Kickboxing Workout for Fitness

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Kickboxing is a sport that has been around for hundreds of years. It requires cardiovascular endurance and speed. Our kickboxing workout is not intended to train anyone for a fight. What it does, however, is to take the spirit and physical demands of kickboxing and channel it into a challenging and fun cardiovascular workout that is sure to help people like you burn calories like a professional kickboxer.

An average kickboxing workout burns an average of 500 calories an hour. It targets your arms, shoulders, abs, thighs, and buttocks in one workout through the following movements:

 

Punching

 

Punching is one of the usual components of any kickboxing workout and it involves the use of heavy bags or speed bags, and pads. Quick jabs and hook punches are the best combination if you want to tone your upper arms, shoulders, and chest.

 

Kicking

 

Leg motions are another aspect of our kickboxing workout. There are three primary kicks to start out with. They are front, side, and roundhouse kicks. We usually start with kicking at nothing just to help you stretching and increase your kicking range. As you go through your regular kickboxing workout, you will eventually kick bags, pads, or punching dummy. These help you quickly tone your leg muscles because you use your entire leg to maintain a strong balance and stance while doing multiple sets of kicks.

 

Core Training

 

Your “core” includes the abs and lower back muscles. And while these parts get unintentional workout when you perform the punches and kicks, our kickboxing workout still includes core strengthening exercises such as crunches and side bends. Building the core helps you grow your stamina as well as tone your body.

 

Our kickboxing workout is guaranteed to be not only an excellent cardiovascular workout, but also a positive and productive way to relieve stress.

 

Do not worry if you feel a little uncoordinated during your first class. It is completely normal. People react differently to the various moves included in the workout. We usually make our routines by combining basic movements that get better with practice. It usually takes at least three to five classes before our attendees feel like they know the movements. So don’t stress yourself too much and just enjoy our kickboxing workout!

 

Title Boxing Club
8440 Cooper Creek Blvd., University, Park, FL 34201
941-358-8252
http://titleboxingclub.com/

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