Kick Boxing

About Kick Boxing in short
Kickboxing is a stand-up combat sport that is a mix of Karate, Muay Thai and Western Boxing. It combines powerful kicks from Karate and agile handwork from boxing and is practiced as for fitness, self-defense and also as a contact sport.

Also, kick Boxing is essentially a term that is used to describe a number of sports that include a mix of kicking and punching. Pardel Serey from Combodia, Lethwei from Burma, Yaw Yan from Phillipines, Loatian Muay Lao, Indian Mushti Yudha, French Savate and the immensely popular Muay Thai are all forms of kickboxing.

Deciding which one to take up will depend on your personal goals (Do you want to specialize in a particular type of self-defense or want to add a kick to your workout?), finding the right instructor (instructors most likely specialize in 2-3 forms so you need to find one near your home or office who specializes in the sport), and being honest of how much you can handle (it is one of the toughest workout regimens out there with advanced exercises that can take the wind out of you if you aren’t prepared).

The Benefits Of Kickboxing
Here’s a quick list of all the benefits of taking Kickboxing:
1. Working out your entire body means muscle toning all over
2. Waistlines can slim down thanks to all the hip-twists
3. Fast-paced drills and jump rope improves your cardiovascular health
4. Improved coordination, strength, and flexibility
5. Boosted confidence, of course!

White Belts: (Novice Level)
White: Switched Off.
This is the everyday frame of mind that most people inhabit. Switched off, unaware, distracted, call it what you will, it might just as easily be called victim mode. The Criteria for obtaining your first colored belt is as below, this grading is normally taken after 1 month.

Yellow Belt: (Novice Level)
Requires a minimum of 36 weeks CONSISTENT training. Students with poor attendance will not be considered eligible for promotion. Yellow: Switched On. This is the frame of mind you might be in when crossing a busy road. You are not frightened, but you are aware of the potential danger and you naturally switch on by looking and listening. Incidentally, most mothers with young children are continually in ‘Yellow’ state. The Criteria for obtaining your second colored belt is as below, this grading is normally taken after 3 month.

Orange Belt: (Novice Level)
Requires a minimum of 48 weeks CONSISTENT training. Students with poor attendance will not be considered eligible for promotion. Orange: Specific Threat. This is where you are personally involved. You might be in ‘White’ state talking to friends in a pub when suddenly you hear an argument at the other end of the bar. Your awareness increases – you have just switched to ‘Yellow’ state. Now one of the people arguing notices you looking and says, ‘what the hell are you looking at?’ You are specifically threatened and have just switched to ‘Orange’ state. The Criteria for obtaining your third colored belt is as below, this grading is normally taken after 3 months.

Green Belt: (Intermediate Level)
Full Sparring Gear is REQUIRED at this level.
Requires a minimum of 72 weeks CONSISTENT training. Students with poor attendance will not be considered eligible for promotion. Students should demonstrate their understanding and proficiency for the below Techniques during sparring. The Criteria for obtaining your fourth colored belt is as below, this grading is normally taken after 4 months.

Red Belt: (Intermediate Level)
Requires a minimum of 80 weeks CONSISTENT training. Students with poor attendance will not be considered eligible for promotion. Students should demonstrate their understanding and proficiency for the below Techniques during sparring.
Red: It’s happening! You are being attacked. Most victims of crime go from ‘White’ state to ‘Red’ in one swift, pain-filled, bewildering moment. However, many situations escalate slowly and the more aware you are, the greater chance you have of avoiding them and leaving the area. The Criteria for obtaining your fifth colored belt is as below, this grading is normally taken after 4 months.

Blue Belt: (Intermediate Level)
Requires a minimum of 80 weeks CONSISTENT training. Students with poor attendance will not be considered eligible for promotion. Students should demonstrate their understanding and proficiency for the below Techniques during sparring. Students should demonstrate their understanding and proficiency for the below Techniques during sparring. Assessment begins with covering white, Yellow, Orange, and Green belt Techniques. The Criteria for obtaining your sixth colored belt is as below, this grading is normally taken after 18 months.

Purple Belt: (Advance Level)
Requires a minimum of 85 weeks CONSISTENT training. Students with poor attendance will not be considered eligible for promotion. Students should demonstrate their understanding and proficiency for the below Techniques during sparring. At this stage, the student must demonstrate perfect control over his or her Techniques. The Criteria for obtaining your seventh colored belt is as below, this grading is normally taken after 8 months.
1. The student must illustrate the ability to coach both basic and Advance Techniques presented by the examiner
2. The student must be able to recall all moves from the syllabus upon request
3. The student must be able to produce and demonstrate both basic and Advance combinations.

Brown Belt: (Advance Level)
Requires a minimum of 85 weeks CONSISTENT training. Students with poor attendance will not be considered eligible for promotion. Students should demonstrate their understanding and proficiency for the below Techniques during sparring.
Students with poor attendance will not be considered eligible for promotion. Students should demonstrate their understanding and proficiency for the below Techniques during sparring. At this stage, the student must demonstrate perfect control over his or her Techniques. The Criteria for obtaining your eight colored belt is as below, this grading is normally taken after 12 months.
1. Student must explain the basics of the use of force law against another person.
2. Student must explain the basic rule difference of Point Fighting, Continuous Sparring, and full Contact & K1-Rules.
3. Student must be competing regularly. (not in tournaments, but in training center)
4. All kicks must be to head height (unless requested otherwise)
5. Must have participated in a pre-grading session.
6. All in Both Stance

Black Belt: (Advance Level)
Requires a minimum of 100 weeks CONSISTENT training. Students with poor attendance will not be considered eligible for promotion. Students should demonstrate their understanding and proficiency for the below Techniques during sparring. The Criteria for obtaining you ninth colored belt is as below, this grading is normally taken after 12 months. You’re Instructor Will Let You Know When You Are Ready to Take Your Black Belt Exam. Produce the basic rule differences of Point Fighting, Continuous Sparring, Full Contact & K1 rules in writing.
1. Must be regularly helping teach or assisting a class (Seniors Only)
2. Must be competing regularly in approved tournaments.
3. Must be assisting with Referee/Judging at approved Tournaments (min Semi/Light)
4. Must be able to do all in both stances
5. Must Hold at Minimum a Basic 1st AID Certificate

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Rs.15000 to Rs.20000/ Month

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Rs.20000 toRs.45000/ Month

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