Releasing sweat is one way the body lowers its temperature, as is shooting smoke out of the ears or instinctively charging into the ocean. Keep it cool with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $15 for two obstacle-course visits, including harness rental for one person (up to a $34 value)
- $25 for four Core classes for one person (a $60 value)
- $30 for two admissions to a 90-minute Ninja Warrior training for one person (a $70 value)<p>
The first option provides guest with all-day access to Iron Sports indoor obstacle course, complete with rock-climbing walls, run-up ramps, and rope belay systems. This course is also the backdrop for the 90-minute Ninja Warrior sessions, which send students running, jumping, and climbing their way through challenging workouts. The one-hour beginner and advanced Core classes focuses on strengthening and toning abs via kickboxing, stretching, and upper-body exercises.<p>
Iron Sports Indoor Obstacle Course
The year was 1975, and Sam Sann crept alongside his grandmother and sister through the untamed countryside of Cambodia. He and his family were fleeing political insurgents on foot, barely subsisting on snakes and any other sustenance they could find. After four years of wandering, the Sann clan finally made it to Houston, where Sam excelled in cross-country and track. From his post as a staffer at a gym in high school, Sam ascended to personal trainer after graduation and eventually opened Iron Sports Indoor Obstacle Course with the help of his wife, Gabby. Well-known for having a spirit more generous than the secret lovechild of Santa and a fairy godmother, Sam eagerly welcomes up to 60 visitors at a time into his unique two-story obstacle course fitness studio. Exercisers of all skill levels tether themselves to a rope belay system to surmount potholed walls with climbing pegs and then scurry through tunnels at the top of ladders. From ramps for running to monkey bars for swinging, the course offers a unique approach to wellness with fun built in.
The gym also houses traditional cardio and weight machines from Precor and two First Degree Fitness Fluid Cycles XT, which are akin to a bike for the upper body. Instructors, including American Ninja Warrior veteran Drew Drechsel, have backgrounds in sports medicine and fitness, and incorporate the facility's obstacle course and gym equipment into classes such as a year-round boot camp, Kids Fit sessions, and Zumba.