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What You'll Get
Personal training is much more than detailed instruction on how to be an actual person. Bring relaxation and fitness goals to fruition with today's Groupon: for $99, you get one massage (a $65 value), one personal-training session (a $65 value), and a six-week gym membership with access to all classes (a $187.50 value) at CrossFit Maximus (a $317.50 total value).
Under the careful tutelage of CrossFit's experienced trainers, fitness fiends will receive one 50-minute personal-training session, which lays the track for achieving optimal health. Trainees can further their physique during six weeks of fitness-center access, which includes unlimited classes and limitless high-fives from the supportive staff. Sessions are designed to target different muscle groups, with multiple intensity levels available to ensure a challenging, varied workout. CrossFit Maximus provides a break from the conventional gym atmosphere, opting for human power instead of machines and guidance instead of free roaming. Once hamstrings start sending distress smoke signals, treat the burn with an hour-long massage that indulges the entire body and returns muscles to their default factory settings.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 10, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Must activate membership by 7/8/11, membership expires 6 weeks from activation date. Reservation required for massage and personal training session; subject to availability. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About CrossFit Maximus
As a busy student at the University of Kentucky, Jordan Baker needed a quick and effective workout that he could squeeze into his demanding schedule of classes. That was how he discovered CrossFit—an innovative fitness program that involves an ever-changing tapestry of high-intensity workouts consisting of functional movements. Jordan Baker became so enamored with the exercise form, he went on to pursue a CrossFit instructor certification. Today, he's a coach at CrossFit Maximus.
With three locations in Lexington, a 9,800-square-foot facility on Palumbo Drive, a 7,000-square-foot facility at National and North Ashland Avenues, and the new location at East Vine and Rose Street, CrossFit Maximus boasts onsite massage centers, a childcare center (not available at the National Avenue location), CrossFit classes, ZONE classes, and nutrition classes. During sessions, they draw from the gym’s arsenal of functional strength-training equipment, including free weights, medicine balls, and slack lines. Through group training and support, the team strives to create a communal atmosphere where everyone knows your name and a supportive space where everyone refrains from menacingly whispering it in unison.