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Kick your New Year's resolution in its stupid, mocking face with today's side deal to Atlanta Kick. You'll get one month of unlimited kickboxing (a $85 value) plus gloves (a $20 value) for $45. Awarded Best Martial Arts 2008 from Atlanta Sports & Fitness, Atlanta Kick is the destination for hard-core fitness that's fun and empowering. Watch a video of the kickboxing action and pull no punches with your fitness goals. Check out Atlanta Kick's class schedule for class days and times, and stop in at the convenient Buckhead studio.
Kickboxing replaces your generalized anxiety and inner aggression with kickbutt cardio that will make you feel confident, strong, and able to take on any challenge put before you. Your motivational instructor will keep you moving through the entire class and challenge you to work harder, grunt louder, and replace the smile that results from your fun workout with a death stare that will intimate would-be attackers and office enemies; The resulting facial expression is a horrific glow of delight and toughness that matches your newly hard bod and reservoir of limitless energy.
Though most kickboxers are busy avoiding back-alley scuffles with an intimidating glance and shapely bicep flex, one Judy's Book reviewer hit the net to give Atlanta Kick four stars, and a Yelper gives it five:
- I've...never stuck with a program for this long...No matter what kind of day I'm having, I always leave each class sweaty and full of energy... – Leslie E., Yelp
- What I like about this gym is how personal it is....they know every member by sight/name and they will call you if they haven't seen you in a while to make sure you are doing ok. The staff is all very nice and incredibly supportive. – Alix N., Judy's Book
In 1992, Atlanta Kick opened as a karate dojo, teaching martial arts with an emphasis on respect, physical fitness, and discipline. By 2000, the certified trainers at Atlanta Kick had punched through the wooden planks blocking them from bringing their studio to the next level of fitness by adding boot camps. Now, 13 years later, Atlanta Kick is bigger and stronger than ever. They still teach karate classes for children and adults, but they’ve added a slew of hard-hitting fitness classes to keep their boot camps company, including CrossFit, self-defense, and kickboxing. Certified trainers help motivate clients to blast through workout plateaus.