GET FITTER & STRONGER
LEARN NEW SKILLS
MAKE NEW FRIENDS
BECOME PART OF A FRIENDLY CLUB
Women’s Kickboxing is an active and successful part of Kicks Martial Arts Centre
Trainer Tiffany Williams with Kicks Light Continuous Fighters Amelia Shepherd, Odile Rapoport, Natalie Gowing
Lots of women want to train in Kickboxing to lose weight; gain confidence; and feel safer. They also want to build fitness; strength; and increase flexibility. Many women initially feel very self conscious when training, and are not confident to train in a mixed class, or with a male instructor. At Kicks we’re able to offer:
The great thing about the women’s only kickboxing sessions is that there is a real mixture of:
We have women from all walks of life. The shared factor in all the sessions is the good nature among the women training, and their shared interest in learning a martial art. Many of the women have become friends through training. Female Students feel part of a team, and support each other.
The fact that so many women have trained from Beginner through to Black Belt at Kicks shows that women stick at training; and stick at training together.
Do I need to be fit before I start kickboxing?
Women get very concerned they’re not fit enough to start. If you have any health concerns do always pre check with your GP, and get the go ahead from her/him first. Our syllabus and classes are designed to build up your fitness levels. We tell students to work at their own pace and progress at a rate they are comfortable with.
What to wear at an initial session?
We train without shoes. For your first lesson wear loose, comfortable clothing; tracksuit bottoms or leggings (ideally dark and plain) and a loose plain dark coloured t –shirt (No Logos or Slogans). If you continue with your training you will need to buy Kickboxing Trousers and a Kicks T Shirt. You may also want to buy Hand Wraps and your own Bag Gloves.
How much will it cost to buy clothing and equipment?
This is available at a very reasonable price from our Kicks Club on Lewes Road. We can also order most equipment and brands from our stockists.
Mr ear-rings (other piercings/rings etc) can’t be removed. Can I still train?
All jewellery should be removed for safety reasons. If it can’t be removed, it should be taped over (& it’s down to you to supply the tape).
Trainer Tiffany Williams with Light Continuous Fighter Amelia Shepherd
Contact or Non Contact
How long will it take to get my Black Belt?
23.02.13: Instructor Tiffany Williams (4th Degree) with Students Emma Barr (2nd Degree), Julie Weeds (1st Degree),
Jane Hawkins(1st Degree) and Amelia Shepherd (1st Degree) after their Black Belt Grading