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Post time 26-7-2008 07:34 AM | Show all posts

Tomoi (Muay Thai)

Tomoi tanpa elemen bergaduh

Sukan tomoi atau Muay Thai dianggap seni mempertahankan diri yang dapat membentuk nilai peribadi seorang remaja. Wartawan, NOOR HASLIZA NUSI melaporkan.


SUKAN tomoi kembali mendapat suntikan
semangat baru sekitar lewat tahun 1990-an di Malaysia.



SESUDAH meletakkan mong kong (seutas ikatan tali) di atas kepala, badan dialun mengikut rentak secara perlahan, bersama iringan irama muzik gamelan dan tiupan serunai.

Langkah disembah di setiap penjuru gelanggang mengikut gerak bebas anggota badan, sebagai penghormatan kepada sang guru.

Begitulah senarionya ritual langkah sembah, iaitu adegan yang dilakukan peninju sebelum memulakan sesebuah perlawanan. Ketika itu jugalah, peninju akan memperkenalkan kelab atau perguruan masing-masing kepada pengadil.

Mungkin cerita mengenai sejarah perkembangan sukan tersebut sudah lama disebarkan kepada umum. Namun, hanya sebilangan daripada kita masih tertanya-tanya tentang asal-usul sukan tradisi masyarakat Thailand ini.

Sukan tomoi atau Muay Thai ini merupakan salah satu cabang seni mempertahankan diri yang menggunakan kepantasan anggota badan seperti tangan, siku, kaki dan lutut dalam mencari sasaran untuk menjatuhkan lawan.


ANTARA peralatan sukan tomoi yang diperlukan oleh setiap peninju.


Tempoh perlawanan yang diambil adalah selama lima pusingan. Setiap satu pusingan mengambil masa selama tiga minit dan dua minit untuk berehat.

Sekiranya salah seorang peninju didapati tumbang atau rebah sebelum tamat masa perlawanan, pihak lawannya secara automatik akan diisytiharkan sebagai pemenang.

Berbanding dengan sukan tinju, ia melibatkan satu pergerakan tangan sahaja.

Menurut ketua pengadil, Ahmad Sowhini Harun, seorang pengadil berhak membatalkan perlawanan atau memberi amaran kepada peninju sekiranya didapati peninju tersebut melakukan kesalahan dalam perlawanan.

Antaranya ialah membuat serangan di bahagian alat sulit, belakang kepala hingga ke paras tengkuk dan semasa lawan terjatuh sama ada disebabkan oleh pukulan atau bukan pukulan. Namun peninju boleh menyerang semasa lawan dalam kedudukan melayang sebelum jatuh.

Peninju juga tidak dibenarkan mengangkat dan menghempas lawan ke lantai, tidak dibenarkan menggigit dan mengeluarkan kata-kata kesat kepada pihak lawan.

Sekiranya berlaku dalam perlawanan, peninju akan diberi amaran sebanyak dua kali (mata akan ditolak dan dua mata percuma diberikan kepada pihak lawan).

Manakala apabila peninju didapati melakukan kesalahan untuk kali ketiga, dia boleh disingkirkan daripada perlawanan jika tindakan tersebut disengajakan,
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Post time 6-10-2008 10:01 AM | Show all posts
ada sesape tau kat mane ada sukan ni? Kalo area KL lagi bagus.. huhuhu.. di alu-alukan sesape yang ada info.. my friend tengah cari tempat nk try sukan ni..
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Post time 6-10-2008 10:46 AM | Show all posts
Originally posted by tasyha3 at 6-10-2008 10:01 AM
ada sesape tau kat mane ada sukan ni? Kalo area KL lagi bagus.. huhuhu.. di alu-alukan sesape yang ada info.. my friend tengah cari tempat nk try sukan ni..


Tomoi? tak pasti, tapi kalau kickboxing, try check Jak Othman studio kat PJ dgn Sunway.  http://www.jakickboxing.com/

Ade lagi ke entah..
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 Author| Post time 6-10-2008 10:55 AM | Show all posts

nak tengok Tomoi - Muay Thai -- kena tengok movie  Fury -
best -
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Post time 8-10-2008 08:14 PM | Show all posts
kt area bukit mertajam,penang ada sesape tau x
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 Author| Post time 20-11-2008 06:00 AM | Show all posts
Abbas, Ali juara Tomoi Antarabangsa 2008


ABBAS (kiri) melepaskan tumbukan padu ke atas muka Kudin
pada pertembungan untuk merebut tali pinggang WMC-TM
dalam Kejohanan Tomoi Antarabangsa Kelantan 2008 di Kota
Bharu semalam.



