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School Director:
Neil Holden

Trainer of Several National,
two European and two
World Amateur Champions.

Certified Muaythai
( Thai-Kickboxing )
Instructor
by Grand Master Sken
( Thailand ).

Certified 6th Dan Black Belt
Japanese Kickboxing
( Shihan - Master Grade ).

Training in the Martial Arts
Over 30 years.

Professional Instructor
Over 20 Years.












 




Below is a rough break down of Energy ( KCal ) for various Sporting Activities. This Guide cannot be used as an exact reference as there will always be slight variances between individuals. However the comparisons are approximations based on the average energy used ( KCal ) for a 70 kg (11 Stone) person. If a person is lighter then the 'KCal' used will be less, however if the person is heavier then the 'KCal' will be even higher, see bottom section of the Chart ' KCal per hour'.

If you trained Kickboxing just once weekly for a year, and stayed the same weight, then your training would have been burning off excess Weight/Fat that you would have otherwise gained.

For example, if you were 7 Stone and burned approximately 500 Kcal per week ( With just one lesson weekly ), this would equate to (500 Kcal x 50 Weeks=) 25'000 Calories per year. There are 3500 calories to a pound of Bodyfat. So an individual would have gained 7 pounds ( 1/2 Stone ), of Fat if they had not trained Kickboxing. This is about the average at which the current population that do not exercise, are gaining in weight every year! Absolutely Ridiculous when you consider that there are 168 hours in a week, and it would take just 1 hour out of a persons week Kickboxing.

Whilst on the subject of the health benefits of Kickboxing. One of the biggest killers around today is Stress. Medical studies have shown that the"physical release of negative emotions has a great psychological benefit to an individual". In simple terms, serious and focused Kickboxing training, striking the Pads & Bags with Kicks & Punches, is excellent for stress release!

To put it in simple terms. With Kickboxing you will Burn more Calories, Exercise a Greater range of muscle groups, and vastly reduce Stress much more than you would with other activities. Also, something that is not shown on this chart, but that you should seriously consider. Your Kickboxing training as well as increasing your self-confidence, could one day, if you were in a situation, possibly save your life. Something that Football or Aerobics are not likely to do!

 

WEIGHTS

AEROBICS

FOOTBALL

CYCLING

JOGGING

KICKBOXING

FAT
BURNING POTENTIAL

medium

high
high
high
high

very high

AEROBIC
EXERCISE
low

very high

high
high
high

very high

STRENGTH DEVELOPMENT

very high

low
medium
medium
low

very high

MUSCLE
WORKED

full body

full body

lower body
lower body
lower body

full body

CALORIES
BURNED

medium

high
high
high
high

very high

Kcal per hour
7st Person
228
352
330
244
486
539
Kcal per hour
9st Person
294
453
425
314
628
693
Kcal per hour
11st Person
359
553
519
383
768
847
Kcal per hour
13st Person
424
654
613
452
907
1001
Kcal per hour
15st Person
489
754
708
523
1046
1155



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Click below to view ' YOUTUBE ' Video Clip of some technique training on the pads, featuring Kicks, Punches, Knees and Elbows!.

Pad Training Round 3 of 5

Pad Training Round 4 of 5

Pad Training Round 5 of 5

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