When boxers accidentally look at their target, it's called telegraphing, but when they hit opponents in the face with a typewriter, it's called texting. Communicate properly with today's Groupon to Prime Time Boxing, with locations in Folsom, Roseville, and Sacramento. Choose between the following options:
- For $25, you get 5 boxing fitness classes (a $125 value).
- For $45, you get 10 boxing fitness classes (a $250 value).
Prime Time Boxing––which has received the spotlight of such reputable publications as the New York Times, Men's Fitness, and Shape Magazine ––hosts a team of encouraging trainers who lead 45-minute, fist-propelling fitness classes. The empowering sessions build boxing skills from the ground up, creating an intense workout that improves stamina and schools participants in basic jabs, bobbing and weaving, and sashays that best show off Americana shorts. Hearts start pumping with jump-roping exercises, warming up core and arm muscles that feel the burn as students fine-tune footwork, punching technique, and dodging motions. Power punchers then strap on gloves and unleash relentless combinations on a heavy bag to increase accuracy and strength. The boxing aficionados train students aged 10 and older, with younger classes focusing on overall cardio and playing nice with pendulous speed bags. Check your preferred location's schedule for a detailed list of class times and dates.
Prime Time Boxing Club
Power duo Angelo Nunez and Cary Williams-Nunez opened their first Prime Time Boxing Club location in 1998, determined to spread their love of fitness and boxing to one small group at a time. Today, their boxing fitness empire extends to three gyms that been spotlighted by such reputable publications as the New York Times, Men's Fitness, and Shape. Angelo, Cary, and a team of encouraging trainers lead 45-minute fitness classes that build boxing skills from the ground up and increase stamina through an intense combination of basic jabs, bobbing and weaving, and sashays that best show off Americana shorts. The boxing aficionados train students aged 13 and older, with younger classes focusing on overall cardio and playing nice with pendulous speed bags.