Although inflatable muscle suits are easy to apply and double as flotation devices, natural brawn actually lifts heavy objects and doesn't deflate when given a routine allergy shot. Blow up your fitness routine with today's Groupon: for $59, you get two months of unlimited CrossFit classes at TBC CrossFit (a $400 value).
An experienced personal trainer, amateur bodybuilder, and former gymnast, TBC CrossFit coach Carrie Carmichael discovered her true calling in the fitness industry while working as a police officer and helping fellow cops get and stay in shape. With four other trainers on staff, TBC CrossFit conditions exercisers with a high-intensity conditioning style that wields functional movements and short bursts of cardio to quickly whittle and tone bodies. Those new to the practice must first enroll and attend CrossFit fundamentals, during which instructors oversee newbies’ technique to ensure safe execution of the nine foundational movements of CrossFit: squats, front squats, overhead squats, press, push press, push jerk, deadlifts, medicine ball clean, and sumo deadlift high pull. After four to eight fundamentals classes, patrons graduate to regular-level CrossFit sessions, which wield barbells, kettle bells, sandbags, medicine balls, and body-weight resistance to mold muscles. Classes change routines regularly in order to keep muscular adaptation at bay, while the studio’s schedule includes classes that convene seven days a week in the early morning, evening, or at lunchtime to accommodate any busy work or egg-pickling agenda.
An experienced personal trainer, amateur bodybuilder, and former gymnast, Carrie Carmichael discovered her true calling while helping her fellow cops stay in shape. Her fitness career quickly evolved from part-time personal trainer to entrepreneur in 2008, when she opened her gym. Alongside a team of certified trainers, Carmichael now conditions clients of all fitness levels with a high-intensity style that uses functional movements and short bursts of cardio to whittle and tone bodies. The trainers safely guide students through the nine foundational CrossFit movements: squats, front squats, overhead squats, press, push press, push jerk, deadlifts, medicine-ball clean, and sumo deadlift high pull.
The trainers teach CrossFit classes in levels one and two to ensure that their clients' muscles are not overtaxed. They also shape up little ones during CrossFit kids' classes. When they're not teaching their students to toss around weighted medicine balls or deadlift a beached whale, trainers customize workouts with personal-training and yoga classes, as well as amplify results with USANA nutrition supplements.
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