The pen is mightier than the sword, but that’s only because the pen spends three nights per week bench-pressing paperclips. Stay in tip-top, sharp-object-dodging shape with today’s Groupon to Plymouth CrossFit in Canton. Choose between the following options:
- For $30, you get a one-hour massage (a $65 value).
- For $39, you get a 60-minute fitness-assessment training session and five privately coached CrossFit preparation classes (a $165 value).
Plymouth CrossFit's trained muscle molders sculpt pliable figures into lean, athletic forms with innovative workout techniques and comprehensive health-inducing services. During one-hour massages, sports massage therapists soothe deep tissue and knead relaxation into hard-working muscles tuckered out from training or posing as models for trophy designers. Massages unfold in the training facility, offering exercisers a way to cocoon muscles in comfort and reward well-behaved deltoids with therapeutic stretches. CrossFit matchmakers introduce exercisers to the basics of CrossFit’s training methods during their 60-minute fitness assessments. If sparks fly, clients progress to the gym’s On-Ramp program, completing five personal-training sessions designed to calibrate sweat levels and acclimate uninitiated bodies to CrossFit methods of movement before joining group classes (not included in today’s Groupon). The CrossFit sessions use a wide range of equipment, including kettlebells, heavy training ropes, and plyometric boxes. The high-intensity, constantly varied patterns target intramuscular and subdermal fats to burn off fat, calories, and undigested sparklers. With safety always in mind, instructors push all body shapers to their physical potential during each training session. Trainers also bring the added support of diet and nutrition information to help bolster weight-loss goals and ambitions to sculpt biceps into the shape of Abraham Lincoln.
At XLR8 Athletix's two locations—Plymouth CrossFit and Hines Park CrossFit—coaches craft new workouts for each day that combine functional movements with varied, high-intensity exercises. That way, members experience a variety of training styles that might include weightlifting, gymnastics-inspired moves, pull-ups, or rowing sessions. The average session might even see them lifting kettlebells, climbing ropes, or flipping giant tires. Each exercise is easily tailored to the individual, allowing group classes to support members with varying athletic abilities. The coaches also offer personal training sessions that focus on individual fitness goals, from dropping pounds to somersaulting a marathon.