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What You'll Get
Though normal boxing combines a total-body workout with the pleasure of being repeatedly punched in the head, cardio boxing combines rope jumping, shadowboxing, and pummeling heavy bags until they cry uncle. Make heavy bags shake in your presence with today’s Groupon to Edmonton Mixed Martial Arts. Choose between two options:
- For $15, you get an 8-class pass (a $125 value).
- For $25, you get a 16-class pass (a $250 value).</p>
The experienced instructors at Edmonton Mixed Martial Arts lead pupils through a mixed bag of techniques with an approach designed to make learning martial arts fun and easy. With a focus on self-discipline and self-defense, kids, teens, and adults build the confidence of Chuck Norris’s pet peacock while learning the styles of karate, Muay Thai, or tae kwon do. Students can also learn the main defense method of the Samurai during jujitsu lessons during which a soft grappling style prevails, or undertake the western ways of kickboxing, which incorporates elements of karate. The martial arts centre blends techniques together for a constantly evolving form, rather than relying solely on one method over another. With a training in mixed martial arts, participants can learn how to fend off bullies or disarm an assailant of his banana cream pie while following a healthy fitness routine.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 4, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. New clients only. Classes are non-transferable. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Edmonton Mixed Martial Arts
Michael Woodford, master instructor at Edmonton Mixed Martial Arts, began studying martial arts at age 6, and over a lifetime of studies, he has earned black belts in ju-jitsu, karate, and tae kwon do and wisdom in the arts of Muay Thai kickboxing and Wing Chun. Throughout his experience in multiple disciplines, Michael has come to believe that the key to any martial arts style is achieving confidence and self-discipline, and that self-defense skills and strength will develop with these assets in place. In his studio, experienced instructors don practice pads or hire a stunt double and teach kids, teens, and adults distancing techniques and hand-to-hand fighting methods. Their practical and functional curriculum blends styles including karate, Muay Thai, kickboxing, tae kwon do, kung fu, Japanese fujitsu, and Brazilian ju-jitsu.