Posted By: esq2I have never done kickboxing, but would love to try it. Is this class appropriate for a chubby beginner?
Posted By: bigriverTry a free class on me kid, it's $60.00 a month for one class a week, $100.00 for twice a week or unlimited witch includes Karate classes if you like.
Posted By: doubleteeAny plans to add evening classes for us working stiffs? I still have my gloves
Posted By: aveoamareso its a class for adults?
Posted By: doubleteeI kickboxed for years and nothing can hold a candle to it - love it...
Posted By: cc827I think we are pretty much all beginners in the class (have only been doing it about 4-6 weeks) and we really go at our own pace, and have a lot of fun doing it. Added benefit: your family has a whole new level of respect for you when you come home with boxing gloves!
Posted By: ctrzaskaWhat many aren't admitting on this thread is that "results" can alternatively be translated as "ability to do serious damage to you the next time you leave the seat up". If ctrzwife comes home one day and wants to show off the new flying scissorkick to the head she's been practicing... I'm moving into the garage. Just sayin'.
Posted By: ctrzaskaI actually do both of those things with astonishing regularity.
Posted By: ctrzaskaETA: meand: The goddamn raccoon was in the garage. Nowhere is safe at ctrzhouse....
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