Quick Cardio Kickboxing Routine

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Are you looking for a quick workout to get your heart rate up and burn calories in a time-effective way? Then this heart-pumping cardio kickboxing routine is for you! In just five to ten minutes you can get an amazing cardio workout in and feel empowered as Chris shows you how to jab, punch, and kick your way to a better body in less time.

Kickboxing is an amazing total-body workout that not only burns calories, but leaves you feeling powerful and strong. Chris will guide you through a quick warm up to get you started in this cardio kickboxing routine. This will wake up your muscles and prepare you for the high-energy workout ahead. You’ll do some squats and a boxer shuffle as she shows you the proper stance and form to take during the workout. Chris will remind you to stay light on your feet and keep your abs engaged throughout this cardio kickboxing routine.

You’ll perform basic kickboxing moves like uppercuts, jabs, and kicks as Chris leads you through each series of movements, interspersing squats and other bodyweight moves to give you a full-body workout. You’ll do front and back kicks that target your glutes and leg as well as cross-punches and squat kicks that get your heart rate up and work your total body. You’ll also try some cardio kickboxing moves like the speed bag and bob and weave.

Combining light plyometric work with kickboxing go-to’s and bodyweight moves, this quick cardio kickboxing routine will torch calories and make you feel stronger than ever. On days when you’re pressed for time, this quick routine is the perfect workout to squeeze in first thing in the morning or over your lunch break; or add this cardio kickboxing routine on to some of our other at home workouts for women.

All exercises you perform are your own responsibility and you perform them at your own risk. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider before starting any physical exercise, fitness or wellness regiments of any kind.

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