PKA Kickboxing Interclub

My 2 kickboxing clubs along with other local clubs from the PKA are holding an interclub in December

Please come and support us! Tickets or more information are available from – pka kickboxing

 

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This article was written by: Lee Jones

I have been professional Builder & Roofer for 20 years and have been running my company for last 8 years. I also teach kickboxing for the PKA Professional Kickboxing Association

  1. 2 Comments

    • Chad says:

      I hope you guys are planning another kickboxing interclub soon, I’d really like to join one of them and learn to kickbox. I check this blog on a regular basis to learn about home maintenance and such, so please keep us posted with an announcement if you guys are recruiting new members. Thanks.

    • Knyaz says:

      This is a good question I have wodrened myself. You see a lot of Dutch kickboxers and they all tend to have the Muay Thai style. But, it does seem different than traditional Thai boxers.From my observations here’s what I see. I see the Dutch focusing more on boxing than the Thais. I think this a notable difference. The Dutch seem to be better, or rely on more, with boxing.They also seem not to use elbows. I don’t see a whole lot of elbows that they do.Everything else looks pretty much the same. They do they clinch and knees, and cut kicks (kind of like a hybrid kick/sweep), jab kicks, leg kicking all that.I think that is the main difference I have noticed the boxing and the lack of foucus or non-use of elbows.