A jab, a cross, a hook, a front kick and a roundhouse kick — squats, crunches and a few jumping jacks might also be in the mix during a kickboxing workout.
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BENEFITS OF KICKBOXING
• Burns calories — between 500-800 an hour on average
• Targets arms, shoulders, abs, thighs and butt
• Helps improve balance and agility
• Provides stress relief
• Enhances coordination