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 Four Options
- $59 for 10 Train Like A Boxer classes with hand wraps (a $408 value)
- $79 for 20 Train Like A Boxer classes with hand wraps (a $808 value)
- $99 for 10 private Train Like A Boxer classes with hand wraps (a $658 value)
- $179 for 20 private Train Like A Boxer classes with hand wraps (a $1,308 value)
Students begin training by learning basic stances and how to wrap their hands and wrists. This is followed by lessons in how to bob and weave around the ring and how to outwit a heavy bag or speed bag with fancy footwork and a flurry of punches. Certified personal trainers and boxing experts hone bodies into hard-hitting machines with workouts such as tractor-tire flips, TRX monkey-bar training, and Jacobs Ladder climbs.
Vo2max CEO Matthew Dupee began his flirtation with fitness on his high-school crew team, where he first developed a deep respect for physical discipline. Since then, he’s spent years in education and healthcare vocations, earning his fitness-trainer certification and starting up Vo2max with his wife and co-president, Jessica. Matthew and Jessica now teach others to master the mysteries of gym workouts and equipment with calculated, tailor-made exercise and diet plans. The Vo2max Fitness model combines every aspect of fitness—boxing, endurance, strength, function, and form—by offering individualized, personal attention in a group setting where no two workouts are the same.
The Dupees’ striking, battleship-gray studio fuses the martial vigor of the ancient Trojans with the interior-decorating aesthetics of the ancient Spartans, fine-tuning bodies with no-frills resistance-training apparatuses, monkey bars, and punching bags. Boxing coaches teach students how to stand, punch, and move within the ring for a high-intensity workout, and students of any age, stature, or ability enhance their health with intense, effective fitness exercises pulled from fight training, such as flipping a 250-pound tractor tire, swinging hammers, or high-fiving a steelworker. Trainees put their endurance and agility to the test with regular workouts, while a team of trainers puts their impressive resumés to work with hands-on instruction in nutrition, exercise, and boxing techniques.