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What You'll Get
Most creatures react to danger with a "fight or flight" response, which means they either box their opponent or commandeer a nearby blimp. Hone your pugilistic instinct with this Groupon.
$60 for Two Months of Unlimited Boxing or Kickboxing Classes ($190 Value)
Coaches strip away contact and sparring from a competitive boxing or kickboxing workout to create a fitness-focused regimen. More than simple cardio acceleration, the exercises teach footwork in the ring alongside punch and kick combos that knock the stuffing out of focus pads, kicking shields, and armchairs that get too handsy. Students perform breathing exercises that lend power to blows and keep the mind clear during combat, and complimentary protective hand wraps harden fists beneath take-home boxing gloves. Classes take place six days a week—Monday through Saturday—and students can attend any session, or augment their sessions by working out on the gym's equipment any time during business hours.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 31, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gifts. Not valid if used services in past 60 days. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Champions Boxing Gym
Bob Miller has kept men, women, and children off the ropes for more than 25 years. As a certified U.S. amateur-boxing Level II coach and professional trainer, he's armed men and women with confidence and competence to jab, bob, and weave into professional boxing careers. Bob continues to focus his pugilistic pedagogy on the nitty-gritty of footwork, conditioning, and practice lessons of aspiring boxers of all skill levels. The boxing gym sports boxing rings, heavy and speed bags, and an avalanche of tools to keep warriors light on their feet and free from the wrath of inflatable, bottom-heavy clowns. After sparring, kickboxing, or jujitsuing with one of the coaches during any number of cardio-blasting classes, students can ratchet down adrenaline levels by taking a relaxing shower in the locker rooms with free towel service.