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Jan 8, 2024 - Dec 23, 2024

K-1 Kickboxing (Dutch Kickboxing)

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Kickboxing has various styles like point fighting, semi-contact, light continuous, full contact, and K1, which is also referred to as Dutch style kickboxing which we are teaching. What is K-1 kickboxing? K-1 kickboxing is a modern style of kickboxing, based on the Japanese style of kickboxing which is a mix of Kyokushin karate and Muay Thai. the best way to describe K1 is it has the best moves and rules taken from both full-contact kickboxing and Muay Thai to develop a more hybrid of the fight. What is Dutch Kickboxing? Dutch kickboxing is a style that is popularly trained (quite obviously)in the Netherlands. While it is now viewed as a unique fighting style, it’s heavily influenced by other styles like Western kickboxing, Muay Thai, Japanese kickboxing, and Kyokushin Karate. Of these four striking styles, Kyokushin Karate has the most substantial influence on Dutch kickboxing. It is responsible for the fast pace and aggression Dutch kickboxing is known for. The Dutch Kickboxing Style originated in the 1970s when Dutch martial artists traveled to Japan to learn Japanese Kickboxing, a derivation of Kyokushin Karate. In the Netherlands, the style developed further and was expanded with elements from Muay Thai and Western Boxing. The Dutch kickboxing style is therefore a mixture of Kyokushin karate, Muay Thai and boxing. A major difference to classic kickboxing (American kickboxing) is the permitted low kicks to the opponent's thigh. Jumped knees and powerful front kicks

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