Unlike modern man, cavemen got regular exercise by hunting for dinner, hauling drinking water, and cooking food with bicycle-powered microwaves. Sneak some physical activity into convenient modern life with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $25 for 5 fitness classes (a $95 value)
- $45 for 10 fitness classes (a $160 value)
- $65 for 20 fitness classes (a $280 value)
Group classes challenge students to complete a freshly arranged workout every time. Sessions include a mix of conventional and unorthodox exercises that involve kettlebells and giant tractor tires mixed with sprinting, jumping, and pull-ups, mimicking the intensive, comprehensive workouts of athletes. Certified trainers tailor every workout to individual abilities and skill levels. Classes are held mornings and evenings throughout the week; click here for the schedule.
Strongman competitor William Harris opened his gym to help exercisers achieve ultimate physical conditioning with an innovative approach to fitness that eschews the mirrored walls, isolated machine workouts, and pie-eating competitions of standard gyms. His cadre of personal trainers—most of whom are certified Level 1 CrossFit coaches—draws on real world athleticism: trainer Phaidra Knight was named the women's' rugby player of the decade 2000–2009, and Rob Gutierrez works as a physical trainer for the NYPD. For CrossFit sessions, certified trainers design intense, ever-changing workouts that safely push members while providing motivation and support. Classes rotate through various challenges such as calisthenics, weight lifting, kettlebells, and sprinting, relying on both intensity and variety of motion to improve comprehensive fitness. To bolster long-term health, coaches dispense nutrition tips that keep bodies fueled and give clients the tools to spur fat loss and muscle gain. The results build bodies that function in real-world tasks, such as running to catch a bus, lifting a sack of dog food, or throwing a discus and riding it to work.