How to Teach Cardio Kickboxing

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When teaching cardio kickboxing it is important to go over the basics first. Teach cardio kickboxing with the help of a certified personal trainer in this free video.

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Hi, my name is Tanya and I'm an instructor at Gold's Gym. I want to show you how you can teach cardio kickboxing. You want to start slow. Well first of all get some cranking music on that really gets the heart rate racing but you want to have your people at your class, your students on the bag, start with the left leg on the bag and start with the left jab. You want to go over the basics with them first, jab, jab. Your guard is up always tell them that, jab, then you want to add a cross-in. So let's just add a cross with the right arm. Now look, you've got to lift your heel on the cross and then all you want to do is start building a combo, a jab, cross. You're putting those two together. Your abs are in. You keep your guard up the whole time and then you want to add a new move. Let's add a hook, hook, hook. So that's what you want to do. Then you start putting maybe some upper cuts in, upper cut. So then you've got a combo there, don't you? So let's try it, hook, hook, up, up, hook, hook, up, up. So then you put them together, jab, cross hook, hook, up, up, one, two, three, four. So that's what you want to do. Think about building combos then start incorporating the legwork. Front kick, you want to tell your students face the bag, push through with the ball of the foot and then add the other foot, jab, push, push, push. So that's a great way to start. Then you want to add your side kick in. I'm reviewing all the kicks here, push. So this heel is aiming towards the bag, pull the knee in, send it away. Push through the heel. Then you've got your roundhouse kick. Point the toe and kick it. Not a lot of power on that front leg but if you add the back leg in, more power. Then you want to think about putting stuff together with the legs, jab, cross hook, push them off, switch, switch, kick, push them off, switch, switch, kick, one, two, three. So you're just trying to build combinations. Form is important, add the speed but just start putting all these combinations together, watch their form. Make sure they've got a perfect form and you'll have a great class.


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