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$20 for 30 Kickboxing and Fitness Classes from FIGHT2FITNESS ($299 Value)

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30-class pass allows students of all ability levels to gain access to a variety of fitness and Kickboxing classes at various locations

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10 ratings10 reviews
December 16, 2019
They were very nice and if you like group classes it would be great. I am just not a fan of group classes. So I won't be using the coupon
2 ratings1 reviews
December 15, 2019
I have been attending classes at Karate America, (Orange Park, FL) . Facility, staffing, and instruction is OUTSTANDING! Very pleased and would highly recommend.
1 ratings1 reviews
October 9, 2019
I love it here! Good workout and I love that they focus on technique!
Joshuahelpful reviewer
1 ratings1 reviews
August 20, 2019
Great Class, im addicted now ..LOVE IT
1 ratings1 reviews
July 19, 2019
awesome experience
Janayhelpful reviewer
1 ratings1 reviews
May 15, 2018
Had my first class and it was amazing. It is such a good workout and the instructor is very helpful and takes his time with each student.
Loritop reviewer helpful reviewer
91 ratings70 reviews
May 11, 2018
I loved my time at gym in Odenton. I wish I could’ve gone more. They only allow 5 times. But the other places were either inconvenient or inconvenient hours.
2 ratings1 reviews
April 21, 2018
Amazing! Definitely going back. Everyone was very friendly and helpful. Instructors give everyone attention and offer great tips.
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  • $20 for 30 kickboxing and fitness classes ($299 value)

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Boxing Gloves: A Bareknuckler’s Brainchild

Though still not for the faint of heart, boxing used to be an even more rough-and-tumble affair. Brush up on your boxing history with Groupon’s look into the advent and evolution of boxing gloves.

Englishman Jack Broughton never met a brawl his bare fists couldn’t handle. Often referred to as the Father of The English School of Pugilism, Broughton thrived within the barbaric world of bare-knuckle boxing. In 1741, his battering of then-champion George Stevenson led to Broughton’s coronation as England’s finest fighter—and, weeks later, Stevenson’s death. As such, many British nobles and gentlemen turned to Broughton to teach them the art of self-defense, but the fragility of their porcelain fists led Broughton to improvise a means of protection. Citing the “inconvenience of black eyes, broken noses, and bloody jaws” they may sustain while sparring, Broughton invented “mufflers,” a set of leather mitts padded with horsehair or lamb’s wool—the first known iteration of boxing gloves.

When the tradition of bare-knuckle fighting ended in 1892, gloves became a mainstay of mainstream boxing, though their exact specifications evolved significantly over the ensuing century. In the first gloved, heavyweight championship fight, John Sullivan and James Corbett donned 5-ounce mitts. Today, mostly due to an increased emphasis on protecting fighters, standard gloves for professional bouts weigh between 8 and 10 ounces. Though the tanned leather exterior of most present-day gloves vaguely recalls Broughton’s prototype, their cushioning no longer requires shearing livestock; instead, most gloves contain high-density polyurethane. Before bouts, the gloves must pass scrupulous inspection to ensure that neither fighter has unfairly altered their specifications by wrapping them in bare fists.

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Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Online registration required. Must activate by the expiration date on your voucher, classes expire 180 days from activation date. Online class reservations required at Valid only for new clients to each location. Not valid for walk-ins. Valid for up to 10 classes per company, visit their site and enter your location for details. Locations and schedules are subject to change. Subject to availability. All goods or services must be used by the same person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.