Working out is No. 2 on the list of most popular daily activities in America, behind teaching dogs to swear. Be your own best friend with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $49 for four weeks of CrossFit Fundamentals classes at the Cordova location (a $197 value)
- $49 for four weeks of CrossFit Fundamentals classes at the Collierville location (a $135 value)
- $59 for four weeks of CrossFit Fundamentals classes and two weeks of regular CrossFit classes at the Cordova location (a $329.50 value)
- $59 for four weeks of CrossFit Fundamentals classes and two weeks of regular CrossFit classes at the Collierville location (a $225 value)
Students meet up to three times per week for CrossFit Fundamentals classes. During each session, instructors familiarize students with new and foundational CrossFit skills and movements, while demonstrating how to lift weights safely and efficiently without resorting to driving a forklift into the gym.
After completing the CrossFit Fundamentals course, students can attend an unlimited number of regular CrossFit classes throughout the week. During these sessions, instructors lead high-intensity routines that combine gymnastics, weightlifting, sprinting, and jumping. See the Cordova and Collierville schedules for class times.<p>
Faction Strength and Conditioning
Faction Strength and Conditioning is a CrossFit gym, which means exercisers gather regularly for intense, rigorous workouts that change up every day. Most opt for the regular WOD, or "workout of the day" CrossFit sessions, which might incorporate anything from pull-ups to powerlifting to sprinting, but competitive athletes can train in Competitor and Weightlifting sessions.
Though the gym is characterized by tough, discipline-building routines, coaches make sure everyone feels welcome. Memberships start with three weeks of Fundamentals class, which acclimates newbies to CrossFit's unique challenges and imparts safety principles. And on the gym's FAQ page, the question "Do I need to be in good shape before I start CrossFit?" is answered with a "Psssh…NO!"