A healthy mind in a healthy body is the most any of us can ask for, besides a genius mind in a 50-foot-tall robo body. Get into shape with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $15 for 6 CrossFit classes, plus two CrossFit 101 intro classes (a $160 value)
- $25 for 12 CrossFit classes, plus two CrossFit 101 intro classes (a $220 value)
- $39 for 24 CrossFit classes, plus two CrossFit 101 intro classes (a $340 value)
Participants begin with two CrossFit 101 intro classes, which walk through foundational movements such as the dead lift. They then join open small-group classes that adhere to the ever-changing Workout of the Day, or WOD. These one-hour classes are currently scheduled throughout the week.
Ask one of the coaches at Operation CrossFit to define CrossFit, and they'll probably say it's "constantly varied, high intensity, functional movement." Then ask them to describe the typical workout, and they'll probably say there isn't one. On any given day, it could be a series of kettlebell swings, pull-ups, and double unders—jumping rope with two revolutions per jump—in 10 minutes. Such a workout challenges every metabolic pathway, not to mention builds strength and cardiovascular endurance. Tomorrow, the workout might be a series of 200-meter runs interspersed with air squats and percussive panting.
By constantly changing the workout, CrossFit prepares the body for anything. Head coach Peyton Warren and his team lead every group workout, upholding the CrossFit ethos of support and encouragement by adjusting exercises to accommodate all levels of fitness. They also mix up locales, often taking things outside. For those with specific goals, Operation's coaches gladly lend their expertise to helping students train for events such as obstacle races and castle-tower escapes.
99% of 68 customers recommend
“Great people that will help you achieve your goals!”
“Good place for beginners. If you want try crossfit but are intimidated by what you see on tv this is a good place to start.”
“Everyone I came in contact with was genuinely nice and very informative.”