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7. Sok Thong

Sok Thong /Elbow Nudge

There are both front and back of elbow nudges that are used when the opponent is behind you or is around your body to the shoulder area. Direction of the elbow will move from the front of you to the target in the back of you. If it’s an elbow nudge towards to the front, then it is common to use front elbow to nudge downwards by lifting the elbow high up and spreading the angle of the armpit as wide as you can and keeping the nudge downwards by using the armpit as the spinning base of the Pla Mor Tack Ngaung.
It is the elbow move that spreads both elbows away from the body and uses the corner of the elbows to hit the target such as the chin, face, head or the ribs. It is used when the opponent is approaching without awareness or it can also be used as a good defensive technique, or you can attack the opponent when they slip or loos balance. However, it is not commonly used today because if you’re not precise in your strikes, it can leave an opening for the opponent to counter attack.

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Khan05-022. Sok Tat
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Khan05-033. Sok Ngat
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Khan05-044. Sok Pung
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Khan05-055. Sok Gratung
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Khan05-066. Sok Klap
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Khan05-077. Sok Thong
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Khan05-088. Sok Pla Mhor Thag Nghueg
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Khan05-099. Sok Kuu
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Khan05-1010. Sok Cheang
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Khan05-1111. Sok Ched
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Khan05-1212. Sok Chiang
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Khan05-1313. Thoy Sud Ra Ya
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Khan05-1414. Yok Lhop
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Khan05-1515. Pa Ta Duay Thon Khane
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Khan05-1616. Khod Pra Chid Tua
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7. ศอกถอง

ศอกถอง /Elbow Nudge

มีทั้งการถองหน้าและถองหลัง ในจังหวะที่คู่ชกอยู่ด้านหลังระหว่างมุมของลำตัวกับแนวไม่สูงระหว่างระดับไหล่ ทิศทางของศอกจะออกจากด้านหน้าเลยผ่านไปยังจุดหมายที่อยู่ด้านหลัง
หรือหากเป็นศอกถองด้านหน้าก็จะนิยมใช้ศอกหน้าในการถองลงไปโดยยกศอกกว้างให้มุมรักแร้กว้างที่สุดแล้วกระตุกลงข้างล่างใช้รักแร้เป็นจุดหมุน

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Khan05-011. ศอกตี
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Khan05-022. ศอกตัด
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Khan05-033. ศอกงัด
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Khan05-044. ศอกพุ่ง
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Khan05-055. ศอกกระทุ้ง
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Khan05-066. ศอกกลับ
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Khan05-077. ศอกถอง
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Khan05-088. ศอกปลาหมอแถกเหงือก
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Khan05-1010. ศอกเฉือน
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Khan05-1111. ศอกเช็ด
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Khan05-1515. ปะทะด้วยท่อนแขน
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Khan05-1616. กอดประชิดตัว
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7. Sok Thong

Sok Thong /Elbow Nudge

There are both front and back of elbow nudges that are used when the opponent is behind you or is around your body to the shoulder area. Direction of the elbow will move from the front of you to the target in the back of you. If it’s an elbow nudge towards to the front, then it is common to use front elbow to nudge downwards by lifting the elbow high up and spreading the angle of the armpit as wide as you can and keeping the nudge downwards by using the armpit as the spinning base of the Pla Mor Tack Ngaung.
It is the elbow move that spreads both elbows away from the body and uses the corner of the elbows to hit the target such as the chin, face, head or the ribs. It is used when the opponent is approaching without awareness or it can also be used as a good defensive technique, or you can attack the opponent when they slip or loos balance. However, it is not commonly used today because if you’re not precise in your strikes, it can leave an opening for the opponent to counter attack.

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Khan05-011. Sok Tee
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Khan05-022. Sok Tat
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Khan05-033. Sok Ngat
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Khan05-044. Sok Pung
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Khan05-055. Sok Gratung
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Khan05-066. Sok Klap
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Khan05-077. Sok Thong
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Khan05-088. Sok Pla Mhor Thag Nghueg
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Khan05-099. Sok Kuu
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Khan05-1010. Sok Cheang
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Khan05-1111. Sok Ched
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Khan05-1212. Sok Chiang
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Khan05-1313. Thoy Sud Ra Ya
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Khan05-1414. Yok Lhop
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Khan05-1515. Pa Ta Duay Thon Khane
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Khan05-1616. Khod Pra Chid Tua
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7. Sok Thong

Sok Thong /Elbow Nudge

There are both front and back of elbow nudges that are used when the opponent is behind you or is around your body to the shoulder area. Direction of the elbow will move from the front of you to the target in the back of you. If it’s an elbow nudge towards to the front, then it is common to use front elbow to nudge downwards by lifting the elbow high up and spreading the angle of the armpit as wide as you can and keeping the nudge downwards by using the armpit as the spinning base of the Pla Mor Tack Ngaung.
It is the elbow move that spreads both elbows away from the body and uses the corner of the elbows to hit the target such as the chin, face, head or the ribs. It is used when the opponent is approaching without awareness or it can also be used as a good defensive technique, or you can attack the opponent when they slip or loos balance. However, it is not commonly used today because if you’re not precise in your strikes, it can leave an opening for the opponent to counter attack.

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Khan05-011. Sok Tee
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Khan05-022. Sok Tat
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Khan05-033. Sok Ngat
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Khan05-044. Sok Pung
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Khan05-055. Sok Gratung
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Khan05-066. Sok Klap
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Khan05-077. Sok Thong
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Khan05-088. Sok Pla Mhor Thag Nghueg
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Khan05-099. Sok Kuu
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Khan05-1010. Sok Cheang
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Khan05-1111. Sok Ched
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Khan05-1212. Sok Chiang
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Khan05-1313. Thoy Sud Ra Ya
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Khan05-1414. Yok Lhop
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Khan05-1515. Pa Ta Duay Thon Khane
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Khan05-1616. Khod Pra Chid Tua
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7. Sok Thong

Sok Thong /Elbow Nudge

There are both front and back of elbow nudges that are used when the opponent is behind you or is around your body to the shoulder area. Direction of the elbow will move from the front of you to the target in the back of you. If it’s an elbow nudge towards to the front, then it is common to use front elbow to nudge downwards by lifting the elbow high up and spreading the angle of the armpit as wide as you can and keeping the nudge downwards by using the armpit as the spinning base of the Pla Mor Tack Ngaung.
It is the elbow move that spreads both elbows away from the body and uses the corner of the elbows to hit the target such as the chin, face, head or the ribs. It is used when the opponent is approaching without awareness or it can also be used as a good defensive technique, or you can attack the opponent when they slip or loos balance. However, it is not commonly used today because if you’re not precise in your strikes, it can leave an opening for the opponent to counter attack.

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Khan05-011. Sok Tee
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Khan05-022. Sok Tat
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Khan05-033. Sok Ngat
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Khan05-044. Sok Pung
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Khan05-055. Sok Gratung
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Khan05-066. Sok Klap
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Khan05-077. Sok Thong
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Khan05-088. Sok Pla Mhor Thag Nghueg
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Khan05-099. Sok Kuu
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Khan05-1010. Sok Cheang
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Khan05-1111. Sok Ched
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Khan05-1212. Sok Chiang
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Khan05-1313. Thoy Sud Ra Ya
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Khan05-1414. Yok Lhop
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Khan05-1515. Pa Ta Duay Thon Khane
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Khan05-1616. Khod Pra Chid Tua
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