As anyone who has taken part in a good sparring session and done a few rounds in the ring will undoubtedly tell you sparring is hard. It’s hard because there is so much to remember and it’s physically tiring. Here are a few pointers to help you improve your sparring. 1. Spar regularly: there is
Stuck in a rut? Urrgh. You know when you feel like life is moving in slow motion? When it’s like you’re wading through quick sand and you just feel ‘meh‘? Well, here are a few tips to help recharge yourself, breakout of the mould and find some inspiration! 1. Read or watch something that motivates
So, you’re interested in starting kickboxing and martial arts? Or perhaps you’ve not long started? That’s great! There are a few things that you are probably asking yourself, so because we are uber nice guys (honest!), here are the answers! 1: Will I fit in? We know, it kinda sucks when everyone knows each other
Never stop learning. Always be willing to grow. It seems that when people leave education they stop learning. We leave school or further education, partly armed with snippets of knowledge and head out into the world with our opinions, skills and information ingrained in our brains – and, unfortunately for most, that’s where it stops.
On Saturday 18th April in Ipswich, Winspers coach and internationally-ranked kickboxer Connor Porter cruised to a lopsided five round points win over Nathan Smith to add the ICO English Welterweight title to his ever growing collection of belts. Porter started the fight with lots of movement, circling around his opponent, before launching blistering combinations.