Kick It Out

Kudoers will learn basic Muay Thai kickboxing techniques. Kudoers will wear boxing gloves (provided) and hit boxing mitts (that I, the host will be holding). Kudoers will use their legs to knee and kick a "kickshield". Kudoers will punch, kick and knee a punching bag with guidance from me, the host. If Kudoer in interested, I will also incorporate some "fitness conditioning" drills into the experience.

To explore this experience together, we can...: They will see boxing gloves, punching bags, kickshields, weights. They will smell the sweet scent of hard work :)
-: A Kudoer will do/try some basic Muay Thai kickbxoing techniques
-: A Kudoer will understand how to throw a basic punch, knee, and kick
How many Kudoers could come at once?: 1 person at one time
This experience is:
Wheel chair accessible
Can be done with hearing impaired
Can be done with blind or visually impaired
This happens: at the Host's work place
Getting here: What you need to know.
Take the skytrain to Holdom station. From there, hop on Bus 129, which will take you north up Holdom Ave. Get off the bus at the corner of Hasting and Holdom.

Nearest skytrain station: Burnaby - Holdom
Skytrain meetup: No: I can only meet at the experience location
Should I bring money: No need to bring money
What else should I bring: shorts, water bottle, towel, shirt (that you're comfortable sweating in)
When you book it, the Host will need to know: Be prepared to remove shoes upon entering the facility. Before we start training, you'll need to fill out a couple medical forms. The forms asks questions like "Do you get dizzy when you do physical activity?" and "Does your chest hurt when you do physical activity?". These forms are for safety purposes, they need to be filled out by everyone who trains at our gym. Lastly, I ask that Kudoers eat at least 1 hour before the experience, preferably 2 hours. Eating right before this experience will not be a good idea, as it is a physically active experience.
Afterwards, you could watch:
Reflection Questions
What were your thoughts and feelings before starting to learn about kickboxing?

What were your thoughts and feelings once we finished the experience?

Tags: punch, kick, knee, elbow, fitness, boxing
Listing created 2 Feb 2016