Working out with professional gym equipment is preferable to improvised workouts, such as coffee-table parkour and trying to lift one of everything at Costco. Bulk up with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $29 for one month of unlimited CrossFit classes (a $200 value)
- $49 for two months of unlimited CrossFit classes (a $350 value)
- $59 for three months of unlimited CrossFit classes (a $500 value)
Newcomers are required to take a four-class introduction to CrossFit (included in this Groupon), which meets on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday at 8 p.m. for one week. Students unable to attend during those times can book a private four-session course for $25. The introductory classes orient them to the CrossFit methods, exercises, and nutrition philosophy and ensure they proceed to regular classes with proper technique. CrossFit veterans are not required to take the intro class if they can demonstrate proper lift technique. To see a class schedule, click here.
Though CrossFit Prestige sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Before he became the owner and head trainer at CrossFit Prestige, Arthur Santos played professional minor-league baseball for the Red Sox, Braves, Royals, and Mets. Arthur, who is also a tae kwon do black belt, saw his life change dramatically when he tried his first CrossFit workout. Fast-forward to the present, and now Arthur and his team of CrossFit-certified coaches introduce new athletes to the CrossFit community and help them achieve their fitness goals.
In their gym—which looks like an industrialized fitness warehouse—a pull-up rig occupies an entire wall as droves of students cling to it during the Workout of the Day. Gymnastics rings dangle from the rig’s suspended bars, and bumper plates stack up on the wall and entice students to perform moves such as overhead squats, cleans, and deadlifts. Because CrossFit stresses varied fitness, WODs rotate every day, just like the moon’s sleep playlist. Today students might be performing dips on gymnastics rings, and tomorrow they might face challenges such as push-ups, kettlebell exercises, rowing, or medicine-ball throws.