Need a new year health kick? try Kick boxing!
KICK-BOXING is good for your heart as it increases the heart rate and in turn increases blood flow which means a healthy heart and good healthy clean lungs as you will intake more oxygen. It improves joints for flexibility and easy movement that could help in the future with arthritic pains. A gain in strength, balance and coordination will help ease any day to day activity. It’s also a great way to tame stress as it will help with blood pressure.
You can expect a physically demanding workout, especially if you go all-out for an hour-long class. Not ready for that? You and your instructor can modify kick-boxing to meet your needs.
Work at your own pace. Start slow and drink water during and after your workout. If you don’t feel well, stop.
Is It Good for Me If I Have a Health Condition?
If your doctor says it’s OK for you, kick-boxing is a great way to help manage many heart- and diabetes-related disorders by burning fat,sugar,calories,and will help keep you fit and healthy. If you need to modify any moves or an entire session for health reasons it’s often possible just let your instructor know.
knee or back injuries can hinder you as doing squats, twisting, and balancing on one leg can stress your back or aggravate a knee problem Kick-boxing makes you stronger, which can prevent injuries like these in the first place.
If you’re pregnant and you’ve been kick-boxing, ask your doctor if it’s OK for you to keep doing it. Make sure you drink plenty of water and don’t get exhausted by the workout and take it at you’re own pace as you’re self and baby are priority.
Benefits of Kick Boxing,
Cardio, Blood Pressure, Healthy Heart, Breathe Easy, Healthy Lungs,Stress Relief and Burning off unwanted Calories.
If you would like to start up kick boxing the British kick boxing council can find you a local club: