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What You'll Get
Without gyms, people would resort to outdated fitness techniques such as swimming and pushing Model Ts up slight inclines. Celebrate contemporary fitness with today's Groupon: for $49, you get the introductory class, plus a Jump Start intro class, and one month of unlimited membership to CrossFit Saskatoon (a $328 value) on Lauriston Street.
CrossFit Saskatoon improves the physical fitness and well being of eager pupils through the CrossFit training method, which joins together a combination of movements such as pushing, lifting, and running with a variety of equipment, from free weights to a climbing wall. Unlike a standard gymsperience, members of CrossFit Saskatoon aren't abandoned in a sterile labyrinth of barbells, treadmills, and minotaurs, but receive personal coaching in a group environment guided by a knowledgeable trainer. Fostering a supportive group atmosphere is part of the CrossFit approach, which turns training into a sport by folding in motivational, game-like elements of camaraderie and competition, without the conniving influence of multi-million-dollar fitness agents. The principles of CrossFit are explained at length during the intro sessions, which give participants a chance to learn more about the program and experience an actual workout.
CrossFit Saskatoon's lofty, spacious studio hosts a variety of classes on weekdays in the early mornings, during lunch hours, after work, and in the fleeting moments between dreams and consciousness, as well as a couple classes on the weekend. Ample parking is also available. See the website, or contact CrossFit Saskatoon for more information and for class schedules.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 25, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. New customers only. Not valid with other offers. Check with a physician before starting exercise routine. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.