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By KHAN COMMISSION Approved on May 2010

The Khan Commission Khan Commission Members: 1. Pa Ra Ma Jarn Seub Chullakauwsolya / 15th Khan Thailand 2. Hon Pa Ra Ma Jarn Dr. Sackhye Tapsuwan 15th Khan Thailand 3. Kru Yai Amnuay Kesbamroong / 14th Khan, - Thailand 4. Kru Yai Surat Seangloh / 14th Khan Thailand 5. Kru Yai Leucha Subanphong / 14th Khan Thailand 6. Kru Yai Col. Amnat / 14th Khan Thailand 7. Kru Yai Detlef Turnau / 14th Khan Germany 8. Kru Yai Rafal Szlachta / 14th Khan Poland 9. Kru Yai Stephan Fox / 14th Khan - Australia 10. Gilbert Cleveringa / Member Netherlands Recognised Kru Yai and Kru: 1. Kru Yai Mike Miles / 14th Khan - Canada 2. Kru Jacques Mairesse - France 3. Kru Emilio Becker Spain 4. Kru Hamdollah Ebadati Iran


Regulations for Enrolment

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Male or Female of any age Must not be a carrier of any infectious disease Must not have a criminal record Must agree to abide by the Rules of the WMC and/or IFMA

Orders of Khan, Khan Identification, and Qualifying Periods Khan Level Mongkon/Prajead Indentification Qualifying Period 3 months 1st Khan White 2nd Khan White/Yellow 3 months Yellow 3rd Khan 3 months 4th Khan White/Green 4 months 5th Khan Green 4 months 6th Khan White/Blue 4 months 7th Khan Blue 5 months 8th Khan White/Red 5 months 9th Khan Red 5 months 10th Khan White/Black 6 months 11th Khan Kru Fuek Sorn Silver 6 months 12th Khan Kru Puchuay Silver 6 months 13th Khan Kru Silver/Gold 6 months 14th Khan Kru Yai Gold 15th Khan Pa Ra Ma Jarn Gold -

1. Mongkons and Prajeads will be awarded according to the above table 2. 10th Level Khan Holders are authorised to teach and oversee examinations for Khan 1 - 9 3. Khan 10-12 must be awarded by an examiner with the expressed approval of IFMA Khan Commission 4. Khan 13-14 must be awarded by the Khan Commission and must be officially awarded in B angkok

Rules for Awarding Khan Levels

Khan Muaythai Curriculum

Course Description

o A brief study of the history and culture of Muaythai o The basic skills and techniques of stance and movements- punching, kicking, elbowing, kneeing, vital points of the body o Mae mai, Luk mai, Wai Kru o Training for health and well - being , fitness, self defence o Rules and Regulations for International Competition o Basic Nuad Phaen Thai (Thai Massage) o Fundamentals of Muaythai Boran and Professional Muaythai o The structure of Muaythai in school competition o Methods of Teaching o Teaching Techniques o Evaluation Methods o Programme of Training for Competition

Course Outline
1 st Khan

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Introduction to muaythai Warming up in muaythai Stance/Movement 1. Jod Muay (Muaythai Stance) 2. Khum Chung (Maintaining & Controlling the stance) 3. Seup Rug (Step-Slide Shuffle Forward), Seup Thoy (...Backward) 4. Yang Rug (Walk Forward), Yang Thoy (...Backward) 5. Yam Sam Kum (The Muay Shuffle)== 6. Lom Luk (Falling down, getting up) - Forwards - Sidewards - Backwards Jomtee Ponkan Tobtoh (Attack - Defence - Counter-attack) 1. Mhad Nah (Lead Fist) 2. Teep Trong (Straight Foot Thrust) 3. The Chiang (Diagonal Kick) 4. Sok Tee (Elbow Slash) 5. Khaow Trong (Straight Knee Kick)

o Block Techniques 1. Khaow Bang Nok (Inside knee block) 2. Khaow Bang Nai (Outside knee block) o Pongkan Tua (Defence) 1. Grasp reverse 2. Grasp wrist



o Revision of 1st Khan o Lom Lug (Falling down, getting up) - Forwards - Backwards - Sidewards o Jomtee Ponkan Tobtoh (Attack - Defence - Counter-attack) 1. Mhad Tawad (Double punch) 2. Mhad Ngad (Upper cut) 3. Teep Kang (Sideways Foot-thrust) 4. Teh Trong (Straight Kick_) 5. Tee Khaow (Knee-Kick) 6. Sok Tad (Horizontal Elbow) o Pongkan Tua (Defence) 1. Clinch hip front 2. Clinch hip back 3. Choke collar o Wai Kru - Basic Wai Kru


