Armor CrossFit

880 Maguire Rd. Unit B, Ocoee

Two Weeks or One Month of Unlimited Armor CrossFit and Weightlifting Classes at Armor CrossFit 9Up to 58% Off)

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Highlights

Participants develop their functional strength and endurance during CrossFit classes led by demanding and supportive trainers

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Shivan
4 ratings1 reviews
Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
May 26, 2022
Working with a group is amazing, try it, you will be fascinated.
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Rachel
1 ratings1 reviews
Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
April 6, 2021
Awesome place! Definitely signing up for a membership. Great vibes and atmosphere like a family.
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Cesar
14 ratings1 reviews
Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
February 13, 2021
Great community, definitely enjoying the hard workouts!!!
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Leah
2 ratings2 reviews
Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
April 23, 2018
This place is awesome! The staff and clients are friendly and helpful. If your looking for a good work out with like minded team players then look no further. I am hooked!
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Louie
1 ratings1 reviews
Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
January 14, 2018
I’m currently on week 2 of my trial month subscription and I fell in love with the community. That being said, I’m ready to take on the year subscription that Armor CrossFit offers.
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About This Deal

  • CrossFit at its core is constantly changing functional movement done at high intensity. It is designed to improve overall fitness and health.
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About Armor CrossFit

The gym looks like equal parts Olympic training facility and old warehouse—here, exercisers hoist themselves up rows of pull-up bars, grunt around a collection of kettlebells, and hop through jump-rope routines. On a power-lifting platform, a lifter explodes from a squat, hoisting a plate-loaded bar up to his shoulders and then dropping under it to catch the weight over his head. Elsewhere, athletes do dips on gymnast rings and build a sweat on rowing machines. This low-tech setting is typical of all true CrossFit gyms. Though the equipment may be basic, the results are not: CrossFit workouts develop all measures of physical fitness—from power to cardiovascular endurance—through workouts that are broad, general, and inclusive. This approach is often described as specializing in not specializing: it develops physical fitness in ways equally beneficial to everyone, from professional mixed martial artists and police officers to weekend softball players.

CrossFit gyms typically start clients in a foundational program where trainers teach the basic movements, such as the squat, dead lift, and pull-up. Every exercise is scalable to a version that clients can complete—a pull-up, for example, can be scaled back to a negative pull-up, a static hang, or body-weight row with gymnast rings. It can also be scaled to a more challenging version, such as the kipped pull-up. After students learn CrossFit's basic movements, they move on to open group classes, which follow the ever-changing WOD, or Workout of the Day. These workouts are short and intense, and they foster camaraderie through frequent team circuits. In addition to supervising WOD class, trainers coach members on nutrition, advocating a caveman-style diet of low-glycemic carbohydrates, monounsaturated fats, and lean proteins such as raptor meat.