$99 for Six Weeks of Boot-Camp or CrossFit Classes and Body-Composition Analysis at CrossFit Maximus ($390 Value)

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Pupils of all levels go through high-intensity one-hour sessions focusing on endurance, flexibility, and strength

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$99 for a Six-Week Boot-Camp or CrossFit Package ($390 Total Value)

  • Six weeks of unlimited boot-camp or CrossFit classes (a $225 value)
  • One 60-minute massage (a $70 value)
  • Comprehensive body-composition analysis, which tracks fat loss and muscle gain with the BodyMetrix System (a $95 value)
  • Four specialty CrossFit classes (included in above value)

Participants of all levels choose between one-hour boot-camp and CrossFit classes. Pupils embark on these fat-burning sessions, which hone fitness building blocks such as endurance, flexibility, and strength. The ever-changing menu of conditioning activities includes jumping rope, pulling sleds, or spelling out motivational phrases in free-weight semaphore. View the class schedule.

CrossFit Maximus

As a busy student at the University of Kentucky, Nathan Spitz needed a quick and effective workout that he could squeeze into his demanding schedule of classes. That was how he discovered CrossFit—an innovative fitness program that involves an ever-changing tapestry of high-intensity workouts consisting of functional movements. Nathan Spitz became so enamored with the exercise form, he went on to pursue a CrossFit instructor certification. Today, he's a coach at CrossFit Maximus.

With two locations in Lexington, a 9,800-square-foot facility on Palumbo Drive and a new 7,000-square-foot facility at National and North Ashland Avenues, CrossFit Maximus boasts onsite massage centers, a childcare center (not available at the National Avenue location), CrossFit classes, boot camps, kids' fitness courses, and nutrition classes. During sessions, they draw from the gym’s arsenal of functional strength-training equipment, including free weights, medicine balls, and slack lines. Through group training and support, the team strives to create a communal atmosphere where everyone knows your name and a supportive space where everyone refrains from menacingly whispering it in unison.

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