We offer different types or classes and programs. We don't list our membership prices because we build a membership around what your goals are. We are not like a normal cookie cutter gym. Everyone has different goals. So we require a face to face meeting to find out how we may best serve you.
Accountability & learning how to eat properly. Feel better, sleep better, look better "naked". Overall you learn to love yourself . We keep you accountable. A great beginner program or intro to getting and staying healthy.
CrossFit can be used to accomplish any goal, from improved health to weight loss to better performance. The program works for everyone—people who are just starting out and people who have trained for years.
Whether you are a competitive power lifter, recreational lifter or have never lifted a barbell, this class is for you! Barbell club is a club designed around the barbell and all of its movements. Most of them are centered around weightlifting and/or power-lifting.
While the regular programmed WODs can help you prepare to tackle things like half and full marathons or adventure races, you don’t have to be a runner to sign up to the endurance class. The class is a way for any CrossFitter to boost endurance and build explosive strength.
Our gym is large enough that we have memberships that allow Open Gym for those wanting that option. You can come in and do the programmed workout on your own or do something specific you would like to work on.
So let me explain why you can do CrossFit:
Every workout can be adjusted so every single person can do a version of that workout. This is true whether the person is under 5 or over 100. It’s true whether the person is fit or overweight. It’s true whether the person is healthy or sick. It’s true whether the person is right as rain or dealing with significant injuries.
CrossFit coaches tailor training for individuals by modifying workouts. Trainers might change the movements in the workout, or they might change its length. They might ask an athlete to lift more or less weight. They might ask an athlete to move faster or slower. This process is often referred to as “scaling.”
By adjusting workouts, trainers allow the fittest people and first-timers to train side by side—and both groups become healthier. The best part: The experienced athlete and the new person will bump fists at the end of the workout, each knowing the other just overcame a challenge.
Think of it like this: The medicine is the same, but the dose is different.
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