Khan o Revision of 1st and 2nd Khan o Plam (grapple) 1. Kod Rad (Clinch) 2. Chab Koah Wiang (Clinch and throw) 3. Chab Koah Tee Khaow (Clinch and Knee) 4. Rad Ewh Tee Khaow (Hold at waist and knee) o Jomtee Pongkan - Tobtoh (Attack - Defence - Counter-attack) 1. Mhad Nah (Lead Fist) 2. Mhad Suey (UUupper cut_) 3. The Tawad Glab (Sweeping double kick) 4. Sok Ngad (Uuppercut elbow) 5. Sok Kratung (Reverse horizontal elbow_) 6. Khaow Noi (Little knee) 7. Khaow Tad (Horizontal knee-kick) o Pongkan Tua (Defence) - Tad Mala (Guard with fists on ears) - Choke neck sidewards - Choke neck front

4th Khan o Revision of 1st 3rd Khan o Jomtee Pongkan (Attack - Defence) 1. Mhad Wiang Glab (Spinning back fist) 2. Mhad Glab (Counter punch) 3. Teep Glab Lang (Reverse foot-thrust) 4. Chorakeh Fad Hang (Spinning Heel-Kick or Crocodle Tail Thrash) 5. Sok Chiang (Diagonal elbow) 6. Sok Pung (Foward elbow thrust) 7. Khaow Kong (Curling knee-kick) 8. Khaow La (raising knee up and forward) o Plam (grapple) 1. Chab Koah Tee Sok (Clinch and elbow) 2. Chab Koah Khaow (Clinch and knee) o Pongkan Tua (Defence) 1. Lock arm sidewards 2. Lock arm front o Loh Paow (Pad work) 1. Mhad Pahsom (Punch Combinations) 2. Khaow Pahsom (Knee Combinations)

5th Khan o Revision of 1st 4th Khan o Jomtee Pongkan (Attack - Defence) 1. Sok Glab (Spinning elbow) 2. Sok Trong (Straight elbow) 3. Khaow Loy (Flying knee-kick) 4. Thane Kward Larn (Bending down to kick opponent's supporting leg while opponent is attempting to kick) 5. Kra Dode Teh (Jump kick) 6. The Chiang (Diagonal Kick) o Pahsom (Combination) 1. Mhad (Punch) 2. Taow (Feet) 3. Khaow (Knee) 4. Sok (Elbow) 5. Chab Koaw Tee Khaow (Catch opponent knee and execute knee) 6. Chab Ewh Tee Khaow (Clinch at opponent waits and execute knee) 7. Plam Tee Sok (Grapple and elbow) o Som Kooh-- -~>:Sparring) 1. The/Teep (Kick/Foot-thrust) 2. Mhad (Punch) 3. Chap Kaow (Catch knee) o Pongkan Tua (Defence) 1. 2 against knife 2. 2 against stick


Khan o Revision of 1st 5th Khan o Jomtee Pongkan - Tobtoh (Attack - Defence - Counter-attack) 1. Morn Yan Lak (Foot thrust to opponent's chest/abdominal) 2. Bata Lup Pak (Foot thrust to opponent's face) 3. Dab Chavala (Right punch to opponent's eye) o Tobtoh (V : Counter- -attack 1. Ting (Throw) 2. Teep Nahkar (Foot=-thrust to shin) 3. Teep Trong (Straight foot-thrust) 4. Teh Chiang (Diagonal Kick) 5. Mhad Trong (Straight Punch) 6. Mhad Taward (Double punch) 7. Khaow Trong (Straight Knee) 8. Khaow Tad (Horizontal Knee-Kick) 9. Sok Tee (Elbow slash) 10. Sok Glab (Spinning elbow) o Som Kooh : Sparring - 2 x 3 minutes with different partners o Loh Paow (Pad work) 1. With hand mitts 2. With Kick pads 3. With Belly Protector o Plam (grapple) 1. Chab Kaow Teh Khaow (Catch knee, kick, knee) 2. Chab Ewh Tee Khaow (Catch waist, knee) 3. Plam Teh Sok (Grapple, kick, elbow)


