Learn the art of eight limbs with today's Groupon for a month membership to MKG Martial Arts, which gets you unlimited kicking, punching, and screaming. MKG's state-of-the-art facility is a 4,600-square-foot studio with a fully matted training area, heavy bags, speed bag, boxing ring, wing chun dummies, free-weights and fitness equipment for student use.
MKG's classes include kickboxing, mixed martial arts (Muay Thai kickboxing, Kali Panantukan, Jun Fan martial arts, and more), and core classes to train for specific arts. This Groupon is good for a month of unlimited classes. MKG offers early morning, day, and evening classes that make it easy to work out anytime. There are also classes for children and teens, so this Groupon's a great gift for boisterous, blundering boys who want to learn lunch money–saving Bruce Lee moves.
Martial arts training is an extremely challenging cardiovascular workout that relieves stress by providing an outlet for aggression. Adults go to MKG for a hardcore, total-body workout that strengthens and tones muscles. Everything you learn in a MKG course could be useful for real-world self-defense, and it's a ton of fun to learn. The school isn't a hyper-traditional martial arts studio where everyone wears uniforms and follows elaborate martial arts rituals; staff and students are fun-loving, friendly people who want a workout that doesn't get boring (there are several hundred martial arts systems so you can spend a lifetime learning new moves).
Owner and head instructor Andy Wilson is one of the highest ranking Muay Thai, Kali, Combat Submission Wrestling and Jeet Kune Do instructors in the Pacific Northwest. In addition he holds a black belt ranking in Chuan Lu Boxing, a blue belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and a green glove Savate, and is knowledgeable in every other type of martial arts known to man.
Owner and head instructor Andy Wilson is one of the highest ranking Muay Thai, Kali, Combat Submission Wrestling and Jeet Kune Do instructors in the Pacific Northwest. In addition he holds a black belt ranking in Chuan Lu Boxing, a blue belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu a green glove Savate, and is knowledgeable in every other type of martial arts known to man.
Yelpers give MKG a perfect five stars:
- MKG is a great change of place to the 24 Hour Fitnesses, Curves, or Gold's. There are [sic] an array of Martial Art and fitness classes to choose from at all times of the day. Each one has their own special focus, but all will get you working up a sweat. – Mike T.
- If youre like me, and you haven't been able to start and keep a fitness routine, MKG can help… Or you never know, you might be like me, and end up wanting to sign up for session after session because its [sic] the most productive thing you do with your day. – Shannon S.
- I love MKG. They're right on when they say that they are a relaxed atmosphere with no egos where one can truly learn… They emphasize safety, respect, education and commitment. – Michelley W.
MAX10 Fitness & Boot Camp
A sign hangs over the entrance of MKG Martial Arts International: Leave your ego at the door. It’s the first indication of the group-minded, family-like camaraderie among the students and highly trained instructors, and it's a sentiment that holds true in each of the gym’s three areas of expertise—adult martial arts and kickboxing, cross-training fitness classes, and youth programs for tykes as young as 4. MKG's MAX10 Fitness & Boot Camp program challenges fitness-goers to reach new goals.
Known as MAX, the 4,500-square-foot studio's cross-training classes help students get into shape during boot-camp- and kickboxing-inspired workouts. Sessions, such as Bag Combat or MAX Strength, torch calories and tone muscles while keeping boredom at bay with continuously changing routines and punching bags that explode into butterflies every time they’re hit.
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