Yutha sasthiram ( Fight Science) MMA"Where you learn doesn't matter, What you learn does"
In Yutha sasthiram, students will learn very Important, Effective and Useful technics Karate, brazilian jiu jitsu(BJJ),Kungfu, Muaythai, Boxing, Filiphino Kyusho, Krav Maga Akido etc.. Also they learn how to handle weapons like Nunchaku,Sword, Stick, Sai, Tonfa etc.. and they learn how to convert anything as weapon. It will be very useful for women also. And we chose very good exercises from all martial arts including Meditation and Breating Exercises. The age limit to learn Yutha sasthiram is from 8 to 60 yrs.
Okinawa Isshinryu Karate & Kobudo Association
Isshinryu Tomunokai Association
AFFILIATED with Sor.Vorapin Muaythai gym, Thailand
Founder of Yutha sathiram
Now like anything else, it is important to know where it came from. We all know that we have many different styles of martial arts out there: Muay Thai, Karate, Jiu Jitsu, Judo, Wrestling, Boxing, Sambo, Kickboxing, Kung Fu, etc. even those crazy big guys - Sumo. These styles have fought against their own members, but no one ever thought of putting them to the test against other styles. Not until the Gracie family brought the UFC, Ultimate Fighting Championship to the USA. Although we have to mention that before The Ultimate Fighting Championship, as early as the 1920?s, there have been Vale Tudo matches in Brazil and some other parts of the world. But never until the UFC has it been clearly shown martial art style vs. martial art style to determine which one was the most effective. In the early days of the Octagon, you could easily see that a Boxer would go against an opponent who was a Karate master or a Kun fu expert. Or a man weighting 250lbs go against one weighting 170lbs. This was the early days of the UFC were the Gracie family showed that Jiu Jitsu was the best martial art style to know by winning 3 of the first 4 UFC tournaments. Although, in my personal opinion, it would have been a little different if Bruce Lee had been around or maybe even happened sooner. Not saying he would have defeated Royce, but even though he was older when the UFC came around something tells me he would have gotten involved somehow or even had a protégé compete. Bruce Lee in his days was one the first ones to talk about MMA by insisting that a fighter should be well rounded, know a little bit from every style and how to defend it. He developed techniques to fight standing as well as some ground and submission techniques. That is why he used to say he could defend any style.
Here is where the reality kicks in: only those who master different styles of fighting, both stand-up and ground techniques, close-up and long striking techniques, would be become successful, long term, inside an Octagon. Fighters realized that they couldn?t compete just knowing one style and then: Boom! - That is where MMA comes in. Mixed Martial Arts. You had to be a great kick boxer, judo, boxer, Kung Fu, to be successful. Initially, most fights were fought standing up, except the ones involving Jiu Jitsu fighters. Nowadays, fights can end on both ways because everyone is aware of every aspect of the game.