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Halloween Kickboxing Workout (14-minutes)

written by Nina Shantel, blog:, published October 31, 2023

In this 14-minute Halloween-themed kickboxing workout, I’m dressed up as a rescued skinny cow, because I’m an animal and health advocate.

All exercise involves risk. You accept all risks of injury, but not exercising is risky too, so go at your pace and your level. Stop at any time if your heart rate of overly elevated or at the first symptom of pain.

Below are the exercises performed in this workout, in order:

  1. Front knee and side knee lifts. 20 each side
  2. Seal jacks. 20 reps.
  3. Alternating knee digs. 20 reps.
  4. Jump rope, narrow for four, wide for four beats
  5. Jump switch. 20 reps.
  6. Upper cuts. 15 each side
  7. Jab plus knee dig. Lean slightly back when you lift the knee, switching sides each time.
  8. Jab, cross, hook combination. 16 reps.
  9. Knee dig plus a low push kick. Keep the foot flexed when you kick.
  10. Rear kick, turn around and throw a punch. 10 each side
  11. Chest stretch
  12. Hip flexor stretch
  13. Hamstring stretch
  14. Quad stretch
  15. shoulder rolls
  16. triceps stretch

Press play on the YouTube video below to join me in this fun, 14-minute kickboxing workout.

During the short break, drink water for hydration.

Because humans consume dairy, baby cows are taken away from their mothers and fed formula comprised of soy, gluten, vegetable oil, animal blood, fish and bone meal, dried milk and/or brewer’s yeast. Calves are meant to drink cow’s milk, just like babies are meant to drink human milk, and (adults) people are meant to drink people. (Source: USDA)

Do your best to exercise daily, avoid dairy and animal protein. If you are interested in learning more about why people shouldn’t eat dairy product or animal protein, and/or want plant-based, animal-free recipes, order my book below:

Hope you enjoyed this workout. Have a safe and fun Halloween.

Exercise is great for the heart but it does not reverse heart disease, only an oil-free, low-fat, plant-based diet is proven to stop and reverse heart disease.

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