kickboxing – Introduction
A typical kickboxing class includes a cardiovascular warm-up, calisthenics, kick work, punch work, stance and movement drills, sparring in the ring and a cardiovascular cool-down that frequently includes stretching and resistance training.
Kickboxing and Weight loss
The resistance training aspect of calisthenics and kickboxing tools will build muscle. According to Harvard-based health writer Walter Willett, the more muscle a body has, the more calories it needs to perform every activity, even sleeping. As kickboxing training builds your muscle mass, it boosts your metabolism and pushes your body to lose weight even faster.
• Burns up to 800 calories an hour
• Targets your arms, shoulders, abs, thighs, and butt in one workout.
Concentration and balance exercises as well as stretching, strengthening and endurance sequences also belong to the class;
Timing Sat & Mon 7 – 8.30 pm
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