PETINJU Iran, Abbas Ahmadi membuktikan kehebatannya apabila muncul juara sekali gus merangkul tali pinggang World Muay Thai Council (WMC) Asia Telekom Malayisa (TM) pada Kejohanan Tomoi Antarabangsa Kelantan yang berakhir semalam.


Juara World Professional Muay Thai Organization (WPMO) yang mewakili kelab Boxx Warriors itu telah menewaskan pencabarnya, Kudin Raja Jerung dari Tumpat, Kelantan bagi kategori 67.5 kilogram.

Abbas menang dengan kiraan mata pada pertarungan lima pusingan itu yang disaksikan kira-kira 3,000 penonton di gelanggang Dewan Jubli Perak di Kota Bharu.

Walaupun dijangka memenangi perlawanan itu, dia telah dipaksa bekerja keras sebelum berjaya menundukkan Kudin yang juga pemegang ranking kedua tomoi Kelantan.

Sementara itu pada perlawanan malam sebelumnya, juara terbuka Kelantan, Ali Yaakob yang juga mewakili kelab yang sama telah pun merangkul tali pinggang TM-WMC bagi merebut Piala Tengku Mahkota.

Ali yang sebelum ini telah memenangi 41 kejuaraan dalam pelbagai kejohanan yang disertainya, menewaskan juara amatur dari Slovakia, Maros Pacan bagi kategori 57.5 kilogram melalui kiraan mata.

Sementara itu, Ketua Eksekutif Boxx Warriors berkata kejohanan yang diadakan buat kali pertama di negeri Kelantan itu turut mendapat kerjasama beberapa pihak termasuk Boxxevent, Persatuan Boksing Negeri Kelantan dan kerajaan negeri serta menampilkan 24 petinju bertaraf dunia.

Antaranya ialah petinju dari Perancis, Rusia, Afghanistan, Iran, Thailand, Switzerland dan Amerika Syarikat selain petninju ternama Kelantan dan petinju kelab Boxx Warriors.

Katanya, ini merupakan satu langkah positif bagi mendedahkan kehebatan peserta daripada pelbagai negara sekali gus menyemarakkan lagi suasana sukan kegemaran penduduk di negeri Kelantan yang dikenali sebagai 'boksing'.

Hadiah kepada pemenang disampaikan oleh Tengku Mahkota Kelantan, Tengku Muhammad Faris Petra yang turut menyaksikan kejohanan aksi lasak itu.


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ingat kan thai yang akan menang rupanya iranian.. tapi iranian memang kuat orang2nya
berani kebanyakkannya.. - teringat bapa agassi - dia tu wakil iran untuk boxing masa olympic dulu -
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Post time 20-11-2008 12:42 PM | Show all posts
CAKAP TAK SERUPA BIKIN...

BLAH LA LU......


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Post time 20-11-2008 01:14 PM | Show all posts
ooopsssss thread ni ade dua....

gile ahhhh.....  kompom thread ni kene

buang sbb nak bagi laluan kat thread kuase2 nato

hahahhahahah...
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Post time 20-11-2008 01:15 PM | Show all posts
aku nak copy paste info kat sini boleh tak...

muhahahhhaha
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Post time 20-11-2008 01:16 PM | Show all posts
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Post time 20-11-2008 01:17 PM | Show all posts
Muay Thai (IPA: /muɑɪ.tʰɑɪ/, pronounced [muāitʰāi]; Thai: มวยไทย, lit. Thai Boxing) is a form of hard martial art practiced in large parts of the world, including Thailand and other Southeast Asian countries. The art is similar to others in Southeast Asia such as: pradal serey in Cambodia, lethwei in Myanmar, tomoi in Malaysia, and Lao boxing in Laos. Muay Thai has a long history in Thailand and is the country's national sport. Traditional Muay Thai practiced today varies significantly from the ancient art muay boran and uses kicks and punches in a ring with gloves similar to those used in Western boxing.

