Kickboxing

Kickboxing is a very popular form of martial art, because this is one of the most spectacular and cinematic sports. A master of kickboxing successfully masters the techniques of Thai and English boxing, wushu, karate and even taekwondo. If the main goal of taking up a sport is to learn effective self-defence, then kickboxing is the most suitable option!

Kickboxing appeared in the USA in the 70’s of the 20th century, which makes it one of the youngest martial arts. The name “kickboxing” can be translated literally into other languages as “fighting with arms and legs”, which, in fact, accurately reflects the specific character of this form of combat. Incidentally, the invention of this term is attributed to Chuck Norris, who is considered the most famous populariser of this sport. A significant advantage of kickboxing is the different grades that are calculated precisely depending on the age and strength of the athlete. And attention is focused not only on the development of muscle mass, but also on coordination, endurance, flexibility and speed. Despite the fact that kickboxing is a contact sport, training and subsequent competitions are entirely safe.

Among parents there is a preconception that martial arts classes will make a child more aggressive, but this is not the case at all. On the contrary the physically developed child is more collected and restrained and never allows themself to wrongly hurt others. This kind of sport teaches self-discipline and self-control: a real athlete always knows what they are capable of and will never use force only for the sake of boasting. Kickboxing really tempers a child’s character, teaches them not to rest on their laurels and to seek even more impressive results, in fact this sport requires sports passion.

Kickboxing is not called one of the most perfect sports for nothing – it is simple and extremely effective. This sport not only helps develop combat capabilities, but also positively impacts on health, both physically and psychologically. Boys and girls can attend classes at any age, because we have a large number of special programmes for children and adolescents, starting from 5-6 years of age. Thus, from earliest childhood a person gets used to keeping both their body and their mind in shape. Kickboxing will help a child to become stronger, fit, flexible, persistent and patient. It is a very versatile and multi-faceted form of training, which is precisely suited to a successful future!

Recent events

  1. 26/10/2019

    Tallinn Cup 2019 karate tournament will be held on October 26, 2019 in the Sports Hall of Tallinn Technical University (Männiliiva tänav 7, 13414 Tallinn). Children from 6 to 15 years of age will participate in the kata categories (team and individual competitions) and kumite (team and individual competitions). In the Open categories there is a prize money.

  2. 09/02/2019

    On 09.02.2019 the 2nd stage of the JYOSHINMON Grappling League Tournament for 2018-2019 was held. The competition was attended by 93 athletes from the 6 clubs. Along with our regular partners  "Tokon", "Spordiliider" and "Vigor", the following athletes  from Latvia participated: clubs "BJJ Academy" and "Gracie Barra". All athletes showed character and a will to win. Well done!!!

  3. 26/01/2019

    On 26th January, the TARTU OPEN 2019 international kickboxing tournament took place in Tartu. Competitions were held in the ring according to the rules of K-1. From our club Anna and Alex Vitol took place. Alex managed to win gold, Anna received silver. Many thanks to Artur Küla, who travelled with the guys, helped to fight and win!

  4. 19/01/2019

    Winter Tournament 2018 Winter Tournament 2018 On 19 January 2019 the 2nd stage of the JYOSHINMON Karate League was held. The competition was attended by   the karatekas from the clubs „RIVETA“, „IMPACT“ and „TAIFU“. All the athletes tried hard and demonstrated their skill and will  to win. We congratulate the winners and wish them further victories! Well done!

  5. 06/01/2019

    At the end of the winter camp, a qualifying exam was held under the guidance of the chief instructor of the Western Region of Russia of the All-Russian Federation Jyoshinmon Shorin-ryu Karate-do Sharadze Vakhtang Yuzovich (6th  Dan Karate Jyoshinmon Shorin-Ryu Karate-Do). The exam was successfully passed by students of coach Alexander Mikhailovich Lanberg: Artjom Kitšinski and Maxim Zinovkin received the 1st Dan in Karate Jyoshinmon Shorin-Ryu Karate-Do. Well done! Congratulations and we wish you further success!

  6. 05/01/2019

    From 2 to 5 January 2019 a winter camp was held for karate. The trainings were held under the guidance of the famous Karate master Sharadze Vakhtang Yuzovich:  -  6 Dan Karate Jyoshinmon Shorin-Ryu Karate-Do;  -  5 Dan Yoshin-ryu Kobudo;  -  6 Dan Uechi-ryu Karate, holder of the Renshi degree;  -  Chief Instructor of the Western Region of Russia of the All-Russian Federation Jyoshinmon Shorin-Ryu Karate-do. In 2010, Vakhtang Yuzovich Sharadze held Kobudo and Tameshiwari (extreme breaking up of objects) at the...

  7. 30/12/2018

    From 24th to 25th December 2018 a winter sports camp for junior belts was held. All the guys tried very hard and worked hard during all these days. On 30th December, an examination for belts took place - all Karatekas received the following belt. Well done, kids! Keep it up!

