Cardio Kickboxing for Beginners

    Published: 06-16-2009
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    Cheryl Cullina demonstrates how to set up a basic cardio kickboxing exercise program.

    Cheryl Cullina

    Cheryl Cullina is an accomplished professional in the fitness industry, teaching several different class formats including Cardio Kickboxing. She has been a group exercise instructor for 15 years, completing certifications from the American Fitness Association of America, International Fitness Professionals Association, Les Mills International, and Powder Blue Productions, in kickboxing, step, yoga, weight and personal training, youth and senior fitness, nutrition, obesity, and exercise science. Holding an MBA from Michigan State University, Cheryl is also a computer engineer who, for several years, merged computer technology with the health care and fitness industries by evaluating and integrating evolving computer systems with physical therapy equipment for diagnostic assessments and rehabilitation solutions. Her passion for helping make people well inspired her to coach personal and group exercise classes, enthusiastically motivating all people, all ages, to take charge of their health by safely improving their cardiovascular fitness and body’s energy, strength, flexibility, balance and posture. Cheryl is a member of a Demo Team and has performed at National Health Fairs, Earth Day celebrations, annual Take Our Daughters and Sons To Work Day, and March of Dimes Walk America.

    Hi, my name is Cheryl Cullina and I'm a cardio kickbox instructor. I actually teach several formats in different classes. Cardio kickbox is one of my favorites. Today I would like to present to you some basic techniques for cardio kickboxing. So, whether you're a beginner, just starting out with your exercise program, or you're a fully engaged in a program, but would like a little variety, give kickboxing a try, I think you will find it fun, not only for you, but for your entire family. You can get the kids involved with this. You can pick up a pair of boxing gloves for them to wear, ten bucks or so at a local sport store, make them feel tough, just make sure they dont hit their brothers or sisters. Lets talk about a couple of safety issues. Its important to wear either loose fitting clothing or something that stretches. Good pair of tennis shoes and a good solid floor to work on. If you have long hair, pull it back away from your eyes so that you're able to see at all times. Another safety feature, please be sure to see a doctor and get clearance before starting any exercise program. Now, lets move on to basic cardio kickbox techniques.