Trained by three times World Champion, John Orchard and kickboxing since she was 19 Natalie has proven herself to be the Queen Bee of kickboxing. She currently holds titles including IKF PRO Women’s Lightweight World Champion, IKF Pro Women’s Super-Lightweight European Champion, WKU British Super-Lightweight Champion and WKU British Lightweight Champion.
Weighing in at 64kg, with 11 wins out of 14 fights and 2 TKO’s under her belt Natalie Bee competes in full contact kickboxing on both a national and European level and is one young lady that is taken very seriously when she steps in a ring.
Natalie’s Tips to Be The Best..
You need to have something that drives you, find your goal; Kickboxing is amazing for fitness, toning up and especially losing weight but it can also be a very competitive sport. So you can train to achieve your belts and grading or you can fight and work towards being a champion like me! Winning and fighting is the biggest buzz for me, getting in that ring is the biggest adrenaline rush there is, I strive to be the ultimate best, that’s my goal, my motivation!
You’ll find you will need a strong core for kickboxing as all movement is from the hips, both punching and kicking involves rotation of the core. Also when you start sparring there’s nothing worse than a punch in the stomach that winds you, so learn to braise for impact and build those stomach muscles.
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