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    Kickboxer workout

    Hi all,

    quick question I am thinking of doing the kickboxer combat workout, it is saying not suitable for beginners at what point would you say your not a beginner anymore? I am doing into the pits at the moment and can go 15mins nonstop any advice will be great.

    Andy

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    In my mind, if you just starting to work out after a long period of sedentarianism or have never really worked out before, you'd be a beginner, but as far as when one would stop being a beginner...I don't see any specific level of fitness being a boundary line, except when you feel comfortable enough to progress. If you think you could give harder workouts a run for their money, go for it. If you get part way through one and realize it's too hard and feel overworked, then you know you've reached a limit and can adjust your workout difficulty accordingly.

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      #3
      Kicboxer looks like it's long, but the worst thing that's going to happen is that you discover that 40 side kicks is too many for you right now, or that 3 sets is all you can manage at the moment. So as long as you give yourself a break if it does turn out to be a bit much for you, there's no harm in giving it a shot. Maybe you will surprise yourself!

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        #4
        Kanary I think you are right maybe I am jumping ahead too quick as my kicks are not the best in form so maybe I will stick with into the pits at the moment and practice more of this kicks.

        Am now thinking that street fighter might be a good call

        Andy

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          #5
          Street Fighter would be a great workout to help build up to Kickboxer!

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            #6
            Kanary that was what I was thinking 👍

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