The traditional martial arts of the Indochinese peninsula are related to one another, and as a group to Indian martial arts. The most salient common feature is Indochinese kickboxing. * Siamese boxing Muay Boran (Ancient Boxing) – created by Siamese (Thai) to use in conjunction with the art of dual swords (daab song mue) and Krabi Krabong, predecessor of Muay Thai, allows the use of headbutts. * Thai boxing or Muay Thai – the Thai style of striking with strong emphasis on kicks, punches, knee and elbow strikes. * Burmese Lethwei – Traditional kickboxing from Myanmar emphasising knees, elbow strikes, headbutts, punches, and kicks. * Burmese Arakan - Ancient martial art from Rakhine region of Myanmar. * Laotian Muay Lao – Lao kickboxing * Malay Tomoi – kickboxing style from northern M

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  • Thaing (absoluter Kampf) ist der Begriff, der die Kampfkünste des alten Birma zusammenfasst. Dazu gehören u. a. * Bando (Birmanische Selbstverteidigung): Komplettes Kampfsystem mit (Schlägen, Tritten, Griffen, Würfen usw.) * Banshay (Birmanische Waffenkünste) * Lethwei (Birmanisches Boxen) * Naban (Birmanisches Ringen) Thaing ist damit das Pendant zum japanischen Budo, dem koreanischen Mudo, dem chinesischen Wushu und den Filipino Martial Arts.cs:Barmský boxen:Thaing (de)
  • Les arts martiaux birmans sont aussi surnommés thaing (birman သိုင်း), un terme générique datant du IIIe siècle, qui signifie self-défense et désigne aujourd'hui l'ensemble des pratiques de combat issues de la Birmanie (République de l'Union du Myanmar). Prononciation [θaiɴ] (« th » avec la langue entre les dents comme le « th » de l’anglais thing, « ai » comme en français « ail », « ng » presque comme dans « parking ». Ils sont le fruit d'une longue évolution historique, dont les origines dateraient de plus de 4500 ans. Ils descendent, d’une part, des techniques guerrières, prises dans leur vocation primitive sur le champ de bataille et dont on a retenu les règles et les principes d’entraînement, et d'autre part de la réflexion de moines dans le besoin de se défendre et de s’entretenir physiquement, méthodes utilitaires devenant peu à peu des arts martiaux rituels. (fr)
  • Бандо (бирм. ဗန်တို) — бирманское боевое искусство, основанное в XI—XII веках в буддийских монастырях в период династии Паган. (ru)
  • As artes marciais indochinesas estão relacionadas umas com as outras e com as artes marciais chinesas e as indianas. A sua característica mais eminente é o kickboxing indochinês. Assim, bastante próximos contudo divergentes ao pormenor, estes estilos de combate tiveram uma influência comum o que permitiu tal semelhança de combate e técnica. * Muay thai ou boxe tailandês – Estilo moderno da arte marcial tailandêsa com forte predominância da utilização de técnicas com cotovelos e joelhos. * Pradal Serei – Possível antecessor do muay thai, este estilo pertence ao Camboja. * Lethwei – Uma arte marcial tradicional da Birmânia. * Muay lao – Estilo proveniente de Laos. * Tomoi –Estilo do norte da Malásia, descendente do muay boran. * Muay Boran – Predecessor direto do muay thai, permite a utilização de cabeçadas, arremessos ao chão, clinch e obviamente o uso de cotoveladas e joelhadas. (pt)
  • The traditional martial arts of the Indochinese peninsula are related to one another, and as a group to Indian martial arts. The most salient common feature is Indochinese kickboxing. * Siamese boxing Muay Boran (Ancient Boxing) – created by Siamese (Thai) to use in conjunction with the art of dual swords (daab song mue) and Krabi Krabong, predecessor of Muay Thai, allows the use of headbutts. * Thai boxing or Muay Thai – the Thai style of striking with strong emphasis on kicks, punches, knee and elbow strikes. * Burmese Lethwei – Traditional kickboxing from Myanmar emphasising knees, elbow strikes, headbutts, punches, and kicks. * Burmese Arakan - Ancient martial art from Rakhine region of Myanmar. * Laotian Muay Lao – Lao kickboxing * Malay Tomoi – kickboxing style from northern Malaysia, descended from Siamese boxing or muay boran. * Khmer Pradal Serey – with an emphasis on elbow techniques. (en)
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  • Thaing (absoluter Kampf) ist der Begriff, der die Kampfkünste des alten Birma zusammenfasst. Dazu gehören u. a. * Bando (Birmanische Selbstverteidigung): Komplettes Kampfsystem mit (Schlägen, Tritten, Griffen, Würfen usw.) * Banshay (Birmanische Waffenkünste) * Lethwei (Birmanisches Boxen) * Naban (Birmanisches Ringen) Thaing ist damit das Pendant zum japanischen Budo, dem koreanischen Mudo, dem chinesischen Wushu und den Filipino Martial Arts.cs:Barmský boxen:Thaing (de)
  • Бандо (бирм. ဗန်တို) — бирманское боевое искусство, основанное в XI—XII веках в буддийских монастырях в период династии Паган. (ru)
  • Les arts martiaux birmans sont aussi surnommés thaing (birman သိုင်း), un terme générique datant du IIIe siècle, qui signifie self-défense et désigne aujourd'hui l'ensemble des pratiques de combat issues de la Birmanie (République de l'Union du Myanmar). Prononciation [θaiɴ] (« th » avec la langue entre les dents comme le « th » de l’anglais thing, « ai » comme en français « ail », « ng » presque comme dans « parking ». (fr)
  • As artes marciais indochinesas estão relacionadas umas com as outras e com as artes marciais chinesas e as indianas. A sua característica mais eminente é o kickboxing indochinês. Assim, bastante próximos contudo divergentes ao pormenor, estes estilos de combate tiveram uma influência comum o que permitiu tal semelhança de combate e técnica. (pt)
  • The traditional martial arts of the Indochinese peninsula are related to one another, and as a group to Indian martial arts. The most salient common feature is Indochinese kickboxing. * Siamese boxing Muay Boran (Ancient Boxing) – created by Siamese (Thai) to use in conjunction with the art of dual swords (daab song mue) and Krabi Krabong, predecessor of Muay Thai, allows the use of headbutts. * Thai boxing or Muay Thai – the Thai style of striking with strong emphasis on kicks, punches, knee and elbow strikes. * Burmese Lethwei – Traditional kickboxing from Myanmar emphasising knees, elbow strikes, headbutts, punches, and kicks. * Burmese Arakan - Ancient martial art from Rakhine region of Myanmar. * Laotian Muay Lao – Lao kickboxing * Malay Tomoi – kickboxing style from northern M (en)
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  • Thaing (de)
  • Arts martiaux birmans (fr)
  • Бандо (боевое искусство) (ru)
  • Artes marciais indochinesas (pt)
  • Indochinese martial arts (en)
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