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3-, 6-, or 12-Month Cardio-Kickboxing Membership with Unlimited Classes at Studio Kicks Palo Alto (Up to 92% Off)

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World-champion martial artist and film actor Richard Branden conducts energetic kickboxing and circuit-training exercises

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Promotional value expires Apr 4, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. New members only. Classes must be used by the same person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Studio Kicks Palo Alto - Palo Alto: 3-, 6-, or 12-Month Cardio-Kickboxing Membership with Unlimited Classes at Studio Kicks Palo Alto (Up to 92% Off)

Punching a bag full of sand is a safer way to make you fit than punching a shark that is well liked by the community. Touch gloves with this Groupon.

Choose from Three Options

  • $29 for a 3-month cardio kickboxing membership with unlimited classes (up to a $297 value)
  • $55 for a 6-month cardio kickboxing membership with unlimited classes (up to a $594 value)
  • $99 for a 12-month cardio kickboxing membership with unlimited classes (up to a $1,188 value)

The studio offers a variety of fitness classes, including a cardio-kickboxing class where trainers guide students through energetic routines of kicks, punches, and conditioning drills. During bag classes, combinations are practiced on water-filled bags to help strengthen and sculpt muscles. Instructors also offer a power-kickboxing class for more advanced students, where they intersperse circuit-training routines with kickboxing combinations that focus on developing proper technique and form. In TRX & Stretch classes, they combine suspension-training workouts with martial-arts stretching exercises. See the class schedule.

Studio Kicks Palo Alto

Amid the mythical landscapes and thrilling martial-arts battles in the film Mortal Kombat, you might see Richard Branden performing swift punches and mighty kicks as an outland warrior. Richard’s role in Mortal Kombat is just one of his many motion-picture credits, which include a stunt-double role in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and the Yin-Yang Man in WMAC Masters. The internationally renowned warrior has been practicing in martial arts since 1976, earning more than 35 international titles and six gold medals in chinese kung fu. A firm believer in the practice’s ability to enhance discipline and focus, as well as strength and agility, Branden opened Studio Kicks Palo Alto to help students of all ages reap martial arts’ many benefits.

Bright red and blue mats sweep across the floor of the expansive studio, where Branden's staff conduct a variety of combat-centric classes. The trainers lead energetic circuit-training routines and kickboxing combinations in adult fitness classes, helping students improve form and technique as they work toward sliming their physiques and toning their muscles. Youngsters and adults alike can enroll in the martial-arts program, where instructors guide students through movements, techniques, and training exercises that aim to boost power, flexibility, and strength. In addition to improving physical fitness, the program’s curriculum seeks to bolster self-confidence, much like an Armani blazer with the padded shoulders and biceps already sown in.

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    Palo Alto

    796A San Antonio Rd.

    Palo Alto, CA 94303


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