True strength is tested by real-life scenarios, such as your ability to push a truck out of a ditch or throw out that banged-up old set of weights you grew up with. Deal with some pretty heavy stuff with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $75 for one week of kids' CrossFit summer camp for one child (up to a $150 value)
- $125 for one week of kids' CrossFit summer camp for two children (up to a $300 value)
The kids' summer-camp program runs July 15–19 and is open to children ages 5–12. Each day includes fitness lessons and age-appropriate activities from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., such as CrossFit-style workouts, games, arts and crafts, and movies. Parents are advised to pack a bagged lunch for their children Monday–Thursday and snacks each day. On Friday, the camp will provide lunch for all of the participants.
Sometimes it seems that timeless movies and holiday meals are the only way to simultaneously entertain three generations at once, but CrossFit Caveman adds a third activity to the mix: going to the gym. There, certified coaches engage entire families in fun workouts, scaling movements to suit everyone from grandparents to 3-year-olds. Each CrossFit routine incorporates exercises modeled off of real-life actions: pushing, jumping, running, and changing a monster truck’s tire, for example. Students master these techniques during introductory sessions before reporting to mainstream classes that hone their form and tone muscles through weightlifting, gymnastics maneuvers, and calisthenics.
Owners Sharon and Ray welcome clients of all sizes to their "cave." They and their staff—which includes sports enthusiasts, a Navy drill instructor, and a CrossFit Havoc Strongman competitor—push their students to achieve milestones that once seemed incredible, such as completing a series of chin-ups or using a kettlebell for something other than a parking-space saver. In addition to their regular curriculum, they host classes for kids aged 3–12, as well as sport-specific regimens and women-only sessions.