Getting into shape involves building muscle, losing fat, and shaving bones down into less massive bones. Look lithe with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $39 for one month of CrossFit classes, up to three per week (up to a $120 value)
- $76 for two months of CrossFit classes, up to three per week (up to a $240 value)
Victor CrossFit's program starts with On Ramp classes, in which coaches teach the foundational exercises of CrossFit, such as dead lifts, Russian-kettlebell swings, and box jumps. After three weeks of On Ramp, coaches let students join WOD—Workout of the Day—classes, provided students demonstrate adequate readiness. Should coaches feel students are not yet ready for WOD classes, they advise on what each student needs to improve and continue working with them in On Ramp, all the while whipping students into shape.
On Ramp classes are scheduled by appointment, and the WOD class schedule spans mornings and evening sessions Monday–Saturday.
Victor CrossFit's workouts are scalable to every age and fitness level. If you can't do a pull-up, no problem. VCF's coaches will cheer you on while you grab a platform and do negative pull-ups starting from the bar. If you can't do negative pull-ups, they'll scale you back to static hangs or body-weight rows using Olympic rings. They're happy to do it, because they know sooner or later, you'll build to a full pull-up. And once you do that, they can teach you advanced variations, such as kipped pull-ups.
The staff helps launch fitness journeys in Victor CrossFit's small-group WOD—Workout of the Day—classes. It begins with the On Ramp program, where coaches teach the proper form of foundational exercises such as Russian-kettlebell swings and Olympic lifts. Once clients have demonstrated adequate preparedness, coaches let them enter the WOD workouts, which change each day and emphasize functional movements to develop all-over conditioning. Throughout every workout, the staff fosters camaraderie and inclusiveness through ongoing support. They also encourage participants to motivate one another and affectionately refer to them as ninjas. VCF's trainers can also support clients beyond the gym by advising them on paleo dieting, which emphasizes nuts and seeds, little starch, and only the freshest brontosaurus eggs.
6548 Anthony Dr.
Victor, New York 14564