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How Kickboxing Can Transform Your Workout

How Kickboxing Can Transform Your Workout To keep a workout fun and worthwhile it’s good to mix things up and one way to do that could be through kickboxing. Doing the same workout week after week can get boring, but if you start throwing in some kicks and punches you may begin to see fresh results and feel a new invigorating energy. Adding kickboxing to a workout gives it a new, dynamic twist. The benefits to taking on such a workout are plentiful and worth the sweaty aches. Kickboxing can transform your workout and lead to further toning of your body and an increasing of endurance. Those two things are what everyone wants from a good workout. And you can still get a great workout without the physical contact of sparring. Let’s explore how kickboxing can do this. Transformation Kickboxing is defined as the fighting technique of combining karate-type kicks with the punching of boxing. Both karate and boxing on their own are vigorous workouts, but the combination of them gives you the ability to workout both your upper and lower body. In addition, it takes stamina to get through a good kickboxing workout. Because of this, the cardio aspect to your workout will be covered. Stretching/Warm-up The first transformational benefit you would see from adding kickboxing is through stretching. Most people do some stretching, but stretching without purpose can be done carelessly and even skipped. However, with kickboxing it is a necessity. Because you will be kicking and doing movements that you haven’t done before, it could lead to muscle stress. However, by starting with 15 minutes of stretching and warm-up exercises you will get more out of your muscles and…workout. The Basics There are two ways to do this workout: with the assistance...

THE HIDDEN BENEFITS OF BRAZILIAN JIU JITSU

THE HIDDEN BENEFITS OF BRAZILIAN JIU JITSU Brazilian jiu jitsu is more than just a sport. It’s more than a martial art. It’s a way to change your life. You hear a lot of people talk about the jiu jitsu lifestyle, but what does that mean? Does it mean you train all day? Does it mean you surf and then head to class? Brazilian jiu jitsu’s benefits go beyond anything you can see. Often it’s the things you can’t see that have the biggest impact on your lifestyle. The Physical Benefits Walk into any academy and talk to some of the students who have just started training Brazilian jiu jitsu and ask them what it’s has done for them. Most respond with things like, “I lost so much weight,” or, “My body is so much more flexible now.” Some talk about how much strength they have gained or how they are in better shape. The fact that Brazilian jiu jitsu will change your body cannot be denied. You can physically see your body changing with every day or week. What you can’t see is the improvements in your overall health as a result of training. Everyone associates exercise with a look. People want to look a certain way. You won’t likely hear many people say, “I workout so I can lower my cholesterol.” The only people who say that are the ones who went to the doctor and found out they have high cholesterol and need to exercise. BJJ is no different. Students rarely walk through the door looking to improve their blood sugar, but I always tell people the best part about...

MMA TEAM

POUND FOR POUND MMA TEAM AGRRELIN 7 – München Am 12. April geht Aggrelin in die siebte Runde. Im Jahr 2009 veranstaltete man in München den ersten MMA Fight aller Zeiten, dieses Jahr ziehen wir endlich in die Innenstadt in das Backstage Nähe der Donnersbergerbrücke. Maicon Deiga ist seit Jahren ein bekannter Name in der Kick- und Thaiboxszene rund um das Dreiländereck und Süddeutschland. Seit 2013 ist er auch im MMA sehr aktiv. Er gewann im Juni 2013 das Respect FC Amateurturnier, wobei er beide Gegner in der ersten Runde überraschenderweise mit einer Submission bezwang. Der Münchner mit brasilianischen Wurzeln arbeitet seit längeren an seiner früheren Schwäche dem Bodenkampf. Er wird hier trainiert von der internationalen BJJ-Größe Sergio Zimmermann in Pound for Pound Team München.  Maicon wird am 12. April auf den Nürnberger Sebastian Ulitzka treffen, welcher den Schweizer Ramon Schneider bei Aggrelin 4 im September 2013 mit RNC in Runde 1 zur Aufgabe zwang. Ulitzka ist weitaus stabiler, als seine Bilanz von einem Sieg aus vier Kämpfen erahnen lässt. Er kommt vom Fight Gym Nürnberg, einem der besten Bodenschulen in Süddeutschland. Ein anspruchsvoller Gegner für den Münchner für dessen Pro-Debüt in der bayerischen Landeshauptstadt. Ulitzka ist zäh. Er wird das Ringen samt Grappling von Maicon auf die Probe stellen. Der Kampf findet statt bis 66Kg über 3×5 Minuten Alex Poppeck  wird es dabei mit dem Innsbrucker Johannes Bair zu tun bekommen. Das Duell findet in der Gewichtsklasse bis 77 Kg über eine Rundenzeit von 3×5 Minuten statt. Alex Poppeck vom Team Pound for Pound München hat mit Anfang 20 gerade sein MMA Pro-Debüt bestritten, als er im September letzten Jahres bei Aggrelin 6 mit Per Ahrens einen versierten Grappler mit TKO in Runde 2 vorzeitig...