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 this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for 10 martial arts classes (a $187.50 value)
- $20 for 20 martial arts classes (a $375 value)
With a focus on self-discipline and self-defense, kids, teens, and adults boost their confidence and fitness while learning various combat styles, including karate, Muay Thai, and tae kwon do. Students can also learn the samurai's main defense method during ju-jitsu lessons—in which a soft grappling style prevails—or undertake the western ways of kickboxing—which incorporates fast-paced karate moves.
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.
91% of 268 customers recommend
“I am very motivated!”
“Good for a beginner or someone who wants to learn good technique. Everyone is very nice and helpful. Call for directions, your gps will tell you it's acouple blocks...”
“Good for a beginner or someone who wants to learn good technique. Everyone is very nice and helpful. Call for directions, your gps will tell you it's acouple blocks farther then it really is”