One Month of Unlimited Fitness Classes for One or Two People at Sol CrossFit (Up to 81% Off)

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Greg O. · 1 review
· May 11, 2018
Great place for newbies and regulars. All the staff is very helpful and friendly, and they encourage patrons to be the same. And, yes, it is definitely a good work out every time.

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Vernica D. · 1 review
· January 8, 2018
All the instructors are super nice and knowledgeable. It’s not your normal Crossfit fit place. I loved it so much I joined and it has been amazing.

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KellI C. · 1 review
· September 27, 2017
Best experience ever! Been life changing for me! The staff is awesome and it has really turned into a family. Not the mention the results after 4 weeks are incredibly awesome. I have finally found something that gets me up in the morning and gives me happiness and peace with working out. I'm going to keep a membership after my Groupon is up!!!

What You'll Get


Choose Between Two Options

  • $43 for one month of unlimited fitness classes for one ($169 value)
  • $65 for one month of unlimited fitness classes for two people ($338 value)

Cross-Fit instructors motivate small groups through workouts designed to build strength and condition the body. Yoga classes are also offered twice each week.

Plyometrics: Super-Swift Stretching

If your workout includes leaping in the air or other rapid movements, you may be doing plyometrics. Explore its benefits with Groupon’s introduction.

Touted by Esquire as “a few simple exercises that will change your life,” plyometrics works to boost coordination and agility through rapid, explosive movements. Participants bound and leap with simple props such as medicine balls and boxes, rapidly stretching and shortening their muscles. This improves sinews’ stretch reflex, making them faster rather than bulkier. According to Women’s Health, these moves can also help muscles quickly adapt to handle more challenging fitness workouts—one reason why the technique has long been a favorite among professional athletes.

Track-and-field coach Fred Wilt coined the term plyometrics in 1975, combining two Latin root words that loosely translate as “measurable increases.” Wilt observed that hugely successful Soviet athletes performed leaping and squatting exercises before their races, so he refined the program and introduced it to American athletes. By the end of his career, he had translated his new knowledge into a best-selling book, helping him earn a spot in the USA Track and Field Hall of Fame.

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant Standard Cancellation policy (not to exceed price of voucher.) Reservation required. Must sign waiver. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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