  8. 16/12/2018

    15th -16th December: BALTIC CUP 2018, K-1 WAKO tournament for athletes aged 7-16 years.In total, 85 athletes from 13 clubs in Estonia, Lithuania, Russia and Latvia took part.2 athletes from our club attended.Alex Vitol took 1st place in his category, and Anna Vitol - 3rd.

  9. 15/12/2018

    15th December 2018, the Christmas boxing tournament was held in the  Mustamäe Children's Creative House. Iskender Samat and Alex Vitol from our club took part in the competition. Both took 2nd  place.Many thanks to Artur Küla for the support!

  10. 01/12/2018

    On 1st December, the annual Tallinn Open kickboxing tournament was held in the TTU hall. Athletes from Estonia, Latvia and Belarus participated in the competition organised by our best club Jyoshinmon Shorinryu and the Estonian Kickboxing Federation (WAKO Estonia). Competitions were held in 2 disciplines: LIGHT CONTACT and KICK-LIGHT.  Most athletes demonstrated the will to win, perseverance and good technique. Congratulations to the winners and thanks to all the participants, coaches, as well as parents! Special thanks to our coach...

  11. 17/11/2018

    On 17.11.2018 the 1st stage of the JYOSHINMON Grappling League Tournament for 2018-2019 was held. The competition was attended by athletes from 3 years of age. Also athletes from jiu-jitsu and Thai boxing  clubs participated: "Tokon", "Spordiliider", "Vigor" and "Garant". For many, it was the first competition in their lives, all the guys tried to show character and the will to win. Well done!!!

  12. 10/11/2018

    On 10th November 2018, a regular tournament in the Estonian Karate League was held in Tartu The Karatekas  from our club won 8 golds, 5 silvers and 1 bronze medal, taking the 1st place in the team event. Lanberg Aljona — 1st place kumite. Antonova Annika — 2nd place kumite. Mazur Alesja  —  1st place kumite and kata. Vitol Anna — 2nd place kumite. Fedullin Kirill — 2nd place kumite. Tsirtsinis Aleks — 1st place kumite. Zinovkin Kirill — 1st...

  13. 09/11/2018

    10.11.2018 the "DISTRICT ELDER BIG CUP TOURNAMENT" competition was held at the "Kristiine Spordihall" for Wushu Sanda Wushu Sanshou is a modern Chinese art of hand-to-hand combat and a type of sports contact martial art. Sanshou means "free fight." As a martial art, Wushu was developed by the Chinese military based on the study and practice of traditional Kung Fu, modern methods of self-defence and elements of other combat systems. It combines punches and kicks, throws and grabs. The fight...

  14. 27/10/2018

    On 27 October 2019 the 1st stage of the JYOSHINMON International Karate League was held. The Karatekas from Odessa, Ukraine took part in the competition. The competition was also attended by the karatekas from the clubs „RIVETA“, „IMPACT“ and „TAIFU“. All the athletes tried hard and demonstrated their skill and will  to win. We congratulate the winners and wish them further victories! Well done!

  15. 20/10/2018

    On 20 October 2018 the Championship of Tallinn for Karate took place. The guys from our club won 6 gold, 4 silver and 2 bronze medals, taking 3rd place in the team competition. Lanberg Aljona — 1st place kumite and 2nd place kata. Mazur Alesja —  1st place kata and 2nd place kumite. Vitol Anna — 1st place kumite. Šimkunas David — 1st place kumite and 3rd place kata. Volkov Viktor — 1st place kumite. Grintshuk Robert — 1st place...

  16. 14/10/2018

    On 14th October 2018, the Tallinn Open International Karate Tournament was held in Tallinn, in which more than 300 athletes took part. The guys from our club won 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals, taking 13th place in the team competition (a total of 31 clubs from 8 countries). Lanberg Aljona — 1st place kumite and 2nd place kata. Zinovkin Kirill — 2nd place kumite. Šimkunas David — 2nd place kumite. Mazur Alesja — 3rd place kata. Also...

  17. 30/09/2018

    On 29th September 2018, the Corpore Cup 2018 karate tournament was held in Pärnu. The guys from our club won 5 golds, 2 silvers and 2 bronze medals, taking 3rd place in the team competition.  Lanberg Aljona — 1st place kumite, 3rd place kata. Zinovkin Kirill — 1st place kumite, 2nd place kata. Volkov Viktor — 1st place kumite. Šimkunas David — 2nd place kumite, 3rd place kata. Grintshuk Robert — 1st place kumite. Zinovkin Kirill — 1st place kumite....

  18. 29/09/2018

    09/29/2018 Ventspils Kickboxing Championship 2018 (kick-light, light-contact) was held. 4 athletes from our club participated, each of which received awards in their own category: Anna Vitol – 1st place light-lcontact, 1st place kick-light Aleks Vitol – 1st place light-lcontact, 2nd place kick-light Martin Ostrovski – 1st place light-lcontact, 2st place kick-light Norman Ostrovski – 1st place light-lcontact, 2st place kick-light Many thanks to Nikita Antonov, who travelled with the guys to Ventspils and helped them to win!

