The Andy Souwer Kickboxing University app helps you exercise at home and become a better athlete. Dutch kickboxing legend and multiple world champion Andy Souwer shares all his knowledge with you in a complete series of exclusive videos.
This is the right app for you whether you are a professional fighter amateur athlete or starter that just needs a good cardio workout. It offers instructions examples and tips to learn both the basics and special techniques of kickboxing. The app is free to use for a period of two months. Do you like it? Continue using it for an attractive monthly subscription.
All instruction videos are organized in categories that give you the right overview of this exciting sport. They will challenge you and provide a good workout. You can also follow one of the many classes in which we grouped the videos for experts intermediates or starters. Some of them zoom in on specials drills techniques or tactics of kickboxing. Want to train specific for one item or sharpen your skills? You can favorite the videos you like most! Videos categories and classes are updated regularly with new material. We guarantee to keep you exercising learning and become fit while doing so.
Andy Souwer is a Dutch kickboxing legend from Den Bosch The Netherlands. He started kickboxing when he was 7 years old and turned pro as a 16-year-old teenager. At the age of eighteen he already owned three World titles in three different associations.
He had a successful career as a shoot boxing star before he made his debut in the K-1 World Max in 2003. Andy won world titles in the K-1 World Max in 2005 and 2007. With his dynamic Dutch fighting style and classic long fighting pants he was one of the true icons in the glory days of kickboxing.
As a coach Andy teaches you the complete arsenal of kickboxing techniques you will ever need as a professional or amateur athlete. Regular practice repetition and ‘automation’ of your kickboxing moves is an important part of his coaching framework.
This app is proudly produced by Shareforce.nl video production by Rick van Eijndhoven.