Tran’s Martial Arts and Fitness Center Coupons and Deals
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COUPON TO GET 2 LESSONS + A FREE T-SHIRT FOR ONLY $14.99, WITH THE PURCHASE OF TWO LESSONS, GET TWO ADDITIONAL LESSONS FREE, AT TRAN'S FITNESS & KICKBOXING IN DENVER, CO LOCATION ONLY. Not valid with any other offer. With Valpak® coupon only. Coupon void if altered. Expires 01/18/2013
Kickboxing masters combine martial arts & boxing techniques while students of all skill levels sculpt svelte physiques with punches & kicks
Running on the treadmill have you feeling like a hamster in a wheel? Break out of your rut with today's deal for 1 Month of Unlimited Fitness Classes, like RealRyder Cycling, Ballet-Booty-Blast & More, for just $45 from Tran's Fitness & Kickboxing.If you're ready to create a healthy lifestyle, Tran's Fitness and Kickboxing Center is the perfect place to start. Tran's offers a unique menu of results oriented fitness classes for all ages and fitness levels. The instructors and trainers are knowledgeable, positive and energetic, inspiring and motivating you to create your best body ever!Try fun and exciting classes like Ballet-Booty-Blast for a unique barre workout mixing ballet, dance, pilates, cardio and strength training to create long lean muscle tone and a super strong core. Or, check out RealRyder indoor cycling, with bikes that lean and turn side to side so you can workout your entire body all at the same time!Shake off the pounds by shaking up your routine with today's fit deal!
Working out is No. 2 on the list of most popular daily activities in America, behind teaching dogs to swear. Be your own best friend with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $49 for 12 fitness classes (a $192 value) $55 for one-month membership with unlimited classes (up to a $149 value) Instructors tone bodies with an impressively eclectic slew of fitness classes throughout the week. KO Cardio teachers use kickboxing moves and high-energy music to incinerate calories. During RealRyder/Yoga classes, yogis take turns as bicycle sherpas, guiding students up imaginary hills mounted on RealRyder bikes that sway from side ...