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.














Kick boxing for everyone
Rain rain rain... I hope you are finding some ways to enjoy the rain. Do share one with me as I have no idea how to. Even in this weather, I see some regulars, Ken, Jerry, Tane and Gary coming to practice in our now, cooler dojo.
This month, there will be a professional kickboxing fight on the 17th. Our own Goh-Oh (ring name "Goh the King") will be fighting in a semi-final at Shinjuku Face (near Koma theatre in Kabuki-cho). Not many of you have met Goh, as he practices early in the evening, for not too long. So far he has won one, and lost one. He got injured the last time, which was more than 3 months ago, and is ready for another one. The fight will take place at around noon.
There will be another interesting event on that same day - "Dare-demo-kick (Kickboxing for everyone)" from 3:30 pm. Kickboxing for everyone - with or without disabilities. Hide sensei originally started this class with one of his students, OT, who suffered from a rare eye disorder. OT was a great kickboxer, though his disorder has gradually narrowed his visual field. Hide-sensei told him that he could still do kickboxing so as other people with physical disabilities. Since they started the class, Dare-demo-kick, the attendants gradually expanded and OT has started a class in Osaka a year ago. I've attended the class a few times and did kickboxing with them. To be honest, I could not tell what kind of disabilities most of them had. However, some of the attendants shared their stories, which they were rejected by the gyms or exercise classes because of their disabilities. I realized they weren't even getting any chances before even trying. When I saw them kickboxing, I did not see any reason why they should not be kickboxing. We did the same practice, 2-4-6 and combination techniques. I saw all of them enjoying and sharing the excitement with others. Our dojo mate, Ryo joined the dojo through this class, and has come a long way in both Jyu-jitsu and kickboxing. He has cerebral palsy, but worked really hard and became such a strong puncher with heavy hooks.
Do join us if you'd like to share your excitement in doing kickboxing with a new group of people.