Fun with Cardio Kickboxing
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What is Cardio Kickboxing?
This is an exercise that combines the elements of boxing, martial arts, and aerobics. Many Cardio Kickboxing instructors use equipment such as jump ropes and punching bags, and punching gloves. It is a fun way to exercise using every part of the body. It is a total body workout that really kicks.
Cardio kickboxing is a rigorous, fast moving, high calorie reducing exercise that also reduces and relieves stress. Not only are you working all your arms, legs, hips and upper torso, you are working on you are working on improve balance, flexibility, coordination, and endurance. This sport and exercise involves controlled punching and kicking movements carried out with the discipline and skills required for martial arts.
The best part about kickboxing is along with the total body workout you are learning the basics in self defense.
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Basic Kickboxing Punches
Jab: A jab is a fast straight punch thrown at the face. Just like boxing, a kickboxer throws the jab and quickly withdraws it for defense.
Hook: The hook is moving upward with the leading hand and moves from one side to the other in an arching motion.
Cross: A cross is a hit thrown with the left hand rightwards or the right hand leftwards. This is a quick hit punch and along with the jab it is the most common punch.
Upper Cut: The upper cut is a punch which is thrown from either hand to the chin of the opponent.
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