Pay R399 for a 4 week Crossfit training programming worth R1100 at Ballistix (save 64%)
- Save 64% on a 4 week Crossfit training program
- 4 weeks with a highly qualified personal trainer
- Get fit, happy and healthy
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
- Groupon redeemable for up to 6 months
- Groupon can't be shared
It often happens that a client gets frustrated with a gym trainer and knocks him out in pure frustration. That’s what makes Ballistix Fitness’ trainers so successful – they are way too rock-hard to knock down. Today’s deal will push you to your limits and you can expect times when you’ll attempt the knocking down thing, but after 4 weeks of intense training it’ll all be worth it. Get a 4 week Crossfit Training program for R399.
The first muscled leg of the deal is a 60 minute session called The Introduction to Crossfit Training Session where a personal trainer, well, introduces you to Crossfit Training. If all goes well you should be ready to face your first of 20 one hour Crossfit training sessions with a small group of fellow trainees. These sessions take place over the course of four weeks.
Whether you want to improve your health, build some muscle or catch the attention of one particular deep and beautiful eye, if it’s results you’re seeking look no further than Ballistix Training. Not only are they focussed on getting you fit, they also teach you an understanding of healthy living and fitness and tame the chocolate wanting to jump off the shelf, into the mouth and onto the hips.
The Crossfit program is a strength conditioning program based on functional movements performed at great intensities. Been there, done that, got the sweat on the t-shirt many would say. However, there’s a secret to this program and those who don’t sign up, will never know what it is. Just kidding. The secret is simple – by varying these intense movements, the body can’t get used to the exercise and adapt to it. Hence weight is lost, muscle is built and the world is a happier healthier place. The program boosts your endurance, strength, speed, stamina, power, balance, coordination, accuracy, agility and flexibility.
Fitness fact: The skipping rope was invented in 1652 when the old Duke of Marley found a hose pipe in the attic. When rats came charging at him from the corner, he started hitting them with the pipe while jumping up and down. Thinking it’s a game, his little girl joined in and together they jumped until they lost 2kg between the two of them.