Kickboxing is a form of boxing and martial arts, and is a great way to get some exercise. If you learn kickboxing from a martial arts school, this will ensure you do it correctly. Below are some of the benefits of choosing kickboxing as your form of exercising. Burn Calories Fast Kickboxing is a form of cardio, and can help you burn calories and fat quickly. For example, on average, you will burn between 500 and 600 calories after kickboxing for one hour. If you are taking an intense kickboxing class, you could burn up to 1000 calories per hour. Kickboxing works well to get rid of that stubborn belly fat, which puts you at an increased risk of diabetes and heart disease. Tone Your Entire Body When you perform kickboxing, you are using all of the muscles in your body. If you use kickboxing pads, you use even more muscles. This means you will tone your entire body giving you a trimmer waste line, strong arms, strong legs, and even make your back muscles stronger, which can reduce backaches. Relieve Stress Kicking and punching at a bag does wonders of relieving any stress you may be feeling. Imagine the thing or person that has made you mad with every kick and punch. This may even make you kick and punch even harder. Stress can give you headaches, stomach aches, heartburn, and can even make you feel depressed. You will feel a weight come off your shoulders each time you walk out of your kickboxing class. Defend Yourself You will pick up some great self-defense tips if you take a kickboxing class. This is not as good as taking judo or karate for self-defense, but it will help. Your instructor will likely show you different types of kicks that can be used to protect yourself. You could easily knock an assailant down or at least slow them down enough so you can get away. Gives You Better Posture When you do kickboxing, you work with core muscle groups, as well as small muscle groups. This ensures all the muscles in your body gets the attention they need. Because you will have much stronger muscles, you have a stronger core, which means you will have better posture. Visit some martial arts schools in your area (like Master S.H. Yu Martial Arts) to see if they teach kickboxing. You could also take kickboxing along with some other martial arts...
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