Muay Thai is referred to as "The Art of the Eight Limbs", as the hands, shins, elbows, and knees are all used extensively in this art. A practitioner of Muay Thai ("nak muay") thus has the ability to execute strikes using eight "points of contact," as opposed to "two points" (fists) in Western boxing and "four points" (fists, feet) used in the primarily sport-oriented forms of martial arts.
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Post time 20-11-2008 01:17 PM | Show all posts
Royal Muay

Muay gradually became a possible means of personal advancement as the nobility increasingly esteemed skillful practitioners of the art and invited selected fighters to come to live in the Royal palace to teach muay to the staff of the royal household, soldiers, princes or the king's personal guards.[citation needed] This "royal muay" was called muay luang (มวยหลวง).

Some time during the Ayutthaya Period, a platoon of royal guards was established, whose duty was to protect king and the country. They were known as Grom Nak Muay (Muay Fighters' Regiment). This royal patronage of muay continued through the reigns of Rama V and VII.
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Post time 20-11-2008 01:17 PM | Show all posts
Muay Renaissance

The ascension of King Chulalongkorn (Rama V) to the throne in 1868 ushered in a Golden Age not only for muay but for the whole country of Thailand. Muay progressed greatly during the reign of Rama V as a direct result of the king's personal interest in the art. The country was at peace and muay functioned as a means of physical exercise, self-defense, recreation, and personal advancement. Masters of the art such as former fighters or soldiers began teaching muay in training camps where students were provided with food and shelter. Trainees would be treated as one family and it was customary for students to adopt the camp's name as their own surname.

After the occurrence of a death in the ring, King Rama the VII pushed for codified rules for Muay Thai, and they were put into place. These included the rules that the fighters should wear modern gloves and cotton coverlets over the feet and ankles. It was also around this time in the 1920s that the term Muay Thai became commonly used while the older form of the style was referred to as Muay Boran.
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Post time 20-11-2008 01:18 PM | Show all posts
Muay Thai techniques

In its original form, Muay Thai consisted of an arsenal of nine weapons - the head, fists, elbows, knees and feet - known collectively as na-wa arwud. However in modern Muay Thai, both amateur and professional, headbutting an opponent is no longer allowed.

To strike and bind the opponent for both offensive and defensive purposes, small amounts of stand-up grappling are used: the clinch. Formal Muay Thai techniques are divided into two groups: Mae Mai or major techniques and Luk Mai or minor techniques. Muay Thai is often a fighting art of attrition, where opponents exchange blows with one another. This is certainly the case with traditional stylists in Thailand, but is a less popular form of fighting in the contemporary world fighting circuit. With the success of Muay Thai in mixed martial arts fighting, it has become the de facto martial art of choice for competitive stand-up fighters. As a result, it has evolved and incorporated much more powerful hand striking techniques used in western style boxing and the Thai style of exchanging blow for blow is no longer favorable. Note: when Muay Thai fighters compete against fighters of other styles (and if the rules permit it), they almost invariably emphasize elbow (sok) and knee (kao) techniques to gain a distinct advantage in fighting. Almost all techniques in Muay Thai use the entire body movement, rotating the hip with each kick, punch, and block. The rotation of the hips in Muay Thai techniques, and intensive focus on "core muscles" (such as abdominal muscles and surrounding muscles) is very distinctive and is what sets Muay Thai apart from other styles of martial arts.
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Post time 20-11-2008 01:18 PM | Show all posts
ni aku tepek info berguna tuk kawan2...

sape2 pun boleh tepek berita..

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Post time 20-11-2008 01:19 PM | Show all posts
sape yg tak tau pasal tomoi

boleh la bace info ni sampai lebam

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Post time 20-11-2008 01:19 PM | Show all posts
Ritual Dance of Homage (Wai Khru Ram Muay)
"The Kneeling Sequence" Wai khru ram muay.
"The Standing Sequence" Wai khru ram muay.

Wai Khru Muay Thai is a tradition which goes back to ancient times, it is not an optional ritual or reserved for special occasions: the official Muay Thai regulations[1] specify that both fighters must perform the Wai Khru Ram Muay before each and every bout. It's a tradition in which fighters pay respect to their teachers, parents and things they hold sacred and pray for their safety and victory. The ritual has been developed in different ways, in different regions, even under different teachers and therefore it is theoretically impossible for two fighters to perform identical Wai Khru.

The Wai Khru is graceful and aesthetic ritual, both practical and spiritual. In a practical sense, it functions as a final pre-fight warm-up and gives the fighter some time alone before the fight to collect his thoughts. It can be divided into three main sections:

    * The Royal Homage Sequence

This was originally intended to show devotion to the King, going back to the days when fighters were selected to display their skills in front of him. It has three subsections: Prostration, Outstretched Arms and Act of Homage.

