All classes contain an element of fitness training, this serves two purposes: Firstly, it increases the student’s general fitness and makes it easier to meet the greater physical demands as the student progresses through the belt system. The Kickboxing instructor will generally aim fitness goals at the students in the class who are the fittest, in order to make them work, and to motivate less‐fit student. It is important for Kickboxing beginners to recognise what will be expected from them, and to push themselves to the next level. It is important to remember that each of us is equipped with a self-diagnostic system, which tells us how much we can do.


In a Private training session a martial arts trainer can focus on unique fitness routines and get you into the best shape of your life. Whether you prefer to be surprised and let your trainer keep you guessing or you have a particular group of exercises you favour, a fitness-oriented workout through the martial arts may be a better and more diverse workout then you can get at the gym! Strength, cardio, flexibility, balance, coordination, body unity, confidence, and well-being await you through a martial arts workout!



Group Training can range from 2-20 people, using kickboxing training techniques and exercises to help improve the fitness and Well-being of the customers. Flexible training routines are used to gain maximum results for the group.

Some of the benefits include:

  • Promote high levels of fitness

  • Increase confidence and focus

  • Increase energy and flexibility

  • Relieves stress

  • Improves reflexes and co-ordinationImproves awareness and Self-discipline



Wayne's Special Fitness work - out which involves strength and conditioning...More info shortly.

           CORE STRENGTH


Every martial arts style requires a level of fitness from its practitioners. Core strength exercises, or those that target the stomach, back, and pelvis, are particularly important to success in all athletic activities, including martial arts. A strong core is likely to help ward off injury, improve striking power, and aid in ground fighting techniques This abs and core workout involves a variety of exercises designed to strengthen the rectus abdominis, obliques, the transverse abdominis and the erector spinae. This is a great overall workout for intermediate kickboxers who've been strength training for at least 4 to 8 weeks.


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