With prehistorical records, Boxing became an olympic sport in 688 B.C. by the ancient Greeks.
Combat sport from Thailand that started in the middle of the 16th century during the battles between the Burmese of Konbaung Dynasty and Siam.
Developed in the Ryukyu Kingdom – China, and brought to the Japanese mainland in the early 20th century, where it became systematically taught.
Also called as Recruit Training, started in 1940, and is the initial instruction given to new personnel for military jobs in many nations.
Developed for the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) in the late 1940s.
Created from Karate, Muay Thai, and Western boxing, Japanese kickboxing was originated in the 1960s and the American in the 1970s.
Developed by the Americans in the early 1980s based on Russian warm-up jumps before track and field events.
Started in 1992 by Frank Thiboutot, who developed a program for the Bay Club in Portland, Maine, USA. He built a circuit training that offers a well-rounded combination of resistance training and cardiovascular conditioning in a course that relies on Kickboxing techniques. Given its proven effectiveness, Cardio Kickboxing continues to grow popularity all over the world.