What organisation are you?

Discussion in 'Kickboxing' started by monty3, Oct 24, 2006.

  1. monty3

    monty3 New Member

    I am fairly new to MA and Kickboxing (about a year) and have noticed there seem to be quite a few different organisations out there. Is there much difference between these organisations? Are the belts the same? Punches and kicks the same?

    What organisation do you all train under?

    I am in the PKA and am currently learning to become a coach.
  2. kickboxking1980

    kickboxking1980 New Member

    many differences but none that matter

    Politically there are many differences but at the end of the day these differences are all rubbish.
    Just remember that a punch is a punch and a kick is a kick no matter who's colours and badge you wear.
    Try and work with everyone and remain as non-political as possible. This way you will learn more and advance quicker.

    Best of luck with your kickboxing career my friend.
  3. relish

    relish Valued Member

    Well put! Although as he asked I'm also in the PKA, whereabouts do you train monty?
  4. monty3

    monty3 New Member

    Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire
  5. relish

    relish Valued Member

    Ah pretty far away from Bradford then :p
  6. seyah

    seyah Valued Member

    C.M.A.A ( Cobra Martial Arts Association ) Headed by My good freind Andrew Morrell. :cool:
  7. dizzyday07

    dizzyday07 Valued Member

    I'm also with PKA - about to take Blue belt grading. Train in Castle Donnington
  8. relish

    relish Valued Member

    Funnily enough I'm also about to take my blue belt, on the 19th November :) You booked a day for the brown belt course yet?
  9. founder5

    founder5 Valued Member

    I've trained with the pka I'm a black belt with them. I'm also a member of goshin ryu kenpo jujitsu and escrima concepts.
  10. dizzyday07

    dizzyday07 Valued Member

    We just had one last month but I couldn't make it due to family commitments. I also thought that as it would be at least another 6 mths before I get to that level that I'd take it next time around
  11. relish

    relish Valued Member

    Ah fair enough, I thought I'd get it out of the way and also gives me more insentive to learn the sequences :D
  12. madmike

    madmike ow that hurt not

    i Train under North West Chinese Kick Boxing (manchester) i agree with kickboxingidiot you shouldnt really get involved in the petty arguements between clubs. i also train under regs gym.

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