Perfect for the novice through expert.
You do not need experience. Anyone can train a fight sport without ever stepping into the ring.
Training is fun and improvement is constant. I bring the training to you or you can visit me at one of several Los Angeles boxing gyms.
It is my aim to develop you into an intuitive, relaxed and rhythmic fighter. Emphasis is placed on offensive and defensive techniques, utilizing a high intensity method that is designed to perfect skills while developing strength and conditioning. The majority of my sessions consist of focus-mitt and Thai pad training.
For those interested in fat-loss:
Kickboxing / boxing workouts have been shown to help women and men burn up to 1,000 calories per hour. While results may vary, these workouts can sculpt you into the athlete you were meant to be.
A brief intro to these sports:
Boxing is a sport that focuses entirely on perfecting the science of hand to hand combat, while kickboxing also uses the feet.
Kickboxing, originated as a style of karate (Kyokushinkai) in the 60’s. Back then it was called Full Contact Karate or American Kickboxing. The sport became very popular in the 80’s and a catch-all term for any sport that combined kicks with boxing. It has evolved since then and there are several styles:
The style I’ve grown up practicing is Dutch style kickboxing. Over the years I’ve come to enjoy all of them and I teach any of them at proficient level.
Whether you choose boxing or Kickboxing, you’re in for a superior workout that will challenge all levels and develop invaluable self-defense skills as well as a perfect combination of cardiovascular and muscular endurance training.
For a next level experience, Muay Thai may be your sport of choice. Muay thai or Thai Boxing is also known as the art of eight limbs. As well as the feet and fists, fighters can use elbows and knees in combat. It is said to be the most effective form of stand-up fighting and combat sport, proven every day in Thailand. Muay Thai is an intense, focused fighting style that serves as the basis for many MMA fighters. Muay Thai has played a crucial role in the foundation and influencing of many Kickboxing styles.
Long term, obtaining your own gloves and hand-wraps is recommended. Clients interested in sparring can learn to spar; it is by no means required. The rush of sparring can’t be beat, yet safety is always a priority.
The idea of fighting can be intimidating, yet this program is about learning and improving your skill. These workouts can be intense, but it is also a fun time for everyone involved.