  19. 23/09/2018

    In the city of Lido di Jesolo (Italy), from 15th to 23rd September 2018, the World Kickboxing Championship among cadets and juniors (WAKO) took place. 2,300 participants from 10 to 18 years old from 67 countries of five continents competed in 7 sections of this sport. From our club, 3 athletes joined the Estonian national team: Artjom Kitšinski, Robert Grinchuk and Maxim Taraskin. As a result of labourious work, we managed to get two awards: in the ring (low-kick) +...

  20. 18/08/2018

    From 5 to 18 August 2018 the 2nd summer sports camp JYOSHINMON SHORINRYU KARATE-DO was held in the village of Klooga. On the final day an exam was held, where our Karatekas confirmed their knowledge and skills with their spirit and body. All tried and most were able to improve their skills and have received the corresponding belt. Well done!!! Unfortunately, some kids, due to serious injury, were not able to take part in the exam. But don't lose heart,...

  21. 24/06/2018

    From 24 June to 30 June 2018 in the village of Klooga the 1st Jyoshinmon summer sports camp was held. The guys trained a lot, rested and played sports. On the final day an exam was held, where our Karatekas confirmed their knowledge and skills with their spirit and body. All tried and most were able to improve their skills and have received the corresponding belt. Well done!!! Kloogaranna Noortelaager, 11390, Kloogaranna, Harjumaa

  22. 17/06/2018

    Mustamäe, Männipark Performance by athletes from the Jyoshinmon club at the festival of national cultures and martial arts https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kzaCA3oaYEM&feature=youtu.be

  23. 26/05/2018

    In the team event our  Karatekas took an honourable 6th place (a total of 31 clubs from 6 countries), having won 8 medals: 3 gold, 2 silver and 3 bronze medals: 1st place:  (KUMITE) — Aljona Lanberg, Anna Vitol, Robert Grintshuk; 2nd place: (KUMITE) — David Šimkunas, Maksim Zinovkin; 3rd place: (KATA) — Aljona Lanberg; (KUMITE) – Angelina Grents, Antonova Annika;   Also, according to the results from the sports season 2017-2018, our Karatekas won the Estonian Karate League cups:...

  24. 19/05/2018

    From 17.05 to 20.05.2018 the 24th World Kickboxing Cup for Cadets and Juniors was held in Budapest. 2600 athletes from 230 clubs worldwide took part in competition. From our club Maksim Taraskin and Artjom Kitšinski took part. Maxim won the World Cup, finishing in 1st place among senior cadets in the kick-light. Artjom, winning 4 fights, won silver in the kick-light (Juniors - 69). We heartily congratulate the winners! Keep it up!

  25. 12/05/2018

    On 12.05.2018 the fourth and final stage of the JYOSHINMON League 2017-2018 grappling tournament was held. There were also guests from the "VIGOR" jiu-jitsu club. https://vigorsportclub.ee/ru/2018/05/14/sorevnovaniya-12-05-2018/  

  26. 05/05/2018

    On 05 May 2018 the Estonia Cup 2018 - Light Contact/Kick Light kickboxing tournament was held in Tartu. Participants in the competition came from the best clubs in Estonia. There were 12 athletes from our club. 8 of them took 1st place: Robert Grintshuk, Artjom Kitšinski, David Šimkunas, Martin Ostrovski, Norman Ostrovski, Anna Vitol, Mihhail Kustov, Artjom Zhmud. 4 athletes won the silver: Maksim Taraskin, Timur Minosenko, Aleks Vitol, Anika Antonova   Congratulations to all winners!

  27. 21/04/2018

    On 21 April the Open Karate Tournament for the Prizes from the Moscow Federation of Jyoshinmon Shorin Ryu Karate" in Memory of the Hero of the Soviet Union E.V. Vysotsky was held. The tournament attracted clubs from Russia, Ukraine and Estonia. In the team classification our  Karatekas took 3rd place. They won 4 gold, 1 silver and 4 bronze medals: 1st place: Aleksandr Lanberg – (kata 35+); Alesja Mazur - (kata girls 12-13 years old), Kirill Zinovkin- (kata boys 10-11...

  28. 14/04/2018

    On 14 April 2018 the international karate tournament "Grand Prix Jurmala  2018" was held. Karatekas from our club took part in the competition. They won 3 bronze medals: Aljona Lanberg in kata and kumite, Martin Ostrovski in kumite. Erik Gasporyan, one step away from a medal, took 5th place. Well done!

  29. 14/01/2017

    Estonian Open Karate Championship: TEAM KUMITE 1st place: Estonia: Artjom Kitšinski, Nikita Sokolov (Budo), Aleksei Ustinov, Jevgeni Glusko (Iman) 1st place: Alesja Mazur, David Šimkunas, Aleksei Ustinov; 2nd place: Kirill Zinovkin, Viktor Volkov; 3rd place: Maksim Zinovkin, Artjom Kitšinski; Anna Vitol

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