5 Kickboxing YouTube Workouts That'll Have You Sweating in 15 Minutes
When I feel bored in my fitness routine, I break up my tedious running and strength-training schedule by sprinkling in some 15-minute kickboxing YouTube videos.
The change in pace helps prevent burnout, plateauing, and overuse injuries from doing the same workout every day — plus, it's a very effective sweat, too. Since kickboxing is all about high-energy kicks, jabs, squats, and shuffles, I feel the cardio and toning effects in minutes.
With that said, you'll want to keep a water bottle and towel close as you explore the following workouts — especially if you plan on challenging yourself by adding in free weights.
15-Minute Kickboxing HIIT Workout With Adidas Runtastic
Five exercises (forward punches, forward kicks, squat high knees, crossing punches, squat sidekicks), 45 seconds of work, 15 second pause for each move. No equipment (not even a mat!) is needed for this quick sweat by Adidas fitness coach Lunden Souza; just bring your A-game.
15-Minute Cardio Kickboxing Workout With HASfit
Follow along with personal training company HASfit for 15-minutes of cardio kickboxing. From faux jump ropes to jabs to crunches, each move accommodates free weights to maximize your burn throughout the circuit.
15-Minute Cardio Kickboxing Workout With Lauren Daly Fitness
ACE-certified personal trainer Lauren Daly is proving that kickboxing and cardio workouts aren't solely reserved for the gym as she combines the two for a session that'll have you breathing heavy. Come the 11-minute mark, you'll be more than ready for Daly's provided water break.
Cardio Kickboxing Workout With Tone It Up
Achieve the feel and energy of a kickboxing class in the comfort of your own home, thanks to Tone It Up and Equinox trainer Kristina Earnest. From her upbeat music and studio backdrop to her constant encouragement, you'll forget you're working out from your living room.
15-Minute Home Boxing Workout With POPSUGAR
Boxing coach Milan Costich, the founder of Prevail Los Angeles, is all about swapping your gloves for dumbbells to work on that knockout strength. Try and keep up with his fast-paced routine — even the active recovery moments will have you breathing heavy.