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July 16, 2016
What You'll Get
The gym is a safe place to work out, unlike the home of a stranger who promised you unlimited access to his room full of 20-pound hammers. Work up a healthy sweat with this voucher.
Choose from Three Options
- $17 for 10 CrossFit classes (a $150 value)
- $21 for 15 CrossFit classes (a $200 value)
- $30 for one month of unlimited CrossFit classes (a $135 value)
High-energy fitness classes from the renowned CrossFit program employ various movements and equipment, helping students build endurance and strength while conditioning and toning their bodies. Each class is different, boasting a workout of the day, which may include reps of kettlebell swings, ring dips, and box jumps. Check the schedule for class times.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Must sign waiver. New clients only. Sessions must be completed within 60 days of activation. All classes must be used by the same person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About CrossFit Cherokee
Starting a new workout regimen can be intimidating. That's where the professionals at CrossFit Cherokee come in. According to level-one-certified trainer Lori, the staff cheers on students of all stripes, irrespective of their skill or experience levels. Lori is just one of eight dedicated instructors at CrossFit Cherokee. They have a variety of backgrounds, but they all share a passion for their own fitness as well as their students’ fitness. They leverage the CrossFit program to help participants get in shape during constantly changing sessions. Their classes incorporate new moves each time to keep things interesting and prevent boredom; this mix might include chin-ups, 400-meter runs, and back squats.
The team also assists new members by creating diets and 30-day workout plans as well as posting notes of encouragement on their blog. Instructors rotate leading classes—like when a high-school math teacher teaches bio, and the bio teacher teaches how much mRNA is in a dumbbell.