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
- $49 for a six-week CrossFit boot camp for one (a $100 value)
- $95 for a six-week CrossFit boot camp for two (a $200 value)
During CrossFit sessions, trainers lead pupils through an ever-changing array of functional movements, such as tire lifts and squats, that combine elements of gymnastics, cardio, and weightlifting to help them achieve fitness goals and get slimmed down for summer. Boot-camp sessions take place Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 5 a.m. and 10 a.m.
CrossFit South Lewisville
At CrossFit South Lewisville, passionate trainers lead students of all shapes, sizes, and fitness levels through high-intensity workouts that blend gymnastics, weightlifting, and cardio to mold the body into a lithe, athletic machine. Developed by Greg Glassman in 2002, CrossFit depends on a dedicated community of followers that motivate each other through an ever-changing barrage of daily exercises. The workouts focus on functional movement and variety, steering clear of the repetitive, pointless grind of a cross-country stationary bike ride. Instructors at CrossFit South Lewisville do more than inspire their pupils to lift massive tractor tires or increase their heart rates—they welcome them into a community of fellow athletes, shaping flab into muscle with personal training, nutrition planning, and sports-specific workouts.
95% of 143 customers recommend
“The owners are great trainers that want to give you a good honest workout and help you reach your strength goals.”
“Good class keep up the good work”
“I had no idea what a CrossFit class was before attending the first class. It's a little intimidating, but very fun and a GREAT workout. I wish there were more basic...”
“I had no idea what a CrossFit class was before attending the first class. It's a little intimidating, but very fun and a GREAT workout. I wish there were more basic classes to help gain confidence before jumping into the real thing.”