What You'll Get
Becoming a champion athlete requires focus, resilience, and constantly making sure your opponents don't drink your sweat to steal your life energy. Don't get licked with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $25 for a one-month unlimited membership with one personal-training session (a $150 value)
- $99 for a four-week women's self-defense course (a $200 value)
- $399 for a one-year children's Jiu Jitsu and boxing membership (a $1,200 value)
Unlimited members gain one month of access to a full gym and classes including boxing and kickboxing, Jiu Jitsu, CrossFit, and yoga. Women's self-defense courses meet for a two-hour session each week. A children's membership provides access to age-appropriate Jiu Jitsu and boxing classes that build strength and teach discipline.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 27, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. May redeem across visits. Not valid for prior and existing members. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Victory MMA and Fitness
Navy SEAL veteran and MMA coach Brian Sargent had a vision of a cutting-edge mixed-martial-arts facility. He knew what equipment was needed, but it was not until 2007—when he teamed with Joe Mannino, a 30-year owner and operator of a health club—that the nitty-gritty details fell into place. With Mannino’s newly envisioned facility and Sargent’s training know-how, the two built Victory MMA and Fitness, bringing on a staff of top-notch trainers to teach a burgeoning clientele of professional MMA fighters.
The sounds of pumping hearts and fists swooshing through the air that Brian and Joe love to hear can be sensed between the glass walls and doors that divide the 22,000-square-foot facility into eight training areas, and there’s room left over for a retail shop and ringside café. A 20-foot mixed-martial-arts cage and 7,000 square feet of mats host aspiring pugilists as they train their wrists and fists among a forest of hanging punching bags, while students in Jiu Jitsu and MMA classes learn the practical art of self defense. The nearby cardio and weightlifting areas are the metaphorical psychologist’s couch upon which personal trainers condition their clients, and a cordoned-off yoga studio breaks the black-and-red patterning of the gym with bright white walls and a pale hardwood floor.