Ultimate Kickboxing
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- Do I need to be fit to start training?
No, we have student's at all different skill levels. Everyone can work at their own pace, but what you put in is what you get out of training.

- Will I lose weight training?
Absolutely! We recommend that you train at least 3 times per week. If you put in the hard work, you will reap the rewards.

- What do I need to bring to class?
You will need water, comfortable clothing and runners.

- What age can I start training?
We recommend not younger then 5, as before this age most children cant stay still long enough and follow instructions.

- If I have a disability can I join in?
We do have people training with us that have a disability, whether it is mental or physical and they get treated no different to everyone else. James knows what people are capable of and works with that. They love it!

- Do I need my own boxing gloves?
We have gloves at the gym for people to use, however after training on a regular basis people tend to buy their own gloves. We sell both gloves and wrist wraps. Everyone should purchase their own wrist wraps as this is to protect the delicate bones in the wrist from damage.

- Is there a grading system?
At Ultimate Kickboxing we have a grading system similar to the karate belts, however we use the Singlet System. The grading is only in the Muay Thai classes as students are graded on technique.

- Can I spar other people?
Generally, only our fighters and up and coming fighters spar as this is a must for their sport. However, if you wish to spar you must firstly have reasonable skills and light sparring is offered.

- Can I start fighting in the ring?
We have many fighters who fight regularly. However all these fighters train very hard, at least 5 times per week. They have trained extremely hard to come to this point. Up and comers and those wishing to fight should be running and training with the fighters to see the hard yards they put in and they can then see if that is what they want to get out of the sport.