Try kickboxing cardio to burn more body fat, "lean out" your body and ramp up your workouts! Many of you are looking for a more challenging workout. I recommend kickboxing if your body is ready for the intensity.
Its important to do a dynamic flexibility warmup prior to starting a kickboxing workout. If you don't, you will injure yourself. Kickboxing workouts are "high-risk," "high reward." A good dynamic warmup could include jumping rope, running, various jumps, kicks, bodyweight squats, hip turns and hip swings.
A good kickboxing workout definitely targets your full body and that is why it burns so many calories and body fat. It is a high intensity workout so all you need is 20-30 minutes of exercises (resting about 1 minute between exercises).
Some good kickboxing exercises are:
Try a kickboxing workout to change up your cardio routine. If you are advanced, you can do kickboxing exercises at full speed.