Enigmatic striker Jean-Charles Skarbowsky shares some of his most closely guarded striking secrets, including the three lessons that changed his striking style forever!
- Use strategy and advice for winning on a level beyond technique, like how to save energy, vary attacks, where to look, and more.
- Build a strong defense that they can’t break with lessons on blocking, switching, the guard, and more.
- Learn from the French striking coach that martial artists like Georges St. Pierre and John Danaher trust to instruct their athletes.
- Get direct advice on how to train and fight in the ring and how to live a muay thai lifestyle with lessons in respect and mastery.
Master Muay Thai’s Most Advanced Concepts With French Striking Sensation Jean-Charles Skarbowsky’s Guide To Super Effective Attacks, Counters, Strategies, And More!
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What Will You Learn?
Study the most elite and battle-tested concepts for muay thai strikers with Jean-Charles Skarbowsky’s four-part series on the trickiest tactics you can really use to win a fight. With lessons in defense, clinching, leg grabbing, fight strategy, and more, this is packed with advice you can’t get from anyone else.
In his career, Jean-Charles was known as a devastating counter fighter and one of the most unusual but effective clinch fighters in history (especially his grabs and his work from the palm). As a pioneering French striker in traditional Thailand and Eastern leagues, he mastered his craft with incredible performances on some of Muay Thai’s biggest stages. Now, you can learn some of what helped make him elite on this 4-part series.
Jean Charles shares with you not just his techniques, but lessons on a conceptual and strategic level that break down the way he fights and what you can use for rapid improvement, including the three lessons that forever changed his fighting style.
With offensive punches, kicks, feints, sweeps, and more, you can develop a dynamic arsenal of attacks, including training tips on how to best combine them for maximum effect. Jean-Charles also explains his unique muay pam, his leg grabs, and the distance and footwork you can use to keep opponents guessing in unorthodox ways.