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Listen to Treadmill Talk Episode 8 with special guest Quade Taranaki an NZ Professional Kickboxer who has won NZ and World titles. 

If you are stuck on a workout and you’re looking for something different or lacking motivation and want to change things up. You should give kickboxing a go! The perfect workout which adds high-energy cardio and workouts that involves martial art techniques.

Here we have a few benefits of Kick Boxing, take a read and book yourself for kick boxing-inspired class today!

Kickboxing has been shown to improve fitness, flexibility & agility. This fast pace sport can also improve coordination and burn calories fast!

Reduces Stress

What a way to release your stress! Kick and punch your way to a stress-free zone.  This high-intensity workout will do just that. The movements in kickboxing challenge your core muscle groups so it will give you a full body workout fast.

Improves Co-ordination

Poor coordination? Learn to get your coordination up to speed. The speedy punches and kicks need technique and skills for you to work at your best potential. Learn to execute movements successfully by practicing.

Burn Mega Calories

Kickboxing can burn over 800 calories per hour, and you’ll be toning up your entire body as you rev up your metabolism. It’s a high power cardio routine that’s great for weight loss and getting you in shape, fast.

Better for your posture

If you are a person who works in an office all day and you are hunched over a computer all day, kickboxing workouts will challenge multiple muscle groups that don’t get enough attention throughout the day which means you’ll start to build up your core.

Melt fat fast!

Combining martial arts techniques and heart-pumping cardio, kickboxing is a high energy workout that is guaranteed to burn calories and fat. 

The cardio conditioning element of kickboxing is one of the most effective ways to burn fat.

Element of kick boxing is one of the most effective ways to burn fat-especially that stubborn belly fat that’s associated with an increased risk of heart disease, diabetes and some types of cancer. A study published in the American Journal of Physiology found aerobic exercise to be better at reducing belly fat than resistance training, by burning an average of 67 percent more calories.

Learn valuable self-defense moves

This is a great workout for women when it comes to self-defense aspect of the workout. You will be able to learn the ability to protect yourself by learning these movements you will be more vigilant and know how to protect yourself in dangerous situations.



Try our kickboxing inspired workout from Quade Taranaki. Click the button below and give this workout a go!