Boxing and Kickboxing Fitness Workouts: Get Certified!

Kickbox/Step Aerobics Certification

Kickbox/Step Aerobics Instruction:  Punch and Kick Your Way Into Fitness!

      Boxing and Kickboxing workouts are some of the most fun you can have in an aerobics setting.  They are great for whole body toning, body fat reduction and cardiovascular conditioning.  It is great to take a seriously combative discipline such as boxing or kickboxing and make it a fun challenging workout.  Just think of it like this - you are keeping the fun parts and leaving out the dangerous parts!  Different forms of aerobics classes have always been popular in gyms.  ASFA® allows fitness professionals to test in both Kickbox and Step Aerobics at the same time!  

      Your certification will cover the basics of step aerobics.  You will learn what you need to know about step height, different types of steps, active resting and much more...  At the same time, you will learn how to put together winning kickboxing aerobics routines and keep your clients in their target heart rate zone.  Everyone likes variety in their workouts.  And variety serves a dual purpose.  In addition helping with motivation by keeping the workouts different and exciting, it also help prevent muscular development plateaus.

       If you have been thinking about mixing up your clients' workouts and just aren't sure what direction you want to take - think Kickbox/Step Aerobics!  You can get certified to teach both in one convenient online qualification.  Do some weights.  Have a kickboxing fitness workout.  Do a Step Aerobics routine...  Mix it up!  What are you waiting for?  Take your Kickbox/Step Aerobics certification today!

Kickbox/Step Aerobics Certification

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