Like gazing in a funhouse mirror or trading in a sedan for a clown car, exercising can dramatically alter your body’s natural shape. Transform your physique with today’s Groupon to Xplicit Fitness. Choose between the following options:
- For $29, you get 10 group fitness classes (a $300 value).
- For $46, you get 20 group fitness classes (a $560 value).<p>
Helmed by two NASM-certified trainers, including the 2011 winner of CityVoter’s Best Personal Trainer award, Xplicit Fitness propels clients toward achieving fitness goals in a studio anchored by a full-scale boxing ring. Like stare-down contests between TV news anchors, most group fitness classes focus on a specific part of the body for 60 minutes. Jabs, uppercuts, and other boxing basics fuel shoulder, chest, and triceps workouts, and bicep-sculpting classes build muscle tone with pull-ups and dumbbell curls. On Friday, exercisers can engage in full-body workouts, which encourage overall wellness through a combination of strength and cardio work.
Though he could boast years of fitness experience and certification from the National Academy of Sports Medicine in personal training, boxing instructor Chad Yarvitz wasn’t satisfied. He had trained and taught boxing extensively, but he’d never felt the sting of a sharp uppercut or heard the roar of the crowd during a professional match. Determined to gain first-hand, authentic experience, Chad put his coaching on hold to pursue a career as a professional boxer.
Today, Chad leads boxing classes at Xplicit Fitness, drawing on a background as a 2008 California Golden Glove champion with a 7-1 fight record. Joining him is a team of fitness professionals based in San Diego. They lead high-intensity classes beneath the emerald brick walls of a studio. Guests work on building endurance during cardio dance classes that combine hip hop and pop steps set to high-speed choreography routines influenced by yoga, pilates, and martial arts. Those looking to get lean and strong can receive a full body workout during barre circuit classes which pairs upbeat dance music with circuit training on the barre, mat, and floor. Like stare-down contests between TV news anchors, most group fitness classes focus on a specific part of the body for 60 minutes. In addition to their signature fitness boxing classes, the trainers offer boot camps, personal training, and youth boxing and self-defense day-camps.