R.C.F.A.I. meeting 17 January 2015

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Dear trainer, fighter, judge, referee. A reminder of the meeting on 17th January 2015 at 11:00 at the ChaZen Conservation Education Centre in Vredefort. R.S.V.P. by Monday 12th January 2015 via e-mail or sms to 0798819168. This meeting is scheduled for trainers, fighters and the general interested public. Background of the R.C.F.A.I. (Ring Contact Fighting Arts International): International Recognition in 1984. P.K.A. instructor of the year worldwide 1985. National recognition in 1987. Founder Member of M.A.A.S.A. Vice Chairman of N.S.C. in Western Transvaal K.I.C.K. Representative fr...
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Interesting facts about Kickboxing

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Kick-boxing was invented in Japan to compete with Muay Thai or Thai boxing. The sport, a derivative of boxing, karate, taekwondo and other fighting styles, bears many similarities to boxing except the fighters use fists, arms and legs for strikes. Kick-boxing is practiced as a full-contact combat sport or for general fitness. Origin Japanese boxing promoter Osamu Noguchi is credited with developing the sport. Three Muay Thai fighters journeyed to Japan in 1966 to battle three karate fighters from the Oyama dojo. Japan won two to one, and Noguchi and Kenji Kurosaki, a karate master, coined the ...
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Do you want to live a healthy life? Start Kickboxing!

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Kickboxing (particularly Cardio Kickboxing) is an aerobic form of exercise that helps strengthen and condition your body. It is a martial arts sport that will help you get fit and provide health benefits, such as reduced body fat, increased flexibility and strengthened heart. Kickboxing improves your balance and builds body strength. Kickboxing allows you to build your core and improve your balance. It helps strengthen your shoulders, arms and abs. Your lower body benefits with this exercise that tones your thighs and tightens your rear end. Kickboxing builds stronger muscles all over your b...
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