Basingstoke Kickboxing Organisation

Combat and Defence Martial Art - We welcome all ages and abilities


The Sport

THE SPORT

A demanding and dynamic combat sport, great for fitness, self-defence and confidence. Disciplines include Point Fighting and Semi Contact

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THE CLASS

We have classes for all ages and abilities, from the very young with our Little Ninja's, a Beginners Academy and an International Fighting Squad.

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THE CLUB

With over 30 years experience competing at the highest levels of the sport. Focused and driven providing resulting on and off the tatami

Kickboxing - Self Defense, Fitness and Progression.


Performance - define your own success

Classes

We have classes for all ages


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Adult Classes 16+, focused on fighting drills, fitness and progressive belt grading

Adult Classes

Kids Kickboxing Classes

Kids Classes 7-15, Focused on devlopment, disicpline and progressive belt grading.

Kids Classes

Little Ninja Kickboxing

Little Ninja's, under 6, working on getting them used to learning, we teach the basics through fun and play.

Little Ninjas

 

Head over to our Classes page for a full class schedule

A progressive club - all inclusive and devlopment focused.


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Club News

Our latest News and Events


  • New ninja belts
    New ninja belts
    Congratulations to Poppy and Oscar who passed their Ninja belt on Tuesday. they did all their basic techniques and defences . Well Done !!
    September 13, 2019
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  • Kids Light contact class
    Kids Light contact class
    *NEW CLASS* Starting Thursday October 2nd 5-6pm we have a new junior Light con class. For all ages and grades under 16 including beginners.] Contact us to reserve a space.
    September 13, 2019
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  • Cimac Childrens open
    Cimac Childrens open
    Some great fighting from at the Children's open today. I was pleased to see the improvement that everyone has made over the summer. Particularly the younger fighters who attacked and used their hand techniques more. Robbie 1st, 2nd Szymon 1st, 2nd Maggie 1st, 1st, 4th Charlotte 1st, 1st Open weight Rossi 3rd Ellis 4th Ollie 4th, 4th Belle and Katrina didn't get a podium spot this time but were fighters of the day because they had improved so much and showed great spirit .Well done team! :)  
    September 13, 2019
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  • Beginners course September
    Beginners course September
    NEW BKO BEGINNERS COURSE STARTS WEDS SEPTEMBER 25TH 6-7pm The course runs for 6 weeks with a red belt grading at the end. Come and learn a great sport, keep fit, learn self defence and have fun. Become a champion. Working with other beginners and developing skills at your own pace in a safe and friendly environment. All other BKO classes are free for the duration of the course. (15 a week) £40 Message to reserve places.
    September 10, 2019
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  • WAKO Junior Euro championships
    WAKO Junior Euro championships
    BKO had two representatives at the WAKO Junior European championships in Hungary. This is the culmination of all the hard work and tournament training, competing and squad training that Paige and Charlotte have done over the last year.The tournament runs for a week with each fighter cometing one round per day and if successful progressing to the final on Saturday. Paige fought hard in her first round against a polish opponent. She dominated the fight with her strong punching and stopped her opponent several times in the second round to finish a clear winner. In the semi final her form improved and she once again dominated using her strong kicking combinations to pressure her opponent and then striking hard with her hands, Paige cleared her fighter by 10 points and went on to the final to meet her fellow GB team mate. Paige was giving away a large weight advantage here and she didn't get off to the best start after getting caught with a few simple shots. Paige constantly pushed her opponent in the second round and made gains using her punching combinations and speed, but she left herself too much to do and lost the bout. But it was a gold and silver for team GB in this section. Charlotte has been working on movement and countering for this championships and it stood her in good stead for her first round fight against an Italian opponent. Charlotte pressed her back with her kicks and then pulled her opponent into counters. In the final seconds of the bout Charlotte's movement proved it's worth as she avoided her opponent and then countered with a jumping side kick as she was being chased. This secured her a semi final place. In this bout she faced a German. As the fight progressed Charlotte was once again moving and evading and pulling her opponent onto her punches, but the referees seemed to see her opponents scores before Charlotte's. She pushed back and tried to recover the points, but was unable to change the result. Bronze medal for Charlotte and team GB. Charlotte was then selected to fight in the team event. GB were to face Ireland first of all and Charlotte showed her strength easily pressuring her Irish opponent with her legs and backfist follow up. Team GB progressed to the semi final where they faced Hungary. Charlotte was last fighter up and unfortunately had a lot of points to recover from the previous bouts. She continued with her usual style of forcing and pulling the opponent, but the Hungarian was content to keep a distance and let the time run down. Charlottte scored points, but it was to big a difference for her to get back. Team GB had to settle for Bronze this time. Well done girls! A great achievement and good grounding and experience for the World Championships next year.
    September 10, 2019
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