Envision yourself – kickboxing workouts are making a comeback in 2020 so get your gloves ready to start martial arts fighting gallantly, brutal tactics, a kickboxing success sparring in the enchanted mirror, ready to fiercely attack, at this fundamental point you realistically are your own opponent.
What is Kickboxing?
Kickboxing by tradition incorporates a blend of boxing (punching) and karate (kicking). Once you know the basics, you can turn it up a notch and get your sweat on with a full blown martial arts workout. So, if you’re looking to amplify power, open your heart to confidence and harmonisation, or you’re just after a fantastic intense workout, kickboxing will bring you back to the future.
A Typical Kickboxing Workout
• starting with warm up, to get your heart pumping.
• moving to some dynamic stretching, straight leg swings.
• technical part: fundamental techniques of kickboxing
Distancing (full, half and close)
split-second decisions, to ascertain the critical distance between you and your aggressive opponents weak points, being close enough to typically generate enough power into a punch or kick, but far enough to back out of danger:
- Full – fully extended leg.
- half – fully extended jab or cross punch.
- Close – uppercuts and vicious hooks.
Relentless kickboxing requires you to intentionally make it difficult for your fierce opponent to launch, or properly complete a direct attack, and inadvertently allow yourself to counterattack before your opponent scarcely has time to return to guard position, this involves:
- Deflection – instantly push the attack aside to lessen the impact.
- Blocking – prevent the attack, before its launched to escape full impact
- Dodging – move enough to evade danger.
Kickboxing is good for you
• A whole-body workout for fitness, strength, flexibility, endurance, and coordination.
• You’ll learn all the combat skills and techniques
• A challenging activity that boosts confidence.