World champion kickboxer to teach Bay women self-defence

IAN 'Powerhouse' Jacobs has the world's fasting knockout time in kickboxing history.

Now Fraser coast women have the chance to learn self-defence from the three time World Champion kickboxer when he comes to the PCYC on Friday, November 20.

Mr Jacobs will be holding self-defence workshops which has been specifically aimed at reducing domestic violence and promoting personal safety.

Mr Jacobs will also be conducting a junior skills workshop on Saturday, November 21 which will be followed by demonstrations from the PCYC's boxing, muay tai, zen do kai, mixed martial arts and judo instructors.

Saturday's main event will be a muay tai kickboxing demonstration between Mr Jacobs, who holds the world record for fastest knockout in kickboxing history, and Hervey Bay police Senior Constable Amit Singh.

For more information contact the PCYC on 4124 5211.



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