Martial artists wear colorful belts to indicate their mastery of fighting techniques and their long-standing blood feud with suspenders. Self-defend in style with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $25 for 10 cardio-kickboxing classes (a $50 value) and a pair of kickboxing gloves (a $21.99 value; a $71.99 total value)
- $35 for 20 cardio-kickboxing classes (a $100 value) and a pair of kickboxing gloves (a $21.99 value; a $121.99 total value)
- $45 for 30 cardio-kickboxing classes (a $150 value) and a pair of kickboxing gloves (a $21.99 value; a $171.99 total value)<p>
Pulses skyrocket during cardio-kickboxing classes, which put students of all fitness levels through a routine of punches, kicks, and fitness drills that pits them against punching bags and shields, never against each other. Students receive one-on-one attention as they burn around 850 calories, strengthen the cardiovascular system, and boost their agility, strength, and balance. The school holds kickboxing classes eight times a week.<p>
American Academy of Martial Arts
For more than 25 years, instructors and owners Ron and Julie Elrod have shared the knowledge they gleaned as direct students of Soke Hatsumi, the 34th-generation Ninjutsu Grandmaster. Inside the Elrods' 11,000-square-foot facility, adults and children study the foundations of Japanese martial arts in a way that sharpens their minds, centers their spirits, and strengthens their bodies. Along with traditional martial arts, the Academy’s curriculum delves into cardio-kickboxing classes, where fast-paced punches and kicks burn calories without the hazard of using lighter fluid as a dipping sauce. The low student-to-teacher ratio of these classes allows instructors to observe closely as their pupils take on freestanding heavy bags. Both male and female students participate, and the school provides mitts and handheld pads so that students don't have to fashion equipment out of old copies of the Saturday Evening Post.