Try Natalie Burn’s ‘Killer’ Core and Kickboxing Workout
Start with a five-minute cardio warm-up, such as jogging on the spot or using a jump rope to increase your heart rate, preparing your body for exercise.
This is one of my favorite exercises! My personal record for holding a plank is 12 minutes
Exercise 6: Pilates Hundreds
Modifications: Increase the intensity by adding weights or reps. To make the routine easier, you can drop the number of reps until you feel more comfortable.
Hungry for more? Here’s another one of my current workout routines that includes kickboxing and boxing exercises:
Perform the following exercises in a circuit fashion, moving from one exercise to the next with minimal rest. Once you complete all exercises, rest for 1-2 minutes and repeat the circuit for a total of 3-4 rounds.
Finish your workout with a five-minute cooldown that includes gentle stretching exercises for your entire body, paying extra attention to your core, hips, and legs.
It’s important to note that kickboxing and boxing exercises require proper technique and form to ensure safety and effectiveness. If you’re new to these activities, it is recommended to seek guidance from a qualified instructor in order to learn the proper techniques and gradually increase the intensity as you progress.
Remember to always listen to your body and adjust the workout intensity based on your individual needs and abilities. But most of all, have fun with these workouts!