At a certain age it becomes important to take care of yourself, usually right after your set of baby muscles falls out. Be stronger than your baby self with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $29.99 for one month of unlimited CrossFit classes (a $140 value)
- $49.99 for two months of unlimited CrossFit classes (a $280 value)
- $59.99 for three months of unlimited CrossFit classes (a $420 value)
After showing new students the CrossFit ropes in a series of introductory On-Ramp classes, instructors welcome them to join a regimen of “workouts of the day” held six days a week, with a special women-only class on Sunday. They change the specific workout each day to keep bodies and minds engaged.
When an injury sidelined Jake from participating in his regular martial arts training, his restlessness took him to the Internet in search of another form of exercise. He discovered CrossFit, spent the next three months reading about it, and finally began training. His enthusiasm for the exercise was infectious. His friends wanted in.
So Jake headed to a local park with a few martial arts buddies, ready to show them the ropes. But Jake's little tribe grew too large, and park officials kicked them out. They tried practicing at a friend's garage, but once again, their ranks swelled and a concerned neighbor phoned the city. They retreated to a hidden warehouse, little more than a box, and there at last they found some room to flourish. When the tribe finally over-spilled that storage space, Jake traded up, getting a building at the corner of Kyrene and Chandler that tripled their former square-footage.
Today, Jake employs six trainers who run CrossFit's signature daily workouts six days a week. They even host a special women-only class on Sundays. They stick to the three pillars of CrossFit—Olympic weightlifting, gymnastics, and metabolic conditioning—but they change which specific exercises they do every day, jumbling together familiar lifts with new challenges in a way that makes people consistently sweat different colors.