Whether or not you ever plan on taking your moves to the ring, martial arts training is one of the most intense workouts you can do. This calorie-torching form of exercise challenges and tones every part of your body—and mastering a fierce uppercut or switch kick is incredibly empowering!
Here, Our instructor and Daily Burn trainer guides you through a martial arts-inspired workout, designed to strengthen your whole body and get your heart pumping. Since martial arts requires a range of fitness skills, we cover everything from flexibility to cardiovascular endurance to balance.
We generally begins with a light warmup to help get the blood flowing to every muscle and release tension from the body. Not only does this form of active stretching help increase flexibility, but it also boosts agility and mobility.
Next, we goes over different elements of martial arts fighting. we can explain how important it is to really learn the proper technique for every move. For starters, we teach how to properly throw a punch, which involves using your entire body for power and leverage, while releasing tension in your shoulders and traps. Next comes instruction on how to dodge a punch with moves called “level changes,” which also happen to be a great workout for your quads and glutes.
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