What You'll Get
For $19, today's side deal gets you one month of unlimited Muay Thai circuit training at Total Boxing in Alpharetta (a $40 value). Muay Thai, or Thai kickboxing, trains you to not only transform your arms and legs into weapons of mass destruction, but to deploy your elbows and knees for non-stop shock and awe on your opponent's face and groin. Each searing 30-minute circuit class drops the one-on-one sparring aspect of traditional glove-jams and instead cycles students between various hanging bags for three-minute intervals of jabs, crosses, roundhouses, and more. During each 30-second rest period, you'll keep the calories burning alive with jump rope, jumping jacks, and other cooling calisthenics. One of Total's experienced instructors will be with you the entire way, critiquing your technique, pumping you up, and holding the bag steady during its well-deserved pummeling. The best part is, you can drop by any time the gym is open and hop right into the circuit. If you show up during a busy time, circuits will start every three minutes.
A favorite discipline of mixed-martial-arts fighters, Muay Thai also allows the average humanoid to tone up, get tough, and build the true confidence that comes from practical fighting knowledge.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 1, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Total Boxing
At Total Boxing, students study under experienced athletes and instructors, learning the swift leg strikes, powerful blocks, and delicate balancing skills of muay thai. Adults and children alike hone their agility, strength, and speed during invigorating lessons, safely sparring with other fighters, or practicing fist and footwork on the gym's ample collection of specially designed training bags. In addition to perfecting a blinding flurry of high-kicking feet, visitors to Total Boxing turn abs and core muscles into rippling sinew, and learn effective self-defense strategies. The part-gym, part-dojo operates with its own in-house graduated belt system to mark students' progress and development, shunning the meaningless belt-doling and cupcake-gifting of corporate academies. Other classes include the core building of Pilates, the chokes and locks that make up Brazilian jiu-jitsu, and the functional workouts in boot-camp classes.