YES, because KICKBOXING consists of kicking and punching
Kickboxing is a type of boxing that originated in Japan. Kickboxing is unlike regular boxing because both the hands and feet are used. Some of the equipment recommended for this sport is a mouth guard, boxing gloves and shin pads.
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Kick boxing due to the fact that it is boxing with kicking added, so it is everything boxing is with added features.
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FWell boxing is pretty simple because in boxing you use your fist and their is less damage then kickboxing and boxing it's very hard to connect a proper punch to your opponents head or body because in a match you would have to keep one shoulder guarding your jaw or both hands up where your jaw is, and with kickboxing it is more dangerous but,you can keep your distance by using your legs but you need to be careful with kick boxing because your not just gaurding one spot.
Some people may disagree, however what you are describing is Kickboxing. Tae Kwon Do is a kicking art....boxing deals with striking. Both are considered a Sport Art. Kickboxing.
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bharatanatyam becuz it has many moves than kick boxing
Not as we know it - perhaps, but they certainly had a boxing like sport.
LA boxing is one of the better schools near Hillsboro, Oregon for kick-boxing classes. You may want to sit in on a few classes to figure out which will be best for you.
Muay Thai kickboxing tends to focus on areas other than the knees and may be your best bet, if you really want to take up kick boxing. It is likely a better idea to simply take up regular boxing, as this takes focus away from the legs completely.