While repeatedly dashing up hillsides to fetch pails of water is a good way to tone muscles, tripping over full buckets and hurtling back down only results in wasted natural resources and bruised egos and limbs. Sculpt a lean physique in place that's safe for you and the environment with today’s Groupon: for $30, you get a month of unlimited kickboxing classes at Asian Sun Martial Arts and Fitness (a $60 value). This Groupon is valid at one of seven locations in Tallmadge, Beachwood, Portage Lakes, Green, Brecksville, Hudson, and Akron.
Aerobic kickboxing melds martial arts with time-tested workout regimens and enhances the scene with energizing tunes. While improving flexibility and battling body enemies such as heart disease, kickboxing annihilates up to 800 calories in one hour, scorching the evidence of midnight bakery raids. The certified fitness pros at Asian Sun inject cardio-fit kickboxing classes with punches, jabs, and kicks that tone physiques and arm fitness seekers with a self-defense artillery to ward off hordes of alley-lurking trolls.
Kickboxers of any skill level are welcome during the adults-only classes, in which no belts or uniforms are necessary; students should just don basic workout clothing or sequined ball gowns. Each of Asian Sun’s locations are prime venues to kick out stress and bodily tension, featuring padded floors, an array of targets and bags, and trained instructors ready to guide fitness fiends through the body-sculpting gauntlet.
Asian Sun Martial Arts and Fitness
Asian Sun Martial Arts and Fitness helps students cultivate a well-rounded self-defense system by providing instruction in tae kwon do, karate, kung fu, kickboxing, and certified Krav Maga. At the core of each class are fitness and self-defense. Instructors teach students of all fitness levels and who range from 2.5-year-olds to senior citizens. Asian Sun Marital Arts and Fitness' team of expert black belt instructors have also boosted the popularity of its Cardio Fit Kickboxing classes, which have sculpted lean, strong muscles for participants since 1994.