Safety Precautions- Kickboxing Workout

In Vancouver, kickboxing is gaining popularity as a high intensity workout for quick weight loss, toning up the body and as a self defense technique. Kickboxing is a martial art that has developed its roots from several different fighting styles such as Thai boxing, traditional boxing, and karate. It can be both done as a competitive sport and also as a cardiovascular exercise workout routine. Most of the people are enthusiast about it and practice it to keep them physically fit and lean.

Following are some of the safety precautions which you should take if you plan to engage yourself in kickboxing to lose weight or maintain physical fitness:

•Warming up your body before any intensive workout will help you to avoid strains and pains

•Stretching exercise before and after a high impact workout should be done

•Wear correct sized clothes; avoid either too tight or too lose fitting clothes as they can restrict free motion in a workout

•Wear good running shoes; don’t do this kind of working bare foot, especially on the concrete floors

•If you are a beginner, be careful with your kicks and punches; don’t be too aggressive in the starting

•Avoid this exercise if it is too high or needs great intensity as it may put unnecessary strain on your joints and muscles

•Slowly enhance your workout intensity over the weeks; don’t try to be a master boxer on the first day

•Avoid dehydration; drink sufficient water at the beginning and have enough water if required during the workout

•After the workout, relax and let your body cool down for a few minutes

•Maintain correct balance and accurate foot position while practicing this exercise

•If you suffer from some sort of illness, back or joint pains, health issues etc; discuss with your doctor before exercising

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