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Fight Fit Workout: Kicks of a Warrior

Baki Hanma Punching

How can we build strong, powerful and fast warrior kicks like Dragon Ball's Chi Chi?

Behind The Workout:

This Fight Fit workout was inspired by Goku's number one supporter but also the person who keeps him in "check", Chi Chi. Although we don't see Chi Chi fight much in the Dragon Ball series, Chi Chi did go face to face with Goku in the World Tournament to remind him of his promise, which was to get married one day! In this tournament, she proved that she packs strong punches and kicks and is a warrior herself.

Fictional to Functional:

Although Chi Chi doesn't have any Saiyan blood, Chi Chi can still move at quick speeds and can even take the fight to the sky. We human warriors won't be taking any fights to literal new heights, but we can still increase the speed and power of our kicks to our real world equivalent of Chi Chi abilities. This Fight Fit workout will have warriors executing a series of multiple kicks that will train endurance, speed, agility and fight skills.

Workout Implementation:

To maintain balance between all other training practices, it’s recommended to complete a fight fit workout at least 3x/week at minimum.

Training Equipment:

Punching Bag

Boxing Gloves

Hand wraps

The Workout:

Round 1: Jab + Cross + Side Kick + High Round House Kick + Low Round House Kick

Round 2: Jab + Cross + Right and Left Knee + Flying Knee + Axe Kick + High Round House Kick

Round 3: Jab + Cross + Low Round House Kick + Push Kick + Spin Back Kick

Clinch Exercise: Round House Kicks

Anime inspired kickboxing workout challenging cosplayers to complete 3 rounds of kickboxing.

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