Recent Examples of kickboxing from the Web
And all across town, boxing gyms, Brazilian jiu-jitsu studios and classes in kickboxing and Krav Maga — the Israeli martial art — are likewise on the ascent.
The studio also offers classes in cardio kickboxing, yoga, Zumba, and TRX and kettle bell, according to the business' website.
A person can burn 10 calories a minute — equivalent to running at a moderate to fast pace — with a high-energy kickboxing class.
Camp activities include kickboxing, kung fu, aerobic martial arts, self-defense techniques, academic support, social skills development, nutrition education and biweekly field trips.
As a teenager at Air Academy High School near Colorado Springs in the early 2000s, Cerrone traded bull riding for kickboxing and taekwondo, learning enough to win a string of amateur and professional kickboxing bouts.
The daily 60-minute classes led by Christopher and Tracie Vlaun include boot camp on the beach, dynamic flow yoga and beach body blast (a high-impact class with cardio kickboxing).
During competitions, Korey and Sammy (now 14 and 11, respectively) use moves from multiple disciplines—including wrestling, kickboxing, and jujitsu—against their opponents.
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First Known Use of kickboxing
KICKBOXING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of kickboxing for English Language Learners
: a form of boxing in which fighters are allowed to kick each other with their bare feet
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