    * The Kneeling Sequence

This section is performed in a kneeling posture, one knee on the ground and the other leg out in front. the fighter pivots around on the spot to repeat the same sequence facing all four sides of the ring, a tradition which comes from Krabi Krabong.

    * The Standing Sequence

In this section, the fighters go out from the center of the ring in one direction, to perform the Dramatic Interlude. Some fighters imitate the motions of "Rama Shooting an Arrow" from the Ramakien, a hunter, a soldier, or an executioner. Some fighters use this ritual to attempt to scare their opponents, commonly by stomping around them. But in a deeper sense, the fighter is expressing religious devotion, humility, and gratitude. Transcending both physical and temporal limitations, he opens himself to the divine presence and allows it to infuse his heart.[3]
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Conditioning
A fighter doing some heavy bag work in a training camp in Thailand.

Like most competitive full contact fighting sports, Muay Thai has a heavy focus on body conditioning. Muay Thai is specifically designed to promote the level of fitness and toughness required for ring competition. Training regimens include many staples of combat sport conditioning such as running, shadowboxing, rope jumping, body weight resistance exercises, medicine ball exercises, abdominal exercises, and in some cases weight training. Muay Thai practitioners typically apply Namman Muay liberally before and after their intense training sessions.

Training that is specific to a Muay Thai fighter includes training with coaches on Thai pads, focus mitts, heavy bag, and sparring. The daily training includes many rounds (3-5 minute periods broken up by a short rest, often 1-2 minutes) of these various methods of practice. Thai pad training is a cornerstone of Muay Thai conditioning which involves practicing punches, kicks, knees, and elbow strikes with a trainer wearing thick pads which cover the forearms and hands. These special pads are used to absorb the impact of the fighters strikes and allow the fighter to react to the attacks of the pad holder. The trainer will often also wear a belly pad around the abdominal area so that the fighter can attack with straight kicks or knees to the body at anytime during the round.

Focus mitts are specific to training a fighters hand speed, punch combinations, timing, punching power, defense, and counter-punching and may also be used to practice elbow strikes. Heavy bag training is a conditioning and power exercise that reinforces the techniques practiced on the pads. Sparring is a means to test technique, skills, range, strategy, and timing against a partner. Sparring is often a light to medium contact exercise because competitive fighters on a full schedule are not advised to risk injury by sparring hard. Specific tactics and strategies can be trained with sparring including in close fighting, clinching and kneeing only, cutting off the ring, or using reach and distance to keep an aggressive fighter away.

Due to the rigorous fighting and training regimen (some Thai boxers fight almost every other week) professional Muay Thai fighters have relatively short careers in the ring. Many retire from competition to begin instructing the next generation of Thai fighters. It is a common myth that Thai boxing causes arthritis, this is not true and is in no way more damaging to the body than other sports such as karate or even running. Most professional Thai boxers come from the lower economic backgrounds and the fight money (after the other parties get their cut) is sought as means of support for the fighters and their families. Very few higher economic strata Thais join the professional Muay Thai ranks; they usually either don't practice the sport or practice it only as amateur Muay Thai boxers.
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Post time 20-11-2008 01:21 PM | Show all posts
Rules

Muay Thai is practiced in many different countries. There are different rules depending on what country the fight is in and under what organization the fight is arranged. These rules, however, are gathered from the rules section of the World Muay Thai Council's web site. This is not the complete rulebook, but it contains a selection of the most important or most interesting rules.

[edit] Weight divisions
Category         Weight (up to)
Super Heavyweight         209 lb+ (95 kg+)
Heavyweight         190 lb+ (86 kg+)
Cruiserweight         190 lb (86 kg)
Light Heavyweight         175 lb (79 kg)
Super Middleweight         168 lb (76 kg)
Middleweight         160 lb (73 kg)
Junior Middleweight         154 lb (70 kg)
Welterweight         147 lb (67 kg)
Junior Welterweight         140 lb (64 kg)
Lightweight         135 lb (61 kg)
Junior Lightweight         130 lb (59 kg)
Featherweight         126 lb (57 kg)
Junior Featherweight         122 lb (55 kg)
Bantamweight         118 lb (54 kg)
Junior Bantamweight         115 lb (52 kg)
Flyweight         112 lb (51 kg)
Junior Flyweight         108 lb (49 kg)
Mini Flyweight         105 lb (48 kg)

According to rule 8, section 2, the minimum weight to compete is 100 pounds (45 kg).
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