Kickboxing, Muay Thai, Boxing and MMA ( Mixed Martial Arts)
Kickboxing -Sting Gym Technique and Fitness
Sting Gym Kickboxing classes are designed to introduce members to the fundamentals of Full Contact Kickboxing and Muay Thai while providing an exciting, high energy workout.
It has been proven that the best way to increase lean muscle mass, flexibility cardiovascular health and decrease unwanted body fat in a limited amount of time is by interval training. This is done by doing low resistance, intense cardio work in a short period of time (2-3 minute rounds) then slowing the heart rate down by doing a higher resistance exercise during the (1 minute rest period.) This allows everyone regardless of fitness or skill level to get their heart rate up at a level that is ideal for them to improve their overall ability to perform then drop it back down and improve recovery time. All classes at Sting Gym use the interval training concept. At Sting Gym Kickboxing light to moderate contact is applied to insure effectiveness and integrity of the drills. This is the introductory part of fighting in competition, where students develop confidence and self-defence abilities.
Sting Gym Kickboxing Fighters has a Legacy of training professional fighters for over twenty years. Our instructors and students have competed on the state, national and international arena and have been featured in the K-1 & A-1. Whether you want to fight competitively, learn to defend yourself or just train to get in shape, you will find that training alongside and by our professional fighters will get you the best results and more wins under your belt than other less established programs locally available.
Sting Gym Kickboxing has cultivated a winning atmosphere to showcase our talent all across Australia. Look for our next Sting Gym and Fightforce Promotion and see for yourself that we are the real deal when it comes to Kickboxing, Muay Thai and ...read more
Good prices and friendly staff. Im new to kickboxing so the workouts are good for fitness and are pretty intense. Not really geared to everybody though. They tend to work the whole group the same and there isnt enough one on one to get your technique right. They need to spend more time making sure everyone has proper technique especially with blocking as this is where you could buckle a knee if your not sure and get hit with a good kick. I think if you really want to learn to fight then one on ones are the way to go. If your just looking to get fit, tone up, improve your fighting skills a little and increase your flexibility and strength then this is a good all round workout.