Christina Riddering Kids Martial Arts Instructor

Christina Riddering

Christina Riddering started her Martial Arts journey in Keichu-Do at the age of 9. By the age of 12, Christina became Victor Marx’s first female black belt. This was just the start of her Martial Arts career.

While pursuing a degree in Kinesiology, Christina started competitively fighting in kickboxing and Muay Thai. Competing took Christina to many different parts of the world, giving her unique experiences, skills, and a deeper love for training and learning new techniques. 

In 2006, Christina represented the United States in Muay Thai at the IFMA world Championship in Thailand. Her endeavors proved to be successful and she brought home the gold medal for her country. Later the same year, Christina won the IAMTF Woman’s Super Light Weight Championship.

Christina concluded her fighting career with a total career record of 17-2-1. Christina transitioned into teaching and has over 15 years of teaching martial arts to kids and adults.

Christina eventually received her B.S. degree in Kinesiology and maintained a very active and athletic lifestyle. Christina has competed in boxing, mixed martial arts and even Crossfit. Christina competed and won Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Challenge.

Christina loves kickboxing and believes it is a great way to stay in shape and have fun. Please come and join her work out!

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