Kickboxing Fight Team
Oh and grappling, we did that too, oh and MMA
Kickboxing Fight Team – Out In Leeds
Firstly thanks to Fightstar and thanks to all the opponents we matched up with.
The team were out at the weekend sporting the colours and representing well.
Six of the team competed in both K1, MMA and grappling
Ash, currently our youngest member had a great fight with a good matchup.
Kickboxing Fight Team – Mixed Martial Artists
Most of our team compete in various arts and Sunday was a great example of that.
Jumping from a Kickboxing K1 comp into an MMA comp or from a Grappling comp into a K1 comp is pretty normal for our crew.
The team were also willing to stand in at any opportunity for fighters that had no match ups which as a coach makes me very proud. Its all for the fun of the sport, no ego’s just fun and the pure enjoyment of combat and testing oneself.
Kickboxing Fight Team – Missed Opportunities
Think about it, your learning to fight and your in a room with 150 people looking to do the same.
If you get offered the opportunity why would you say no?
Of course, if you’re injured then take a seat. But if your fit and no excuses then take them when you can.
Were talking interclub level here, so the set up is geared towards learning and competing safely. These are not Rocky Balboa car crashes.
Kickboxing Fight Team – Sparring sessions
The interclubs we take our novice fighters to, like this one Fightstar, a well run show aimed at giving novices some experience. The idea is to build confidence and not destroy it on your first outing.
The interclubs are like sparring session that you would normally do in the club., But you are in a new town, new faces, a crowd and an opponent you have never met.
It’s all aimed at building you up