Kick Your Fitness Up a Notch

Cardio Kickboxing registration now available

What exactly is Cardio Kickboxing? A combination of aerobics, boxing and martial arts, it's one of the most popular fitness trends to hit the gym in recent years, with total-body workouts that have motivated many people to start a fitness program. This intense regimen can improve strength, aerobic fitness, flexibility, coordination and balance. The American Council on Exercise, which evaluates exercise products and programs, notes that during a one-hour kickboxing workout you can burn from 500 to 800 calories (up to twice those burned during a one-hour step-aerobics class).

  • 6-week class (please plan on attending all sessions)
  • Starts April 8
  • Classes take place on Mondays and Wednesdays, 12:15 – 12:45 p.m.
  • Classes are held outside on the grass in front of the Health Sciences Library & Informatics Center
  • Cost is only $30 per person

How to Enroll

Space is limited, so enroll early!

  • Create an account online through SignUpGenius (only takes a few minutes)
    • Be sure to sign up with the email address where you want to receive additional instruction on for the classes
    • If you’ve created an account in the past, you do not need to create a new one
  • Use this direct link to enroll

Once all slots are filled, you will see one of these three messages: “ALL SLOTS FILLED,” “NO SLOTS AVAILABLE” or, “there are no remaining slots available for this item”

For more fun health and fitness info, check out the HSC Wellness page.
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