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Kickboxing in Dubai is great as a fitness technique but it’s also a well known sport. Can anyone really say how long it takes to learn? We asked a professional female kickboxing personal trainer for her tips.
If you are interested in Kickboxing as sport you’ll have many questions. The best way to find the answers to your questions is to ask a professional Kickboxing PT.
Because individuals will greatly vary depending on their own ability to learn, move, how many hours a week their committing, their desire, motor control, focus and so on. It’s near impossible to give someone a guaranteed answer.
The factors mentioned already will have a greater carry over, however, age whereby you understand why your doing something and having a base fitness level so you don’t get overly fatigue effecting technique and focus will be important.
But these do not act as barriers whatsoever, anyone can pick it up anytime!
Similar answer to the first question, but I find good progress and balance in Kickboxing can be made at x2/3 sessions a week. Keeps things fresh, consistent and generally avoid over training/ fatigue for the general individual.
Kickboxing gloves and shin pads and your good to pretty much do everything! Obviously some space to move around in and your training will have various pads for you to strike and teach you.
Practice a movement slowly upon first learning, once you’ve got the motor control and movement pattern learnt then add speed and power. Not the other way around! Stay patient, determined and consistent – it’s very technical and there’s a lot to learn!
Shadow boxing is a great tool for all ability levels to practice the basics and improve your craft!
Finding the best PT in your area of the UAE for Kickboxing Coaching is easy with the UAE Personal Trainers Webiste.