Kickboxing Workout Routine: Part 1
This Kickboxing Workout Routine works your arms and legs. This fat-burning workout is popular, especially with women looking for low-impact movements. Do the workout 2-3 times through, or move on to the Kickboxing Workout Routine: Part 2. The key to this workout is to keep bouncing. There’s a certain rhythm you need to maintain for an optimal workout.
Kickboxing Workout Routine Includes:
- Jab and Squat
- Squat and Kick
- Jab Cross Jab
- Smack and Jump
Kickboxing Workout: Jab and Squat
Push down then all the way on the squat. Jab fast, try to go faster each time. Hold the squat down each time, while pulling in your core. Pick back up, and focus back on your jabs and jacks.
Kickboxing Workout: Squat and Kick
On the squat, balance and dig in on your heels. Here you trade off between kicking on one side, and then moving quickly to the other side. Turn your body sideways for the sidekicks.
Kickboxing Workout: Jab Cross Jab
In between your Jab, Cross, Jab, do some Jumping Jacks. Speed it up if you can. Throughout the workout, you will rotate sides. This way, you work both sides of your body.
Kickboxing Workout: Smack and Jump
Alternate between smacking to one side, and then to the other. Keep your abs tight, while making sure you’re breathing through each exercise.
This routine is a popular arms and legs workout. It’s an especially popular workout for women. Ready for More? Move on to the Kickboxing Workout Routine Part 2.
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Kickboxing includes the kicks of martial arts, bodyweight resistance exercises, plyometrics, and advanced core routines. It is a whole-body workout that is cardiovascular in nature but concentrates on the lower body and the core. The result is a program that will increase your fitness level and make you lean and tone. It is worth to try work out for all ages.
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