It is no secret, exercise is super important for both our mental and physical health. Leading a sedentary life is nothing short of reckless. Considering you are reading this page, it is safe to say that you have a good understanding of this and do not need to spend time reading a list of the benefits of exhilarating exercise, such as kickboxing classes in London.

Intermittently, Chief Instructor, Kelly Bunyan (KB), encourages her members to discuss their training regime with her. It's that time of year again, recently, Kelly (KB) once again invited her members to share, to enable her to best advise them regarding achieving their fitness goals, as well as reaping the full list of benefits to be derived from exercise in general.

The cardio-vascular nature of our kickboxing classes and self-defence classes provides our members with great health benefits, but it is important to complement martial arts with resistance / strength training. An all-encompassing regime is of the essence. 

Particularly if the aim is to lose weight / tone up (diet is the main consideration on that front mind). Ensuring all muscle groups are being regularly trained is a win-win for kicking and punching, as well as for the overall physical health. 

To benefit from Kelly's advice, she recommends:

“Alongside your training in our martial arts classes, I suggest that one day you work your lower body, with such exercises as squats, lunges and leg extensions (if you have access to a machine). Then, the next day, focus on your upper body. Include push ups, lifting weights, pull ups etc. On both days, you can do core work too, planks, sit-ups and the like. The next day, just cardio, then repeat the program, with the 7th day being your day off. Be sure to build a day’s rest into your weekly plan to allow your muscles to repair. If you're only used to training 2-3 times a week, cut out one of the upper body and one of the lower body days. You're already fighting fit; this will turn you into even more of a machine.” 

Our members are reminded to stretch every day too, for the more supple they are, the less sore they feel and the higher their kicks will eventually go. One of our newest members recently said:

“It says a lot about the kickboxing school when the chief instructor invites the members to share their training routine outside of class. I have never seen this level of care anywhere I trained before. The recommendations on exercises and stretching are a godsend. I have been doing them for only a few weeks and I can already see a difference.” 

Are you keen to take full advantage of your current health and strength, to come and train with us?




Martial arts training has many different aspects, and different methods of delivering the traditional teachings that are passed down from master to student. Of these aspects, one of the most popular amongst KB members is sparring, which is fighting in a controlled manner. Sparring entails kicking, punching and blocking work with a partner, whilst wearing protective equipment.




Martial arts training requires focus, resilience, discipline and patience. Progression takes time, and can at times be challenging. In a world where negative thoughts may be the norm, where it may be easier to give up than persevere, KB Fitness’ martial arts classes London teach KB members to keep fighting and that, with practise, there is nothing they can’t master.




Inspired by one of our YouTube videos, KB members shared what they have gained from their KB Fitness training by completing the sentence “KB has made me…” in the school’s WhatsApp group.



Our members suggest you join KB Fitness to … “get fit, recharge, release endorphins, look forward to exercise, learn something new, have a great work-life balance, set goals, be addicted to boosting your well-being.” Jane mentions that the teaching team cares, it’s true, we really do. We want to motivate and lift you to a whole new high. Fancy benefiting in the same way?