Muay-Thai/ Kickboxing and Health
Muay-Thai/ Kickboxing is one of the most fast growing sports and as a result you can find some kind of kickboxing class in every (fitness) gym.
At IMMARTIAL we don’t offer Muay-Thai/ Kickboxing classes to follow this popular demand., but we at IMMARTIAL offer Muay-Thai/ Kickboxing because this is what we already do since decades and we want to share our experience with you and we love to do it. When we practice it, the results (in health) were always a benefit for us, because it was fun to achieve it, and we did something we like. We are pretty sure you will like it too, but if you don’t like, you still like it as it is just for getting in back in shape very fast!
Because to its popularity we believe the hurdle is lower for many potential practitioners to put on the gloves and give it a try. It is good to see that the majority will continue with this sport, only because the many advantages such as:
- Muscle Toning
- Increased Flexibility
- Better Blood Circulation
- Stress Relief
- Full Body Workout
- Self defense – more confident
- Increased Heart Rate
- Improve Balance
- Improve Coordination
- It’s Fun
At IMMARTIAL, we offer several Muay-Thai/ Kickboxing classes for adults, whether you are a beginner, intermediate or advance, but always with a focus on techniques or cardio.
At the Muay-Thai/ kickboxing classes the focus would be more on the techniques and therefore we have classes for beginners/ intermediates and advanced/ competitions fighters. In both cases there is contact with other practitioners and we always focus on the basics, but at the advanced group we go to the next level with regards to techniques, cardio & performance.
The cardio classes are meant for all level practitioners, so in those classes the focus would be more cardio, and less techniques. For real techniques you need to go to one of our Muay-Thai/ kickboxing classes. At these cardio classes you can do everything at your own pace and therefore it is meant for all level practitioners. But be informed stopping during an exercise is not what we preach!