1. Self Defense:
The self-defense aspect is the biggest bonus for women. Given the increasing rate of crimes against women, learning how to defend oneself in dangerous situations has become important. This ability empowers women and allows her to go about her daily activities fearlessly.
2. Stress relief:
Often, when angry, sad or stressed, you may have noticed that shedding a few tears offers relief. Many of us are not aware that crying is therapeutic; it has cathartic effects. The same is with kickboxing. It provides a healthy vent for stress, anger and aggression. The boxing activity releases endorphins. These feel good chemicals help alleviate stress and relieve depression. Healthy stress levels improve mental clarity and better mood. It enhances sleep. It also improves concentration and focus.
3. Weight loss:
This combination of cardio and martial arts techniques guarantees weight loss. It revs up metabolism prompting the body to burn calories at a faster rate. Instructors claim that the activity burns between 450 and 750 calories in an hour. For better weight loss results, kickboxing should be combined with other aerobic exercises such as walking or jogging or equipment such as conditioning drills and jump ropes.
4. Improves cardiovascular health:
When it comes to getting rid of belly fat, aerobic exercises are better than resistance training. Kickboxing is included in the first group. It gets rid of fat sitting in the stubborn areas especially belly fat. In doing so, it reduces the risk of chronic diseases such as diabetes, atherosclerosis, cardiac problems and specific types of cancer. It also regulates blood pressure levels.
5. Stabilizes energy levels:
Kickboxing demands a lot of energy. However, in return, it also stabilizes energy levels. It builds endurance and stamina. The initial classes are exhausting, but gradually you will observe how this martial arts form bolsters energy levels. Other physical benefits include increased strength and flexibility and better co-ordination and balance.