HIDE'S KICK is the total workout gym owned by HIDE MIYOSHI who coaches K1 fighters and mix martial arts fighters.



Hide's Kick

HHIDE'S KICK is the total workout gym owned by HIDE MIYOSHI who coaches K1 fighters and mix martial arts fighters.
The gym was opened on Apr.2007.

HIDE'S KICK integrates all kinds of hot combat sports and exercises including kickboxing,Jiu jitsu,Mix martial arts, Wrestling,Taekqondo,andYoga. We are currently seeking members from beginners to advanced level players. Players and athletes who who want to start a combat sports or to practice as a professional.

Our staff is open for inquiries and we provide free trial lesson. Everyone is welcome !!
Do not hesitate to come and check the lesson.














August schedule.

Days closed.

14th, 15th and 31st

Special opening days

11 Mountain Day, holiday opening 2pm-4pm Kickboxing.

We have always been open during the Bon holidays, but this year we are taking the plunge and closing. Every year we don't get that many visitors, so we thought 'next year we'll take a break', but we've been sneaky about it. This year I have nothing to do, but I will take a break. I'll probably be in the dojo watching films and drinking.

Friday 28 July will be a day off. From that day onwards, the Tottori summer camp will finally start. We will go to the beach, have fireworks, practice with Tottori kids... We will take care of safety and have fun with all our might. We would like to ask for the cooperation of the staff in Kurayoshi and the parents in Tokyo.


Kazuki's debut fight

Now, Kazuki's debut fight is coming soon. He will be fighting at a catch-weight of 71 kg, and it will be his fourth match at 18:15. That day is a weekday, Wednesday, but since we are all going to cheer him on, I'm going to make a bold decision to take the day off. Oh, we will have Jiu-Jitsu at noon.

Kazuki has had a number of injuries, but I think they are getting to the point where they don't bother him anymore. I think he will be practicing even harder from now on. Your cheering for Kazuki when he is tired will inspire him, so please give him your support. I am in charge of the kids' and girls' classes, so it seems that all of my students will be there to cheer me on. I am sure you will hear their gorgeous cheers. I think you will hear ochre-colored cheers from Sura-chan, who will drown them out. The girls are making handmade fans. I'm really looking forward to this once-in-a-lifetime debut. Let's have a drink somewhere on the way home.

Kids' classes

Kids' classes are held three times a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5:00 p.m. ... and Sundays at 4:00 p.m. Everyone seems to be having fun while being loudly scolded by the teacher in charge, Mr. Kazuki. Everyone's voice is so high that it's really loud! (laugh) But that is also pleasant. (Laughs) But it is also pleasant.

What we emphasize in the kids' class is

Obeying the rules.

Being able to greet and respond to others.

To be able to move their bodies as they wish through various exercises.

To be able to act in a group.

To learn the fun of sports through kicks.

Of course, there are differences among the students, but they are all making rapid progress with the support of Mr. Kazuki. Sometimes there are skirmishes. But by the time they leave, they are getting along well with each other.

In the kids' class, we always have a jump rope activity. After six months, everyone is able to jump rope properly. There is even a second grader who can do over 100 double jumps. If they can do that well, they will not be embarrassed in elementary school.

We also do mat exercises. Mat exercises are good for them to be able to use their bodies as they wish. At the same time, they learn ukemi. Children who can't ukemi can break their arms, hit their heads, or fall on their faces and have their teeth go through their lips. (By practicing ukemi, we can reduce the risk of serious injury as much as possible.

Being able to play with rules outside of school will help them (1) eat well, (2) sleep well, and (3) study...I don't know, but it will make them stronger both mentally and physically, which I think is a great benefit to their growth.

Girls Class

Hello. Kazuki writing!

It's been a year since the girls class started last year. These days, there are more days when more than four people can practice in a class! I feel like I'm finally starting to be able to call it a class I'm so happy as a person in charge and so grateful to the students who are attending! (# ^ ^ #)

This time, I'd like to introduce you to the practice!

Girls' class is a 50 minute class for strength training and kickboxing practice.

First of all, you need to raise your heart rate in jump rope and step events. I'm not good at this event and I'm complaining about it, but compared to the beginning, I've gained enough stamina to keep flying.

After I finish the 2R up, I put in a drill to increase my body's range of motion + balance. There are some people in the class who don't have much experience with exercise, so I include this menu as a physical control exercise.

After finishing up, the 50 minute class ends with form practice and mitt shooting. The age range is from the twenties to the seventies, with the whiter generation coming!

With the start of a new life, please come and experience it.


Interleague matches will be held at K1 Taiko (Hachioji) on April 16. We are expecting a little less than 10 players from us. Thank you for your support. Time will follow ...

April 30, 14:00 - Kids drinking party at Dojo

16:00 - After party

Starting this year, we have made a rule that interleague and official games must be practiced at least four times a week. I set it up because it was disrespectful to my opponent and second to get in the ring after practicing only a few times a month. When this is over, it will finally be Kaeske's professional debut. It will debut at Fighting Nexus on May 21. We will announce it again.

We will hold a get-together before GW in April. Let's make a lot of noise, both those with results and those without.