Kickboxing skills have shown surprising utility in non-self-defense situations, such as retrieving cereal from the top shelf or releasing candy from a stubborn piñata. Put trained muscles to use with this Groupon to Absolute Boxing & Personal Training for Women, with locations in Arlington and Dallas. Choose between the following options:
- For $69, you get one year of kickboxing classes (a $1,550 value, including a $50 registration fee).
- For $99, you get 10 half-hour boxing-based personal-training sessions (a $300 value).<p>
Gloves are not included in either option and must be supplied by the student.<p>
Featuring personal trainers with vast martial arts experience, including UFC manager Francois Nguyen, Absolute Boxing & Personal Training for Women helps men, women, and children of all skill levels to get into fine fighting form with noncompetitive kickboxing classes and one-on-one boxing sessions. With 10–20 leg strikers in each cardio-intensive, 45- to 60-minute kickboxing class—including Executive Kickboxing for Women Level 1—students condition their whole bodies as they learn the fundamentals of heavy-bag training, floor conditioning, and dealing with overconfident beanbag chairs.
For personal-training regimens, the motivational trainers carefully tailor workouts to each client’s needs. The boxing-based sessions take a whole-body approach to fitness while toning physiques, building reflexes, and instilling clients with the confidence to take to the streets in leopard-print satin shorts.
Absolute Boxing & Personal Training for Women
At Absolute Boxing & Personal Training for Women, personal trainers with vast martial-arts experience, including UFC manager Francois Nguyen, help men, women, and children of all skill levels get into fine fighting form. The team combines the fundamentals of boxing and kickboxing into heart-thumping sessions capable of incinerating calories, toning muscles, and arming students with the self-defense techniques necessary to ward off bullies. Personal trainers expand upon fight-based conditioning with yoga instruction, massage therapy, and a promise to hold clients accountable for the goals they set, such as running 10 miles or high-fiving 10 strangers each day.