How To Catch and Counter The Teep

3 Counters To The Muay Thai Teep

The Muay Thai teep is one of the most crucial weapons in the arsenal of any fighter. Besides the fact that it is used to gauge distance, set up combos and drive back your opponent, it can also be used to cause some serious damage to both the body and face.

With that being said, it’s important to know how to counter the Muay Thai teep if you want to avoid getting kicked in the sternum repeatedly by a front kick. There’s nothing worse than trying to start a combo when you get the wind knocked out of you by a solid teep to the stomach.

To counter your opponents teep in your next sparring session or fight, try these 3 counters to the Muay Thai teep taught by WBC champion and instructor at The Wat, Brett Hlavacek:

How To Catch and Counter The Teep

Since the teep is such an effective weapon, it’s important that you drill it over and over and over again.

You can use the teep to frustrate your opponent by disrupting their timing and rhythm OR you can use it to protect yourself against aggressive, wild opponents by jamming a teep in their stomach to give yourself some distance.

Regardless of HOW you use the teep, learning the correct technique and drilling it over and over again will make you a more well-rounded (and dangerous) Nak Muay.

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Now you don’t have to believe me when I tell you about the effectiveness of the teep… you should just believe Buakaw in this Lawrence Kenshin Striking Breakdown:

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