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Kickboxing is an ideal way to train and keep fit whilst enjoying yourself at the same time! Learn the fighting styles that suit you and keep fit with intense conditioning drills, heavy bag punching and kicking workouts as well as shadow boxing that will help you to maintain an active and healthy lifestyle while giving you confidence in your own technique and ability.

Kickboxing can improve your fitness, endurance and skill now by joining a great martial arts class that can cater for your requirements.

Kickboxing is an intense fighting style involving the use of elbows, knees, kicking and punching, amongst other manoeuvres, it pays to take training seriously and benefit from the fantastic opportunities that are available to you now.

Classes are available n your local health and fitness clubs. It is a great way to meet new people and to burn calories, lose weight and start looking and feeling fabulous. With warm up exercises, stretching and cool down periods a must, training lasts for an hour usually and the class is on offer to anybody.

With a qualified and highly skilful instructor, this class is rated as one of the hardest and the best. What are you waiting for? Get to grips with the training involved and start learning this martial art now.

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