Maybe Cardio Kickboxing is just the thing you've been looking for. Each session is $5.00 each. There are no contracts or required days of attendance. Come when you want and get a full body workout for about the same cost of your favorite coffee beverage. If you are a student in one of our Karate programs the Cardio Kickboxing is included in your monthly tuition. We offer classes five days a week. Click to button below for a full list of the day and times Cardio Kickboxing sessions are avaliable.
Cardio kickboxing is an aerobic workout, which increases the heart rate and helps to burn fat and calories. During a one-hour workout, you can expect to burn between 350 to 450 calories. This all depends on your pace and how much effort you apply to the workout. The heart rate and blood circulation speed up, strengthening cardiovascular fitness. Your heart rate remains elevated as you jump, weave and bob through kicks and punches.
The use of kicks and punches during the exercise routine help to improve balance and coordination. Reflexes and focus become sharpened as a result of the workout.
Punches made with precision and power in kickboxing help to build upper- and lower-body muscles. The hamstrings become stronger as you master the art of kicking properly. Abdominal muscles are strengthened from the various positions required to perform many of the moves. Core strength is improved as you balance to perform the routines.
Because cardio kickboxing is a total-body workout, you can save time by combining your workouts into one routine. According to American Fitness Professionals and Associates, cardio kickboxing is an efficient use of your time. No physical contact is used in the exercise, but all the important aspects of exercising are included in the routine. Cardiovascular and respiratory fitness, flexibility, strength building, endurance and body composition all are covered with one workout.
Taking out your frustrations on a punching bag is an effective means of relieving stress, according to American Fitness Professionals and Associates. High-intensity workouts such as cardio kickboxing replace endorphins lost when the body becomes stressed.