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'THE eleventh 'Prokick Says' fun day for kickboxing mad kids hits the Prokick HQ this Saturday 25 NOV'


THE eleventh 'Prokick Says' fun day for kickboxing mad kids from all over the Country hits the Prokick HQ this Saturday. The prokick fun day has been a marvellous success as the monthly event is going from strength to strength with the technical levels of the children even higher than previous events.
Special guests of honour will be the Prokick's WKN Champions.
"If all the champions think they are there just to look good they have another thing coming, they will be there on an official capacity and that is to judge the next generation of wannabe champions." said a Prokick spokes person.
“This is brilliant for the kids as everyone is a winner and everyone goes home with a medal. It’s important to us at Prokick Gym that the children learn about self-discipline, self-defence and grow up in a respected and disciplined environment. The gym’s motto is Truth, Discipline and Respect.” Said British Champion Mark Hennessy.
The gym will be packed with underage students taking part in an initiative that allows children to put their kickboxing skills on display in a friendly and competitive arena.
The young stars, who cannot compete in the ring until they reach the age of 15, combine the disciplines taught at the Prokick Gym in east-Belfast in an occasion packed with fun.
“The children learning the art of kickboxing love the Prokick Says fun day. They look forward to it because it gives them an opportunity to put into practice what they learn in class. We want to give the young members an opportunity to practice, mixing competition with fun. The idea stems from a game Mr Murray invented which we all have played for many, many years at the gym, Prokick Says, our version of Simple Simon Says." Said Northern Irelands only female World kickboxing Champion Lydia Braniff .
"Its good for the kids to see our champions close up, it will give them all something to work for when they meet all their new and established kickboxing hero’s.” said the ProKick boss, Billy Murray.

List below are just a few of the games to be played on Saturday:

Follow is a racing fitness game. The children are seated in lines, Mr Murray calls out someone’s name and all the children follow that person until they’re told to go back to their lines and the last one to sit down in their original place is out.
Multiple Kicks:
Whoever can kick the longest without setting their foot back on the ground wins.
Shadow boxing: is when you combine all the kickboxing moves that students have learnt are put together against an invisible opponent or (as they did many years ago) your own shadow.
A competition will be held to see who is the best shadow boxer on the day.
Prokick says:
Kickboxing version of Simon says. Kickboxing moves are called out for the children to do; only they can’t do them unless a number is called after the move. If they do the move without the number being called then they are out. Last one standing wins
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