Khan o Revision of 1st 6th Khan o Tobtoh 1. Mhad (Punch) 2. Sok (Elbow) 3. Khao (Knee) 4. Teep/Teh (Foot-thrust/Kick)

o Lom Luk 1. Obstacle 2. Falling down during Chap Kaow 3. Falling down by being thrown o Nuad Phaen Thai (Thai Masage) - Basic Course 1

o Accomplishment of techniques / demonstration of mistaken techniques with a partner 1. 2 techniques of Mhad 2. 2 techniques of Teep / Teh o Som Kooh - Sparring with different partners - Offence - Defence


Khan o Revision of 1st 7th Khan - Fundamentals of movements of a referee and judge - Introduction: National Amateur Muaythai Association - Introduction: WMC and IFMA o Proper Training Schedule - Muaythai training for children and youth o History and Culture of Muaythai

o Loh Paow (Pad work) 1. Mhad Pahsom (Punch Combinations) 2. Khao, Teh, Teep, Pahsom (Knee, kick, foot-thrust combination) o Pongkan Tua (Defence) 1. 10 different techniques against attacks 2. 5 different techniques against armed attacks

o Accomplishment of techniques / demonstration of mistaken techniques with a partner 1. 2 techniques of Khaow (Knee) 2. 2 techniques of Teep / Teh (foot-thrust/kick)


Khan o Revision of 1st 8th Khan o Tobtoh 1. Teh Chiang (Diagonal Kick) 2. Teep Glab Lang (Reverse foot-thrust) 3. Teep Trong (Straight foot-thrust) 4. Mhad Ngad (Uppercut) 5. Mhad Tawad (Double punch) 6. Mhad Glab (Counter punch) 7. Sok Tee (Elbow slash) 8. Sok Glab (Spinning elbow) 9. Sok Ngad (Uuppercut elbow) 10. Khao Trong (Straight knee) 11. Tee Khoa (Knee kick) o Developing programmes for muaythai fitness

o Som Kooh - Sparring with different partners o Pongkan Tua (Defence) - Revision of all techniques o Basic knowledge of Muaythai Boran & Krabi Krabong



Khan o Revision of 1st 9th Khan o Examination: Nuad Paen Thai Basic Course 2 o Examination: R&J (theory and practise)


o Training Schedule - Planning a programme for an amateur muaythai fighter - Planning a programme for an professional muaythai fighter th Khan o Revision of 1st 10th Khan o Training Schedule - Professional muaythai fighters o Knowledge about structure and constitutions of the IFMA an WMC

o Pongkan Tua - 15 techniques for defense against armed attacks o Tobtoh - 15 advanced techniques o Fundamentals of teaching o Muaythai teaching techniques for different age groups



Khan o Revision of 1st 11th Khan


o Examination for Grading 1. National muaythai instructors licence 2. R&J for professional muaythai th Khan o Revision of 1st 11th Khan

o Duties and Functions of an Examiner 1. Advanced national muaythai instructor licence 2. R&J for professional muaythai 3. Examiner licence for muaythai khan degrees

th th 14 and 15 Khan These will be awarded in honour of work towards the international development of muaythai, by the IFMA-WMC Khan Degree Commission. National representatives may nominate their examinees to the IFMA-WMC, but examinees must have already obtained the 13th Khan degree.

Recognised Nuad Phaen Thai Institutes

1. Nuad Thai Institute, Ramkhamhang Rd., Bangkok, Thailand 2. Arsom Silpa Institute, Bangkok, Thailand 3. Cha Loy Sak Institute, Chonburi, Thailand 4. Muaythai Bund Deutschland, Nuad Phaen Thai Center, Rommerskirchen, Germany

Rules and Regulations for Conducting the Khan Muaythai Education

Any national association or individual affiliated to the IFMA or WMC wishing to conduct the Khan Muaythai Education must submit the following to the IFMA or WMC Head Office: 1. Khan Muaythai Education Application Form 2. Certificate of the Instructor, indentifying his or her qualification of muaythai instruction A certificate of 13th Khan Degree or above is recommended. 3. Photos of the gym or location at which the applicant proposes to hold the Khan Muaythai Education class, showing muaythai teaching equipment and Nuad Phaen Thai. 4. Letter of support from one of the IFMA or WMC Executive Committee members, or local sport organisation if so required.