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Even boxing purists have to admit that using both hands and feet is nowadays a key feature of the boxing discipline.

This combined use of arms and legs, offers a wider range of moves, as well as a fun element or technical improvement to light or full contact kickboxing.

Whatever your level, kick boxing improves endurance and muscle tone, as well as your general fitness.

A normal class kicks off with a full warm up then moves on to technique practice (either contact or non-contact) and finishes off with some stretching and cool down exercises.

Safety is a top priority in all of our classes and we insist on protection being worn during training.




Originating from the UK, Padbox is a form of boxing that gives you the same rush of adrenaline as other boxing sports but in a contact free environment. Padbox enables you to improve your performance, to let go of stress and to reap the physical benefits of other boxing disciplines in a risk free setting.

A Padbox session will help you improve your physical endurance, your coordination and your reflexes, allowing each person to progress at their own speed.

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Sports coaching is personalised, professional training adapted to your age, gender and physical condition. 

Coaching enables you to see measured results in obtaining your goals. It can also help you to get in shape, lose weight, increase lung capacity and flexibility, therefore allowing you to perfect your technique in your chosen discipline.



Educational Boxing

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Educational boxing is a boxing discipline which is open to everybody. It differs from traditional amateur boxing in the following ways:

-         you can have fun with your opponent

-         you must not hurt your adversary

 -          any violent behaviour will be reprimanded (1)

The foundations of boxing stay the same, but the contender evolves and improves due to their technical and tactical skills rather than the strength of their blows.



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