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Kickboxing Match Challenge

Kickboxing Match Challenge

3 Competitors / 3 Champs / Intermediate
35 Points for Starting
200 Points for Completing

Kickboxing Match Challenge

Compete in a competitive kickboxing match (it does not have to be professional but it must be a real kickboxing match - sparring does not count).

Not all types of physical activity are suitable for everyone. Users take challenges and training advice at their own personal risk.


Kickboxing Match Challenge Additional Information

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Are you searching for an intense workout that will push you beyond your physical limits while preparing you to compete in your very first kickboxing match? Answering yes to this question qualifies you as someone who should strongly consider taking The Kickboxing Match Challenge. Let's preview several tips on how you can prepare for your very first kickboxing match.

Kickboxing is one of the most popular sports around today. It attracts thousands of people from all walks of life. A kickboxing workout derives from the same techniques that are used by champion kickboxers.

Punches

Punching in kickboxing is very difficult to master. One has to be able to throw a succession of punches in a very short period of time. Kickboxers enjoy overwhelming their opponents with a barrage of punches. You should learn how to throw each punch properly. This will help you throw a succession of punches with ease. Throwing a combination of punches will help you develop your forearms, biceps, and triceps.

You should begin by practicing a one-two combination. This consists of throwing a jab and a straight right hand. This is the most popular combination that is used in The Kickboxing Match Challenge. 

It will be highly beneficial for you practice this combination for at least ten minutes daily. You can begin incorporating other punches into the one-two combination after a few days. The hook and uppercut are two wonderful punches that will take your punching exercises to the next level.

Kicks

You will not be able to perform high kicks in The Kickboxing Match Challenge if you are not limber. You can become limber by performing a variety of stretches. Stretching should be performed daily. You should stretch for at least thirty minutes. Don't take any breaks during your stretching routine.

Spar With Opponents

It will be great if you start sparing five three minute rounds with a proficient kickboxer. This will help you burn extra calories, sharpen your reflexes, and master your kickboxing skills.

Even simply training for the Kickboxing Match Challenge is very challenging for many novices. Following the tips listed above can help you cope with this intense exercise regimen successfully.

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Kickboxing Match Challenge Recent Activity

JoelJonathan Pro logo logged a workout in the Strength Block - Phase 2 for 04/26/2014 (view advanced workout stats), lifted 3,500 lbs, did 0.00 miles of cardio, burned 169 calories, and scored 1,167 points:
  • Ab Roller  
    • 10 reps (+60 points)
    • 10 reps (+60 points)
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JoelJonathan Pro logo logged a workout for 04/22/2014 (view advanced workout stats), lifted 1,350 lbs, did 0.00 miles of cardio, burned 317 calories, and scored 928 points:

Outdoor workout with a personal trainer friend of mine. Did a lot of random agility stuff too.

This workout is competing in 1 battle: Total Reps for the Push-Up.

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Bronnie Looked like a fun workout (I like doing the agility ladder), its great changing things up a bit.

JoelJonathan Pro logo logged a workout in the Strength Block - Phase 2 for 04/21/2014 (view advanced workout stats), lifted 11,390 lbs, did 0.00 miles of cardio, burned 215 calories, and scored 2,439 points:
  • Sumo Deadlift  
    • 5 reps x 135 lbs (+83 points)
    • 5 reps x 230 lbs (+141 points)
    • 5 reps x 300 lbs (+185 points)
    • 5 reps x 300 lbs (+185 points)
    • 5 reps x 300 lbs (+185 points)

    Starting to get the hang of pulling sumo I think. My grip might be a limiting factor soon though. I hate to use bands but we will see...

  • Knee-Break Ankle Mobilization  
    • 10 reps (+5 points)
    • 10 reps (+5 points)
    • 10 reps (+5 points)

Where applicable all reps are per side and all weight is per dumbbell.

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midstsec Nice supersets Joel!

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JoelJonathan Thank you!! Always fun!

JoelJonathan Pro logo logged a workout in the Strength Block - Phase 2 for 04/19/2014 (view advanced workout stats), lifted 2,415 lbs, did 0.00 miles of cardio, burned 129 calories, and scored 906 points:

This workout is competing in 1 battle: Total Points.

JoelJonathan Pro logo logged a workout in the Strength Block - Phase 2 for 04/16/2014 (view advanced workout stats), lifted 16,060 lbs, did 0.00 miles of cardio, burned 254 calories, and scored 2,599 points:
  • Front Squat  
    • 8 reps x 45 lbs (+36 points)
    • 8 reps x 135 lbs (+123 points)
    • 8 reps x 185 lbs (+169 points)
    • 8 reps x 155 lbs (+141 points)
    • 8 reps x 155 lbs (+141 points)
  • Chin-Up  
    • 6 reps (+36 points)
    • 6 reps (+36 points)
    • 6 reps (+36 points)

Where applicable all reps are per side and all weight is per dumbbell/kettlebell.

This workout is competing in 2 battles: Total Reps for the Chin-Up and Total Points.

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