Pay R99 for a month’s worth of Martial Arts training sessions at Ballito Bulldogs Dojo valued at R300 (save 67%)

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  • Save 67% on one month’s worth of group martial arts training sessions
  • Professional training by Sensei Guy Sheehan

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  • Groupon redeemable for up to 3 months
  • Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
  • Redemption only on presentation of printed Groupon
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To some, a black belt is nothing but a piece of material that’s wrapped around your waist. It doesn’t even hold anything up. However, to some it is a state of mind, an indication of your skill and ability and indicates to others that you shouldn’t be messed with. If you feel the latter then you’ll love today’s Groupon: one month of group training sessions at Ballito Bulldogs Dojo for R99.

Learn how to upper cut, fly through the air and attack people with your mind and agility rather than your fists and feet. After a few training sessions at Ballito Bulldogs Dojo you’ll know how to shoot mind bullets, open doors with your eyes and get your dog, Roxy, to make you tea with your ability to talk to animals. OK, not quite, but the mind bullets thing is true.

You’ll also begin to see changes in your body as the skilful Sensei Guy Sheehan takes you through the various martial arts styles. This physical conditioning and proficiency of the mind has left many returning for more, always in the search of bettering their abilities and mental and physical temperament. Most of them come back just to stock up on mind bullets.

The month’s worth of professional training sessions is a learning experience and is bound to bring out the Jackie Chan in you. Or if at the moment you’re more of a crouching couch potato hidden doughnut then Sensei Guy Sheehan will help you to achieve your ideal physique through martial arts training.

Martial arts fact: The first grasshopper to perform a martial arts move was a ninja grasshopper who accidently kicked a zebra in the face. The move become known as “the hopper kick” and has become popular among horses, donkeys and cows all around Africa.

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