Not Your Ordinay Leg Warmers 80s Aerobic Workout

As a​ martial art,​ kickboxing in​ various forms,​ has been around for thousands of​ years. But Kickboxing as​ we​ know it​ today was formed as​ a​ separate sport in​ the​ 1960’s as​ more and more martial artists became increasingly frustrated with the​ strict rules and guidelines placed on​ martial arts performances and tournaments.

The sport began to​ grow as​ more and more martial arts movies hit the​ screens. Early movies such as​ “Fists of​ Fury” and “Enter the​ Dragon” started a​ trend that has grown bigger than anyone could have imagined at​ the​ time. These cult movies were followed by more general type movies that included martial arts in​ the​ fight scenes. Then kickboxing started showing up on​ TV as​ televised tournaments and TV series starring martial artists such as​ Chuck Norris and David Caradine captured the​ viewer interest and as​ public interest grew,​ so to​ did the​ reasons for people wanting to​ get involved and many more martial arts schools began to​ spring up. Many people are interested in​ kickboxing for self-defense. Others because of​ the​ fitness levels one can attain,​ some people learn kickboxing not only for the​ physical benefits but also for the​ spiritual discipline necessary for complete training. Then there are those who are merely interested in​ a​ different sport and enjoy the​ challenge of​ Kickboxing.

In this age of​ video and DVD it​ was only a​ matter of​ time before kickboxing moved to​ the​ next level. the​ Kickboxing Video. These videos have become increasingly popular and you can be sure there is​ one to​ suit your fitness level,​ the​ style you are interest in​ and the​ amount of​ interest you have. the​ range is​ enormous,​ there are videos by well know celebrities,​ personal trainers,​ martial artists,​ martial arts schools.

There are loads of​ topics and styles. Fat burner kickboxing,​ those based on​ squats,​ punches,​ jabs and kicks,​ videos that give a​ cardio workout with lots of​ fast kicks and powerful punches that keeps you moving. Then of​ course there is​ the​ popular and trendy Tae Bo that took the​ exercise world by storm. Most of​ these Kickboxing videos offer a​ 45 -60 min recording with approximately a​ 30 min work out. There are also the​ 10 and 15 minutes work out videos aimed at​ those who want a​ quick workout dome often. Other kickboxing Videos pride themselves on​ teaching you how to​ work on​ your flexibility and the​ accuracy of​ kicks and punches. Nearly all of​ these workouts are done to​ up tempo music to​ keep you moving. Some videos even go into the​ mediation side in​ preparation for the​ workout

Depending on​ what you are looking for,​ these videos can be a​ great help with your home practice in​ between classes or​ enough to​ whet your appetite for a​ more structured course. Kickboxing videos can be purchased at​ video shops,​ department stores,​ over the​ internet,​ mail order or​ at​ your local Kickboxing school.

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