Dutch Kickboxing is the most dominant striking style.
“if it ain’t Dutch, it ain’t much!”
What is Dutch Kickboxing?
Dutch Kickboxing combines Karate, Boxing, and Muay Thai techniques.
What will I learn?
Think of kickboxing first. Then add lethal low kicks and heavy hands. Drop in spinning back fists, explosive power and fighting spirit. What you get is Dutch kickboxing, one of the most dominant striking arts from one of the smallest regions in the world.
The martial art was made popular in the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s. Great Champions like
Rob Kaman, Lucia Rijker, Ivan Hippolyte, Ramon Dekkers, Ernesto Hoost and Peter Aerts fought all over the world and they won most of their fights in different stand-up martial arts.
But what separates Dutch kickboxing from other stand-up martial arts? Is it the style?
Is it the training? Is it the philosophy? Or is it a mix of all three?
What to expect
Our curriculum is designed so you can progress from white to black belt. The basics program teaches Dutch kickboxing techniques. Form, punches, kicks, knees, countering, sweeps, and much more. Training materials include focus mitts, kicking pads, and boxing gloves.