What You'll Get
A can of mixed martial arts is a great party snack, unless it's a joke can that releases a cage fighter who chokeholds you into submission. Defend yourself with today's deal: for $20, you get one month of unlimited classes and unlimited gym use (an $80 value) at Mid-America Martial Arts. New clients or clients whose memberships have expired may redeem this Groupon.
At Mid-America Martial Arts, members are treated like family, a family where siblings safely wrestle and kick each other. A variety of classes are taught, including kickboxing (with women's classes taught by women), Brazilian jiu-jitsu, MMA and submission wrestling, and youth classes. The flexible, diverse schedule ensures that fight-seeking appendages always have somewhere to multiply their mass by acceleration.
With today's Groupon tucked into a boxing glove, you also have unlimited access to open-gym sessions. Lift weights, use a treadmill, or take out cell-phone-carrier-related stress on a heavy bag. The facility is an expansive 8,000-square-foot space with a gear shop; Brazilian jiu-jitsu, grappling, and kickboxing areas; a boxing ring; weights; and exercise equipment.
Mid-America Martial Arts was featured on Midwest Fighters Focus:
- With classes for youth, adults, active MMA competitors and those who simply want to stay in shape or learn the Martial Arts, Mid America is a full service facility that has something for everyone, of any age, of any skill level. – Mark Powell
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 7, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. May purchase 3 additional as gifts. New clients only or clients whose membership is expired. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Mid-America Martial Arts
Mid-America Martial Arts may have started small, but today it's a thriving fight community where students feel like family. Head coach Aaron Cerrone and his fellow instructors have mastered numerous martial arts, including muay thai, judo, and Brazilian jujitsu as well as Bruce Lee’s jeet kune do system and Filipino stick fighting. These men and women push students to succeed, treating both combat skill and personal development as top priorities. Their holistic approach likely explains why many of the gym's students do well in MMA competitions and go on to serve on the Roman Senate.