Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Kettlebell Kickboxing Scorcher Series Diversity Review

Kettlebell Kickboxing Scorcher Series Diversity Review and Details
Kettlebell Kickboxing Scorcher Series was created by fitness and martial arts expert Dasha Libin. Kettlebells continue to grow in popularity every year because they provide a quick and efficient two-for-one workout that burns major calories. Kettlebell training not only gives you strength training benefits but cardiovascular benefits as well. Martial Arts is one of the best ways to achieve overall fitness because it develops coordination, balance, power and strength. Kettlebell Kickboxing fuses the two disciplines giving you one of the best ways to train, reach your goals and achieve a peak level of fitness.  Kettlebell Kickboxing Scorcher Series is a full body system that increases ones strength, endurance, flexibility and cardiovascular conditioning, all while simultaneously melting away unwanted body fat.
Kettlebell Kickboxing Scorcher Series – Diversity is a twenty-six minute total body workout. Dasha Libin is joined by four background exercisers – one of which shows beginner modifications and one shows advanced options. For the workout you will need a kettlebell – no more than twenty pounds is recommended. A modifier is available to show the exercises using a dumbbell. An exerciser also performs the workout without shoes as this workout is suitable to no foot wear. You will also need an optional floor mat for this workout depending on your workout surface.
Kettlebell Kickboxing Scorcher Series – Diversity is a total body circuit workout that alternates between the disciplines of kettlebell training and kickboxing. Though each of the Kettlebell Kickboxing workouts offer a total body workout, Diversity is, well, different, ;) in that it places a greater emphasis on providing a functional workout that focuses on the core and is performed on a floor mat. The Diversity workout does not include a warm-up but begins with the alternating circuits. Kettlebell Kickboxing – Diversity is formatted in much the same manner as its counterparts and consists of two circuits performed twice. Each circuit consists of a cycle of four exercises – kettlebell, kickboxing, an exercise to elevate the heart rate – followed by a brief recovery break. The cycle is then repeated to complete the circuit. Each of the exercises are performed for one minute. In Diversity, Dasha utilizes the kettlebell exercises to effectively elevate the heart rate while still giving you a total body workout. Again, many of the exercises are performed on one side before repeating them on other side. The cardio portion of the circuits include horizontal cardio exercises – think mountain climbers – to get the heart rate up. The cardio exercise in the second cycle of the circuit is amplified to boost calorie burn. The workout concludes with a much needed cooldown and stretch.
Kettlebell Kickboxing Scorcher Series – Diversity is a fun, efficient kettlebell and kickboxing fusion workout. The workout is adaptable to all fitness levels by following the appropriate modifier, adjusting weight selection or exercise intensity. Dasha is very upbeat and pleasant, gives form pointers, offers encouragement and thoroughly explains the benefits, effectiveness and target of each exercise. She does a great job coaching the background exercisers while still being an active participant in the workout. I received this dvd to review 
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