Any tips, hints, advice etc?
R6 Rachie wrote
aye stop trying to make up for all the things you couldn't do in your youth
I'm not 30 for another 20 days!!!
Yes. Start off with Yoga and work your way up.No. Really.Screwd.
I do kickboxing, however not in london. Its an awesome hobby, although I dont have much advice to give (although I can help if you have any specific questions) apart from try to avoid getting punched, its not much fun...
it is important, however it isnt much fun. i must say i have become rather proficient at taking them, as the bruises i got tonight prove
Depends on what shape you're starting from but Yoga is an isometric regimen and a very good place to start getting "fit". And yes, fitness starts with flexibility (imho), make sure the old creaking joints are well lubricated and "tone" your existing musculature before the stress of free fighting.Nothing like a good scrap (from distant memory!) but free fighting is bloody knackering. Yes I am being serious, the more "fit' you are before you start, the less likely you are to get seriously injured or seriously injure yourself...Screwd.
Ms. KneeDragon is a kickboxer. She loves it. You should just go out and do it.
Excellent video here about Kickboxing.
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