythai, deceptive moves are often used to trick the opponent to open up his guard. The boxer would attack once such opportunity is available. The moves encompass alternate lifting of the legs, swaying the body left to right, and tip-toeing in style.
After the dance routine, the boxer would do three-point steps to return to his corner, and turn around facing his opponent’s corner, then perform “Wai” gesture to conclude the routine.

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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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7.Koom Cherng Khru Move

“Koom Cherng Khru Move, Do Duskorn, Forn Ram Cherng” Dance Routine
This dance routine serves as a reminder for boxers to always be on guard. Traditional Muaythai masters have incorporated all movements of this routine into a rhyming phrase as “Yang Sam Khum, Koom Cherng Khru, Do Duskorn, Forn Ram Cherng”

After the seated warm up routine (or Wai Kru) followed by the standing movement of “Thep Nimitr”, the boxer would start the dance routine with “Yang Sam Khum” or three-point steps, moving around in circular form. He may afterwards change to “Koom Cherng Khru” routine to remind himself of the need to constantly guard from an attack by raising both of his fisted hands high up, then change the direction of his three-point steps, eyeing constantly on the opponent.

“Do Dassakorn” Dance Routine
During the dance routine, the eyes must be constantly on the opponent while moving.
With change of direction in the three-point steps, while placing a step on the floor, the arms are raised to protect the forehead with the head turning left and right. The eyes however must remain on the opponent.
“Fon Rum Choeng” Dance Routine
In Muaythai, deceptive moves are often used to trick the opponent to open up his guard. The boxer would attack once such opportunity is available. The moves encompass alternate lifting of the legs, swaying the body left to right, and tip-toeing in style.
After the dance routine, the boxer would do three-point steps to return to his corner, and turn around facing his opponent’s corner, then perform “Wai” gesture to conclude the routine.

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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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