Live Life Well with Kickboxing

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kickboxingOne of the best exercises for weight loss and overall health is kickboxing. It offers a full-body exercise that aims at both muscle toning and cardiovascular endurance. If performed regularly, kickboxing works on every major muscle group in the body in an enjoyable and energetic way. In addition, it enhances flexibility, coordination, balance and self-confidence. At You Live Life Well by Michelle Cohen, kickboxing is one of the major exercises taught and practiced.

What is Kickboxing?

Kickboxing combines aerobics and martial arts with boxing, and thereby it encompasses all the exercises that work on our various muscle groups. No wonder, it burns a significant amount of calories and at the same time tones muscles. Because of this, kickboxing is getting more and more popular among weight loss and health enthusiasts.

Movements Involved

As kickboxing is a combination of boxing, aerobics and martial arts, it involves movements from all these exercise types, such as kicks, punches and jumps.

Benefits

Kickboxing is an excellent cardiovascular workout. Since it involves a variety of movements in a sequence, it is enjoyable and not cumbersome like many other vigorous exercise types. However, you should plan well for this activity as, if you are not very good at movements or have not a fair amount of cardiovascular strength, you may soon get frustrated and leave the exercise. Here coaches like Michelle Cohen step in. Michelle Cohen has taken an extensive training in kickboxing as well as other high intensity exercises with world-famous coaches like Charles Poliquin. Therefore she has a huge experience in kickboxing about what difficulties can arise, how to overcome frustrations and how to improve day-by-day, and designs an exercise plan for you accordingly.

Here are some major benefits of kickboxing:

  • Kickboxing usually burns around one-fourth of your daily caloric intake; however, this amount may vary depending upon your weight.
  • If you do stretches and other exercises or if you are engaged in a sport too, kickboxing is very beneficial to you to increase your flexibility, so that other activities become extremely easy.
  • Kickboxing also improves your agility and balance, whereby risk of injuries due to falls and muscle sprains reduces to a great extent.
  • If you are an exercise-hater, kickboxing can inculcate a love for exercise in you, because it is an extremely fun and enjoyable exercise.

Visit YouLiveLifeWell.com to know how Michelle can help you in taking up kickboxing and other high intensity workouts, design proper nutrition for you and lead you towards health and fitness.

Take up kickboxing and live life well!

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