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What You'll Get
Without gyms, people would resort to outdated fitness techniques such as swimming and pushing Model Ts up slight inclines. Celebrate contemporary fitness with today's Groupon: for $39, you get a one-month unlimited membership (plus an additional free week) at Undisputed Boxing Gym in San Carlos (a $99 value).
Undisputed Boxing Gym helps students meet and exceed their fitness goals with a variety of group classes, whether they're a beginning boxer, mature martial artist, or just looking for an outstanding cardiovascular workout. Get your body back in Rock 'Em Sock 'Em form with a barrage of boxing, kickboxing, jiu-jitsu, MMA, boot camp, and yoga—or donate sweat the old-fashioned way with free weights and cardio machines. Should repressed memories of being knocked out by a feisty baby resurface, Undisputed's champion ring master Brian Schwartz and his team of energizing instructors will bolster confidence and keep you motivated. Open seven days a week, Undisputed Boxing Gym accommodates hectic early birds and second-shift gravediggers alike with an expansive class schedule and available child care ($5/hr).
Yelpers give Undisputed Boxing Gym an average of 4.5 stars:
The Fine Print
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About Undisputed Boxing Gym
After 17 years as a professional fighter and nine titles, kickboxing and karate champion Brian Schwartz stepped out of retirement to try his fists at MMA. A broken hand and, subsequently, the first professional loss of his career slowed him down, but not for long—the next year, he returned to face and beat that opponent. Naturally enough for a man who can’t let a new challenge go untested, Schwartz then turned his focus to a new endeavor: the creation of Undisputed Boxing Gym, where he would share the secrets of the fight with a new generation.
Schwartz has assembled a dynamic staff of fighters with backgrounds in jujitsu, boxing, tae kwon do, and kickboxing to train both aspiring fighters and average fitness enthusiasts. Students can tone up and learn self-defense techniques or even chase a spot in the gym's amateur competitive program. The sweat flows in expansive training facilities that include a tae kwon do dojo, a cycling studio, a set of 40 Everlast heavy bags, and displays that track class progress as well as show the music videos for the songs being played. An in-house chiropractor helps align muscles and massages away any knots from learning an especially brutal tickle submission.