Martial artists wear colorful belts to indicate their mastery of fighting techniques and their passionate disdain for suspenders. Achieve stylish self-defense strategies with today's Groupon: for $25, you get one month of unlimited boxing, hapkido, and mixed-martial-arts classes, gym access, and six speed and agility training sessions at XSI Factory in Lehi (up to a $150 value).
XSI Factory offers a vast selection of body-toning, martial-arts-oriented classes in its 70,000-square-foot workout fitness temple. Taught by Ultimate Fighting Championship competitor Jeremy Horn, the mixed-martial-arts class commences with a wrestling warm-up and the donning of the ritual wizard robes. Striking, grappling, and submission techniques lay the groundwork for fighting knowledge, concluding with an intense core-strength workout. The boxing workout class obliterates calories in a fun environment, propagating endurance and strength with limited class sizes to ensure professional trainers dole out personal attention and discourage Rocky impersonations. For traditional martial-arts instruction, hapkido classes increase flexibility and stamina with a self-defense system that incorporates kicks, punches, chokeholds, and other defensive techniques.
In addition to unlimited classes, the month of XSI Factory access includes six one-hour Velocity Sports Performance adult training sessions. These intense micro-experiences run groups of 8–10 pupils through speed and agility drills, helping to improve performance for every sport except falconry. XSI’s cavernous facility also contains five basketball courts and ProForm treadmills featuring Google Maps technology, allowing joggers to experience the thrill of sprinting across the Indian Ocean.
Could you survive a zombie apocalypse? Zombie Apocalypse’s haunted house dares guests to live out this scenario trapped inside the XSI Factory, where haunted scenes tests their mettle against the unrelenting forces of diseased, flesh-hungry corpses. In this interactive setting—designed by professional set crews and manned by gorily outfitted actors—guests put their survival skills to the test to see if they can get past the hoards of the undead who crave nothing but your brains or the unlimited borrowing privileges for your Encyclopaedia Britannica collection. The set design and zombies' costumes and makeup realistically immerse guests into the terror, and they are also encouraged to dress up and do their best zombie impressions. To avoid the long lines, clients can purchase fast-pass tickets or opt for the VIP package to get mauled within the sinister scenes faster.
4425 N Thanksgiving Way
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