Bodybuilders often say "no pain, no gain," which is why so many of them start their workouts by crashing through a window at the gym. Feel it all over with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $59 for one month unlimited CrossFit classes with a fitness assessment ($219value)
- $79 for two months unlimited CrossFit classes with a fitness assessment ($388 value)
- $99 for three months of unlimited CrossFit classes with a fitness assessment ($557 value)
Workouts consist of constantly varied, high-intensity functional exercises—which may include sled drags, medicine-ball throws, and monkey-bar work—that are adjustable for every fitness level. Both morning and evening sessions are scheduled Monday through Saturday. Reservations are not accepted, and all classes are first-come, first-served.
At Formwell, owners Rami and Heather Odeh and Andy Berman keep their mission focused on personal training by seeking out credentialed trainers—including elite trainers who have worked at Formwell for at least five years and who possess a combination of a master’s degree in exercise science and advanced training certification. Throughout the indoor and outdoor facilities, they lead clients through tailored workouts that may incorporate traditional fitness equipment, such as free weights and cardio machines. They may also draw upon alternative exercises, such as lifts on Olympic rings, kettlebell swings, and tug-o-war with a horse.
Beyond personal training, Formwell’s team leads partner training and small-group classes, such as CrossFit, plus a weight-loss program that extends to nutritional education. Tiled bathrooms with showers let guests transition between work and the gym, and a children’s room entertains young ones with a television, DVD player, and video games.
95% of 106 customers recommend
“Great gym! The trainers are very attentive and welcoming. Come dedicated and willing to do the work and you'll quickly be seeing your results.”
“Great workout. Come with a good attitude, willing to work hard and driven for results”
“Only feedback I have so far is just maybe a better introduction for the people walking in to the gym at their first visit.”