Kick Boxing Birthday Party Ideas

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Kick Boxing Birthday Party Ideas
Kick-boxing is a way to burn off that birthday cake. (boxing round image by Alina Isakovich from

Kick-boxing provides a full-body workout and has origins that date back more than 2,000 years to Asia. Competitive kick-boxing began in the 1970s as karate instructors began special competitions that allowed full-contact kicks. For a person who is interested in the sport, having a kick-boxing birthday party can provide a basic introduction for the party guests. Kick-boxing can burn anywhere from 350 to 450 calories an hour, according to the Teen's Health website, so you don't have to feel guilty about that piece of birthday cake.

Kick-boxing Studio Party

For those looking for a hassle-free party where you don't have to worry about set-up and clean-up, try to find a kick-boxing studio that offers birthday parties. These locations may provide services such as decorating, food, drinks and favours. At the party, expect guests to take place in activities such as a warm up, group kick-boxing lesson and kick-boxing games. When holding a party at an outdoor location, guests are often expected to provide their own cake, so be sure to check into this beforehand.

Backyard Party

Hold a backyard kick-boxing party. Send invitations to guests that look like boxing gloves and set up your back yard with individual mats on the grass. Hire a kick-boxing instructor to give a lesson to all the guests. Place a rope border around the space to represent the kick-boxing ring. Decorate the party space with kick-boxing posters and boxing gloves. Make a cake and add details to make it look like a kick-boxing ring.

Viewing Party

Plan your kick-boxing birthday party around a big match for the birthday girl's favourite competitor. This type of party works well for adults. Set up the area around your TV with posters promoting kick-boxing matches and events. To ensure guests have a comfortable place to sit, line up couches, chairs and beanbags in front of the screen. Have plenty of food and drinks on hand at a table nearby so guests won't have to miss a minute of the match. When the match is over, present the birthday girl a cake in the shape of boxing gloves.

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