White Belt (Beginner):

  • The white belt signifies a beginner who is just starting their journey in Dutch kickboxing.
  • Students at this level focus on learning the fundamental techniques, stances, and basic movements of kickboxing.
  • Emphasis is placed on developing proper form, balance, and basic defensive skills.


  • Yellow belt students continue to build on their foundational knowledge.
  • They begin to incorporate more complex combinations and footwork into their training.
  • Basic self-defense techniques are introduced at this stage.




  • At the orange belt level, students further refine their striking techniques.
  • They develop better control and precision in their punches, kicks, and knee strikes.
  • Defensive tactics become more advanced





  • Green belt practitioners continue to expand their offensive and defensive repertoire.
  • They focus on speed, timing, and agility in their movements.
  • Sparring with controlled contact is introduced at this level to apply techniques in a practical context.






  • Blue belt students are considered intermediate level practitioners.
  • They work on enhancing their power and conditioning to deliver more impactful strikes.
  • Technical sparring sessions become more intense and competitive.




  • The purple belt is often considered an advanced intermediate level.
  • At this stage, students continue to refine their techniques, with a focus on fluidity and precision.
  • Complex combinations and strategies are introduced, including counters and feints.
  • Purple belt students typically have a good understanding of distance control and spacing.
  • Sparring sessions become more challenging and incorporate a wider range of tactics.



  • Brown belt represents a high level of skill and proficiency in Dutch kickboxing.
  • Students at this level often start assisting in teaching lower-ranked students.
  • Advanced techniques, combinations, and strategies are a major focus.





  • Achieving a black belt in Dutch kickboxing is a significant accomplishment.
  • Black belt students have a deep understanding of the sport and its principles.
  • They can demonstrate a wide range of techniques with precision, power, and control.
  • Black belt practitioners may also be involved in coaching and training others.