• No. 10 Supports Kickboxing’s No. 1
  • Imogen Proctor Beats Inner Demons
  • Me, Myself and the BKC
  • BKC To Work With NSPCC
  • Introducing Our First Accredited Club!
What Is Kickboxing

What Is Kickboxing?

Kickboxing is an individual multi-discipline sport that makes use of the body’s full range of motion and challenges the athlete both physically and mentally.  The primary disciplines are split into Mat Sports and Ring Sports: Mat Sports – Semi-Contact (aka Points), Light-Contact (aka Continuous) and Forms. Ring Sports – Full Contact and K1. All of the above (except for Forms) are considered Combat Sports, pitting two athletes against each other in bouts…

Get Started

How To Get Started

We understand that starting something new can be daunting; especially a new sport. So, if you’re looking to get into Kickboxing, this is the page for you! We’ve put together a whole load of useful information aimed at getting you started on your new sporting journey including independent equipment reviews and even a few pointers on some basic techniques. We have also included some information on etiquette when training and competing, as well…

Find A Club

How Do I Find A Club?

There are literally thousands of Kickboxing clubs all over the country and picking the right one for you can be difficult if you don’t know what you’re looking at. A key thing to remember is that different people practice Kickboxing for different reasons. For instance, people train in Kickboxing for: Fitness Self-Defence Competitions Self-confidence A social activity Just a bit of fun! The good news is, Kickboxing is great for…


No. 10 Supports Kickboxing’s No. 1

British Kickboxing reached a new audience this week with an acknowledgement of the sport from No 10. ICO England International, India Mae Thompson, received a letter from the Prime Minister, David Cameron, in recognition for her outstanding achievements in the UK and overseas. India just, 14 last week, picked up two European Championship Tiles in Points and Mat Continuous (Girls 12- 15 years) and two Silver Medals (Girls 16-18 years) in the…


Imogen Proctor Beats Inner Demons

Imogen Proctor is a young Kickboxing champion who had to battle against an internal struggle after she started losing her hair at 21. She recently shared her story with BBC Radio Bristol and we are very pleased to help share it with you. “It was a pleasure to share my story with BBC Radio Bristol and a great opportunity to spread the word about alopecia.” According to the NHS website…